Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Tracking PixelBeing in the middle of the holidays, I am so excited for all the food that we will be having. Seriously, my mouth waters thinking about the parties and festivities that will be serving delicious concoctions! Today I’m excited to share with you this fabulous and SO EASY side dish.

Roast your brussel sprouts for an amazing side dish that can serve a few or serve a crowd.

I know that brussel sprouts can not only be intimidating, but that not everyone likes them. It’s hit or miss with my kids, and my husband cringes at the site of green vegetables. But when I roasted these for the first time, and my kids smelled them cooking, they got excited and Gracie even ate one right out of the oven while we were testing the firmness of them. She devoured about 10 herself once the glaze was on it. So my family definitely gives this a big thumbs up!

Roast your brussel sprouts for an amazing side dish that can serve a few or serve a crowd.

Ingredients:

2 lbs fresh brussel sprouts
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1/2 cup Pomegranate Vinegar
1/4 cup Light Brown Sugar
Salt & Pepper

Directions:

Wash your brussel sprouts to start. Once dry, chop in half and place each of them into a bag. Pour the Olive Oil over the top of them along with salt & pepper (about 1/4 teaspoon each is what I used) Close up the bag and shake to fully cover the brussel sprouts.
Empty onto a baking sheet covered in foil to create a more even baking.
Bake at 375º for 25-30 minutes (may need longer based on the size of your brussel sprouts) flipping them half way thru baking.
While they are baking, combine the sugar and vinegar into a small pot and bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally then remove from heat and let sit & thicken for 10 minutes
Once the brussel sprouts are done, drizzle the glaze over the top and then serve warm.

Roast your brussel sprouts for an amazing side dish that can serve a few or serve a crowd.

Roast your brussel sprouts for an amazing side dish that can serve a few or serve a crowd.

Roast your brussel sprouts for an amazing side dish that can serve a few or serve a crowd.

The addition of the pomegranate vinegar is amazing. It gives it a little tang as well as the sweetness of the fruit. You can also toss in a few pomegranate seeds, craisins, or almonds to give it a little more texture and color.

Roast your brussel sprouts for an amazing side dish that can serve a few or serve a crowd.

 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pompeian.

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Comments

  1. These look amazing! Can’t wait to try!

  2. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love brussels sprouts. I have been looking for a new way to cook them and I am definitely trying this! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Brussels sprouts are so good! I can’t wait to try this!

  4. I can’t even tell you how much I LOVE Brussels Sprouts. These look amazing!

  5. I actually love brussel sprouts, and that pomegranate vinegar sounds awesome!

  6. Love roasted brussel sprouts. Great idea to add the pomegranate vinegar.

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  7. That looks so good I’m going to buy everything tonight and make it for dinner to tomorrow!

  8. This looks so delicious and healthy!

  9. I loooooove Brussels Sprouts! Definitely going to try your recipe!

  10. These look amazing! Will have to try out this recipe for sure!

  11. Brussels sprouts are a family favorite! Would love to try the pomegranate vinegar, that sounds so good.

  12. My husband loves brussel sprouts. What an awesome label!

  13. Yummy recipe! Can’t wait to try it this week!

  14. I LOVE brussel sprouts, but I’ve never made a glaze! Sounds heavenly!

  15. Jennifer Day says:

    Now these look like brussel sprouts I could love!! Yummy 🙂

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