October 3, 2019

Honey Mustard Roasted Brussels Sprouts

These Honey Mustard Roasted Brussels Sprouts are full of delicious flavor and so easy to make. They make the perfect flavorful side dish for any dinner!

Perfect Honey Mustard Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Brussels sprouts are absolutely delicious and I’m so glad that Brussels sprouts are making a comeback thanks to the magic of roasting. To this day, my dad still doesn’t love Brussels sprouts and I’m convinced it’s because he had to eat his sprouts steamed or boiled as a child. Let’s face it, boiled Brussels sprouts are no one’s idea of a good time.

But, here is the good news – a few simple, and flavorful, ingredients plus a hot oven can go a LONG way in giving you Brussels sprouts you actually want to eat. Roasting Brussels sprouts with just oil, salt, and pepper at 425 degrees can make a huge difference in their taste. They suddenly go from being boring and sad, to full of crisp yet tender deliciousness that I know you’ll actually enjoy.

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They are crisp on the outside, tender on the inside, and this honey mustard version is packed with sweet, smoky, and salty flavor. If you’re looking for a delicious and simple side dish to add to your weeknight dinner menu, this is the recipe you need!

Roasted Brussels sprouts in a white bowl with gold spoon

A Few Simple Ingredients For the Perfect Honey Mustard Brussels Sprouts

You really don’t need much to make your Brussels sprouts come to life, but if you want to take them to the next level, adding in a few simple ingredients can make a huge difference. These honey mustard roasted Brussels sprouts combine the best of sweet honey, tangy mustard, and salty bacon to give them a huge punch of flavor that is really unique.

To make these honey mustard roasted brussels sprouts here’s what you need:

  • fresh Brussels sprouts

  • a little oil

  • honey

  • dijon mustard

  • bacon

  • garlic

  • salt + pepper

whole grain mustard in a small bowl

The Best Mustard To Use For Mustard Roasted Brussels Sprouts

For this particular recipe, I love using whole grain dijon mustard. Dijon mustard is strong so a little of this variety of mustard goes a long way and adds such a delicious flavor to your Brussels sprouts.

The whole grain mustard seeds mellow out to a milder flavor after roasting. And, when the whole grain mustard is combined with sweet honey, they grains begin to caramelize a bit which gives the Brussels sprouts even more delicious flavor and texture.

raw brussels and sliced bacon on baking sheet

Tips For Roasting Brussels Sprouts

While this recipe is incredibly easy, I do have a few tips to make your Brussels sprouts roasting experience even better:

  • Line your sheet pan with parchment paper to avoid any mess. This will make clean up a breeze. Who doesn’t want that?

  • Don’t be afraid of a little heat! If you’re scared to roast your veggies at 425 degrees, don’t be! The high heat helps to make the crispy on the outside yet tender on the inside.

  • Double up! Ok, this isn’t really a roasting tip, but it’s super helpful so I have to share. Go ahead and double this recipe for amazing leftovers that you can serve for a couple more meals throughout the week!

Roasted Brussels sprouts in a white bowl

How to Serve Honey Mustard Brussels Sprouts

These honey mustard roasted brussels sprouts makes the most delicious and perfect side dish for any occasion. Try serving them with roasted chicken, fish, or steak for a more complete meal.

Want to impress your family and friends at Thanksgiving? Bring these Brussels sprouts as a unique spin on a classic side dish that everyone will enjoy!

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Honey Mustard Roasted Brussels Sprouts

  • Author: Ashlea Carver
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 25
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
  • Yield: 4 1x
  • Category: Sides
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Gluten Free
  • Author: Ashlea Carver
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 25
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
  • Yield: 4 1x
  • Category: Sides
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Gluten Free



  1. Add all of the ingredients to a small mixing bowl and stir until well combined.
  2. Pour the Brussels sprouts out onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  3. Roast the Brussels sprouts at 425 degrees fro 20-25 minutes or until the outside has begun to brown and become crispy and the inside of the sprouts is tender.
  4. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Keywords: honey mustard Roasted Brussels sprouts, Roasted Brussels sprouts, brussels sprouts

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  1. These were so delicious and easy to make! Everyone devoured them, including the toddler. Such an easy and quick side dish for a weeknight. Will be making again this week!

  2. Made this as a side dish for Thanksgiving and it was delicious! Gonna have to make a double batch next time 😀

  3. This is one of my favorite recipes! This was my second thanksgiving in a row I’ve made them and even had family members ask where I got the recipe so they could make them this year! These are definitely in my regular rotation at all times.

  4. I made this recipe for Thanksgiving and it was so delicious! I added fresh cranberries as well. This recipe will be on regular rotation in my house.

  5. Really easy and tasty recipe with mostly pantry staples – great as a side or as a main – we split a tray of these between two of us with some lentils on the side for me and a grilled sausage for my partner for dinner and loved them. I used regular smooth dijon, it’s what I had on hand. I whisked all the “dressing” ingredients together in a bowl first and then poured over the brussels. My bacon bits turned out a bit too salty so next time I may try tossing them in the dressing before adding salt, pulling the bacon out, and then adding salt and brussels – loved how crispy and caramelized the bacon got though. Thank you Ashlea!

    • You’re so welcome, Katy! I’m so glad you loved the recipe. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave such a thoughtful review!

  6. This is so so good! It’s my new favorite way to make brussels sprouts and will be on repeat all winter long! It’s even going on the Thanksgiving menu!

  7. Who knew brussel sprouts could taste like candy?! Quick & simple recipe, can’t wait to make it over here again!

  8. I’ve tried a lot of brussel sprout recipes and have an issue with most turning out dry but this one is perfect for me. I use regular dijon mustard instead of the whole grain that is recommended, mostly because its just what I have on hand. Its seriously such an easy recipe to follow, i’ll make a big batch and eat them through out the week as they reheat really well.

    • Love that you use dijon mustard to make this recipe work for you, Colleen! So happy you love them and thank you for taking the time to leave a review!

  9. Looks delicious!
    I’m allergic to honey, so what would be a good replacement? I normally use agave or maple syrup in lieu, but not sure the flavor would work so well…?

  10. These were delicious! Next time I make them I will halve the honey and mustard (they were a bit "wet") or try mixing that separately and tossing them in it before serving. Still they were a huge hit.

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