Air Fryer Brussels Sprouts

You can make the perfect Brussels Sprouts in your air fryer in matter of minutes. After they cook, you can add whatever you want to them or eat them plain.

Cut the dry end off of the bottom stem,

remove the outer few leaves and cut

them all in half starting at the stem.

Place them into a bowl and drizzle

them with 2-3 Tbsp. of olive oil.

Toss them with a spoon, coating

all of the Brussels sprouts.

Spray the air fryer basket

with cooking oil.

Add the Brussels sprouts to the basket

and air fry at 390 degrees for 6 minutes.

Carefully toss them and continue to air

fry another 6 minutes or until they are

to your desired tenderness.

Remove from the pan and add

whatever it is you like on your

Brussels sprouts or just eat plain.

Air Fryer Brussels Sprouts

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Ingredients

  • 1# Brussels sprouts
  • 2-3 Tbsp. olive oil

Directions

  1. Cut the dry end off of the stem. Remove the outer few leaves and cut the Brussels sprouts in half, starting at the stem end.
  2. Place the Brussels sprouts into a medium bowl and drizzle them with the olive oil. Toss them with a large spoon, coating them well with the olive oil.
  3. Spray the air fryer basket with cooking oil.
  4. Add the Brussels sprouts to the basket and cook at 390 degrees for 6 minutes. 
  5. Carefully toss and cook another 6 minutes or until they are to your desired tenderness.
  6. Remove from the basket and serve as is or with your favorite topping such as salt, pepper, balsamic vinegar etc. and enjoy!

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38 Comments »

  1. Looks great! I will share this with a friend who recently got an Air Fryer.

    I do love Brussels sprouts and usually do them like you did with a bit of olive oil and pepper and salt in the oven. Sometimes if I’m feeling fancy, I roast them with other stuff, like pistachios or Parmesan. But they are delicious just by themselves too!

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  2. I never liked Brussels sprouts, until my husband one day drizzled over olive oil, salt and pepper and put them in the oven. With a bit of balsamic vinegar it was one of the best meals I ever had! It’s obviously much quicker in the air fryer and looks as delicious!

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  3. I hope you have a back-up Air Fryer in reserve in case yours breaks. You are making so many tasty-looking food in the Air Fryer. I have not had brussels sprouts since my father left – they were a favorite of his, so we had them often, just boiled though.

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