I have been on an Asian cuisine kick lately and decided to put a new spin on an old favourite of mine. And boy am I ever glad I did, because this Thai Butternut Squash Soup is to die for!
If you’re looking for an easy, yummy, quick dinner dish … look no further! This recipe is all of these things and so much more!
My husband and I were craving Chinese food in a big way, but neither one of us wanted to make the 45 minute trek to our nearest P.F. Chang’s, so off to Pinterest I went to track down a copycat recipe for their General Tso Chicken … and I struck gold!
Mmmm, Bonefish Grill. Have you ever been before? And if so, have you ever tried their Bang Bang Shrimp? They are lifechangingly good. Only problem? I live in Canada and we don’t have Bonefish Grill here. So when I had a craving for their famous shrimp, I had to get creative. And I’m SO happy to report that I no longer have to travel to the U.S.A. to get my fix, because I found the perfect copycat recipe!
One of the only great things about saying goodbye to Summer and saying hello to Fall / Winter … is SOUP! It’s so versatile and warms you up from the inside out. I eat soup all year long, but I enjoy it most when the weather is cold. I especially enjoy this Skinny Butternut Squash Soup, which is only
1 Weight Watchers Points Plus per bowl!
I am a sucker for a good deal, that’s why I couldn’t resist when I saw a giant bag of beets on-sale for $1.88 at my local grocery store. I had no idea what I was going to make with them, but I decided I couldn’t pass up the great price and bought them anyway.
I know I have already gone on record to say that I love Fall, but I feel the need to say it again. I LOVE FALL! I won’t list all of the reasons why again (if you really want to read them, you can find them here), but one of the main reasons is THE FOOD. Fall produces so many seasonal favourites and that means making mouthwatering masterpieces!