25+ Brussels Sprout Recipes (You’ll actually want to eat)

Every day I’m Brusselin’. This round-up of 25+ Brussels sprouts recipes from Registered Dietitians are going to get you to want to eat Brussels sprouts every day.
Poor Brussels sprouts have gotten a bad reputation. When I hear people say that they don’t like Brussels sprouts, my main guess is why they don’t like them, is that they’ve never had them cooked in a delicious way. Just simply steaming Brussels sprouts is blah.
Brussels sprouts are a part of the cruciferous vegetable family. With just a one-cup serving of Brussels sprouts will meet your daily requirement for vitamin C and vitamin K for the day, while also providing plenty of folate, potassium, B vitamins, manganese and loads of other nutrients.
If you are not a fan of Brussels sprouts, I challenge you to give them another try. These delicious recipes from Registered Dietitians will change your mind.  
25+ Brussels Sprout Recipes (that you'll actually want to eat) from Registered Dietitians via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_Kitchen

Appetizers:

Crispy Brussels Sprout and Mozzarella Skewers with Savory Wild Blueberry Dipping Sauce via My Cape Cod Kitchen
Roasted Brussels Sprout Chips via The Domestic Dietitian
25+ Brussels Sprout Recipes (that you'll actually want to eat) from Registered Dietitians via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_Kitchen

Salads:

Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad with Lemon and Pecorino via Mom’s Kitchen Handbook
Brussels Sprout Salad with Maple Dijon Vinaigrette via Nourishing Plate
Brussels Sprouts Slaw via Live Best
Fall Kale and Brussels Sprouts Salad via Nourish, Breathe, Thrive
Warm Brussels Sprouts Salad via One Hungry Bunny
Oven Roasted Butternut Squash & Brussels Sprout Salad via Hungry Hobby
25+ Brussels Sprout Recipes (that you'll actually want to eat) from Registered Dietitians via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_Kitchen

Sides:

Roasted Maple-Mustard Glazed Brussels Sprouts via RDelicious Kitchen
Easy Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts via Eat Real Live Well
Brussels Sprouts and Figs with Walnuts and Balsamic Reduction via The Salubrious RD
Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta & Parmesan via The Nutrition Adventure
Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Thai Sauce via The Foodie Dietitian
Brussels Sprouts with Grape Honey Glaze via Amy Gorin Nutrition
Maple Roasted Butternut Squash, Brussel Sprouts & Cranberries via Eat Real Live Well
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate Glaze via Small Bites
Orange Glazed Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes via The Nutritionist Reviews
Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Walnuts via Marisa Moore Nutrition
Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranate Seeds via The Foodie Dietitian
Roasted Vegetables & Pecans with Wild Blueberry Balsamic Sauce via Your Choice Nutrition
25+ Brussels Sprout Recipes (that you'll actually want to eat) from Registered Dietitians via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_Kitchen

Main Dishes:

Brussels, Bacon, and Fig Pizza via The Nutrition Adventure
Brussels Sprouts, Pea, And Cherry Tomato Pizza with Parmesan & Fresh Oregano via The Spicy RD
Sheet Pan Chicken Dinner with Brussels Sprouts via Mom’s Kitchen Handbook
Brussels Sprouts & Cauliflower Quinoa Gratin via Byte Size Nutrition
Sautéed Brussels Sprouts with Apples and Chicken Sausage via RDelicious Kitchen
One Pan Fall Vegetables and Chicken Sausage via Healthy Inspirations
Brussels Sprout and Walnut Pizza with Whole Wheat Flax Crust via The Foodie Dietitian
Sheet Pan Apple & Brie Stuffed Chicken with Brussels Sprouts via Byte Sized Nutrition

How do you like to cook Brussels sprouts?
Chef Julie Harrington, RD - Culinary Nutrition Consultant of julieharringtonrd.com

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Q & A with Katie Sullivan Morford, Registered Dietitian and Cookbook Author of Rise & Shine

Rise and shine, it’s breakfast time!

