Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe

This roasted Brussels sprouts recipe is a fabulously simple and tasty way to prepare Brussels sprouts!

I grew up eating Brussels Sprouts. My grandmother would hear nothing of my protests. So eventually, they grew on me. Especially when coated with a pound of butter and half a container of salt.

A single plate sits on a dark, brick background. It holds a beautiful pile of roasted, golden-brown brussels sprouts which have been cut in half.

But as I grew older, I began to really appreciate the flavor these little guys can bring to a dish.

Now that I’m eating clean, I wanted to come up with a way to prepare them without the pound of butter or gobs of salt.

I found a recipe for grilled brussels sprouts online, and decided to adapt the recipe for my oven.

In truth, I’m not sure if I really adapted it. More like, subtracted it. I subtracted the grill, the Parmesan cheese, and all of the other ingredients listed as optional in the recipe. I also did not add any pepper. There was no rhyme or reason for this, I just left it out cause I was in the mood to. Feel free to add a whole bottle of pepper if that’s what you like.

So here’s my version of this very simple, very yummy side dish.

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe

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A single plate sits on a dark, brick background. It holds a beautiful pile of roasted, golden-brown brussels sprouts which have been cut in half.

Clean Eating Roasted Brussels Sprouts

This roasted Brussels sprouts recipe uses no butter or salt, but this easy side dish is clean eating and SO delicious!
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Servings: 4
Calories: 132kcal
Author: Tiffany McCauley


  • 2 pounds fresh brussels sprouts
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • ¼ teaspoon celery salt


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Place your brussels sprouts in a large colander and wash well. Allow to drip dry for a few minutes.
  • While the brussels sprouts are still in the colander, pour your olive oil and spices over them. Swish around in the colander until the brussels sprouts are well coated.
  • Place your brussels sprouts on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Cover loosely with foil, and place in a preheated oven for about 45 minutes to 1 hour, or until you can easily post the brussels sprouts with a fork.


recipe yields 2 pounds of roasted Brussels sprouts


Serving: 0.5pound | Calories: 132kcal | Carbohydrates: 21g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 4g | Sodium: 202mg | Potassium: 891mg | Fiber: 8g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 1710IU | Vitamin C: 192.8mg | Calcium: 95mg | Iron: 3.2mg

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  1. What temp do you cook your brussels sprouts? I’ve cooked mine ranging from 350-425, but wondering at what temp you find yours to be most delicious. Thanks for your site. Awesome, delish stuff!! 🙂 (Cooking for the week; just finished your recipe for hummus. Added a few chopped black olives. YUM!!)

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Ashley – I usually cook at 350 for just about everything. Seems to work well for me. Enjoy the hummus!

  2. Michelle of Chellbellz says:

    I tried something like this last week and I couldn’t believe that I made Brussels Sprouts taste good. I used Garlic Olive Oil. I ate them for 3 days straight, so good.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Michelle – Yep! They do actually taste good if they are made correctly! lol

  3. Are these supposed to be crisp? Mine came out soft and mushy, I shared the oven with a baking chicken breast. I wonder if that had something to do with it? I’m new to cooking and clean eating and your website has provided me with most of my guidance, thanks!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Lindsay – I could have been the sharing or you could have just cooked them too long. Mine were not mushy, but they aren’t crisp either. Just cooked.

  4. For those who are trying to avoid salt, for which the subtitle for this receipt appeals to, know that celery salt does, as the name implies, have salt in it. In my research, dill seed or dill weed is a possible alternative.

    1. Angela – Correct. But using celery salt in place of regular salt adds extra flavor and allows you to use less. This is a far cry from what is normally used. But I love your suggestion!