Tell me there’s a better veggie than Brussels sprouts! With Brussels sprout salad recipes like these, you’ll totally agree.
When prepared right, these baby cabbages are totally tantalizing.
If you’re over plain roasted Brussels, then give one of these salads a try.
From vinaigrettes and bacon to fruits and cheeses, there are so many tasty additions to be had!
You’ll find a variety of salads on this list, with hot and cold dishes galore.
Break out the chopping board, it’s time to dig into 17 of my favorite Brussels sprouts salad recipes!
I can’t be the only one who goes straight for the salad buffet at the holidays.
This scrumptious salad is one of my favorites to serve at these get-togethers!
You’ll love how easy it is to make this salad for a big crowd, and how good it is too!
With pine nuts, cranberries, and Brussels in a light dressing, it’s bound to be good.
For super quick chopping, pop the Brussels in a food processor. They’ll be shaved in no time!
Some eaters may be on the fence about Brussels sprouts. This divine salad is a great way to introduce new veggies!
There are so many delicious additions to this salad, you might not even notice the Brussels.
Toasted almonds, bacon, and dried cherries to name a few!
For a whole meal, this salad is amazing with grilled chicken or shrimp!
Balsamic dressing has to be my favorite for a salad. Add that to a big bowl of trimmed Brussels? Count me in.
It’s light, tangy, and a combo of sweet and savory. I mean, what’s not to love?
This chopped-style salad has the perfect pairing of sweet and savory.
Whether for a fall dinner or a quick lunch, you can’t go wrong!
I’m working on a petition to get “bacon” listed as a synonym for “heaven” in the dictionary.
Is there any way to go wrong with bacon involved?
A home-style citrus and shallot vinaigrette is on the menu tonight!
It tops some crunchy bacon, almonds, and chopped Brussels sprouts.
If you don’t have a mandoline, you can hand-chop the sprouts.
Serve this salad with freshly-grated parmesan for the best flavor.
This is probably the least kid-friendly salad on this list, but it’s so good!
Save this recipe for lunch prepping, or maybe a dinner for two.
Prepare your tastebuds for a crunchy kale and Brussels salad that is out of this world.
The citrus Dijon mustard dressing, which finishes off this salad perfectly, is so easy to make!
This salad is excellent on its own, or as a side for a nicely grilled filet.
Do yourself a favor and try out this homey salad. Blue cheese and Brussels sprouts are a match made in heaven.
Finish out the fall vibes with crisp red apples, pecans, and balsamic vinaigrette. A little tang, a little sweet, and a whole lot of tasty!
This salad is perfect for a Thanksgiving dinner table. What’s a better way to balance out all those carbs than a delicious salad?
I know what you’re thinking. These are all sweet and savory Brussels sprout recipes. Yes, but this one is too good to omit!
Fall in love with the grapes, creamy goat cheese, and shaved Brussels sprouts in this recipe.
The slaw texture of the Brussels and dressing go great with sweet grapes and goat cheese.
A little extra crunch with the nuts is the perfect finish. Store it in the fridge for an easy, delicious lunch!
I’m always excited to try a savory recipe with pears.
They’re light and refreshing addition to salads, and unfortunately not used enough. Cue the scrumptious pear salad picture.
Add shredded Brussels sprouts to a skillet and warm with oil.
Then, stir them together with sliced pears, cranberries, and vinaigrette. Yes, it’s really that easy!
Not only is this recipe incredibly simple, but it’s frugal, too. Your body and wallet will thank you for this one!
Don’t wait for the new year to begin your clean eating goals! This wonderful fall salad will leave you inspired to begin now!
Your holiday meals deserve a nutritious and delicious salad like this at the table.
With kale, Brussels sprouts, and sweet potatoes, it’s full of nutrients.
Not to mention the almond slices, currants, and quinoa mixed in!
Don’t skip out on the lemon shallot dressing.
There’s no need to sneak the veggies to your kids tonight. This salad is so good, even the pickiest of eaters will ask for more!
Okay, no promises there. But if this doesn’t get everyone to love Brussels sprouts, I don’t know what will.
Tender chicken, toasted walnuts, and chopped Brussels sprouts unite in this dish. It’s all coated in a creamy mustard dressing.
It’s time to get cozy and settle into our favorite fall foods!
Everything about this recipe screams autumn, and you’re certain to love it.
I’m talking pumpkin seeds, cranberries, roasted squash, and maple syrup. Don’t forget the roasted Brussels sprouts, too!
Seriously, this is the perfect warm salad for a fall family gathering.
I’ll admit, I’m a sucker for egg rolls and fried rice. But for a healthier version of Asian cuisine, this recipe takes the cake.
Or, rather the salad. You know what I mean!
The texture of this recipe is much like a slaw, and I’m not mad about it. Crunchy, tangy, and so simple.
This recipe is excellent with a light fish on the side and refrigerates well. Say hello to clean-eating lunch preps!
Any salad with a little sweet, a little savory, and a lot of nutrition is a win in my book. If you agree, you have to try this salad!
Juicy blueberries, creamy avocado, and crunchy kale combine for this salad.
With a few more fixings, you have one screamin’ salad!
As the cooler months settle in, this is a great salad for a bit of summer brightness.
It’s well-balanced, healthy, and so easy to make.
Classic Caesar will always be a favorite in my house.
This simple twist is a perfect substitution for a change of pace at the dinner table!
Rather than relying on romaine for your veggies, why not step it up with Brussels sprouts?
They’re way more nutritious and have a little extra flavor!
This recipe is totally vegan and has a deliciously fresh homemade Caesar dressing.
Top it with crunchy croutons, and some chicken for the total package.
Healthy eating habits start with great balance. What better combo is there than crispy Brussels sprouts and tender pasta?
Not much goes into this pasta salad, but not for the cost of flavor. A bit of garlic, feta, and pine nuts is the perfect finish!
Keep it simple, or jazz it up! This pasta is here to keep you going all winter long.
Dinner will be anything but boring tonight with this on the menu.
There’s so much to love about this Greek-style salad, you’ll definitely go back for seconds.
Creamy feta, tangy sun-dried tomatoes, and roasted Brussels are the stars of the show.
Of course, the light vinaigrette and herbs don’t hurt!
This salad is a great change of pace for meaty gyros.
We don’t typically think of salads as being served warm, but maybe we should.
I’m sure you’ll agree after one bite of this savory salad!
Long gone are the days of basic romaine and ranch salads.
Cozy up to a comforting salad that will leave you and your body happy and satisfied.
Fair warning: the fried goat cheese is good enough to eat on its own!
I promise it’s worth the wait for a bite of this delightful salad.
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