Sweet kabocha squash, the one that looks like a green pumpkin and is deep orange once you cut into it, is perfectly paired with a little onion and quinoa all boiled together. A pinch of sea salt to bring out the sweet flavors more fully and a drizzle of flax oil or some earth balance in the bowl when your done. It's creamy, rich and perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Make a lot and you can add some flour, an egg, and fry up as pancakes the next day (or next meal), with a little side salad.
Better for your waistline than ice cream, this is comfort food you can eat a lot of.