{Chopped Brussels Sprouts}

Hello sweet blog and sweet friends! I'm back in my happy place...Writing a quick post while one little one naps and the other runs around in Mommy's clothes. ☺️

The summer has been great...Busy, chaotic, a bit stressful, but overall, really great. I'll miss these summer days, but I'm secretly so excited about getting back into our routine and school year groove.

I have so many posts stored up in my mind, and I can't wait to get them all up on the blog. Looking forward to adding weekly posts back to my schedule when the kids are back in school.

First up is a recipe I've been wanting to share for a while now. It is one of my absolute favorite side dishes, inspired by a sweet friend of mine. It even gets the kids to eat their Brussels Sprouts, so I call it a win all around!! Enjoy!!

Chopped Brussels Sprouts

Fresh Brussels Sprouts
1/2 and 1/2
Salt and Pepper
Parmesan Cheese

Cut stems from brussels sprouts. Next, give brussels sprouts a good chop to dice them as small as you like. Heat butter over high heat. Add brussels sprouts to pan and sauté over high heat. Once you see them crisping and turning brown, turn heat to low and add 1/2 and 1/2. I eyeball it depending on the amount of brussels sprouts I'm cooking. Next, add salt and pepper to taste, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese, and cook until 1/2 and 1/2 reduces down into a creamy sauce. Serve as your side dish, and enjoy!!



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