This delicious side dish can be made dairy using milk and pareve using non-dairy creamer. Perfect to accompany a savory meal or on its own, it's a great way to get kids to eat their vegetables!

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Recipe Summary

prep:
15 mins
cook:
1 hr
total:
1 hr 15 mins
Servings:
6
Yield:
6 servings
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Ingredients

6
Original recipe yields 6 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified
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Directions

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  • Preheat an oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Lightly grease a 7x11-inch baking dish.

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  • Mix flour, sugar, egg, egg white, vegetable oil, milk, pumpkin pie spice, and vanilla extract in a large bowl. Gently stir in the thawed winter squash. Pour squash into the prepared baking dish. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until heated through, about 1 hour.

Nutrition Facts

202 calories; protein 3.2g 6% DV; carbohydrates 23.6g 8% DV; fat 10.6g 16% DV; cholesterol 33.4mg 11% DV; sodium 33.8mg 1% DV. Full Nutrition
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Most helpful positive review

Rating: 4 stars
11/25/2014
This is a great example of a different variety of kugel. Using flour as a binder is rather popular with more traditional Lithuanian recipes as are kugels made with broccoli and potatoes. Using a starchy vegetable matzoh meal and flour are all ways to skip using noodles in a kugel recipe. As for this one I've never seen or heard of a 7"x 11" baking dish so I used an 8"x8" dish made sure that I placed the baking dish on a sheet pan for extra insulation and baked it @ 350F. I used a can of pumpkin purée (not pumpkin pie filling!) as my squash and covered it for the first 30 minutes of baking. No problem! The kids loved it and they were all stoked to have 'pumpkin pie squares' to eat along with dinner. Read More
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Most helpful critical review

Rating: 1 stars
11/25/2014
The recipe looked great. Unfortunately I didn't have much luck. Maybe I didn't mix the flour/sugar/egg mixture enough? Read More
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  • 4 star values: 2
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  • 1 star values: 2
Rating: 1 stars
11/25/2014
The recipe looked great. Unfortunately I didn't have much luck. Maybe I didn't mix the flour/sugar/egg mixture enough? Read More
(7)
Rating: 1 stars
11/25/2014
Even after an hour of cooking it was mushy on ithe inside but threatening burning on the outside. Maybe a lower cooking temp would help this. Way too squashy for me and my husband. Read More
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Rating: 4 stars
11/25/2014
This is a great example of a different variety of kugel. Using flour as a binder is rather popular with more traditional Lithuanian recipes as are kugels made with broccoli and potatoes. Using a starchy vegetable matzoh meal and flour are all ways to skip using noodles in a kugel recipe. As for this one I've never seen or heard of a 7"x 11" baking dish so I used an 8"x8" dish made sure that I placed the baking dish on a sheet pan for extra insulation and baked it @ 350F. I used a can of pumpkin purée (not pumpkin pie filling!) as my squash and covered it for the first 30 minutes of baking. No problem! The kids loved it and they were all stoked to have 'pumpkin pie squares' to eat along with dinner. Read More
(1)
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