What to do with Broccoli Leaves

Cooking w/Broccoli LeavesWe found the greatest recipe for using broccoli leaves. Broccoli Chips!

Cooking w/Broccoli Leaves2We cut the leaves and took out the stalk. Stirred them in Olive Oil. Sprinkled with seasoning salt and garlic. Baked 350* for 8 minutes.

Cooking with/Broccoli leaves3We also sprinkled some with Parmesan cheese. They were so good! And, now, I don’t have to waste those beautiful leaves.

What have you tried?

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15 Responses to What to do with Broccoli Leaves

  1. Now I have to go grocery shopping. I want broccoli leaves to turn into chips.

  2. Karen says:

    I’m so glad I don’t have to waste them. This is so easy and so tasty… and good for you!

  3. Arminda says:

    These were so delicious. I can’t wait to make them, myself. They made a great movie snack, too!

  4. Steve says:

    We have done this with Kale, but it never occurred to me to try this with broccoli leaves. I know what I’m making for movie night!

  5. Karen says:

    Steve: I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!

  6. Diana VanNote says:

    Hi I do the same put them on my pizza with other veggies i am growing
    Diana VanNote

  7. Karen says:

    Thanks, Diana.

    I’m going to be using them on my pizzas from now on! I hadn’t thought of that before.

    Thanks so much for your post.

  8. karen wing says:

    the cooking looks really delicious,the greens mixed in with the broccoli leaves,seems to make an awesome combination, along with the cheese, i think that i`ll try that tonight and see if it turns out as good as yours…
    thanks for sharing

  9. Karen says:

    Karen, let me know!

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  11. Lora says:

    I love broccoli and was a little surprised by the volume of leaves that existed on the bunch I bought at the farmers market. A quick google search brought me to this recipe so I tried it and LOVED it. I ate every leaf before I finished cooking the florettes! Now I will actively seek out the leaves. Thanks so much!

  12. Karen says:

    Fabulous, Lora.

    And thrilled to know I came up in a Google search!

    Thanks for taking the time to let me know.

  13. Michelle says:

    AWESOME idea!!!!

  14. becki says:

    I love this recipe, I’ve tried this with kale but I think beautiful broccoli leaves Would Even be Better!!! thank you

  15. Karen says:

    It’s so good, Becki. Enjoy!

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