The lemony zest of this charming side dish will give you a fresh perspective on luxury.
Eating clean is a lifestyle choice that boosts positive environmental relations and good health in order to thrive within a society that cares. Sustainable resources and a symbiotic approach to life will allow for a global transformation beyond imagination. This brussels sprouts recipe is just one of many unparalleled vegetarian recipes that make this chef overjoyed to make a difference. Whether one’s family chooses to contribute to our mother Earth through clean eating, recycling, or volunteering to clean up a nearby highway, one family can make a world of difference.
These lemon parmesan grilled brussels sprouts are just one recipe at Travel Animal Doctor that offer a fresh take on a new way of living.
The smoky flavor of these brussels sprouts and fresh parmesan cheese will take this family’s tastebuds through a behind the scenes road trip of astronomical proportions to the Smokies. The world class smoky flavor will remind the children of a trip they once took, will soon take, or can imagine taking to the Smoky Mountains. Children can be told about clean travel habits in the Smoky Mountains, where ecotourists abound respect and the park resources with care to create the lifestyle of their dreams. This lemon parmesan grilled brussels sprouts recipe is more than just an appetizer of one course prepared by a mother for her family. Through the nutritional value, a diverse taste, and a bit of imagination, this recipe can be a stepping stone to a parent who may choose to gift her child with diverse tastes towards a more sustainable future.
- 1 lb brussel sprouts
- 2 TBS avocado oil
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1/4 c. fresh parmesan cheese
- 2 tsp. lemon zest (or lemon juice)
- 1/2 tsp. himalayan salt
- 1/4 tsp. black pepper
400 degrees Fahrenheit
- Add brussels sprouts to a large bowl.
- Mix garlic, lemon zest, himalayan salt, black pepper, and garlic.
- Mix together brussels sprouts and spices thoroughly.
- Toss brussel sprouts for even distribution of spices.
- Spread in a thin layer onto baking pan.
- Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes.
- Toss brussels sprouts and bake for another 15 minutes.
- When brussels sprouts are golden brown and tender all the way through, they are done.
- Add extra parmesan and lemon juice to the parmesan grilled brussels sprouts if necessary, and they are ready to eat!
With the convenience of grocery stores, fresh food delivery services, and seasonal farmer’s markets, options to add a healthy dose of vegetables to the diet are abounding.
Healthy meals do not even have to stop at home. At school and after school, educators and tutors can open the minds of the most spirited of children through programs such as the No Child Left Inside program in Virginia. Quick vegetarian recipes like these parmesan grilled brussels sprouts can be even more appreciated when planted as non-GMO seeds in a backyard garden, or chosen with care at the closest organic grocery store. Even if organic is not in the pocketbook, a home-cooked meal that would allow for the vitamins and minerals offered through these vegetables will allow for a healthy body and a smarter future.