Brussels sprouts had to undergo a makeover before they became one of our favorite veggies to eat, but once folks figured out how delicious roast brussels could be, this veggie became a side dish rockstar — boasting a sweetness that very few green veggies can claim.
Brussels sprouts seem to be one of those polarizing vegetables that you either love or hate. These tiny little cabbages are highly versatile and no, you do not always need to add bacon to make them taste better.
Brussels sprouts can be a bit bitter—I think that’s why some people don’t like them. But here, any bitterness is countered with lemon juice, fresh dill, and toasted almonds. The result is a really good, completely health-conscious vegetable dish.
Even if you haven’t liked Brussels sprouts before, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.
These brussels sprouts recipes are everything we need.
Brussel Bytes offers Brussels sprout lovers an addictive new way to eat their favorite veggie
We found an easy way to get all the health benefits of Brussels sprouts.
Showcase seasonal produce with these vegetarian Thanksgiving sides
Clean Plates is delighted to offer our readers a scrumptious series of healthful, delicious and nutritious side dishes for Thanksgiving, ideal for contributing to the holiday table or combining for a luscious, plant-based meal.
The number one piece of advice I give people who are thinking about doing Whole30 is to really prepare your kitchen. And the easiest way to do that is to fill your freezer with a handful of delicious and compliant meals. Do yourself a favor and make at least a couple of these freezer-friendly Whole30 recipes — your future self with thank you.
These easy 3-ingredient sauces prove that you can combine just a few fresh, everyday ingredients to produce a flavor bomb that will ignite your cooking. The best part? every single one can be made ahead of time.