Thriving Health Nutritional Therapy of Alfred, NY

Maria Adam, NTP


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Thriving Recipe: Brussel Sprout Medley

December 9, 2019


Winter has quickly invaded Alfred with frigid temperatures and light blankets of snow. Our long and beautiful harvest has finally ended, but I am still enjoying the produce from the end of the season. I created this recipe from the bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables provided by local farms. Living Acres grew the vegetables and the apples are from Sunny Cove Farm.  


This has been one of my favorite vegetable dishes this fall! 


Brussel Sprout Medley




3 Cups Brussel Sprouts sliced in half

1 large Onion

2 small Apples (if organic, leave the peel on)

4 cloves Garlic

3 sprigs Parsley (or 1 tsp. dried)

3 Tbsp. Grass-fed Butter

Himalayan Salt 




Melt butter in skillet (I use cast-iron) on medium heat. 


Cut brussel sprouts and apples into bite size pieces. Dice onion and mince garlic. Add all to skillet. 


Sauté for about 10 minutes. Add chopped parsley. 


Finish sautéing until brussel sprouts are tender and onions are lightly browned. 


Salt to taste. 


Pair this with a nourishing protein dish and enjoy!

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