Brussel Sprouts Alfredo with Bacon

We typically make too many vegetables when we make them.  We always encourage our children to eat them but it seems like we always overestimate how much they’ll actually consume.  So invariably we will always have a Tupperware container of something green in the fridge that they didn’t eat.  Tonight’s quick recipe incorporates our leftover vegetables (and sauce from last nights chicken alfredo) spiced up a bit.

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  • Approximately 1 Serving Brussel Sprouts
  • One Serving Alfredo Sauce
  • 2 Slices Bacon
  • Salt and Pepper to Taste.

Chop your bacon up into 1/4 inch pieces and place in a small skillet.  Cook the bacon medium heat until it’s browned and crisp.  Pour one serving of your leftover alfredo sauce over you brussel sprouts.  Reheat your brussel sprouts in the microwave until hot.  Stir your bacon pieces into the alfredo and brussel sprout mixture and add salt and pepper to taste.  It’s quick, simple and makes use of some of those leftovers!  Enjoy!

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