Do you have leftover roasted Brussel sprouts in your fridge? Wondering if you can reheat them? Great news!
Yes, you can reheat roasted Brussel sprouts in your oven or in a pan.
It’s safe and easy to reheat roasted Brussel sprouts after you’ve initially cooked them. Let’s talk about how.
How to Reheat Roasted Brussel Sprouts…
These methods ensure you get the perfect temperature for your reheated roasted Brussel sprouts, every time.
…in the Oven
Tip: Make sure your oven temperature is lower this time around than when you first cooked them to ensure you’re just reheating, and not re-cooking your roasted Brussel sprouts.
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Don’t make your oven hotter – you want to avoid burning the sprouts!
- Spread your roasted Brussel sprouts across a baking sheet in a single layer. For easy clean-up place parchment paper on top of the baking sheet before you spread your Brussel sprouts.
- Warm your roasted Brussel sprouts in the oven for 10-12 minutes. If you’re looking for a crispier sprout, you can leave them in for up to 15 minutes.
…in a Skillet
Sauteeing your leftover roasted Brussel sprouts is quick and easy and requires minimal prep and cleanup.
- Heat no more than a tablespoon of olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Remember, you’re reheating, not re-cooking.
- Drop your leftover roasted Brussel sprouts in the pan. Avoid overcrowding your skillet as that will make your roasted Brussel sprouts steam and be mushy.
- Heat your roasted Brussel sprouts for 5-10 minutes, stirring frequently.
You can reheat roasted Brussel sprouts safely a few times, however for best results, you should only reheat your roasted Brussel sprouts once after cooking. This will ensure that their texture does not become too tough or chewy. Happy eating!