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Oh um hi, I’m Tieghan and I’ve taken loving fall to a whole new level.

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No Seriously, I think I have an issue. I just realized that all of my recipe ideas for the next two months are SO fall-like that you guys might actually start to get annoyed with me. AND I have so many recipes I want to share with you that I wish I could post like two times a day. I mean, I would if I could, but I’m already a crazy person as it is, so adding more posts to my schedule really isn’t too realistic.

Everything I have in mind for upcoming posts is either squash, pumpkin, apples, figs, pomegranate, brussels sprouts, stews, soups, PASTA 🙂 sweet potatoes….and well chocolate…of course.

Everything is roasted, braised, charred, fried or mashed.

It’s amazing. I love fall! Ahh, wait… it snowed this weekend…wait, what? I thought it was only October…no snow…please!

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Ok, so it only snowed on the mountain tops, but really I am not ready for that. I want my orange/yellow leaves to stay on the trees!!


Not talking about snow though, talking about butternut squash and goat cheese ravioli!

Oh but wait, I feel like I need to tell you a little about my weekend first. It was spent mostly trying to get work done while Asher and her friends ran around my small little house. Then I freaked when I walked into the pantry and saw all three of them on the very top shelf playing. OMG. Like what?!? I mean, it may be ok if it had just been Asher up there, but I was like responsible for two little girls and what if they fell?!?


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FYI, little girls need to be watched like hawks. Apparently they do things like crawl up on top shelves of pantries and play tea party…and then they destroy the rest of your house leaving it looking worse than after a full day of cooking. Basically what I’m trying to say is that little girls are terrors.

OK and I am so not having kids for quite some time (obviously – think I need the guy first!). Personally, I like my quietness…my cleanliness…and my sanity. Just sayin.

And that was my weekend in a nutshell. I also finally got Asher to watch Harry Potter. So far we’ve only gotten through the Sorcerer’s Stone since she needed to watch it twice to fully understand. Ahhh!! She’s gonna be a Harry Potter obsessed little girl soon though. So pumped!!

OH, OH! She was even is using a chopstick as a wand. I could not be more proud. Happy, proud sister. 🙂

Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Ravioli with Browned Butter + Oregano Bread Crumbs (VIDEO) | @hbharvest

Soo this ravioli! I am equally excited about this ravioli as I am about my little Harry Potter situation.

This is my favorite ravioli. I make a version of it every year, but this year’s version is stealing the show. The goat cheese mixed with the roasted butternut squash and all stuffed into a pocket of homemade pasta dough is pure heaven. The torn sourdough oregano bread crumbs are like the icing on the cake, and of course, the browned butter just seals the deal. It’s the ultimate cozy autumn night meal.

Perfect to serve for company, make in advance and freeze, or simply to eat all by yourself!

I also paired the ravioli with fresh figs because I’m slightly obsessed. Figs are my favorite this year. Ok and so is that drunken goat cheese that I just discovered my regular grocery store sells too. YES. <–Dreams coming true. Now if only I could find good fresh figs more easily. Ugh.

Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Ravioli with Browned Butter + Oregano Bread Crumbs (VIDEO) | @hbharvest

Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Ravioli with Browned Butter + Oregano Bread Crumbs (VIDEO) | @hbharvest

The fun part though!?!?

Before he left for school, my brother and I made you all a kind of LONG, but pretty fun, and hopefully informative video on just how to make these ravioli. It’s nowhere near a perfect video, but slowly and surely we are learning!! I actually have a handful of videos coming up this month, so be on the lookout for them, and please, please, please let me know your thoughts in the comments!

Beware though, it is long (sorry)…but please try to give it a shot…it’s fun! 🙂

Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Ravioli with Browned Butter + Oregano Bread Crumbs.

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings: 6 Servings
Calories Per Serving: 825 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.


Butternut Squash Ravioli

  • 1 medium butternut squash peeled, seeded + cubed (about 4 cups)
  • 1 tablespoon olive
  • salt + pepper to taste
  • 5 ounces drunken goat cheese or fresh goat cheese crumbled*
  • 2 ounces gorgonzola cheese crumbled*
  • 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 pound fresh pasta dough
  • 12-16 fresh figs sliced

Browned Butter Oregano Bread Crumbs

  • 3 cups day old sourdough bread finely torn or pulsed to chunky crumbs in a food processor
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon fresh chopped oregano
  • salt + pepper toast
  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1/2 cup fresh oregano
  • 2 ounces prosciutto finely diced


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Peel the squash and cut into cubes and placing them on a baking sheet. Coat them with olive oil, salt & pepper. Roast the squash at 400 degrees for 45 minutes until tender. Allow to cool for 15 minutes or so.
  • Transfer the squash to a food processor and add the goat cheese, parmesan cheese, egg and nutmeg. Puree until smooth. Taste and season with salt and pepper.
  • Roll your pasta dough into lasagna sheets. I like to roll my pasta to the 5th setting, but all pasta machines vary. Heavily flour your ravioli mold or counter. Seriously, do not be afraid of the flour. Flour is your friend and without it your ravioli will stick to the mold (or your counter)!
  • Lay one sheet of pasta on the mold, making sure the entire mold is covered. Now, if you have one, grab an egg and fit it into each well. This helps form a space for the filling to go. Remove the egg, now take a tablespoon of the butternut squash filling and place it into each well. Spritz the pasta sheet with a little water or use your fingers and dab some water along all of the ravioli edges. Lay the second sheet on top and run a rolling pin over to seal. Turn the mold over to release the ravioli. They will not be fully separated. Use a pizza cutter or sharp knife to cut them fully apart. Lay the ravioli on a parchment lined baking sheet and continue making ravioli until you've used all the cheese filling. Make sure to cover the ravioli with a damp towel as you work. At this point you can freeze the ravioli for later if desired, or continue on with the recipe.

