Deliciously crispy brussel sprouts made with only 3 main ingredients. These oven-baked brussel sprouts are the ultimate side dish the whole family is sure to love! Made with the cleanest ingredients like olive oil, fresh parmesan, and tasty Angelic Bakehouse crisps - made with freshly pressed, sprouted grains.
In my humble opinion, crispy brussel sprouts are the only type of brussel sprout. I’m talking crunchy, just south of burnt, with golden edges, CRISPY brussel sprouts. If you’ve ever mentioned brussel sprouts to the baby boomer generation (hi parents ????), they typically respond in disgust with wrinkled noses and say they will never eat a brussel sprout again. Well, that’s probably because they grew up on boiled brussel sprouts lightly dusted with salt and pepper. Umm…no, just no. Thankfully we have found the key that is oven baked crispy brussel sprouts and baby, we’re bringing them back like never before!
How to Achieve Crispy Brussel Sprouts
- Don’t be afraid to crank the oven up. We call these baked brussel sprouts but we need a higher heat than 350 F. I like to cook mine at 400 F which cooks the brussel sprout (too high of a temp and they won’t cook before the edges burn), but it also gives the leaves and the edges a nice golden brown sun tan
- Coat liberally with liquid, whatever that may be. In this recipe we use olive oil which is my personal favorite. The oil allows the brussel sprouts to really caramelize around the edges and you can add in other dry ingredients if you want to jazz things up (more on that in a bit). Typically, I wash my brussel sprouts right before I cook them so there is still a little moisture on them as well
- Get creative! One of the reasons so many people cringe at the thought of a brussel sprout is because they’ve only had bland versions. Mix in some shredded cheese or breadcrumbs OR some ahh-mazing sprouted grained crisps I’m about to tell ya about
Angleic Bakehouse Crisps
We use Angelic Bakehouse’s new crisps to really level up these baked brussel sprouts. These crisps are made with freshly pressed sprouted grains, making them a health-ier version over breadcrumbs. They also come in a variety of flavors like Harissa Green Chile & Sweet Potato , Fig & Tarragon Vinaigrette, and Pickled Sweet Onion & Beet so you can mix things up easily! The ingredient list is short and sweet and contain things you can actually understand. We crush up the crisps in this recipe so they act like a breadcrumb only wayyy better.
Love sprouted grains as much as I do? Check out this post for a delicious cranberry spread featuring Angelic Bakehouse’s Sprouted Dinner Rolls.Print
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