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Bacon Brussels Sprouts is surprisingly easy to make and one of my favorite dishes, especially in the fall. I am a firm believer that bacon really does make anything better, and this vegetable recipe is no exception.

A simple recipe for Bacon Brussel Sprouts made with a simple marinade in your oven. A great, tasty side dish!

 

I did not make Brussels sprouts a lot when I was younger, but recently, they have become popular and served in many unique ways. They can look a bit intimidating if you have never had them. I never had these as a kid, so as an adult, I always thought of them as little cabbages. It is believed that they got their name from being popular in Brussels, Belgium.  The most difficult part about Brussel sprouts is cleaning the, and trust me, it is not very difficult.

You can buy Brussels spouts on the stalk, but in most grocery stores, they are without the stalk. By rinsing them in a bowl of warm water, you will clean them and rid them of the dirt and other things that might be in the leaves.

Wash the brussel sprouts with cold water.

 

Next you need to trim the leaves. Just like you would a cabbage or lettuce, you want to remove the outer leaves that are exposed to the elements.

How to trim leaves from brussel sprouts

Once they are cleaned and seasoned, they can be baked in the oven.

Adding bacon to brussel sprouts is a great way to make them special!

 

 

Bacon brussels sprouts

 

How to make brussels sprouts

Bacon Brussels Sprouts Recipe

This easy Bacon and Brussel Sprouts Recipe is so simple and tasty!
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Bacon Brussels Sprouts

Course Vegetable
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 4 -6
Author Raquel Pineira

Ingredients

  • 1 lb. Brussels sprouts
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4-5 slices bacon cooked
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper

Instructions

  • Pre-heat oven to 400°.
  • Wash the sprouts and trim the core (about 1/4 inch from the end)
  • Remove the outer leaves from the sprouts.
  • Place Brussels sprouts olive oil, salt, and pepper in a reusable plastic bag.
  • Seal and knead bag to coat the sprouts
  • Lightly grease a cookie sheet with olive oil.
  • Place marinated Brussels sprouts onto the baking sheet.
  • Roast in oven oven 25 minutes, turning over sprouts halfway through for even cooking.
  • You can also spritz with a little balsamic vinegar before serving for added flavor.

timesaving tips to streamline recipes

Time-saving Tip: You can buy Brussels sprouts already cut and cleaned in a bag in your grocer’s produce section.

Do you eat Brussels sprouts in your home?

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Helen Fern

Friday 27th of November 2015

Thanks for sharing on the Idea box Linky! Would love to have you share on the "what's for dinner" sunday linky as well!!

Raquel

Friday 27th of November 2015

Thanks Helen! I will check it out for sure!

Rose @ RoseBakes.com

Monday 23rd of November 2015

I've never had brussel sprouts in my life... but they can be eaten with bacon, I might have to give them a try ;)

Raquel

Tuesday 24th of November 2015

Really Rose? They are really quite good if you add some seasoning and yumminess like bacon and cheese. :)

Katie

Friday 20th of November 2015

This is too funny! I actually have a brussel sprouts post sitting in my drafts right now! I LOVE THEM! I'll have to give yours a try.

Raquel

Saturday 21st of November 2015

Oh good! I look forward to checking out your recipe. There are so many great ways to enjoy them! Thanks for stopping by Katie!