Browned Butter Oregano Bread Crumbs

  • Heat a large skillet over medium heat and add the olive oil. Once hot, add the bread crumbs, oregano, salt + pepper and cook, stirring for 4-5 minutes or until toasted and golden. Remove the bread crumbs from the pan to a plate.
  • Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil.
  • Place the butter, remaining 1/2 cup oregano leaves and prosciutto in the skillet and cook over medium heat until the butter is browned and the prosciutto crisp. Remove from the heat.
  • Boil the ravioli for 1-2 minutes or until they float. Carefully remove the ravioli from the water and gently stir the ravioli into the butter sauce. Divide the ravioli among plates and top with the breadcrumbs and figs. Serve immediately with goat cheese. Enjoy!


*If you do not like goat or gorgonzola cheese, you may use 7 ounces of your favorite cheese. Brie, cheddar, mozzarella and gouda would all be great! **If you do not have a ravioli mold, just make free formed ravioli like shown here.
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Aren’t these pretty? Like perfect little pillows of cheesy, butternut squash goodness. YUM.

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  1. I just discovered your site. My god, it’s the best thing ever! Look at all those gorgeous recipes

  2. I am planning to make this soon, but wondering if it is 1 cup of butternut squash, or how much? Looks like a lot more in the video and wasn’t sure because it says 1 cups and about 4 in brackets. Can’t wait to try this recipe – looks amazing! Thanks!

    1. Hey Angie! I am so sorry for the confusion. You 1 medium butternut squash, which is about 4 cups of cubed squash. The recipe has been fixed. Let me know if you have any other questions. Hope you love this dish! 🙂

  3. It’s a bit of work, but SO worth it. The flavors are incredible. Thank you for sharing this recipe. It’s a keeper.

  4. Hi!! This looked delicious and I was so excited to make it but I’m wondering if the 3 cups of breadcrumbs should have been 3 Tbs instead?? I made it with 3 cups but it did not have a sauce as all the brown butter was soaked up by the breadcrumbs. Great flavors but something needed to be tweaked so that it actually has a sauce I think.

    1. Hey Shannon! You are actually supposed to only be topping the ravioli with the breadcrumbs and not stirring them into the sauce. Does that make sense? This way you can choose how much or how little breadcrumbs you’d like to use. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you so much! 🙂

  5. I am always so inspired by your recipes and photography.. now you’ve inspired me with your video! keep the awesomeness coming!

  6. I know it’s summer and this is more like a fall recipe but I just cooked it for dinner. It was soooo fancy and delicious!! I had never eaten fresh figs before and I really wanted to try it. What a wonderful discovery. I used the wonton wrappers and it went great. It was a bit long to make, but it was so worth it!!

  7. It is funny seeing this recipe everywhere on the web, it came out in a few restaurants now everyone is claiming it as theirs on blogs. LOL. It is a well done recipe similar to the one we have made at our establishment.

  8. Hi Tieghan!!! I made the ravioli recipe for my family tonight. I am in high school (haha probs one of your younger viewers) and I just love your blog.
    This ravioli is my favorite recipe of yours yet and I’m not going to lie I have made quite a few of your recipes. The combo of butternut squash and the variety of cheeses was the prefect combo. Loved the breadcrumbs on top (more carbs haha the best of course) and the prosciutto oregano sauce was spot on.
    The fam was all in agreement and loved in too!
    So glad it all worked out! I don’t own the kitchen aid pasta attachment so I used a handy dandy rolling pin and some mini muffin pans. They might not have looked as pretty as yours but the flavor was still all there!
    Thanks for all the great recipes and keep them coming!

    1. Awe!! kristen! Thank you! Your comment just made my night!! 🙂

      PS go you for hand rolling, that takes some serious effort!!!

  9. your video is gone 🙁 I bought all the ingredients/ and just received the kitchen aid pasta attachment as a gift. Please lmk when the video is available again~ Thank YOu

  10. I have just stumbled across your blog Tieghan & it has been so much fun to get to know a little bit about you & see all that you are doing! Love the Barn, & the recipes look amazing! I’m looking forward to getting in to my new Kitchen (also have been living through a building project 2+ years!! Getting water in the kitchen soon!!) & make some of these. I also, love the dishes that you use in your posts! Can you tell me where you got the dishes/Bowl you are using with this Ravioli recipe?

  11. Oh my god this looks so delicious and the video makes it look so easy .. the video is so good please film more recipes because it shows all the steps and it makes cocking so easy.

  12. Love the video! This meal looks absolutely delicious. I’m thinking about investing in the Kitchen Aid pasta maker. I don’t make a lot of pasta from scratch but this looks too good to pass up!

  13. You are too cute Tieghan and I admire you for achieving so much so young! You are very talented and there will be many more exciting things coming your way, I don’t doubt your success. 🙂