Butternut Squash and Wild Rice Enchiladas

Posted By Robin Gleason on Oct 3, 2018 | 0 comments


Butternut Squash and Wild Rice Enchiladas

These Butternut Squash Wild Rice Enchiladas make for an awesome meatless meal and are filled with veggies, rice and plenty of cheese!

A top view of a pan of butternut squash and wild rice enchiladas.A thank you to Erin from The Almond Eater for creating and sharing this delicious plant-based recipe with us!

Easy Enchiladas for Meatless Mondays!

Tacos are my favorite food, which means that enchiladas are a close second. What’s not to love?! Taco shells filled with butternut squash and a wild rice blend and topped with enchilada sauce and cheese. YUM! It’s meat-free, so perfect for Meatless Mondays, but still super filling. I figured since my tofu enchiladas are such a big hit, it was about time to create another flavorful enchilada recipe.

But these wild rice enchiladas are extra special because they’re made with a new-to-me brand of rice called Floating Leaf. Floating Leaf’s Prairie Blends are a mix of rice, quinoa and/or legumes and are a nutritious way to add whole grains into a meal. Sprinkling cilantro on top of a pan of butternut and rice enchiladas.For this recipe, I opted to use one of their Prairie Blends—the split pea and quinoa sprouted brown rice—which is a mixture of brown rice, wild rice, split peas, quinoa, and millet. So basically, all the goods! The Prairie Blends are gluten free and an awesome way to add more protein to your diet.

A Healthy Vegetarian Enchilada Recipe

For this recipe, I opted to use the Sprouted Brown Rice, Split Pea, and Quinoa Prairie Blend, which is a mixture of brown rice, wild rice, split peas, quinoa, and millet. So basically, all the goods! The Prairie Blends are gluten free and an awesome way to add more protein to your diet.

A close up top view of the butternut enchiladas.These wild rice enchiladas are not only filled with rice, but also with butternut squash, black beans, tomatoes, onion, and cheese of course. You’ll cook the rice and butternut squash–the rice in a saucepan and the squash in a skillet–then add them to your taco shells. While those are cooking, you’ll chop up the onion and tomatoes (or, feel free to use canned tomatoes!), and combine the onion, tomatoes and black beans into a bowl. Then, you bake the enchiladas for 15 minutes or so or until the sauce is bubbly and the cheese has melted. Don’t forget the avocado! You gotta add the avocado on top for healthy fats and extra flavor.

If you make this recipe, be sure to share it with us by tagging @FloatingLeafFoods and @TheAlmondEater on IG!

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A pan of enchiladas, with a plate with 1 enchilada next to it.This recipe uses Floating Leaf’s Prairie Blends. We recommend using either the Sprouted Brown Rice, Split Pea and Quinoa, or the Sprouted Crimson Lentils, Wild Rice and Quinoa in this dish. An image showing the 3 Floating Leaf Prairie Blend products.

Our products are available online, and also at the following grocers. Be sure to check out our wild rice, our grain and legume blends, and our gluten free rice pasta and pancake mixes!

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two images showing butternut squash and wild rice enchiladas.

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