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|Calories160Calories from Fat90|
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yesse a month ago
this my first time cooking and eating Brussels sprouts. I loved it! But i would go with a pinch of salt and use grass fed butter instead of coconut. i could taste the coconut oil in the food
Michelle 3 months ago
Soooo good! I’ve never roasted brussel sprouts before they are amazing!
Marie 3 months ago
Loved it! Will be adding some garlic to my recipe!
Allaya Arganda 5 months ago
Super good but add some real bacon bits and makes it 10 times better!
Rikki Buchberger 5 months ago
Really delicious! Mine wasn’t salty enough, so we added it while eating. Simple basic recipe! Pretty happy :)
Andrea Strickler a year ago
Very good, only a little salty for me. I am going to cut back on the salt next time for the baking process… People can always add a little more salt after serving it up on their plate if they like it saltier. These took us at least 45 minutes to bake. You know they’re done when a fork sticks through them easily. To speed up baking times, try cutting the Brussel sprouts in half, especially the large spheres.
Victoria Nova-Yocom a year ago
It was a little salty but still good!
YumChef-qWMdn a year ago
I used coconut oil, added minced roasted garlic and baked for 40 minutes. These were very juicy and flavorful. A new fave recipe for Brussels Sprouts!
Joan martin 3 years ago
I love Brussels sprouts, but roasting them is a real variation in taste. As with any roared vegetable the sugars are enhanced as is the nutty roasted flavor. Delicious and nutritious.