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More On Butternut Squash Pizza

As I mentioned in Wednesday posting, I’m pretty obsessed with butternut squash and have been making butternut squash pies at home. But I recently came across a butternut squash pizza recipe that looks mind blowing. It’s not from some renowned food blog either. It’s from the Broward/Palm Beach New Times website. And apparently if you follow the instructions well, your pie will look like this:

The pie contains sun dried tomatoes and goat cheese — two ingredients I have yet to use on my butternut squash pies. There’s also onions, mozzerella, and a whole lot of other delicious toppings. You can check out the recipe here: Putting Your Pizza Stone to Work: Whole Wheat Butternut Squash Pizza

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