No ImageBrussels Sprouts Gratin

Did you make it? Rate it!

  1. Vikki

    I love this.

  2. Michael L

    I make this at least once a month. I like brussels sprouts any way, but this is the best recipe. I also add garlic and use bacon most of the time as that is always in the fridge.


  3. Annie B

    Great Recipe. I subbed 1/2 sm. red onion and 2 cloves pressed garlic for the shallots, and used Gouda instead of Gruyere, and topped it with a sprinkling of Panko crumbs. I took it to Easter dinner and of the 8 people there, 6 asked for the recipe.

  4. Angela

    I made these for Thanksgiving (made and assembled the day before) and they turned out beautifully and were very popular. Thank you!

  5. Pamela Sandie

    Wow. This is an amazing dish! I tweaked some of the amounts of ingredients. A little more pancetta and a little more Gruyere. Added 3 cloves of diced garlic to the shallot magic and a few twists of the pepper grinder. I was out of nutmeg so improvised with pumpkin pie spice. This is so yummy it could be a main course!!!!!

  6. Julie L.

    So good, almost didnt make it into the oven. This will be a dish my kids remember me for.

  7. Paris

    What could be used in place of the pancetta? I don’t eat pork and wana make this because it sounds and looks delicious!

  8. lorena

    I made this for Thanksgiving dinner and end it up being too bitter. I followed the recipe, any idea what I did wrong?

  9. Jennifer

    All I could find were frozen brussel sprouts….any suggestions for making them work?

  10. Barry

    I’ve used fresh out of the garden. It might be the soil, but Ive never gotten a bitter Brussel sprout from the garden. Kind of sweet.

  11. Kristin C

    Was thinking about substituting frozen cut string beans? Do you think it would work?

    • Elise Bauer

      No idea. If you try it, please let us know how it turns out for you!

  12. Tom Combs

    My wife has been Celiac for several years so we always cook Gluten Free. We have found that GF all purpose flours work great for sauces/gravy’s. These flours are a mix of GF flours and work much better than a single GF flour. A good all purpose GF flour (my favorite GF flour is Domata) will work great in this recipe and I’m making it for Thanksgiving!

  13. Samantha

    I need to double this recipe for Thanksgiving. What size pan should I use?

  14. Roxanne

    This sounds great! Can it be made ahead and frozen ? Am trying to come up with recipes for Thanksgiving that I can do a week or two before so I’m not in the kitchen in the kitchen all day. Thanks in advance for any input.

    • eve

      I have a bunch of already blanched sprouts that we did not end up needing to cook on Thanksgiving (the first batch was plenty), so they the blanched ones have been in my fridge since Thursday. They still look good, so I am going to try this and freeze it. I will post an update when we take it out to eat it, whenever that is, probably Xmas.

    • Elise Bauer

      Hi Roxanne, that’s an excellent question! I have never tried freezing this. I have made put it together the day before and then cooked it on Thanksgiving day, but I haven’t frozen it. Perhaps someone else reading this could weigh in with advice?

  15. Maggie Unzueta @ Mama Maggie's Kitchen

    I wasn’t a big fan of brussel sprouts as a kid. I guess no one really is, are they? In a gratin, though… I could eat the entire thing!

  16. Jody

    This was a delicious side to a roast for Christmas dinner! Made ahead of time and baked as we enjoyed snacks before dinner. Everyone sopped it up and gave compliments! It was also great as a left over, broiled in oven on a lower broil. Turned the top crispy and my veggie-shy hubby asked for me to make it again.

  17. Gaelle

    Just finish this dish and started eating the parts that have cooled off. This is absolutely scrumptious.

View More