I never was much of a fan of Brussels sprouts…that is…until I tried this recipe! Crisp, oven baked Brussels sprouts with the most amazing sauce. I think I could eat bowls of it!

We read up on the health benefits of Brussels sprouts – they are one of the top healthiest foods on the planet. Problem was that they tasted chalky and bland when we had made them before so we weren’t too hopeful for a successful first few tries.

To be honest, the first tries were not very good. They needed flavor and punch and the wow factor. That’s when we decided to add flavor by added sauce!

We went to work on creating the perfect sweet, tangy, spicy sauce to dip them in. We found that our favorite by far was one we had created for a prior recipe that we tweeked to fit our needs for this one.

We love the rich flavors of the Dijon and balsamic combined with the pop of the Franks hot sauce and the aroma of the garlic. Yum! If you want a milder sauce, omit or decrease the Franks hot sauce and the sauce is still delicious as ever.   

Make extra – they are delicious even cold for a treat on a bed of greens or in a veggie wrap drizzled with the Dijon, balsamic, garlic sauce. I’m addicted. I could literally eat these for every meal.

Baked Brussels Sprouts with Dijon, Balsamic, Garlic Sauce
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    2-4 servings 5 minutes
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    45 minutes
    Servings Prep Time
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    45 minutes
    Baked Brussels Sprouts with Dijon, Balsamic, Garlic Sauce
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      Servings Prep Time
      2-4 servings 5 minutes
      Cook Time
      45 minutes
      Servings Prep Time
      2-4 servings 5 minutes
      Cook Time
      45 minutes
      Ingredients
      Dijon, Balsamic, Garlic Sauce
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      1. Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Place parchment paper down on your baking pan or cookie sheet.
      2. Rinse the Brussels spouts. Turn them over and trim off the bottoms and remove any old or damaged leaves. If the sprouts are large cut them in half, if smaller leave them whole. Place the spouts in a large bowl and sprinkle with the oil. gently toss to coat all evenly. Sprinkle the salt and pepper over them and gently toss again until evenly distributed. You can adjust the salt and pepper to your liking.
      3. Place the spouts in an even layer with the trim stem side down on your baking sheet or pan. Place in the heated oven and cook for 35 - 40 minutes. Turn them gently during booking for even browning.
      4. While the sprouts are baking, prepare the sauce in your blender, small bowl or glass jar with a lid. Place all the ingredients in your container and blend together until they are completely incorporated. Set aside until the spouts are baked.You can double the recipe so that you have extra to serve some as dipping sauce, too.
      5. When your Brussels sprouts are done baking they should have slightly browned edges and be soft when poked with a fork. Take them out of the oven and place in a dish or individual serving bowls. Drizzle the sauce over them and serve hot. Place extra sauce on the table for dipping in. Enjoy!
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