Roasted Broccoli

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Roasted Broccoli is an amazing Paleo and Gluten Free Recipe

I am in LOVE with this Roasted Broccoli Recipe. It is simply the best tasting and healthiest way to eat Broccoli. Not only is it gluten free it is also Paleo. I could eat a whole pan of it myself for dinner and call it a night! Not only did I love it so did my family. My husband even ate seconds! If you are looking for an easy to prepare side dish recipe that is healthy and clean then this is a great choice for you!

Roasted Broccoli

It is so easy to prepare! All you do is place the ingredients in a ziploc bag and shake it! This is fun to get the kids involved with dinner. Roast it for 30 minutes and then enjoy!  The longer you let it roast the better it tastes to me!

Roasted Broccoli

I like to serve this with Crockpot Chicken with Apples and Sweet Potato - it is also Paleo and Gluten Free and so good!

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Roasted Broccoli
 
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Recipe type: Side Dish
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • Head of broccoli
  • 2-3 cloves of garlic (or ½ tsp powdered garlic
  • Ziploc Bag
  • 2 TBSP Olive Oil
  • Salt and Pepper – to taste
  • Sometimes I add onion powder too – ¼ tsp
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375°
  2. Chop a head of broccoli (do not rinse) – or rinse and let thoroughly dry
  3. Mince 2-3 cloves of fresh garlic or you can use 1 tsp powdered garlic
  4. Place broccoli into a gallon size ziploc bag.
  5. Add garlic with 2 TBSP olive oil and salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Shake your ziploc bag well until coated
  7. Spread out on baking sheet
  8. Place on top rack and bake for about 30 minutes.
  9. The Broccoli will start to brown up and get crunchy and that is when you are ready to pull it out of the oven.
  10. It tastes AMAZING! You may need to double this it is that good!



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Comments

  1. Looks yummy….can you do this with other vegetables, too? I wish all of my kids would eat veggies. thx

  2. This must taste delicious with fresh garlic. I’d like to try the recipe this weekend.

  3. I’ve roasted cauliflower this way but not broccoli. I’ve got some in the frig, though, and am going to try it tonight! Thanks for the recipe!!

  4. While I have roasted potatos, onions, carrots and celery, I have never tried this! Thanks for the recipe…I just know my family will love it! Have you tried Cauliflower yet?
    Blessings,
    Lisa

  5. YUMMMMMMMMMM, WILL TRY THIS

  6. A great easy breezy delicious side dish! Thanks for coming back and sharing it at the #WWDParty. Have a wonderful week.

  7. Stopping by from Totally Talented Party and printed to try asap! Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  8. I’ve used a similar recipe for years. My 8-year-old son eats these like they’re candy! He thinks broccoli is a treat, heh-heh.

  9. I just wanted to point out that when roasting vegetables in the oven at high temperatures, it’s better to use canola or vegetable oil. Olive oil has a low smoke point and at around 375-420 degrees it could form some not-so-good chemical compounds and definitely loses some of the benefits. Especially extra virgin olive oil!

  10. I just love roasted vegetables, your Roasted Broccoli looks delicious. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome post with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  11. Delicious! I roast so many veggies the same way – zucchini, asparagus, carrots, etc. – but I haven’t tried broccoli. Next time for sure! If you have a minute, this would be a great recipe for our healthy living link up on Tuesdays (Mon night). Thanks!

  12. Until a couple nights ago, the only vegetables I had ever roasted was potatoes and asparagus. I decided to roast brussel sprouts and they were delicious. Even my husband, a man who claims to despise brussel sprouts, had a second helping. I can’t wait to try this broccoli recipe.

  13. This sounds really good. My vegetable roasting seasoning has been limited to olive oil and kosher or coarse ground sea salt. I am going to try this ASAP. Thank you for sharing.

  14. Sounds delicious! We typically just steam ours. Will have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing! #throwbackthursdaylinkup

  15. I just did this the other day, but didn’t think to add garlic. I did mine at a higher temperature for shorter period. I’ll have to try it a bit longer at lower temp like you did. I also added carrots. My 2 year old loved the roasted brocolli! Visiting your from #ThrowbackThursdaylinkup

  16. Looks yummy! Thanks for sharing. *Throwback Thursday linky*

  17. Broccoli is my favorite vegetable! I’ve never roasted it though. I am going to have to try this! Thanks for sharing on the #throwbackthursdaylinkup!

  18. Very yummy, made it the other night for supper and we all loved it. Simple and easy!

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