Apple Cider Glazed Brussels Sprouts

Apple Cider Glazed Brussels Sprouts

The joy of using fabulous fresh produce right from the farmer is that you don’t have to do much to enhance it.

It shines all on its own. Like these amazing Brussels Sprouts from Rents Due Farms.

Mike Shriver- Rents Due Farm

Dr. Jean Layton How much do you love Brussels sprouts? You can see how much I do.

Rents Due Ranch (Stanwood, WA) usually sells their lovely organic Brussels sprouts through PCC but this year the store needed them sooner and had to go with another farmer.

Farmstr stepped in and bought the entire harvest, then sold it directly to their clients. Click through to see what is available now.

Now, lucky me with 5 stalks of Brussels Sprouts wanted to find some amazing things to do with them and hopefully turn on my Brussels sprout hating neighbors.

This incredibly simple 2 ingredient recipe was one of the solutions.

Apple Cider Jelly

Fresh Apple Cider, cooked till it was thick and syrupy, then the Brussels added to steam for a few minutes.

That is it. So incredible, sweet and earthy at the same time. Even the leftovers were incredible.

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Apple Cider Glazed Brussels Sprouts
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Serves: 4
  • 1 cup Fresh Apple Cider
  • 2 cups Fresh Brussels Sprouts- larger ones cut in half
  1. Place cider in large frying pan.
  2. Cook till the cider reduces by ⅔s and thickens
  3. Add the Brussels sprouts.
  4. Cover pan and cook for 2-3 minutes till the sprouts are tender and well glazed
  5. Serve immediately

 I’ll let you know when our Brussels Kraut is done and share that recipe then.

What do you do with Brussels Sprouts?


    • says

      I’m sorry you’re disappointed and I can see why there is confusion. My Instagram feed is the column on the far right, and I just take pictures as I cook for my family. The Cherry Buttermilk Coffee Cake was our Sunday morning treat. It is this recipe with the substitution of cherry pie filling and slivered almonds on the top.

      Frequently, those pictures will be recipes in the future, but your comment has me thinking that they might be frustrating rather than fun.
      Hope you enjoy the cake.