We’re here to tell you that Brussels sprouts are back! Yes, many of you have pushed this vegetable off of your plate in the past, but that will end once you try our recipes below. We have some great recipes that will make you a fan, if you weren’t already! A properly cooked Brussels Sprout will make your heart sing.

There are many ways to cook Brussels Sprouts. (we’ll get to that shortly) But beyond their taste, Brussels Sprouts pack a big-health punch. Rich in many nutrients like folate, manganese, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, choline, copper, vitamin B1, potassium, phosphorus, and omega-3 fatty acids, these little cruciferous vegetables are also excellent sources of vitamins C and K. Who knew these mini cabbages packed such a nutritious punch?

Cooking Brussels Sprouts could be as simple as roasting in a hot oven, or as creative as adding bacon, apple or tart cranberries to the mix. This versatile veggie will soon become one of your favorite go-to side dishes.

Here are 4 ways to cook Brussels Sprouts that will make you fall in love with them (perhaps even for the first time):

INFOGRAPHIC: HOW TO COOK BRUSSELS SPROUTS

Brussels sprouts have long struggled with a bad reputation, primarily because many people grew up with soft, mushy, poorly cooked sprouts. But a properly cooked Brussels sprout, perhaps with a touch of butter or olive oil? Perfection.

 

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