Love them or hate them Brussels Sprouts are are a traditional part of Christmas dinner in our house. I have one child who can’t get enough of them and another who isn’t crazy about them! So I have been testing out these 8 Brussels Sprouts Recipes The Whole Family Will Eat to tempt my daughter to give them another chance!
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Brussels Sprouts are a bit like Marmite you either love them or hate them. But they are a great source of vitamins and fibre so if you can tempt your kids to eat them, they’re definitely onto a winner.
Here are some recipes to cook brussels sprouts a bit differently that will hopefully help!
8 Brussels Sprouts Recipes The Whole Family Will Eat
#1. Parmesan Brussels Sprouts
This parmesan brussels sprouts recipe from Damn Delicious will transform any misgivings you may have about brussels sprouts. A crispy, salty mix that will sit happily with cranberry sauce and buttered carrots!
#2. Slow Cooker Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Recipe
Another one from Damn Delicious this time combining Balsamic Vinegar and cooking your brussels sprouts in your slow cooker for just 15 minutes. Freeing you up to get on with other dinner prep!
#3. Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries, Chorizo & Bread
This recipe from Kevin Dundon combines the strong flavour of Chorizo with sprouts, thyme and cranberries to make a delicious side dish for any meal.
Now if only she liked Chorizo!
#4. Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts
This Brussels Sprouts recipes from Ambitious Kitchen combines maple syrup, bacon and toasted hazelnuts to create a wonderful side dish for your Christmas dinner. It is sure to be a hit with young and old alike.
#5. Brussels Sprouts and Cauliflower Cheese Recipe
This recipe from the Food Network courtesy of Lotte Duncan combines brussels sprouts with cauliflower so you get to cook the 2 vegetables together to save time.
Cheesey, bubbling goodness in a dish.
#6. Brussels with Hustle
This Jamie Oliver Brussels Sprouts recipe is created in the food processor making it a quick and easy side dish to rustle up anytime. The sprouts are flavoured with garlic and Worcester sauce. And best of all you can prepare it the day before and re-heat when needed.
#7. Braised Brussels Sprouts with Chilli
Add a bit of spice to your Brussels Sprouts with this recipe from Wholesome Ireland. Braising also has the added benefit of making your sprouts taste sweeter.
#8. Beer Battered Brussels Sprouts
This recipe for beer battered Brussels Sprouts from we are not martha turns the sprouts into delicious golden balls of tastiness. And even includes a cool yoghurt and blue cheese dip to accompany them. Great as a appetiser or can be served as a vegetable side dish too. Enjoy!
Have you been converted by any of these brussels sprouts recipes? Please let us know in the comments box below.