Q & A with Katie Morford, Registered Dietitian and Cookbook Author of Rise & Shine via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_kitchenphoto credit: Erin Scott, from Rise & Shine (Roost Books, 2016)

Katie Sullivan Morford, MS, RD of Mom’s Kitchen Handbook recently released a new cookbook! Katie is a talented food writer and registered dietitian with a master’s degree in clinical nutrition. She has a passion for helping families raise healthy kids through sound feeding habits, delicious recipes, and lots of patience. I was so excited when Katie sent me a copy of her cookbook!

What’s this cookbook all about? Rise and Shine is the answer for every parent who has struggled to get breakfast on the table and to get their child to actually eat it. With 75 breakfast recipes that are entry-level-easy, with at least half requiring no more than five minutes of hands-on prep time, every delicious recipe is an exercise in good nutrition and good taste. Written by a nutritionist with three children, this book arms parents with tips, recipes, and inspiration for making a nourishing breakfast doable and delicious. Rise and Shine is made for busy families and busy mornings, so when breakfast isn’t the priority, you can still eat something to start your day off right.

Q & A with Katie Sullivan Morford, Registered Dietitian and Cookbook Author of Rise & Shine via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_kitchenphoto credit: Erin Scott, from Rise & Shine (Roost Books, 2016)

What makes this cookbook stand out on the bookshelf? The recipes are healthy and approachable, with little prep time. I love how Katie provides nutrition education within the pages along with the recipes. She gives tips on how to remodel your breakfast in healthy ways, portion control, meal planning, plus so much more. The images are flawless as you flip through the pages and makes you excited to get up for breakfast in the morning.

Want to learn a little more how Katie got started with this book idea? Katie kindly answered some questions I had for her.

Why did you choose to write a cookbook solely focused on breakfast?
It came about after I was on tour with my first cookbook, Best Lunch Box Ever. A lot of the people I spoke with, parents especially, said they struggled with getting everyone fed in the morning before work and school. It was something I’d been hearing from folks through my blog as well. I figured there was already a good weekday breakfast cookbook out there, but when I did my research I found few resources focused on healthy meals for busy weekday mornings. It seemed like a natural follow up to my first book. I loved writing it.

What recipe from the cookbook do you make the most?
That is a tough one, since I tend to go in phases. A few regulars in the rotation are the Barely Banana Protein Pancakes, the Almost Instant Chocolate Breakfast Drink, and the Mini Spinach and Feta Frittatas.

From start to finish, how long did it take you to write this book?
It was about two years from the time I started the book to the time it was published, but actual writing and recipe development was about six months. After that there was some back and forth with my publisher over edits and about two weeks devoted to preparing for and cooking for the photo shoot.

What topic do you think your next cookbook will be about?
I’m talking to my publisher about an idea at this very moment, but I’m not ready to spill the beans.

Pancakes or Waffles?
Waffles. Crispy!

Eggs – preferred scrambled, sunny-side up, over easy or poached?
None of the above. My favorite eggs are soft boiled, still in the shell, with strips of whole grain toast to dip into the yolk. Rise & Shine has pretty foolproof recipe for doing eggs this way.

What do you hope people walk away with when they buy your book?
I hope they feel inspired and empowered to make delicious, healthy, doable breakfasts for themselves and their families. Homemade breakfast doesn’t need to be time-consuming or fancy to be good and good for you. I try to offer something for everyone in the book, whether that means a smoothie you can make in one minute, uncomplicated egg dishes, or wholesome muffins you can bake on a weekend afternoon and stow in the freezer.

Q & A with Katie Morford, Registered Dietitian and Cookbook Author of Rise & Shine via RDelicious Kitchen @RD_kitchenphoto credit: Erin Scott, from Rise & Shine (Roost Books, 2016)
What’s your favorite thing to make for breakfast?
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