Once a villain among veggies, Brussels sprouts are now
enjoying a much-deserved moment of glory in households and restaurants all
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These cruciferous veggies are small but mighty — they pack ample
amounts of fiber, vitamins C and K, and antioxidants in each serving.
Skip boiling them and instead try roasting them or pairing them with complementary flavors, like the ones below.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Hazelnuts and Dates
Add rich hazelnuts, savory garlic and sweet dates to your roasted Brussels for an amazing flavor combo that packs a whole lot of nutrition. Get the recipe.
Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad
This simple but flavorful recipe shows off the cruciferous veggies in their best light. Get the recipe.
Bring on the superfoods! This dish marries traditional omelet ingredients like mushrooms and spinach with surprise additions like seaweed snacks and Brussels sprouts for a nutritious start to your day. Get the recipe.
Sweet and Savory Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Balsamic vinegar, ham and apple lend a tasty twist. Get the recipe.
Brussels Sprout Slaw With Apples and Pecans
This gorgeous dish is sweet, crunchy, nutty and tart, with a simple honey-lemon dressing and fresh parsley to top it off. Get the recipe.