Brown-Sugar Squash and Brussels Sprouts en Papillote

Squash & Brussels Sprouts en Papillote

After two weeks of making French Fridays with Dorie recipes for myself, it was nice to be able to make something for the whole family.  Since butternut squash and Brussels sprouts are two of my husband’s very favorite vegetables, I knew this would be a hit (also, I had made this before so it was a proven success).

This is such a simple dish to throw together!  Cubed squash, halved Brussels sprouts, and cubed apple are tossed with a bit of olive oil and salt & pepper, then divided between foil or parchment paper packets.  Top each with a little brown sugar and a sage leaf, then bake and serve!

In the Packet

I made this two years ago and wrote a tutorial about the process.  Check it out if you are interested.

As expected this was a hit with the whole family.  I should make this more often since it is so easy and delicious!

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13 responses to “Brown-Sugar Squash and Brussels Sprouts en Papillote

  1. I loved this recipe because of the ease of preparation and the deliciousness of the veggies! A keeper for sure! Glad it was a hit with your family! Have a great weekend!

  2. This was definitely I’d something again – so easy and fast and quick to clean up! And it tasted pretty good too. Yours looks great – gotta love those bright colors!

  3. I am looking for new ways to make brussel sprouts and this looks like one we will have to try the next time I get some.

  4. I really did like this recipe (have made it several times). It was a bonus that it was so easy!

  5. It was nice to have a relatively uncontroversial recipe this week. I had to make half the packets apple-less for my husband, though I liked the surprise sweetness of the apple in mine. How’s your Downton Abbey knitalong going?

  6. We also enjoyed this one and it was a nice change from the last couple of recipes. Your vegetables look perfectly done! Have a great weekend!

  7. Thanks for the tutorial, I could have used it before I made my parchment packets. Mine came out find in the the end, but not as cute as yours.

  8. Teresa

    Easy, delicious, and a hit with practically the entire group – nice way to start February!

  9. triciaandnana

    This was my first time with this recipe but I echo your sentiment of it being so quick and easy that I should be doing it more often. I just ordered some of that fancy Martha foil/parchment wrap from Amazon to inspire Nana and I to create some new main dishes or sides. Let the adventures begin !

  10. …and so easy I could get this one done on time for a change!

  11. Loved this one and how fast and easy it was. Yours look quite tasty!

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