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Brussels sprouts may be much maligned, but they’re magnificent. I’ll prove it to you with these 12 Brussels Sprouts recipes where these tiny green cruciferous gems are in the limelight.

Brussels Sprouts recipes with Corned Beef:

Leftover corned beef? No better way to use it than in this Oven Roasted Corned Beef Hash with Brussels Sprouts

Corned Beef Potato And Brussels Sprout Hash

Or maybe you’re more of a gratin person, then this Corned Beef Potato Gratin with Brussels Sprouts from Kevin is for you: 

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Recipes with raw or semi-raw Brussels sprouts

This Kale and Brussels Sprouts Salad is a favorite in our house.

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Or this spectacular looking Thai Brussels Sprouts Salad from Maggie:

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipes

And why stop at roasting when you can glaze them with balsamic vinegar and add dates and pecans as Mila did in these Balsamic Glazed Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts.

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Or maybe you’d like to caramelize them and add dark cherry sauce and hazelnuts as Faith did.

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You can also make a roasted version of a favorite, familiar salad like this Roasted Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad.

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Brussels Sprouts recipes with Bacon

Like Lorraine’s Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Cider,

or another favorite hash in our house, this Sweet Potato, Brussels Sprouts and Mushroom Hash with Bacon which is best topped with a sunny side up fried egg!

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Brussels Sprouts Coleslaw and Sauerkraut!

Helen’s Brussels Sprouts Greek Yogurt Coleslaw looks delicious, don’t you think?

And last but not least, a delicious and super-easy Brussels sprouts sauerkraut.

Brussels-sprout-Sauerkraut

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20 Comments

  1. Helen @ Scrummy Lane says:

    I love that you did this post, Marissa! I for one love brussels sprouts, but especially now that we don’t just boil them. There are so many wonderful ways to use them!
    I especially love the look of that brussels sprouts hash…mmmm!
    And of course, thanks for including my recipe 🙂

    1. Marissa says:

      Thanks, Helen! That slaw of yours is soooo good!

  2. Beeta Hashempour says:

    I agree 100% that people who say they don’t like brussels sprouts just haven’t tried one of the amazing ways you can eat them! All of these recipes look sooo good…totally craving some brussels sprouts now!

    1. Marissa says:

      Thanks, Beeta! I’d like to see what you would do with them – I know it would be awesome!

  3. Girl and the Kitchen says:

    So I want to eat all of these!!! All seriousness…seriously one of the best round-ups EVER. I want to make them all and get fat on brussel sprout goodness 🙂

    1. Marissa says:

      You crack me up, Mila!! I want to make them all too…love that balsamic element in yours…

  4. Kathleen | HapaNomNom says:

    My husband is not a fan of Brussels sprouts and I keep telling him he’s crazy! Maybe I just haven’t prepared them well 😉 I’m so going to make one of these dishes for him – I’m going to make him like it, darn it! I think starting with one of the corned beef options would be best to ease him in 🙂

    1. Marissa says:

      I’m sure you’ve prepared them well… 🙂 My last ditch way to prepare them that converts most people is really thinly sliced and sautéed with just garlic, olive oil and salt. Even though, I have to admit that my mom still hates them. But I’ll never give up trying… 😉

  5. Dorothy Dunton says:

    Marissa! Thank you for sharing all of these variations using Brussels sprouts! I usually make them with bacon and vinegar or roast them and add a splash of balsamic. I immediately printed out Kevin’s recipe when I saw it yesterday on his blog! When I bought some (on the stalk) a while ago the checker didn’t know what they were and when I told her she asked me if I was going to put cheese sauce on them! Apparently that’s the only way the poor girl will eat vegetables.

    1. Marissa says:

      I love those stalks! They always remind me of a club that a fairy tale giant might carry. Bacon and a splash of balsamic sounds perfect to me…