• news
  • blogs
  • newsletters

Whitsons Culinary Group...

  Whitsons Culinary Group Partners with inTEAM, Inc and...Read More

Farm to School Promotes...

The month of October brings to mind thoughts of crisp fall...Read More

Whitsons Nominated for...

  Whitsons Culinary Group has been nominated by “The...Read More

Newsletter Subscription

Your E-mail*
Your Name*

Whitsons Community Blog Forum!

Welcome to Whitsons’ community blog forum! We believe it is important to get involved with our team members, clients, and customers, as well as create a space for information exchange, interesting perspectives, and interactive communications.

Here, you will find professionals from all around the company sharing their experiences and knowledge on a range of topics, from industry-specific trends and recipes to health and nutrition and team motivation.
Feel free to subscribe to this page (see button top right-hand corner) to be notified of the latest postings. If you like something you read, go ahead and share with your friends on Facebook, tweet it or send the link as an email.

We look forward to hearing your feedback, and to share about everything we stand for: People, Food, and Communications. Enjoy!!

Butternut Squash Smoothie

Posted by Fooditude
Fooditude is a way of thinking…a way of acting. Fooditude emphasizes the importance of food, and your attitude...
User is currently offline
on Wednesday, 03 January 2018 in Recipes

Butternut Squash SmoothieSquash is a nutrient-rich vegetable that can make an excellent addition to your smoothie.  Squash contains vitamins A, which is important for vision and immune system support. Squash also contains vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant. A one-cup serving of winter squash provides about half of the daily requirement of vitamin C and 4.5 times the daily requirement of vitamin A.


Try our delicious smoothie and enjoy the delicious taste and the nutritional benefits of Butternut Squash.










Yield 3.5 cups (2 glasses)


1 ½ cups almond milk

1 ¼ cup canned pureed squash

2-3 dates

1 tablespoon honey

½ teaspoon cinnamon

¼ teaspoon ground ginger

1/8 teaspoon nutmeg

¼ teaspoon pure vanilla extract

1 cup ice cubes



Add all ingredients into a blender and blend on high until liquefied. Pour into chilled glass and enjoy!


For more delicious recipes and nutrition information, sign up for our blogs.


Rate this blog entry
1 vote
Fooditude is a way of thinking…a way of acting. Fooditude emphasizes the importance of food, and your attitude about food, in achieving your goals. Healthy meal choices make a big impact on students’ ability to perform their best, both academically and physically. A positive and healthy fooditude helps students be the best they can be!


No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment

Leave your comment

Guest Thursday, 18 January 2018