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This was a super good recipe! I didn't use frozen squash I roasted a whole butternut in the oven and used that instead. I used whole milk instead of non-dairy creamer because non-dairy creamer just freaks me out...I wonder if it's really a food or something concocted in a lab somewhere. I also swapped brown sugar for the white sugar. Other than that the recipe remained the same and I and my other dinner party guests loved this recipe. Thanks for submitting it!
This was very good; I made a few alterations using my MIL's traditional recipe. I used 2% instead of the creamer and added an extra 1/4c (3/4c total). I also added 1tsp. vanilla and 6oz No Yolk egg noodles. A nice breakfast dish and a sneaky wayto get in more veggies.
This was delicious! I made this for Passover substituting 1/2c potato starch for the flour. I also used a whole butternut squash that I had laying around. It was a big hit at dinner and this will be a staple for every big holiday meal!
oh my gosh -- SO easy SO delicious. I had a full crew (12) for thanksgiving dinner this past weekend and they were raving about it. What a fantastic dish!:) Just to add that "canadien" flare I added a sprinkling of maple syrup flakes on the top.