29 Boast-worthy Keto Brussels Sprouts Recipes
Brussels sprouts have transformed from dreaded childhood vegetable to trend-setting star of the food world. I’ve put together a list of 29 Keto-friendly Brussels sprouts recipes jam-packed with flavor and nutrition (and, of course, Instagram-friendly too!)
There are lots of reasons to get more brussels sprouts into your diet. Registered Dietitian Rachael Link, RD says, “Brussels sprouts are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, making them a nutritious addition to your diet. They may also come with added health benefits, including the potential to reduce the risk of cancer, decrease inflammation and improve blood sugar control.”
It’s no surprise why foodies have rediscovered these little green nuggets of glory. Not only are Brussels sprouts super healthy, but they’re also amazingly versatile. Whether roasted, fried, boiled, or even served raw, Brussels sprouts easily can take a meal from zero to hero. And with 29 recipes for stir-frys, salads, and side dishes, you’ll soon rediscover how delicious these sprouts can be!
Here are just a few of the 29 Boast-worthy Keto Brussels Sprouts Recipes we’ve included:
- Roasted Turkey Breast, Mushrooms and Brussels Sprouts
- Low Carb Chicken Enchilada Bake (Contains Dairy)
- Brussels Sprouts Bacon Breakfast Hash
- Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Chorizo
- Apple Cider Pork Burger and Brussels Sprout Salad (Contains Dairy)
- Shaved Brussels Slaw with Hazelnuts, Apple and Mint
- Paleo Brussels Sprouts with Butternut Squash and Bacon
- Crispy Chicken Legs and Brussels Sprouts
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Roasted Keto Brussels Sprouts
– Keto Summit
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, olive oil, garlic, bacon, salt, pepper.
Bacon and Brussels sprouts are a match made in heaven. The salty taste of bacon is irresistible and perfect for those who are on Whole30. This is such a simple recipe and you can make it on a single baking tray which means there’s hardly any washing up to do!
– The Healthy Foodie
Photo Credit: Sonia from The Healthy Foodie
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, extra-virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, lemon juice, garlic, Himalayan salt, cracked black pepper, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary, blanched almonds.
Oven roasting sprouts is a great way to keep them crunchy and lock in all the lovely flavor. These balsamic glazed beauties are very enticing and make the perfect side dish for a dinner party.
– Don’t Eat The Spatula
Ingredients: acorn squash, Brussel sprouts, bacon fat, ground ginger, cinnamon, sea salt, garlic powder.
This is another meal which can be made using just one tray. Roasted squash and Brussels sprouts with ginger, cinnamon and garlic flavors has to be a winner. Especially when you have it as a side to some tasty chicken.
– Healing Family Eats
Photo Credit: Healing Family Eats
Ingredients: solid fat, Brussels sprouts, anchovy fillets, orange zest, orange juice, apple cider vinegar, sea salt.
The extra orange flavor in this recipe gives it a unique, sweet and tangy kick. These charred sprouts would be the perfect addition to the dinner table at Thanksgiving or Christmas.
– Peace, Love and Low Carb
Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, maple bacon, onion, garlic, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt, pepper.
This amazing low carb recipe makes for a super tasty side dish which wouldn’t be out of place on a plate with a nice steak. In just 30 minutes you’ll be able to tuck into these yummy sprouts.
Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm
Ingredients: olive oil, salt, black pepper, garlic powder, turkey breast, Brussels sprouts, mushrooms.
If you enjoy turkey as much as I do, you won’t be waiting until the holidays before tucking into a nice turkey dinner. This dish from Tasha at Ketogasm is the perfect meal to warm you up on a winter’s evening after a busy day at work.
Sautéed Keto Brussels Sprouts
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, apple, bacon, pecans, salt, bacon fat or olive oil or coconut oil.
This super quick dish is perfect for when you’ve had enough of plain old Brussels and bacon. You still get a bit of a bacon taste, but the addition of apple and pecans adds another dimension to this recipe.
– Rubies and Radishes
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, ghee, parsley, pine nuts, garlic, lemon zest, lemon juice, olive oil, salt, pepper, red pepper.
Gremolata is usually served with veal in Italy, but here it has been used to add some zesty flavor to sprouts. If you want to add some meat to this dish, try panchetta for a salty kick.
– Freckles Italian
Ingredients: olive oil, yellow onion, garlic, chicken breasts, taco seasoning (or a mixture of cumin, chili powder, cayenne pepper), Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, enchilada sauce (use one with little to no added sugar), cheddar cheese (optional), salt, pepper, lettuce, red onion.
This recipe is a great filling meal which is perfect for serving to the whole family. You can omit cheese if you’re on a completely dairy-free journey but it makes a great addition to the sprouts and mushrooms in this bake.
– Food For My Family
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, bacon, garlic, shallots, apple cider vinegar, butter, eggs, salt, pepper.
Sprouts can be a great way to start your day, so this recipe is perfect for you if you’re willing to give that a try. A bacon and sprout hash is topped with eggs, for a truly hearty breakfast.
– I Breathe I’m Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry
Ingredients: chorizo, Brussels sprouts, olive oil.
Chorizo makes most dishes taste absolutely amazing – including these caramelized Brussels sprouts. This makes a great dish for lunch or dinner, but could also be an interesting side for a roast dinner.
