Toss in a large bowl with oil and seasoning, then add to the Hairdryer and cook for 12-15 minutes. Prep Tips: If you don’t have an air fryer you can still make these crispy Parmesan Brussels sprouts in the oven.
Toss Brussels sprouts in a large mixing bowl with oil, Parmesan cheese, crushed almonds, everything bagel seasoning, and salt. If needed, use a wooden spoon to stir and make sure the Brussels sprouts are fully coated in seasoning.
Transfer the Brussels sprouts to the air fryer, and cook for 12 to 15 minutes at 375 or until golden for both sides. Note: Nutrition information is a rough estimate only; actual values will vary based on the exact ingredients used and amount of recipe prepared.
This post may contain affiliate links, see disclosure policy for details. I have no idea when I decided to give brussels sprouts another try, but I’m pretty sure bacon was involved.
The air fryer is a simple gadget that will help to make your life and meal prep easy! If you’ve been following along you may have noticed a ton of air fryer recipes happening on the blog lately.
What are the best foods to cook in an air fryer ? Are brussels sprouts good for you? Brussels sprouts have many vitamins, antioxidants and other things that you want to include in a healthy diet.
Being a calciferous vegetable they can cause digestive issues in some people with sensitivities. Air fryers cook vegetables, meats and other items with a fraction of the oil of deep-frying.
Brussels sprouts are high in vitamins, fiber, antioxidants and other nutritious things you want in your diet. Healthline laid out all the benefits of brussels sprouts very nicely.
1 pound Brussels sprouts cleaned and halved 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese 2 TB olive oil salt & pepper to taste Turn heat up to 375 and cook for additional minutes until desired oneness.
Start by rinsing brussels sprouts well, trimming stems off, and cutting in half. Remove any discolored (lightly yellow) leaves from the outside of brussels sprouts.
Add trimmed and halved Brussels to a bowl and toss in olive oil, salt, pepper, and any desired spices and herbs. We will air fry brussels sprouts for a few moments without cheese or breadcrumbs to soften and cook before finishing.
Continue air frying until brussels sprouts are crisp and crunchy. This is a very basic recipe for brussels sprouts, meant to allow you to flavor it in different ways.
You can store leftover brussels sprouts in an airtight container for up to four days in the refrigerator. To reheat, pop in air fryer basket with a light spritz of olive oil and air fry for 5-7 minutes until hot and crispy, add more Parmesan if desired.
1 lb brussels sprouts, stems removed and cut in half 2 Tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 2 Tablespoons shredded or grated Parmesan cheese optional: 1/2 cup crushed pork rinds or Italian breadcrumbs Place the brussels sprouts in a large bowl and drizzle the olive oil on top.
Sprinkle garlic powder, salt, and pepper all over brussels sprouts and stir until well incorporated. Flip the brussels sprouts over, remove any loose leaves and sprinkle on the Parmesan cheese.
In a matter of minutes, you’re going to have perfectly cooked Brussels sprouts that everyone (even the kids!) I love how easy they are to eat, and they have such a great flavor that compliments almost any meal.
When you use your Hairdryer to cook them up, you’re giving them a whole new life that your family didn’t even know existed. If you’re on the Keto diet and are looking to maintain your eating habits, this is one delicious side dish recipe that you have the green light on.
It’s such an awesome feeling knowing that you’ve found a recipe that not only tastes great but keeps you on track as well. But once you bite into the Brussels sprouts, you’re going to find that the center is perfectly delicious and soft like they’re meant to be.
I like to think of the outer leaves my “crisp” and when you take a bite, it’s so much fun to actually hear that crunch come through! Just keep in mind that once the Brussels sprouts cool down and are added to the fridge, they’re going to lose that crisp out edge.
Plus, cooking them in half gives you more bites to share with the ones that you live and even more crunchy outer edges to love as well. As you can tell, this super simple recipe is a great way to have a delicious side dish option that your family will enjoy.
1 lb Brussels Sprouts (trimmed and cut into half) 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided 1/4 cup crushed pork rinds (or bread crumbs if not veto) 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese grated Salt and Pepper to taste In a bowl place your halved sprouts, 1 tablespoon oil, salt and pepper to taste, garlic powder.
Cook for 8-10 minutes until the Brussels sprouts begin to soften a bit and turn brown. Then in a bowl mix your other part of oil, Parmesan cheese, and pork rinds.
