- 1 1/2 pounds brussels sprouts (halved, stems and ragged outer leaves removed*)
- 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
- 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
- 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
- 1 teaspoon honey
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Michael R. 9 days ago
Good, but ironically better without the balsamic and honey.
Kahuna Steve Allen 20 days ago
First time to try roasted sprouts. The balsamic takes it to a whole new level
Yummly User 19 Sep
Delicious- and I’ve always hated Brussels sprouts!
Tara 5 Sep
Ah-mazing!!!! No mods, I make this weekly. So easy.
Velez 28 Jul
Loved it it did not take long to make my daughter wants me to make it again for her.
Chris H. 12 May
Very good. Next time would use less salt, but the balsamic/honey glaze was a nice touch
BRENDA H. 10 May
I really enjoyed them and I would definitely make them again
Isabel Cristina 6 May
According to instructions. It was perfect
Sha B. 22 Apr
Very delicious! My go to for now on
Bikelocke 17 Apr
Delicious. Not to acidic or sweet
Nicole 17 Apr
Will try again with a balsamic reduction instead of just a toss in balsamic vinegar. Overall flavor was a little lacking. While good, there are a lot of other Brussels sprout recipes I’ve had that are better. Mine weren’t very crispy as I overcrowded my pan, but still the lack of flavor was my main issue
Patrick 8 Apr
very delicious added feta cheese.
Jim 29 Mar
I added chopped ginger, which went well w/flavours.
Tamara Johnson 28 Mar
These were great! I love Brussels sprouts but had always had them fixed by my Mother with a white cream sauce. Panera bread has a great balsamic salad dressing so I used that instead of the honey and balsamic vinehgar. Give that a try! Soooo good!!
Bill 12 Feb
Not a big fan of Brussels sprouts, I thought this recipe would help me enjoy them, well it didn’t not enough flavor to overcome the strong taste of the sprouts. I guess I’ll give up trying to like Brussels sprouts.
Becca 3 Feb
Great! Loved them. Totally make them again
Rita 30 Jan
Easy! And tasty! This will become one of my staples
TM Hurtt 29 Jan
Really good! Will make again and so easy!!
Rick L. 22 Jan
Turned out good. I was out of olive oil, so used vegetable oil instead. Still came out good.
Sreepada 20 Jan
Love it So very simple I skipped the homey
Flavia 20 Jan
Easy to make and really delicious love the taste of balsamic with the honey. Yum!
Jeff C. 7 Jan
Great! So easy and delicious. Never thought about honey but good call. Quick, nutritious and delicious!
Herb 19 Dec 2017
Excellent . Would make again
Carol 11 Dec 2017
Quick and easy, makes for a nice side dish
Mando 6 Dec 2017
Exelent for an apetizer
Scott Lindsay 30 Nov 2017
Different flavor but very good
Janice Dudzinski 22 Nov 2017
Delicious and simple to prepare !!
Dorin Vlas 22 Nov 2017
eating right now. niceeee!
Judy D. 1 Jul 2017
I made this recipe many times and always turned well. I used himalayan salt and added dash of cumin and sometimes cayenne pepper.
Oneeka Williams 28 Mar 2017
These Brussel sprouts were so good. I ate them like candy. The vinegar combined with honey masked the initial sprout taste that some find unappealing. Roasting them added an irresistible crunch. My least favorite vegetable just became one of my staple foods.