I’m two weeks away from graduating from Nutritional Therapy School and I’m super excited for the approaching holidays! I know things have been a little quiet here, but I’ve needed the extra time to study over the last nine months. Once I graduate, I’ll be able to post more often. Thanks for hanging in there with me!
I know Brussels Sprout Gratin is more of a Thanksgiving dish, so maybe I’m getting ahead of myself, but it’s so good I decided share it with you now.
The Brussels sprouts are simmered in water which helps reduce the goitrogens (remember – this is a good thing to do if you battle thyroid issues). The sprouts are then combined with a creamy cheese sauce and baked in the oven. You can substitute any mild cheese you’d like. Breadcrumbs sprinkled on top would be a nice touch, too – if you can tolerate grains.