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Whole Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Garlic is a super easy to make and delicious side dish recipe. The brussels turn dark and crispy on the outside and creamy inside. With some roasted garlic and a squeeze of lemon they are totally addictive!
Do you see those little nuggets up there? They are brussels sprouts heaven. The outer leaves are dark and crispy while the insides are soft and creamy.
They are also THE EASIEST side dish ever. ← no exaggeration!
Why you need to make whole roasted brussels sprouts with garlic
- Roasting brussels whole turns them into little balls of magic. Crispy on the outside and soft inside. Pure deliciousness.
- They require almost zero prep and no hands-on cooking. Read: they cook themselves. If you can open a bag of Mann's Brussels Sprouts then you can make these.
- One bite of lemony brussels with a piece of roasted garlic will put a smile on your face. #guaranteed
- They are a no-brainer, healthy recipe that you can serve to literally anyone. These brussels are vegan, whole30, gluten-free, low-carb and all those other ways that someone we know (raise your hand!) eats these days. Whole roasted brussels sprouts with garlic is a recipe we'll all love.
See that bag up there? That is a bag of Mann's Family Favorites Brussels Sprouts, and it makes my kitchen life SO EASY! So easy that it's totally worth the all caps yelling.
Brussels can be a little bit of a pain to prepare as you need to go through them one by one, cut off their tough ends, and trim off their outer leaves. EXCEPT if you're using Mann's Family Favorites Brussels Sprouts. Then all you have to do is open the bag and pour out your brussels. So easy!
This time of year always feels hectic. Is it the same for you? It's the time of year when every little convenience becomes more important than ever. If I can save 15 minutes of washing and cutting veggies, I'm in.
That time saved will be well used playing with my daughter, hanging out with my handsome man, pouring myself a glass of wine, or relaxing. Ok, that might be a bit idyllic. Doing laundry, washing dishes, and picking up toys paints a more realistic picture. #truth
But either way, picking up a bag of prewashed and cut Mann's veggies means that I get more time to do the things I need or want to do. It's like winning the lottery.
I've used Mann's pre-cut veggies many times, both in recipes here on the blog and when I'm strapped for time at home. I buy them at my local grocery store. They're widely available so chances are, your life will get a whole lot easier very soon!
When you're at the store, eye out which other Mann's vegetables are available. I have several recipes using Mann's Fresh Vegetables and more on the way.
Favorite Mann's Fresh Vegetable's Recipes
- Late Autumn Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad
- Maple Bourbon Sweet Potato Ribbon Casserole
- Loaded Butternut Squash Rotini Taco Salad Fries
- Spinach Lemon Cauliflower Rice Risotto
Stay tuned for more coming your way soon!
How to make garlic brussels sprouts
These garlic brussels sprouts are made with roasted garlic. Cause roasted garlic is EVERYTHING!
- Open your bag of Mann's Brussels Sprouts and pour the brussels onto a baking sheet. Toss with some oil, salt, and pepper.
- Cut the top off a head of garlic and pop it on the baking tray. Cut a lemon in half and nestle the halves between the brussels. Sprinkle a little extra oil, salt, and pepper over the lemon and garlic.
- Roast roast roast.
- Now squeeze the soft garlic cloves out of their papery skins and squeeze the lemon over the brussels and …
See how amazingly easy that was?
Serve garlic roasted brussels sprouts for the holidays
Whole roasted brussels sprouts with garlic are the PERFECT side dish for your holiday table. Bonus: they can be made ahead of time.
If you're making them for Thanksgiving or Christmas, cook them ahead of time for 30 minutes then take them out of the oven. Let them cool, cover the pan with plastic wrap, then put them in your fridge. When the turkey comes out of the oven, remove the plastic wrap and put them back into the oven to warm and finish cooking.
By the time the turkey rests for 15 minutes, your brussels will be ready to go!
Make roasted garlic brussels for dinner
My favorite way to serve these brussels is with chicken and a big salad. It ticks all the boxes for me: easy to make, healthy, and delicious. You could easily sub a piece of salmon or even some tofu.
I simply season some chicken breasts with salt, pepper, and whatever spice blend I find in my spice rack then put them on the tray with the brussels after 15 minutes.
If I'm extra hungry, I'll throw some mini potatoes (cut in half) on the tray with the brussels when they go into the oven. They'll cook in the same amount of time. Easy!
Easy Brussels Sprouts Recipes:
- Crispy Parmesan Brussels Sprouts
- Roasted Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad
- Coconut Oil Fried Brussels Sprouts with Garlic, Chili, and Lime ← a personal favorite!
- Pan Seared Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Almonds and Balsamic
- Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad with Bacon, Walnuts, and Apricots
- Bacon Roasted Brussels Sprouts
- 24 ounces of Mann's Brussels Sprouts (or 1 ½ lbs. brussels sprouts )
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- ½ teaspoon each: salt and pepper
- ¼ teaspoon cayenne
- 1 head garlic (head NOT clove. top cut off)
- 1 lemon (cut in half)
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Place the whole brussels sprouts on the baking sheet and toss with the oil, salt, pepper, and cayenne. Add the lemon halves (cut side up) and the garlic to the baking sheet and drizzle with a little oil.24 ounces of Mann's Brussels Sprouts, 2 teaspoons olive oil, ½ teaspoon each: salt and pepper, ¼ teaspoon cayenne, 1 lemon, 1 head garlic
- Roast in the oven for 40 minutes, tossing the brussels halfway through.
- Let the garlic cool for a couple minutes then squeeze the cloves from the skin. Transfer the brussels to a serving dish, sprinkle with the roasted garlic, and squeeze the lemon over the top.
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