Broccoli Bites

You know what's intimidating when you're a kid? An enormous, MONSTROUS pile of green veggies! In actuality, it's a tablespoon of health from a desperate parent who's tired of seeing their child consume chicken nuggets like it's an Olympic sport. These broccoli bites are a delicious break from Green Monotony!

40 mins

SERVES 3 a 4


● 1/2 lb broccoli (fresh or frozen)

● 1/4 yellow onion

● 1c Italian breadcrumbs

● 1 egg

● 1/2 cup parmesan cheese

● Salt and pepper to taste

● Small slice of butter


Preheat oven to 350.

Steam broccoli until tender (about 5min) and drain off the water.

Chop onion as finely as your patience/skill will allow.

Add broccoli, onion, bread crumbs, and egg to a mixing bowl.

Stir the contents and mash up the broccoli until the mixture is uniform.

Now, add the parmesan cheese and fold it into the mixture.

Line a baking pan with parchment paper or foil, and coat lightly with butter.

Scoop the mixture into balls (1 inch diameter) and place them on the pan about 1 inch apart.

Bake for 25 minutes. Remove from oven and serve after cooling just a bit.

(Note: If you want to make smaller bites for smaller kids, take 5 minutes off the cook time.)



  • Add ingredients to the bowl
  • Mix everything up with a spoon, or smash it with their hands!
  • Roll the mixture into balls

      Bristol Mayo

      Bristol Mayo is a husband, father, traveler, kitchen alchemist, first of his name, lord of the sauces, and loyal subject of Wakanda. He believes food is tied to memory for a reason—it’s not necessarily about skill, but the feeling it leaves in your heart and belly! Bristol does the cooking while his partner-in-crime Rachel—wife, mother, taste-tester, food photographer extraordinaire—takes the photos.



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