4 Ways to Enjoy Brussels Sprouts (No, Seriously!)

The folks that get it, get it, and the folks that don’t, don’t. Today we’re talking about delicious ways to prepare Brussels sprouts, and we know these delectable little green bulbs aren’t everyone’s favorite veggie, but we sure love them. Before we get to the recipes, let’s talk about a few of the many health benefits Brussels sprouts have to offer! 

  • Brussels sprouts are nutrient-rich, containing a lot of vitamin K which supports bone health, and vitamin C which helps with tissue repair and immune function, plus brussel sprouts have a ton of fiber and we all know what fiber aids in. 
  • Brussels sprouts have also been proven to decrease inflammation. 
  • The fiber and antioxidants in brussel sprouts have been shown to keep your blood sugar levels where they need to be. 
  • Brussels sprouts are what we call a heart-healthy food. 

Okay, okay, on to the good stuff! We know that there are some big benefits when it comes to Brussels sprouts, but if you’re like us, you don’t just want steamed Brussels sprouts all the time. We’re here to save the day (or dinner at least) with a few of our favorite ways to prepare Brussels sprouts! 

Honey Sriracha Brussels Sprouts

We love anything honey sriracha if we’re being honest, and Brussels sprouts are no exception to that. This recipe combines the crunch of a brussels sprout with a sweet and spicy glaze. And the best part? They’re way easy to make! Hello, new weeknight veggie sidedish. Get the recipe here

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Sweet and Spicy Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

Oh come on, you know everything is better with bacon on it. Brussels sprouts included. This recipe is a sheet pan recipe, a personal favorite of ours because it makes for way less clean-up. And as an added bonus this recipe requires about fifteen minutes of prep and twenty-five minutes in the oven. Delicious, easy to clean up, and fast? Count us in. Get the recipe here

Garlic Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts 

Here’s another easy sheet pan recipe for ya, you’ll simply toss Brussels sprouts in a mix of parmesan, herbs, salt, and pepper, then spread them onto your cookie sheet and stick them in the oven. If you like a little spice, we love the addition of a few red pepper flakes! Get the full recipe here

Balsamic Maple Pecan Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Here’s a delish recipe for all of you air-fryers out there! While this may sound like a fancy recipe, these Brussels sprouts are ready in about twenty minutes and only call for a handful of ingredients! These are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Get the recipe here!

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