All I can say is yummmmmm…… Looking for a new way to cook Brussels Sprouts? Trying roasting Brussels Spouts with grapes. It’s a low calorie, nutritious meal.
Consider roasting grapes and adding them to a salad or sandwich. When grapes are in season, I freeze them and then use those for roasting. I love fresh grapes just as much as I love roasted grapes. The best way to freeze grapes is to wash them and let them dry on a towel. Then I can take them off the vine and lay them on a roast pan in the freezer, but more times than not, I just throw them into a ziplock freezer bag and place them in the freezer on the vine. It works either way. I am more a kick the can down the road kind of person. If you freeze them on the vine, your hands may get cold when you are taking them off the vine to roast or snack on them.
Benefits of Eating Grapes:
- Packed with nutrients, especially Vitamins C and Vitamin K
- High Antioxidant which may prevent chronic diseases
- Plant compounds may protect against certain types of cancer
Benefits of Brussels Sprouts:
- Great source of Vitamin C
- High in Fiber!
- Also high in Vitamin K
- ALA Omega-3 Fatty Acids
- May reduce inflammation
Be sure to check out our video on how to roast Brussels Sprouts 4 Ways! Plus, get inspired to serve up Brussels Sprouts throughout the week.
- 1 lb Brussels Sprouts
- 2-3 cups Grapes
- 2 tbsp Avocado Oil oil of your choice
- 1 tsp Salt to taste (I can go either way)
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
Halve your Brussels sprouts and pop off your grapes from the vine.
Evenly spread out your Brussels sprouts and grapes on your roasting pan. Drizzle your oil and mix to coat everything.
Roast for 26-30 minutes and then serve.
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