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It really doesn’t matter what time of year it is; I always enjoy a steaming hot bowl of souped simmered in the slow cooker all day. Seriously, it could be 90 degrees outside, and I can be found sipping on soup. I’m weird. But hey, at least I’m fed well and so is my family 🙂
You’re going to want to give this butternut squash soup a shot. It’s like sipping on the essence of Thanksgiving dinner. I think this soup tastes a lot like warm, sweet potato casserole. There are hints of nutmeg in this soup that give it a nostalgic flair. You’re going to want to try this the next time you get your Crock Pot out.
Recipe courtesy of Skinny Taste.
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Quick Tip: Top individual bowls with a sprinkle of cinnamon for an additional kick of flavor.