Convincing your children to try brussel sprouts can be a challenge, especially if they’re picky with their food. But there are ways to get them on board, and a particularly effective strategy is to make chips out of brussels. Yes, much the same way that kale chips and beet chips have already won the hearts of many kids, chances of successfully adding brussel sprouts to your little one’s diet are greater if you’re armed with nice crisp chips. To prepare a batch, have the oven preheated to 350 degrees. Then cut off the ends of the sprouts, remove any yellow or wilted leaves, and separate into individual leaves (your children can even join in to help). Place the leaves on your baking sheet, coat with oil and pop in the oven until the edges are crisp and brown, which will take about 10 to 15 minutes. Hopefully, your kids get nibbling right away!