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Creamy Cheesy Brussels Sprouts au Gratin

Creamy Cheesy Brussels Sprouts au Gratin recipe
photo by:kraft
Even the kids will love this cheesy dish!
10 min
1 hr
8 servings, 1 cup each
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I made this tonight and it was sooo good! It's an easy recipe and great for someone who doesn't care for brussel sprouts. I will make this again, and again!
Love it!
I have made this twice and it is awesome!!! Sooo good!
My family wasn't a fan of the brussels sprouts, but this recipe got them to at least try them. I thought it was pretty good, and will probably make it in the future for a family reunion or something.
Very good!!!
I've made this recipe twice so far and my husband and I both liked it. I boiled potatoes with the asparagus and added them as well and liked the combination. The nutmeg goes well.
Wrong photo! (The food in this photo looks almost exactly like the recipe for "Autumn Vegetable Saute," so they must have made a mistake?) When you make this recipe (which is delicious, btw), what you REALLY get is a casserole dripping in a cheesy sauce ... Mmm. And brussels sprouts are usually too bitter for me, but the taste worked really well with the cheese sauce & I didn't use any seasonings (no nutmeg, etc.), so I don't think they're really necessary. I also substituted organic raw sharp cheddar, because I like the taste & texture better than conventional. One more thing, I always make my sauces in the microwave, because they turn out perfect (no burning!)
I burned the milk (as always) so i just used canned cheddar cheese soup. It worked fine. Next time I'll add a little milk to the soup so its not so thick. The Husband loved it :)
This was good. Something different to do with brussell sprouts. I think I still like mine with just butter and seasoning. But if you're looking to try something knew this was pretty good. Add some seasonings. And I used alot of Ritz which turned out good.
I don't eat brussels sprouts very much and decided to try this recipe. It was easy to put together and had a really good flavor to it. My husband, who loves brussels sprouts loves this recipe. Its a keeper !!
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