Easter is one of my favorite holidays for many reasons. Outside of the obvious religious significance, it also marks the beginning of Spring, it’s always right around my birthday, there’s candy and adorable kid outfits, and it always just feels so fresh, new, and full of hope. ?
My family and I enjoy getting together for a delicious, indulgent, Thanksgiving-esque dinner to celebrate Easter. This year I wanted to contribute a side that was a tad bit healthier, yet still tasty enough to be able to hang with our other (carbier) favorites.
I have a new-found obsession with brussels sprouts, thanks to my boyfriend! I really think they get a bad rap and don’t get the credit they deserve because if done right, they are incredibly flavorful.
Side note: have you ever seen brussels sprouts plants?? They’re adorable! We had a dinner discussion of how they grow and I was NOT expecting what I saw. Seriously, you should google it, it’s so strange.
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