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Creamy Squash Soup

Creamy Squash Soup recipe
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Butternut squash and carrots get blender-tender after a simmer in broth. After blending, they cook some more—with seasonings. Result? Best. Soup. Ever.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1-1/4 cups each
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posted:
1/12/2010
The first time I tasted it it was OK, but as soon as I added a dollop of sour cream, it seemed to change the whole context of the soup. The second time it was very good.
posted:
3/15/2009
Yummy! But I don't see the point of the carrots, you can't really taste them.
posted:
10/10/2008
I have prepared this for two seasons now for my mother who has diabetes. It freezes wonderully and tastes great (if you are squash lover!)
posted:
6/7/2008
I loved this recipe and its minimal, healthy ingredient list. I make it once a month!
posted:
7/25/2007
Prep time was definitely more than 10 minutes! I added a little more water and used light (not fat free) sour cream. Soup is very, very good and is also good chilled. It is also very pretty so would be great for company!
posted:
2/18/2007
I added a lump of butter and skim milk when reheating as it thickened up after making. Good choice calorie wise at 150 cal per serveng. Also used fat-free sour cream to cut calories. Freezes well. Will definately make again.
posted:
1/14/2007
We love soups & salads....this one is very rich and soulful & so much easier than my own
posted:
10/1/2006
All in all, it's a pretty healthy fare. It was a little on the bland side the first time around, but you can always improvise and experiment with other ingredients such as half-and-half or sugar. Since it can be a hassle to set up the food processor, I used a hand mixer and puree the tender vegetables right in the stock pot.
posted:
7/11/2006
I've made this soup several times each time experimenting with a variety of herbs. I used less pepper and added a sweet potato if the soup need thickening.
posted:
2/19/2006
The recipe called for too much pepper. I still ate it but my fiance couldn't get the stuff down. I think the soup was just a little too unique for our taste.
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