Sweeten Up Your Brussels Sprouts (Kid Approved)

By: Foodlets

I'm going to say something that may sound like bragging, but stick with me: my kids eat Brussels sprouts. Here's the story: there are three of them — ages 4, 2 and 1 — and each one eats these mini cabbages with a different level of, shall we say, enthusiasm. So with all those juicy cranberries around the house typically destined for muffins, I threw a handful into our last pan of oven-roasted sprouts and the good got even better. And those resigned to trying a couple of polite bites got even happier. Get the recipe for Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries at Foodlets.com.

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