By: Kara Parnell Brussel Sprouts are impressively high in antioxidants, fiber, and a slue of vitamins, including vitamin K and C. As parents, we know that brussel sprouts are dainty little packages of nutrition and goodness, but to most kids, brussel sprouts feel more like a punishment than a gift. How can we get our kiddos to eat brussel sprouts? Add a little cheese and pasta, of course! This easy recipe for Caramelized Brussel Sprouts with Pasta, is warm, comforting and deliciously healthy! The sprouts are sliced thin, and are hardly recognizable as the little cabbages they once were, to kids. They'll gobble up the lovely caramelized pieces, twirling bite after bite of this tasty pasta with cheesy, balsamic and garlic sauce, on their forks. Try this quick, easy, and healthy dinner tonight, and celebrate a major parent win, as you make even your pickiest eater happy to eat a plate of brussel sprouts! Source: "10 Ways Brussel Sprouts Benefit Your Health", healthline.com Photo Source: minimalistbaker.com
To make this recipe even healthier, sub out the Parmesan for your favorite vegan cheese, and choose a brown rice, or spelt pasta. To make this recipe vegetarian, sub out veggie broth for the chicken bone broth.