The Best Brussels Sprouts

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I can’t believe I’m even calling brussels sprouts amazing… up until a few months ago you would never get me near one of these! But then I went to a nice restaurant & ordered their gourmet mac & cheese, to my surprise it had brussels sprouts in it… & I loved them. I thought that I had to try making them with my own flair because maybe it was just the cheese the that made them taste good?

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Brussels-Sprouts-Recipe

I’ve been making these the same way once or twice a week for a month now, just call me crazy but you have to try them my way even if you don’t like brussels sprouts, I’ll make you love them!

The Best Brussels Sprouts
 
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Ingredients
  • 3 cups brussels sprouts, halved
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon garlic salt
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • ¼ cup seasoned bread crumbs
Instructions
  1. Add brussels sprouts, black pepper, garlic salt & 1 tablespoon of olive oil to a skillet.
  2. Cook over a low heat allowing the brussels sprouts to brown on each side before flipping them.
  3. After about 10 minutes add 1 more tablespoon of olive oil & seasoned bread crumbs.
  4. Cook for another 10 minutes, flipping occasionally.
  5. The edges should be browned.
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  • Adam

    Yum! I can’t wait to make this!!!

  • Yum! I love brussel sprouts and this way sounds delic. I like them in the overn as well.

  • karen

    These look delicious! You may have just changed my opinion about brussel sprouts…

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  • susanne

    Found these today and will try making them right away!

    • Enjoy Susanne, aren’t brussels sprouts the best?!

    • Enjoy Susanne!

  • Jen

    I made these tonight and they are incredible! Thank you for sharing this recipe.

    • Glad you enjoyed them Jen! Brussels sprouts rock : )

    • Glad you enjoyed them Jen! Thanks for the feedback!

  • Sarah

    I’m a friend of Adam and Tess and stumbled across this randomly on Pinterest… so good! Your blog is fantastic!

    • Hi Sarah! I guess sometimes it’s a small world : ) Thanks for stopping by!

  • Allie

    Making these tonight!!! Verdict will be out after consuming these Brussels! Just became a fan of this veggie so was excited to find this easy recipe!

    • Enjoy Allie and welcome to the brussels sprouts fan club : )

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  • Katie

    I absolutely LOVED this recipe. I followed it exactly and they came out excellent. My husband, however, is slightly veggie-phobic and he’s a cheese-aholic. So I added a few dashes of Parmesan cheese and seriously– they were so great. I’m not a huge parm cheese fan, but it made such a difference that I felt compelled to comment. Thanks for the recipe!!! You made my husband eat (and ENJOY eating) brussel sprouts, which says a lot. 🙂

    • Thanks for giving them a try Katie and not giving up on your husband ; ) I was not a brussels sprouts lover until a couple of years ago. I can imagine they would be great with parmesan cheese so I might have to try that next time!

  • Lindsay

    Anybody know how many servings this is?

  • Cindie

    I’d love to try brussel sprouts (weird, huh?) but they’re a little pricey. Can frozen sprouts be successfully substituted?

    • Hi Cindie, I assume that the frozen brussels sprouts would probably taste just as good. But I don’t know if the texture would be the same. I say go for it and give it a try though!

    • Heather

      I just made these with a bag of frozen sprouts, I microwaved them for 3 min just to soften them so I could cut them up easily. I used coconut oil instead of olive oil and Parmesan cheese instead of bread crumbs and they did get nice and crispy.

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  • JoJo

    I just tried these tonight and yeah, this recipe is a total keeper. GET IN MAH BELLEH!!!!!

    • Good! I’m so glad to hear it : ) Thanks for trying them JoJo.

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  • Keeley

    Looks yummy! Any idea how many calories there are in this recipe?? Thanks!

    • Regan

      Keeley, I saved this recipe into MyFitnessPal and it matched all of the ingredients. it is 189 calories per serving with 4 servings in this recipe. 100 of the calories are from the bread crumbs so I may try cutting that in half and seeing if that is enough for it to still be delightful. Additionally, a lot of the calories are from the olive oil, but since that is a healthy fat, that doesn’t really concern me 🙂 Hope this helps!

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  • Stacie

    I found thrm to be a bit salty. I think next time I’ll use plain bread crumbs, I also cooked them in coconut oil and cut them in half.

  • Ulli

    I’m like you…used to absolutely hate them with a passion, goes all the way back to my childhood. dared to take small bite when we went to dinner one night and I can’t believe I’m saying this, but they were actually really good, not bitter at all. with that being said, this recipe sounds delicious and I will try it for sure.

  • macisme

    Any idea for a Vegan meal using the Best Brussel Sprout recipe?

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  • ali301

    These were very salty. Cut it down to 1/2 tsp and make sure your seasoned breadcrumbs don’t have additional salt.

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