Roasted Bacon Apple Brussels sprouts:
If I had to choose one favorite roasted vegetable, it would definitely be roasted Brussels sprouts. I like making these as a side dish to go with a variety of meals. But because Thanksgiving is around the corner I thought this would be a great side dish to add to the menu.
What you will need:
How to prepare:
Preparation of these Brussels sprouts are easy and basically fool proof. First, I chopped everything into bite size pieces, for bacon I did a rough chop. Then, I added all the ingredients (except the candied pecans) to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and roasted 400 F for 20-25 minutes. Once done I broiled for a few minutes to get extra crispy, but I just kept an eye on them so they didn’t burn.
Meal prep ahead of time:
I like to meal prep this dish ahead of time. Because it is one less thing I have to do during my busy weeks. I get asked all the time, don’t the vegetables get soggy? And honestly, I don’t have a problem with them getting soggy. But what helps me prevent them from getting soggy is to make sure I cool the vegetables completely before storing, I also do less cook time, and limit amount of oil used to roast.
How to reheat:
If I meal prep these ahead of time, the way that I reheat them is to bake 400 F on a lined baking sheet for about 10 minutes. This is why when meal prepping them I cut the cook time, because I will be reheating throughout the week. But they also taste good cold too and have had them in a salad many of times.
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Roasted Bacon Apple Brussels sprouts
- 1-2 cups brussels sprouts
- 4-5 slices bacon I like to order Buy Ranch Direct
- 1 gala apple
- 1/2 cup candied pecans
- Chop all the vegetables
- Add to a lined baking dish
- Bake 400 F for 20-25 minutes
- optional: broil for 3-4 minutes to get nice and crispy, just keep an eye on them
- Mix in candied pecans and enjoy