apple butternut squash soupIn the Fall I love anything with an orange hue..

Indian Summer in Upstate New York

One time in Fall, my family and I drove up along the Hudson River in New York State, and ended up in Cold Spring, New York. Upstate New York is so beautiful to explore, especially in Fall, with all the colors of the leaves changing during Indian Summer.

That time when I ordered an amazing apple butternut squash soup

In Cold Spring, we went to dinner at this lovely Inn overlooking the river named Hudson House. I would recommend this cute restaurant with good food and nice people serving you. I ordered the Soup of the Day, which was a butternut Squash soup with roasted apples. It sounded like an interesting combination, but the flavor was so amazing I was adamant to make a soup like that myself at home! So here is my recipe for an apple butternut squash soup. It is vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and AIP friendly too!

butternut squash

About this recipe

  1. It is AIP friendly (Autoimmune Protocol Diet Proof) because it does not contain any ingredients that are eliminated on this diet. Cloves are AIP compliant.
  2. It is vegan because it does not contain any ingredients derived from animals
  3. It is gluten-free as it does not contain any gluten.

Butternut Squash soup 1Love, Lonneke

apple butternut squash soup
A delicious light soup with a bit of tart and sweetness to it.
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Cuisine: American
Recipe type: soup
Serves: 4
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Ingredients
  • 1 butternut squash without skin and cut into cubes.
  • 2 green apples without skin and cut in slices.
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • pinch of ground cloves
  • pinch of cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Spread 1 tbsp of honey over the apple slices and put on a baking tray
  2. Roast apples until soft on 350F
  3. Cook the butternut squash and drain
  4. Put butternut squash and apples in blender and blend until a smooth soft texture.
  5. Add the ground cloves and cinnamon
  6. Heat the soup and mix well.
  7. Pour into cups and serve.
Notes
This soup is great as a starter, but also nice as a snack or to have it for breakfast. I love the smooth texture and taste! Kids will love it too.