Debunking the Hatred of Brussels Sprouts

By Alyson Weber

Many people seem to have an extreme hatred for brussels sprouts. My theory is that most people haven’t tried well-made brussels sprouts. They’ve only eaten plain boiled brussels sprouts, which is truly an offense to this glorious vegetable. Re-evaluate your opinion on brussels sprouts by trying out any of these five recipes. Whether you’re a fan of pasta, chips, or bacon-ranch flavored food, these brussels sprout-filled recipes have got you covered!

Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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Crispy, Flavorful, YUM.

 

Sausage Brussels Sprout and Parmesan Pasta

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A pasta dish that’s not only flavorful and unique, but can be made in 20 minutes – sign me up.

 

Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Apples and Walnuts

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No-shave November is coming to an end, which means it’s time to start shaving some brussels sprouts into an interesting take on a Waldorf Salad!

 

Brussels Sprout Chips

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Kale chips are so last year. Have a go at making another kind of veggie chip: guaranteed to fulfill all your salty & crunchy snack cravings.

 

Bacon Ranch Brussels Sprouts

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And now for the grand finale! There’s nothing more glorious than the sound of bacon, ranch, and parmesan cheese put together into a recipe. If you had any reservations abut brussels sprouts before, this recipe should change that in an instant.

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