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It’s easy to add this 5-ingredient Brussels sprouts recipe to your healthy dinner menu—and you should. These babies bring a hefty dose of filling fiber, which is only outdone by the flavor.
WHY I LOVE THIS RECIPE
Cruciferous vegetables are one of the most nutritious foods you can eat, and they’re in season during the fall and winter months. Just one cup of cooked Brussels sprouts offers over 100 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C and vitamin K, as well as 16 percent of the recommended daily intake of fiber for women and 11 percent for men.
Brussels sprouts combined with raisins (and optional rosemary) will create the perfect balance of flavors while enhancing your digestive health and fueling your body with antioxidants. Plus, your kids just might get curious enough to eat some if they see raisins tossed in…mine did!
(Photos: Mary Stewart)