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Cider-Glazed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon & Almonds

Cider-Glazed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon & Almonds recipe
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Cooked in apple cider and served with bacon and almonds, this amazing dish will turn everyone into a fan of Brussels sprouts.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 2/3 cup each
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posted:
11/6/2013
Flavor that explodes in your mouth.
posted:
7/23/2013
I have made these several times now and each time there is someone at dinner who says "I don't eat Brussels sprouts" but after tasting them they ask for seconds! This is a keeper.
posted:
12/30/2012
Has become a new family tradition for Holidays both Thanksgiving and Christmas! I did use a bit more bacon the second time around though and my son liked that more.
posted:
11/23/2012
I made this for Thanksgiving this year for the first time. It was a huge hit and I was asked to make it again for Christmas. Very tasty. I love Brussel Sprouts and can eat them plain. This let me share them with not huge fans and they went back for seconds.
posted:
7/9/2012
I loved the combination and flavor.
posted:
6/17/2012
Even if you don't like brussel sprouts you will love this recipe. Didn't make it for T-Day this time, and was told it must become a tradition so it will be on the menu next year.
posted:
5/8/2012
I made this recipe today and it was really great. I didn't have the almonds on hand, but it still turned out great. Will include the almonds next time i make it.
posted:
12/13/2011
i used green giant frozen brussles sprouts in butter sauce. cooked them in microwave as directions said. left out the butter and the browning phase of the recipe. when added the other ingredients and cooked down the juices, not much different from just the frozen package. but is prettier to serve so i will probably do this again.
posted:
11/29/2011
This recipe was a hit at our family Thanksgiving. Absolutely delicious and also very beautiful to display.
posted:
11/22/2011
It came out awesome. Had some fresh brussels sprouts from our farmshare and some cider from the apple picking farm. It was pure magic. Have made it a couple of times since and it is still delicious!!!
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