Raw Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Lemon and Oil

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This raw shredded brussels sprouts salad is so simple to make, even a 4 year old can do it (with Mommy’s help). Tossed with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal, and my family loves it!

This raw shredded brussels sprouts salad is so simple to make, even a 4 year old can do it (with Mommy's help). Tossed with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal, and my family loves it!Raw Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Lemon and Oil

Pictured below with crispy oven fried pork chops that I am sharing tomorrow, look out for them, they are so good!

This raw shredded brussels sprouts salad is so simple to make, even a 4 year old can do it (with Mommy's help). Tossed with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal, and my family loves it!

I’m just going to put it out there and say this recipe was developed by my youngest daughter Madison. She loves her veggies raw and loves a raw cabbage salad so one day while I was cutting my brussels sprouts preparing to saute them, she started picking at it. Then she asked me to give her oil and vinegar (she likes making her own salads) and I realized she was onto something. I really love to let her invent and do her own thing in the kitchen, even if sometimes her ideas are a bit… lets say overly creative.

I never knew how good Madison was in front of the camera until yesterday when I thought it would be cute to film her making this after school – she’s a natural and may be taking over Skinnytaste someday, who knows! Sometimes she does this with lime, and apple cider vinegar, and sometimes all of the above. Here she wanted to use all three. This salad is vegan, paleo, dairy-free and gluten-free.

This raw shredded brussels sprouts salad is so simple to make, even a 4 year old can do it (with Mommy's help). Tossed with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal, and my family loves it!
This raw shredded brussels sprouts salad is so simple to make, even a 4 year old can do it (with Mommy's help). Tossed with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal, and my family loves it!
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Raw Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Lemon and Oil

80 Cals 1.5 Protein 4.5 Carbs 7 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
Yield: 4 servings
COURSE: Salad, Side Dish
CUISINE: American
This raw shredded brussels sprouts salad is so simple to make, even a 4 year old can do it (with Mommy's help). Tossed with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, it makes a wonderful side dish to any meal, and my family loves it!

Ingredients

  • 6 oz brussels sprouts, washed
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • juice of 1 large lemon
  • kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper, to taste

Instructions

  • With a large sharp knife, trim off the stems, cut the brussels in half lengthwise, then place cut side down on the board and finely shred the sprouts.
  • Place in a large bowl and toss with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.

Nutrition

Serving: 3/4 cup, Calories: 80kcal, Carbohydrates: 4.5g, Protein: 1.5g, Fat: 7g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 16mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 1g
WW Points Plus: 2
Keywords: brussel sprout side dish, raw brussel sprout salad, shredded brussel sprouts with lemon, shredded brussels sprouts, Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Lemon and Oil

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  1. Loved the idea of using brussel sprouts as a type of raw cabbage. There are 2 of us in our home, and we use a total of 3 brussel sprouts (shredded, then split between us) per meal. Will consider this when I want some other cabbage slaw dish but don’t want to buy a whole cabbage head or a package of shredded cabbage!

  2. Excellant Madison! Used lime juice with olive oil. Nice tangy flavor. Dedunately a keeper.

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  5. For anyone who hates chopping up Brussel sprouts but loves this recipe, Trader Joe’s actually sells shredded Brussel sprouts. I was so happy when I saw it!

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  7. Can I make this the night before or is it best served immediately?

  8. I am not a fan of Brussels Sprouts but I think it would work with shredded cabbage (which I can buy preshredded), right?

  9. Madison is a sweetheart! Please tell her how much we enjoy making and eating her recipe! Thank you Madison!

  10. How long would this keep fresh?

  11. Jewel are now selling shredded brussel sprouts 🙂

  12. She is so precious, and such a great chef! I can't wait to try this recipe, thanks Madison!

  13. Have you ever tried to make coleslaw with brussel sprouts?

  14. Gina,
    Cane you recommend a good olive oil? Thanks! 🙂

  15. I made this just now, since I bought brussels sprouts at the store the other day. It was delish! I love it! The shredding took me awhile; can I use my food processor with similar results next time? Thanks so much for all your amazing recipes!

  16. I love that you also include the old points, which I much prefer to the new. Do you use the old or new?

  17. I also love Brussels Sprouts. Your daughter is so cute in this video. I love how she licks her fingers and the lemon/lime. Also, her creativity with food, making it her own as they say. And so polite to thank you for opening the bottle of vinegar for her.

    Strange thing, I never thought of eating Brussels Sprouts raw. I don't know why. I think this would be so good. Thank you for sharing it! I'll watch for the oven fried pork chops. Pinning it!

  18. I love brussels sprouts and this recipe sounds good !

  19. She just gets cuter and cuter.

    We do a similar b sprout salad with a few dried cranberries and slivered almonds. Sometimes it is with a mustard-y dressing, sometimes with a green onion dressing. I will have to try Madison's version.

    For those of you who don't THINK they like Brussels sprouts, when they are prepared this way (and the way Jules The Norweegie above says about sauteing them to soften them) they are a whole different vegetable. The same with roasting them with olive oil and garlic until they are browned and serve them with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Even people who don't like b sprouts find them delicious.