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Can roasted brussel sprouts travel? Or suggestions for another not too heavy veggie side that travels well?

momnivore | Dec 17, 201407:27 AM     4

We are celebrating the holidays with my inlaws this weekend and I've been tasked with bringing dessert and a "not too heavy" vegetable side (not a salad). I was thinking of doing roasted brussel sprouts with a little bacon and apples with a maple syrup glaze. It's really delish and festive while not feeling too heavy. But they live about 2 hours away and I don't think they'll have time for me to roast the veggies there. Can I make it that morning? I can use their oven for a little bit of time if it's just to reheat it but how would you recommend (time/temp?)? Would I not roast it all the way in the morning? Or should I just scrap it for something else and if so, any suggestions (that don't involve nuts)? Thanks!

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