– Strictly Delicious
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, bacon, capers, garlic, lemon zest, sea salt.
These salty, bacon-y Brussels sprouts are a great twist on basic sprouts and the briny flavor of the capers works so well with the lemon zest. It’s like a disco of flavors going on on your tastebuds.
Raw Paleo Brussels Sprouts
– Eat Heal Thrive
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, white turnips, apple, lime juice, olive oil, ginger, lime zest, dijon mustard, salt.
Another slaw recipe, but this time completely raw. With crunchy turnip and a zesty dressing, these sprouts will definitely surprise you. Add your new found slaw favorite to your go-to meat dish for a twist!
– My Heart Beets
Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, bacon, walnuts, fruit of choice – use berries, pumpkin seeds or southern grove sunflower kernels, extra virgin olive oil or avocado oil, balsamic vinegar, salt, black pepper, Dijon mustard.
This naturally sweet salad is a summer must! If you’re heading to a garden party then definitely make a big batch of this as your offering for the party table.
– Joanna Frankham
Ingredients: lemon juice, lemon zest, shallot, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, salt, curly kale or cavolo nero, Brussels sprouts.
This long-lasting salad can be made in large batches and used throughout the week with multiple meals. Kale and sprouts together are a vitamin dream team and also contain carotenoids, folic acid and lots of fiber – brilliant!
Photo Credit: Rach from Meatified
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, red onion, kumquats, avocado, anchovy fillets, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, mint leaves, flat leaf parsley, ground ginger.
Avocado is one of my favorite foods as it is so versatile and full of healthy fats. In this shaved sprout salad recipe you’ll find some strong flavors – with punchy kumquat, salty anchovies and refreshing mint for good measure.
– Wicked Stuff
Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed
Ingredients: olive oil, Brussels sprouts, apple cider, ground pork, ground cumin, ground coriander, cayenne pepper, cheddar cheese, yellow onion, apple, salt, pepper.
Who can resist a burger? This apple cider pork lovely from Wicked Stuff looks amazing and I can’t wait to try out my own version of this recipe. You can make these as spicy as you like too, so great for all palates.
– The Paleo Mom
Photo Credit: Sarah from The Paleo Mom
Ingredients: hazelnuts, pancetta or bacon, Brussels sprouts, garlic, lemon, extra virgin olive oil, salt, apple, mint.
Making a slaw from shaved sprouts is such a great idea and Sarah from The Paleo Mom has come up with this unique and yummy recipe. Hazelnuts, apple and mint may sound a little different, but combined it makes an amazing side or topping for a tasty Keto burger recipe.
Other Keto Brussels Sprouts
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, bacon.
One of the quickest and simplest recipes I’ve ever made, but very satisfying. It also only requires 2 pots, so if it’s your turn to do the dishes, make this for dinner!
– Paleo Flourish
Ingredients: bacon slab, Brussels sprouts, collard greens, water.
The “BBC” as I call it, contains some great vitamins, minerals and general healthy goodness. This is a great recipe for an easy lunch or dinner. If you have kids who turn their noses up at veg, have them try this – the bacon should make it more palatable for them!
– A Girl Worth Saving
Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, heavy whipping cream, ghee, sea salt, bacon.
Kelly has created a really unique recipe – adding cream to Brussels sprouts. This side dish would be stunning with a nice steak or turkey breast.
– Beauty and the Foodie
Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie
Ingredients: pork chops, olive oil or avocado oil, sea salt, pepper, chicken broth, Dijon mustard, balsamic vinegar, unsweetened applesauce, onion, garlic, Brussels sprouts, fresh rosemary, fresh sage, bacon.
Once again, bacon is the best friend of Brussels sprouts in this dish, this time as a side for a yummy pork chop. The best thing about this recipe is that is can all be made in one pan!
– Healy Eats Real
Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real
Ingredients: brussels sprouts, ghee or oil, garlic, lemon zest, salt, pepper, balsamic vinegar.
Brussels sprouts are a typical side for a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, but why not take these delightful veg into your everyday and make them for you regular evening meal? Balsamic glaze adds some tang to this recipe.
– Paleo Effect
Photo Credit: Meghan & Angel from The Paleo Effect
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, shallot, garlic, uncured bacon, butternut squash, olive oil, sea salt, black pepper, thyme.
The sweetness of butternut squash complements the earthy and sometimes mildly bitter taste of sprouts and makes for a yummy recipe. Seasoning vegetables is the perfect way to convert those who think they don’t like them!
– Ditch The Carbs
Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs
Ingredients: Brussels sprouts, bacon, butter, garlic, orange zest, walnuts pieces.
If you want to stay dairy free, then this recipe won’t be for you, as the key element to these sprouts is their butteriness. You could still try the combination of orange, bacon, walnut and sprouts in another way however – it is pretty tasty!
– So Let’s Hang Out
Ingredients: chicken legs, Brussels sprouts, coconut oil, salt, pepper, garlic, olive oil, lemon, and chicken stock.
If there was ever a perfect accompaniment to sprouts, then delicious crispy chicken legs would be it! This simple meal pretty quick to make, so would be the ideal recipe to try out for dinner.