Crispy Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Garlic Dijon Sauce

These crispy roasted brussel sprouts with garlic dijon sauce are the perfect weeknight side dish or the perfect healthy snack! Vegan, paleo, Whole30, keto friendly and so incredibly easy to make.

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Why you’ll love this recipe

  • Easy to make – roasting brussel sprouts is so easy – all you need is a hot oven and some patience! Be sure not to overcrowd the sheet pan as they are roasting! They get golden brown and carnalized on the outside – the perfect side dish for any meal!
  • Simple ingredients – you can find the ingredients to make these crispy brussel sprouts in any grocery store! And the garlic dijon mustard dressing takes these roasted brussel sprouts to the next level!
  • Crowd-pleasing – even the pickiest eaters fall in love with these roasted brussel sprouts. They are good enough to be a appetizer at game day parties or holiday parties. The dijon mustard dip makes the dish, so don’t skip it!
Large white plate filled with crispy roasted brussel sprouts with a small white bowl filled with garlic dijon sauce in the top right corner of the plate with a wooden spoon in the sauce

How to make crispy brussel sprouts in the oven

Preheat the oven to 425F.

Cut brussel sprouts cut in half for roasting (cut them in quarters if they are very large)

Brussel sprouts cut into quarters.

Coat the brussel sprouts in avocado oil, salt and garlic powder (or garlic olive oil for low FODMAP)

Place the brussel sprouts on a baking sheet (I like to line mine with parchment paper for easy clean up).

Roast at 425F for 30 minutes.

How to make garlic dijon sauce

What I love about this sauce is that it only requires a few ingredients and is good on all veggies, including brussel sprouts.

Combine together the following ingredients in a bowl with a spoon. No blender or fancy equipment needed!

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Common questions

How to trim brussel sprouts for roasting

Brussel sprouts actually grown on a stalk (and sometimes can be bought on the stalk during the fall season). However, most brussel sprouts have been removed from the stalk and bagged or are sold in bulk for easy transportation to the store. Because of this, there is often a brown, woody stalk that needs to be trimmed from the base of the brussel sprout before cooking.

To trim brussel sprouts, you want to trim away just the end of the brussel sprout, trying to keep the leaves of the brussel intact. Once the bottom of the brussel has been trimmed, cut the brussel in half lengthwise for roasting.

How long does it take to roast brussel sprouts at 425F?

Once the brussels have been trimmed and cut in half, they need to be coated in oil and roasted at 425F for 25-27 minutes total. At the 20 minute mark, you will want to take the brussel sprouts from the oven and shake them around to ensure they are crispy on both sides.

Large plate filled with crispy roasted brussel sprouts with garlic dijon sauce with a brussel being dipped into the sauce

How do you make brussel sprouts taste good?

One of my favorite ways to make brussel sprouts taste good is to make sure they are properly salted and to make sure there is something good to dip them in!

I highly recommend serving these crispy roasted brussel sprouts with garlic dijon sauce to amp up the flavor and make them incredibly tasty. You could also use lemon herb tahini or spicy tahini sauce for dipping.

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Crispy roasted brussel sprouts on a white plate with a bowl of garlic dijon sauce on a white napkin

Crispy Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Garlic Dijon Sauce

These crispy roasted brussel sprouts with garlic dijon sauce are the perfect weeknight side dish or snack. They are so easy to make, are ready in under 30 minutes! This vegan, paleo, Whole30, keto and low carb friendly recipe is a simple appetizer or perfect game day snack! 
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: crispy roasted brussel sprouts, garlic dijon sauce, roasted brussel sprouts with garlic
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 27 minutes
Total Time: 32 minutes
Servings: 4 servings

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Garlic Dijon Sauce


  • Preheat the oven to 425F
  • Trim the brown woody edges from the brussel sprouts if needed. Cut the brussel sprouts in half lengthwise
  • Place parchment paper or a silicon liner on a rimmed baking sheet. 
  • Add the brussels to the baking sheet and drizzle 1 tbsp avocado oil and 1 tsp salt over the brussels. Stir them well with your hands
  • Place brussels in the oven for 20 minutes at 425F.
  • After 20 minutes, remove the brussels from the oven and flip them around, making sure that both sides can get brown and crispy. Place brussels back in the oven
  • Bake for an additional 5 minutes at 425F. While brussels are baking, make the garlic dijon sauce
  • After 5 minutes, remove the brussels and pour 1 tbsp garlic olive oil (or 1 tbsp olive oil + 1 tsp garlic powder) over the brussels. Stir well and place back in the oven 2 more minutes.
  • After 2 minutes remove the brussels and serve with the garlic dijon sauce

Garlic dijon sauce

  • Combine the ingredients for the garlic dijon sauce in a small bowl and stir well with a spoon until combined. 

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  1. 5 stars
    I just finished these and haven’t even taken them to the table and I can’t stop!!! They are sooo good. So with quarantine I didn’t have an tahini but I whipped some up in my Vitamix since I had a big jar of sesame seeds! And I didn’t have herb de Provence but I just had to leave it out. It was a tad Strong so I added a splash of maple syrup so I know the kids will be able to eat it. Thanks for a great recipe to break up the monotony of dinner 😀

  2. 5 stars
    Another amazing recipe! 😋 I love Brussels sprouts anyway but that sauce is delish! Could’ve skipped the rest of my dinner and eaten only this!

  3. 5 stars
    These are so good & simple – I’ve made this multiple times! For leftovers, I reheat them on the stove top in a nonstick pan and get your crispy edges back.

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