Brussels Sprout Gratin

November/December 2011

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A creamy Brussels sprouts casserole is a delightful accompaniment to any holiday meal. Our healthier version skips the heavy cream and butter found in most recipes—saving about 160 calories and 12 grams of saturated fat compared to a traditional version.

Brussels Sprout Gratin

2 Reviews for Brussels Sprout Gratin

Creamy yet guilt-free, and very tasty!

I had 2 cups sprouts on hand for just the two of us and it was easy to reduce the recipe. 20 minutes was plenty to roast the sprouts. Used a touch of shredded Jarlsberg Swiss instead of bread crumbs. Nice creamy texture and wonderful flavor. This is a keeper!

A little bland but otherwise, a good fall side dish

Hmm, not sure what this is missing but it's a little bland. I guess if you are serving this as a side (which I would assume you would) and eating it in combination with something else then it wouldn't matter as much. I think 25 minutes is not enough to roast the brussels sprouts and I would suggest maybe even doubling the time to bring out its natural nutty flavour.

Not too many steps, easy to throw together

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