This Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad Recipe is a delicious healthy side dish. Vegan, keto, paleo, and Whole30, it goes great with any meal!
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There is no better side dish than this Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad! It’s packed with all the veggies, nuts, seeds, and the best olive oil/vinegar mix for maximum flavor!
I love this salad as a quick side dish with dinner, (it goes great with Crockpot Whole Chicken !), is perfect for the holidays, and even is great to meal prep.
(You can even eat it raw if you want to !)
Why we love this Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad:
- It’s SO easy to make. Like, ridiculously easy and simple. (15 minutes if you buy the shredded brussels sprouts already and 5 minutes if you choose to eat it raw!)
- It’s packed with ALL the veggies. I often find it difficult to get my veggie intake in, but I could easily eat the whole pan of these!
- It’s loaded with healthy fats from pecans, hemp seeds + heart healthy oils!
The base of the salad is obviously shaved Brussels sprouts (which only take about 3 seconds to make if you use the veggie bullet or zero seconds if you buy them pre-shredded which I highly recommend), and then I filled it with all of my favorite nuts/seeds.
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Ingredients for Healthy Brussels Sprouts Salad:
How to make Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad
Step 1: Shave your Brussels sprouts. They only take about 3 seconds to make if you use the veggie bullet or zero seconds if you buy them pre-shredded which I highly recommend. If you are using a mandolin, be VERY careful.
I like to hold the sprout end of the stalk and carefully slice thin strips with a sharp knife towards the end of the sprout.
Step 2: Get your other ingredients ready. I like to use cranberries, hemp seeds and pecans. There are tons of other substitutions you can make!
Step 3: Sauté your sprouts for a few minutes, then add in your nuts/seeds!
Step 4: Sauté for a few more minutes + ta-da! Perfect Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad
Substitutions for this Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad:
Nut free: Omit nuts. You can also sub with sunflower seeds if you’d like.
Dried Fruit: You can sub dried cranberries with dried cherries, raisins, or any other tried fruit
Time Saving: You can buy shaved brussels sprouts to save time, I usually find them at Trader Joes
Cheese: You could add goat cheese or shaved parmesan if you’re not paleo or whole30
Can you eat this Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad Raw?
Yes you can! I sometimes prefer to eat it raw! When I eat it raw I usually add extra spinach + chicken to make it a full meal! It’s totally delicious either way 🙂
Where do you find naturally sweetened cranberries?
It is difficult to find dried cranberries that are Whole30 / paleo. Eden Brand is the only one I’ve found. If you can’t find ones that aren’t naturally sweetened, just sub with all natural raisins or literally any other dried fruit that has no added sugar!
Storing & Serving Brussels Sprout Salad
How long is Shaved Brussel Sprout Salad good for? Leftovers will last in the fridge for 3-4 days. Brussel sprouts can get soggy, so these are best served fresh!
Can this be frozen? I wouldn’t recommend freezing these after they have been cooked. They will get soggy.
Can Brussel Sprouts Salad be Reheated? Yes, in the oven, in a skillet, or in the microwave. The microwave is easiest but will make them a little bit soggy, so you may want to reheat in the oven/ toaster oven or in a skillet until warm.
Other healthy veggie side dishes:
- Honey Thyme Garlic Carrots
- Harvest Quinoa and Brown Rice Salad
- Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts
- Vegetable Kebabs
- Crispy Dijon Roasted Potatoes
- Healthy Green Beans Almondine
Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad
- Heat olive oil in a large pan.
- Add in shaved brussels sprouts and sauté until they start to get tender (About 5 minutes)
- Add in pecans, hemp seeds, cranberries, salt, pepper, rosemary + balsamic vinegar. Stir to combine + serve.
- Nut free: Omit nuts. You can also sub with sunflower seeds if you'd like.
- Dried Fruit: You can sub dried cranberries with dried cherries, raisins, or any other tried fruit
- Time Saving: You can buy shaved brussels sprouts to save time, I usually find them at Trader Joes
- Cheese: You could add goat cheese or shaved parmesan if you're not paleo or whole30
- WW Freestyle Note: Save 4.5SP per serving by omitting pecans. Save 1SP per serving by using spray olive oil instead of pouring it into the pan.