Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup

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This rich, delicate, smooth, and silky yet not too heavy Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup with a delicious, aromatic, and spicy topping. Perfect on a cold winter day!

Hello, everyone! Is it getting cold in your area? You’ve got to eat some hot soup. Better pumpkin or squash soup. Even better this Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup as it’s hearty, earthy, and irresistibly delicious. I would say, it’s a perfect fix when you’re a little down because of all this coldness and darkness.

This soup is packed with the textures and fall flavours: so earthy and cozy. I intentionally opted for a mild in flavour soup (Just the natural sweetness of the vegetables plus herbs) and a spicy and aromatic topping. This topping consists of smoky prosciutto, pumpkin seeds, chilly flakes, thyme, and sage – all browned in a healthy amount of butter. I can tell you: this topping is an excellent material for your salad, savoury breakfast, or even for snacking! Very addictive, too. Just avoid making it way too in advance or you can end up eating the soup without any topping.

Lastly, a little of parmesan (Or any other hard cheese) to finish the presentation because why not. It never hurts to utilize some cheese, right?

I actually didn’t realize that a very similar recipe already exists on my blog (Those things happen especially if you’ve been running the blog for a while, and you have posted hundreds of recipes.) So, I decided due to some little differences, it’s okay to have both recipes posted.

I hope you’re enjoying different soups (Or about to start) these days, and I hope you like this
Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup too.

Cheers for now!

7 thoughts on “Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup

  1. Laura says:

    This recipe looks excellent, Ben! I love sweet potatoes and love butternut squash, crazy I haven’t combined them! And with prosciutto and parmesan? Yes, please, I’ll likely have two bowls!

  2. Neil says:

    Oh yes this is a soup I love Ben! One I’ve made frequently before. But with your version there’s fresh thyme and fresh sage in it so I’ll need to add those twists next time I do mine. Thanks for this excellent winter soup recipe. Definitely needed here as its colder now!!
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  3. Katherine | Love In My Oven says:

    Beautiful photos, Ben. They make me feel cozy just looking at them! You might already know I’m a big fan of crispy prosciutto! We have some warmer weather these days but I just know winter is right around the corner. I”ll need a bowl of this orange soup!

  4. David @ Spiced says:

    Haha! I’ve totally been there with the recipes, Ben. I made something the other day and Laura was like, “Haven’t you made this before?” I had to go back and search my archives because I literally couldn’t remember! I’m ok with a double of this soup, though. This sounds delicious with the crispy prosciutto on top. It’s getting chilly here, and a nice bowl of this soup would be much appreciated! Also, these are some of the best pictures you’ve ever taken I think. Well done!
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