Balsamic Brussels Sprouts


Brussels Sprouts are so delicious and healthy that they are practically super, so they don’t need much when it comes to extra flavor.

Try this simply delicious and easy way to serve this green veggie with this tantalizing Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Recipe!

What You Will Love About This  Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Crunchy Treat – When roasting brussels sprouts in the oven they get a satisfying texture and wonderful flavor that makes eating veggies fun and delicious!
Fresh Take – I love the combination of brussels sprouts, honey, and balsamic vinegar in this dish! It makes for a fresh and flavor-filled bite of veggie goodness!

Handful of Easy Ingredients – For such a beautiful side dish, this Balsamic Brussels Sprouts recipe is actually super easy! It used simple steps and only a handful of accessible ingredients!
Sensational Side – This beautiful dish makes a great side dish for holidays but it’s also easy enough for any night of the week!
Healthy Flavor – Balsamic Brussels Sprouts are loaded with healthy benefits and tempting tastes that will make you want to eat sprouts every night!


Mixing Tools – For the tangy balsamic sauce that is used to glaze the Brussels sprouts you will need a small mixing bowl and whisk or spoon to stir with.

Baking Sheet – Bake these green balls on a standard-sized baking sheet. If you want an easier cleanup, line it with parchment before adding the sprouts.


Mustard – A nice prepared mustard brings tons of tangy and earthy zing to the balsamic glaze. Use a stone ground deli-style, brown, or Dijon mustard to get the most rich and zippy flavor.

If you are looking to use a mustard with the most healthy benefits Dijon is low in calories, big in flavor, and full of nutrients. If Dijon’s not your thing, choose your fave because any variety that you like will deliver a bright flavor to this side dish.

Raw Honey – Raw honey is the most natural form of liquid honey. It combs straight off the comb and is not refined so some impurities and cloudiness are normal.

Raw honey can help keep you healthy because of its antibacterial qualities and high level of antioxidants. So next time you want to get healthy before a big event, try this Balsamic Brussels Sprouts recipe!

Balsamic Vinegar – Balsamic vinegar is a deliciously unique form of vinegar. It is made from grapes and aged a minimum of twelve years. This helps it develop strong notes of fruitiness tanginess, sweetness, and sharpness. It’s like a liquid flavor explosion!

This common condiment is more than just an amazing flavor. It is full of nutritious benefits. The antioxidants in balsamic vinegar can help your body from head to toe and all of its sweet and complex flavor comes without calories!

Salt and Pepper – To finish these veggies with style use a little of everyone’s favorite duo, salt and pepper. Sea salt is a great choice and ground black pepper will bring the zing!

Brussels Sprouts – These are the main attraction in this  Balsamic Brussels Sproutsrecipe. Brussels sprouts are a member of the cabbage family that grows on long stalks with tons of leafy heads per stem. When you cut into Brussels sprouts their resemblance to miniature cabbages is even more clear.

Brussels sprouts are considered a winter vegetable but thanks to indoor growing they can be found fresh all year long and they are an excellent source of healthy vitamins and minerals.

This small green veggie brings a big helping of healthy goodness! They are low in calories and carbs but rich in protein so you get plenty of clean energy from this vegetable. And when these little sprouts are roasted they can retain even more of their natural nutrients so you get what you need out of this healthy recipe!

Expert Notes

  • These Brussels sprouts are best enjoyed while they’re warm alongside perfectly cooked chicken or fish or with your favorite low-carb grains!
  • To store, allow the brussels sprouts to cool completely and then move them to an airtight container. Store in the fridge for up to 5 days.
  • To reheat, microwave the leftovers for up to 2 minutes or pop them in the air fryer or toaster oven until warm throughout.

Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Course Side Dish


Balsamic Brussels Sprouts Recipe


    • 1 tbsp mustard
    • 2 tbsp raw honey
    • 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
    • ½ tsp each salt and pepper
    • 500 grams of brussels sprouts
    • Parmesan cheese and extra balsamic vinegar for garnish


    • Step One- Mix the mustard, raw honey, balsamic vinegar, salt, and pepper.
    • Step Two - Peel, wash and halve the brussels sprouts.
    • Step Three - Pour the sauce over the brussels sprouts making sure everything is evenly coated.
    • Step Four - Transfer them to a baking sheet, cut side down.
    • Step Five - Bake.
    • Step Six - Top the finished sprouts with parmesan and little balsamic vinegar, and enjoy!


    Keyword Baked, Keto, Low Calorie, Low carb, Quick & Easy, Vegetable

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    Thank you so much for reading this blog! I hope you try this delicious recipe and that you enjoy it as much as my family and I did! When you do make this yummy veggie dish, please be sure to tag me on Instagram @pure_plates_recipes!

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