If a Cobb salad is on the menu, I'm ordering it! This Shaved Brussels Sprouts Cobb Salad is an even healthier version of the original because fresh ingredients are piled on shaved Brussels sprouts instead of plain ol' lettuce. It's a much more nutritious and satisfying meal!
If you’re a fan of brussels sprouts, try Butternut Squash and Brussels Sprouts Salad next time!
Why You'll Love this Recipe
- Can easily be made for one person or a large crowd.
- The variety of ingredients and colorful presentation are a crowd pleaser.
- Shaved Brussel sprouts with bacon is a classic flavor combination.
- This salad is packed with fiber and protein and will keep you feeling full until your next meal.
What is a Cobb Salad?
A Cobb salad is an American garden salad typically made with tomato, bacon, chicken, hard-boiled eggs, avocado, chives, and blue cheese. The toppings are usually lined up in neat rows over a bed of lettuce. It's traditionally served with a vinaigrette dressing.
The salad originated in California at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant in the 1930s. There are a variety of ingredients that a Cobb salad can have. I like to pick and choose what I put on it based on what I'm craving that day.
- Shaved Brussels Sprouts - I buy pre-shaved Brussels sprouts at the grocery store to save time. You can also buy fresh, whole Brussels sprouts and shave them using a mandolin.
- Toppings of your choice - Traditional Cobb salad topping are tomato, cucumbers, bacon, chicken, hard-boiled eggs, avocado, chives, and blue cheese.
- Dressing of your choice - The original salad dressing used for the Cobb salad was French dressing, but this salad is also known to be made with red wine vinaigrette. Personally, I like Ranch dressing on my Cobb salad creations, but shaved Brussel sprouts with balsamic is a great combination as well.
How to Make this Recipe
Like most salads, this Cobb salad is simple and quick to make. For this shaved Brussels sprouts cobb salad, you can buy shredded Brussels sprouts to save time. If you buy fresh Brussels sprouts, you can shave them thin using a mandolin.
To make this sprout salad recipe, first, get a big bowl and fill it with the shaved Brussels sprouts.
Then, decide what toppings you want to add to your salad. Cook the ingredients that must be cooked, such as: chicken, bacon, and hard-boiled egg.
Next, chop the vegetables: cucumber, tomato, and scallions. Line each of the ingredients in a straight line across the bowl on top of the shaved Brussels sprouts.
Finally, top this brussels sprouts salad with your favorite dressing and enjoy a nutritious meal!
Hungry for More?
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Shaved Brussels Sprout Cobb Salad
- 10 ounce bag of shaved brussels sprouts
- 2 eggs hard-boiled
- 6 slices bacon cooked and crumbled
- 4 scallions chopped
- ¼ cup blue cheese crumbles
- ½ cup cucumber chopped
- ½ cup cherry tomatoes chopped
- Dressing of choice
- Fill two bowls with the shaved Brussels sprouts.
- Line each of the ingredients you wish to add in a straight line across the bowl from one end to the other on top of the shaved Brussels sprouts.
- Top with salad dressing of your choice.
- This recipe is for two main portion servings.
- Optional add-ins: chicken, avocado, croutons, etc.
- You can add a variety of vegetables and additional toppings to your liking.
This is the perfect addition to my weekly meal prep.
I’m always looking for ways to use brussel sprouts in my kitchen! Thanks for this idea 🙂
This looks so so good! I love a good cob salad.
This salad looks fantastic! I love Brussel sprouts. Thanks for sharing x
Awesome recipe! Using shaved Brussels sprouts in place of lettuce is a great idea! Thanks for sharing!
Wow! This looks delightful! I can't wait to try it since I have been so obsessed with cob salads as of late. Thanks for sharing!
Love cabbage and eat it both raw and cooked. Brussels sprouts are like little baby cabbage, but never thought of eating them as a salad 🥗. I dont know, but i will give it a try. Your salad looks appealing.
I love this! I am a huge cobb salad fan and adding the cabbage and brussels sprouts to the salad gives it such a nice crunch and is able to hold up to the heavy toppings. This is definitely a winter salad that will be on my lunch menu! Thanks for the great recipe!
I love cobb salad! But I am not too sure about the Brussel sprouts. Not a big fan of those but I am willing to give it a try again! Sounds like a great dinner option!
I love a good yummy Cobb salad!