This two-ingredient, bacon-wrapped brussel sprouts recipe is the perfect appetizer for a delicious Thanksgiving feast. They are healthy, easy to make, and oh so tasty!
Thanksgiving is hands down my favorite holiday and always has been! Love me the combination of food and family. #theresnothingbetter My lovely blogger friends and I are back with a Thanksgiving recipe collaboration. This month we focused on whole foods sans gluten, dairy, grains, and sugar.
I got assigned the appetizer and my recipe includes bacon. Because why not. Scroll all the way down for that recipe. For now, let’s take a lookski at what everyone else made.
Davida from The Healthy Maven made Paleo Pumpkin Pie with Pumpkin Seed Crust
Lexi from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen made Paleo Biscuits.
Taylor from Food, Faith, Fitness made Maple Curry Roasted Sweet Potatoes.
I went crazy with my recipe and used two whole ingredients (plus salt and pepper). It can’t get much tastier and easier than this one, guys! This Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sprouts Recipe is GOLD!
Side note: apparently Davida just started liking bacon. What thaaaaaaa.
Now she eats it like twice a day.
You could use any flavor of bacon you desire…like an Apple Maple Smoked Bacon, man, that would have been delish!
I prepared myself for a giant greasy mess, but the bacon in the oven actually didn’t produce as much grease as pan frying. Few.
If I were a piece of girl bacon, I’d totally hit on this boy bacon.
Yah, I didn’t get that joke either but I just went with it, okay.
Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sprouts Recipe
- 12 strips of bacon
- 12 medium/large brussel sprouts
- ground black pepper to taste
- Preheat oven to 375ºF and line a baking sheet with tin foil.
- Then, prep brussel sprouts by washing and patting dry with a paper towel.
- To make bacon wrapped brussel sprouts. Place a brussel sprout at the top of a piece of bacon. Roll up brussel sprout inside of bacon, using the full piece of bacon to wrap, then place on baking sheet. Season with pepper, to taste.
- Bake at 375ºF for 30-35 minutes depending on how crispy you like your bacon.
- To serve, insert a toothpick into each brussel sprout.
You can even make bacon and brussels sprout pops out of this recipe.
Who needs a cake pop when you can have a bacon pop?!