My kids love these squash muffins. They taste a bit like carrot cake, as the two vegetables are very similar – I've simply swapped carrots for squash. Both of them are wonderful carriers of flavours like cinnamon, cloves and vanilla. The skin of a butternut squash goes deliciously chewy and soft when cooked, so there's no need to peel it off. Give these little cakes a go – they're a perfect naughty-but-nice treat. And a great way of getting your kids to eat squash!
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 422kcal
- Carbs 52.6g
- Sugar 33.8g
- Fat 19.3g
- Saturates 4.2g
- Protein 5.7g
This recipe is from:
Jamie at Home
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