Zucchini pasta with butternut squash and mushrooms


I though I share my favourite zucchini pasta recipe with you all today. Zucchini pasta (or zucchini noodles) is simply zucchini spiralized in a way that resemble pasta. Zucchini pasta is a good way to enjoy the feeling of eating pasta without loading up on calories. I prepare zucchini pasta as much the same way as I would with regular pasta, and top it with pesto or tomato sauce and fresh vegetables. I tend to prepare the zucchini pasta differently depending on the season. Since it’s summer right now, I usually prefer to eat the zucchini noodles raw. In the winter, when I crave hot food, I tend to boil them in water for a few minutes. This zucchini pasta with butternut squash and mushrooms is both a naturally gluten-free and vegan option and it’s so delicious!!


Serves  approximately 4

4 zucchinis

1 butternut squash

250 gram mushrooms

250 gram cheery tomatoes

¾ cup chickpeas ( precooked).

pesto ( green or red whatever you prefer).

olive oil




1) Preheat the oven to 190 degrees.

2) Spiralize your zucchini using your machines instructions. Place the pasta a large bowl.

3) Peel and cut the butternut squash in pieces. Place the butternut squash on a tray and drizzle with olive oil and salt.

4) Cook until the butternut squash is tender and lightly browned ( for about 35-40 minutes).

3) Chop the mushrooms. Heat a few tablespoons of oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add the mushrooms and cook to golden.

4) Mix the zucchini pasta with pesto and blend the chickpeas, tomatoes, butternut squash and mushrooms.

I hope you like it


17 thoughts on “Zucchini pasta with butternut squash and mushrooms

  1. This would probably be a good recipe to use my yellow summer squash with. We only had 1 zuccini plant. Our butternuts are doing well. We should have several by the end of the season. I hope I still have the yellow squash left when the butternuts are ready. 🙂

    THank you for liking my post “It’s hip to be a square!” on OUR RETIRED LIFE.


  2. Looks awesome! My wife had to go vegan for health reasons and it’s difficult to find food for her and 4 nons, myself included. I’m going to try this, I have a pesto recipe but it’s pretty tame….any thoughts?


    1. Thank you so much!! There are plenty of plantbased blogs out there, some of my favourite bloggers are my new roots and green kitchen stories. I really like pesto with basil, garlic, olive oil and pin nuts 🙂


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