Roasted brussels sprouts and almonds are tossed with dried cranberries, goat cheese, and a honey vinaigrette dressing. An easy side dish perfect for the holiday season!
For the salad:
For the vinaigrette:
If desired, roasted salted almonds can be substituted for the raw almonds. Just chop them roughly and toast them for only a few minutes until they smell nutty (no need to add oil or additional salt if they are already salted).
Kosher salt is coarse grained; if you want to substitute fine grain salt, use 3/4 teaspoon in the dressing rather than the 1 teaspoon called for.
The ingredients in this salad are all gluten free, with the caveat that you should check the label for the particular brand of cranberry goat cheese and dried cranberries you are using to ensure they are also gluten free!
The nutrition information below was calculated using 1 teaspoon kosher salt on the roasted brussels sprouts and 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt on the almonds. This nutrition information is an estimate only, provided by an online nutrition calculator, and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical, health, or nutritional advice. See our full nutrition disclosure policy.
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