If you have trouble eating your vegetables or can’t get your kids to at least try some of the green varieties, try this twist on Brussels sprouts for a healthy switch. Hazelnuts have a distinctive taste and are usually reserved for desserts, making this an enticing topping for a common vegetable.
2 lb of brussels sprouts
1/2 cup fat-free chicken broth
Salt and pepper
4 Tbsp of hazelnuts
1. Cook sprouts 4 minutes in broth until crisp.
2. Add pinch of salt and pepper.
3. Top with hazelnuts.
Low in saturated fat, low in cholesterol, low in sodium, low in sugar and low in calories, a good source of fiber, Brussels sprouts are high in Vitamins K, C and A. They have cancer-fighting benefits and recent studies indicate DNA protective properties. The hazelnuts are packed with protein and are a heart healthy, rich tasting nut to spice up any dish.