How to Make Butternut Squash Toast

A simple cooking and baking substitution chart to help your family stay healthy

We’ve had an overwhelming positive response to our Butternut Squash Toast as a healthy substitute to bread, that we decided to put together a whole list of easy ways to make your favorite recipes healthier and lighter, while being just as delicious.

These healthy food swaps mean that you can still eat the foods you love just by making a few simple adjustments, including substitutions for bread and pasta, oil and ice cream, eggs, butter, white flour, sugar and mayo.

Keeping your family eating clean can be as simple as subbing this for that – here are 35 ways to make your cooking or baking healthier:

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And don’t forget to check out our popular low-carb, gluten-free, vegan substitute for bread: Butternut Squash Toast (it’s so easy and delicious…and made in your toaster!)



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  2. Love the graphic with all of the suggestions here! Making healthy swaps was such a game changer for me with weight loss and just feeling better.

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