Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts, a delicious side, salad, or main dish with crunchy, perfectly browned Brussels sprouts, grapes, and mustard sauce.

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

Today I’m sharing a delicious side dish Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts for Thanksgiving, but it’s also a great main dish, or potluck dish! I’d totally scarf this down if I was at a potluck :)

Last week, it snowed here in central Oregon. Like real snow, deep snow, and it was so beautiful.

The first snow of the year is truly wonderful!

We took the pups out and of course, Alder-bear is a delight to watch. (Stay tuned for a 6-month post on our sweet Whoodle pup !)

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

He’s crazy about the snow. Haggis just faithfully tags along. But I think he likes it too.

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

My favorite tree near our house.

It reminded me of a year ago when the elk were down from the moutains near our home.

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts

Thinking about the most wonderful time of the year, getting ready for company next week, and preparing a new recipe. I like to try new recipes first, do you?

This Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts is a bit different, you might say. But it’s super easy and surprising how the flavors mingle so well together.

I adpapted this recipe Better Homes & Gardens November 2017 edition. :)

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

Made with Brussels sprouts, red seedless grapes, your favorite sausage (I buy Organic Kielbasa Smoked Beef Sausage from Costco), and a light Dijon-mustard dressing!

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

Roast, toss, drizzle, and serve!

Thanksgiving Prayer

I also came across a beautiful prayer as I was reading this week.

Do you ever feel that you can do more? I mean, we’re grateful, we know we’ve been given so much (at least for most people reading my blog), but deep inside …

We can do more.

Thank you for letting me share this prayer with you today! Being generous with our time, talents, and money is one thing. Being generous with the way we look at others, talk to them, love them … is another.

We give what we have, but not all – help us to be more generous.
We serve as we are called –
help us to see when you are calling us further.
We love within our limits –
help us to break down those barriers.
So that we may love and serve you and give wholeheartedly. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
© Marjorie Dobson

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts Side Dish
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Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts

Crunchy, perfectly browned bites of Brussels sprouts, with the occasional bite of roasted grape, which lends a fresh, slightly sweet note to the dish.
Cook Time25 mins
Total Time35 mins
Servings: 8

Ingredients

  • 1 pounds Brussels sprouts trimmed and halved
  • 4 cups red seedless grapes
  • 1 pound sausage links cut in chunks (I buy Organic Kielbasa Smoked Beef Sausage)
  • 3 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 4 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
  • 3 Tbsp. lemon juice
  • Salt and pepper

Instructions

  • Heat oven to 425° F. On a large rimmed baking sheet, lay Brussels sprouts on one end, and grapes and sausage on the other. Drizzle with olive oil; add salt and pepper.
  • Roast for 20-25 minutes, stirring once. Remove from oven.
  • In a small bowl, add the mustard and lemon juice; mix well.
  • Place the Brussels Sprouts mixture in a serving bowl; drizzle with the dressing and serve!

More Brussels Sprouts recipes: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Apple and Bacon [Barefeet in the Kitchen], Maple Pecan Roasted Brussels Sprouts [Valerie’s Kitchen], Caramelized Shallot Bacon Brussels Sprouts [RE].

Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts

 

2 comments on “Sausage Grape Roasted Brussles Sprouts”

  1. Thank you so much for the beautiful prayer!! (I”m sure the recipe is yummy, too!.. I’ll be trying THAT!

  2. Yum! Love all those ingredients. I’m hoping for some snow again this year, but we’ll see. Our location is pretty low (barely above sea level) and snow here isn’t something we get every year. I loved last year when we got some.

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