Love from Amy’s Kitchen: Oven Roasted Brussel Sprouts

Welcome back to another edition of Love from Amy’s Kitchen! Today we are learning all about roasting….Brussel sprouts. I know, I know, it’s quite a change from the cupcakes and blondies that I’ve posted about before. However, before you say “that’s gross,” just keep reading and you might change your mind. I used to HATE eating these as a child and if you had told me then that I would consider them to be one of my favorite foods now, I probably would have thrown myself on the floor and had a fit. Yes, I was quite the little sinner (still am except I don’t throw fits anymore). God bless my parents. Anyway, back to brussel sprouts. Haha!

This is such an easy, quick recipe to make and I love eating this for dinner when I’m craving something green.

All you need is:

Brussel sprouts
Seasoning– I like using an all-purpose seasoning that you would normally use on poultry, seafood, veggies, etc.
Olive oil

Preheat your oven to about 375 F. Oil a baking sheet and set aside. Wash the Brussel sprouts and then toss in a mixing bowl with the seasoning, salt, pepper, and enough olive oil to coat the mixture.

Spread all the sprouts on the baking sheet, but don’t crowd them. Thank you Julia Child for that lesson. Put the baking sheet in the oven and bake for about 25-30 mins, or until they are as golden or crispy as you like them. This recipe is pretty fool-proof and you can’t ruin it unless you char the Brussel sprouts or something.

I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about Brussel sprouts and you’ll have to let me know how you like them!

Love from, Amy.

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