Air Fryer Bacon Wrapped in Brussels Sprouts

These easy-to-make Air Fryer Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts are a stand-alone drink. Brussels and crispy bacon with brown sugar glaze, what could be better?

This recipe is easy to make and easy to prepare in advance. Just wrap Brussels in bacon and refrigerate until ready to cook.
Easy Air Fryer Appetizer
Served with a small toothpick, these Brussels are easy to eat and serve. Visitors will love them!
Sprinkling with brown sugar (or maple syrup) gives this sweet and salty taste, we can’t eat one!

Serve them with Chipotle Aioli, Home Garlic Aioli, or Chipotle Ranch Dressing to immerse yourself and watch them disappear!
Prepare 48 hours ahead of time and cook just before serving.
No Air Fryer? No problem! These small pieces can be baked in the oven too.
Ingredients & Variations
BRUSSELS sprouts: Use the new Brussels sprouts in this recipe if you can. The young shoots may be left entirely.

You can also use frozen shoots but the texture is slightly softer. Frozen Brussel shoots do not need to be melted first but the cooking time will need to be increased.

BACON: Use regular sliced ​​bacon. If you have a thick sliced ​​bacon I would suggest cooking it lightly in an air bag before folding it (as we do with scallops wrapped in bacon) to kick well.

DIFFERENCES: For a more glossy, add brown sugar instead of maple sugar. The bacon can be replaced with a slightly chewed pancetta. To get a kick, try brushing with sriracha, too!

There is nothing better than Brussels & bacon!

Wash and dry Brussels.
Cut the bacon into three pieces and wrap the piece next to each shoot.
Place the seam side down on the air vent.
Sprinkle with brown sugar.
Cook each recipe below.

Cooking Tips
If you use frozen Brussels, it does not need to melt but the cooking time will increase.
Cook until you look down so that the bacon does not crack.
Do not tighten the basket. With more air flow, Brussels will be crispier. Cook in batches if needed.
Store the rest in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3-5 days. They can be frozen and will stay in the fridge for 3 months.
Heat again in an air fryer at 350 ° F for 10 minutes or until heated.

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Air Fryer Bacon Wrapped in Brussels Sprouts
PREPARE TIME 12 minutes
COOK TIME FOR 15 minutes
TOTAL TIME 27 minutes
SERVINGS4 servers
AUTHORHolly Nilsson
Brussels sprouts wrapped in bacon, sprinkled with brown sugar, and then fried in air until crispy on the outside and tender on the inside!

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