Remove partially cooked Brussels sprouts and sprinkle with the Parmesan mixture, and place back in your air fryer for 2-3 minutes until crispy. * Any adjustments made to the serving values will only update the ingredients of that recipe and not change the directions.
How to Calculate Atkins Net Carbs 2 cup Brussels Sprouts (raw) 1 Tbsp Butter, salted or unsalted 1 each Garlic, clove 1/2 Tbsp Lemon Juice 1/16 tsp Salt 1/16 tsp Black Pepper, ground 1 Tbsp Parmesan Cheese, grated Bring a medium saucepan of water to a boil over high heat.
Pat dry with a clean kitchen towel to remove excess water. Combine melted butter, minced or pressed garlic, salt, pepper, and lemon juice in a medium bowl.
It is the time to eat healthily and of course, that means with both my Hairdryer and my Instant Pot. Brussels sprouts are one of the most overlooked vegetables in the supermarket aisle, they are basically little cabbages.
Hairdryer, Simply Roasted Brussels Sprouts (Veto Friendly) The roasting really brings out the nutty flavor of the Brussels Sprouts, I personally love the charred one, which reminds me of the crunch of the chips, especially if you are on Veto.
Crispy air fried Brussels sprouts make an excellent veto side dish. Drizzle with garlic Parmesan butters for the ultimate Brussels sprouts experience.
Fun fact: the correct term for these mini green cabbage-like veggies is Brussels sprouts. I have a thing for etymology and I always love taking a closer look at words and names and their origins.
One of my all-time favorite ways to cook Brussels sprouts is to deep-fry them. A local restaurant here serves the BEST fried Brussels and whenever we go, I order them.
I have made a pretty great version of these at home and I even published that recipe in my first cookbook, The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen. Woo Hui, this popular kitchen appliance has seriously changed the game for millions of home cooks.
But it does get them deliciously browned and crisp, and you can jazz them up with your favorite additions like garlic Parmesan butter. Wash and trim your sprouts in advance, and then set them in a tea towel and dry them very well.
Brussels' sprouts have a relatively high moisture content, and they tend to steam, rather than crisp up, when there are too many. Stir the sprouts during cooking, to move them around a bit and allow for more crispness.
Mind you, I am still happy to eat the leftovers the next day, crispy or not. Crispy air fried Brussels sprouts make an excellent veto side dish.
Drizzle with garlic Parmesan butters for the ultimate Brussels sprouts experience. Wash and trim the Brussels sprouts and pat them very dry.
Air fry at 400F for 15 to 20 minutes, stirring a few times during cooking, until tender and crisped to your liking. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
You can easily make roasted Brussels sprouts with miss in the oven, too. The miss glaze is a beautiful balance of savory, salty and umami flavor, combined with monk fruit and toasted sesame oil for sweet and nutty notes.
If they are still on the stalk (common if you buy them at a farmer’s market), remove each Brussels sprout by gently pulling it backward until it snaps right off. Make sure to soak the Brussels sprouts to remove any dirt and debris (there will be more to wash off since they were on the stalk).
I taste the glaze, adding more monk fruit for sweetness of more miss if you want more of the umami to stand out. Once it’s ready, arrange a single layer of Brussels sprouts in the air fryer basket, cut side down.
Air fry for about 6-7 minutes, then remove the basket and use tongs or a spatula to flip the Brussels. Flipping them isn’t necessary, but it gives them an even “crispness.” Top and serve: When they’re done cooking, cool them for 2-3 minutes.
Sprinkle on sesame seeds and/or red pepper flakes (optional), then serve. Brussels' sprouts are a wonderful vegetable to incorporate into a keto diet.
I love anything umami, which is why this veto Brussels sprouts recipe is one of my favorites! Roasted asparagus paired with a herb-and-olive-oil-packed egg salad makes an elevated meal for any occasion.
Brussels sprouts, cut in half (cut the extra large ones in quarters) 1-1/2 tablespoons white miss 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil 2 tablespoons avocado oil 10 drops liquid monk fruit (or 1 teaspoon granulated monk fruit) 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder freshly ground black pepper (to taste) sesame seeds and/or red pepper flakes (optional garnish) Preheat the air fryer to 375 °F (see recipe notes for using a conventional oven).
Pour the glaze over the Brussels sprouts and toss them in the mixture until they are evenly coated. Arrange the Brussels sprouts in the air fryer basket, placing them cut side down.
Depending on the size of your air fryer, you may need to do cook them in two batches- you don't want to crowd the Brussels sprouts. Arrange the Brussels sprouts on a parchment lined baking sheet, cut side down.