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Roasted Asparagus


This is it!  The only  Roasted Asparagus recipe you will ever need!

Asparagus is naturally in season in the spring time, from about May to the end of June, so it is the perfect time for asparagus to start making it’s way into your regular meal plans.  Asparagus is a nutrient powerhouse, and should really get much more attention than it does.  It is high in vitamin K, folate (excellent choice for pregnant mamas!), copper, vitamin B1, selenium, and vitamin B2, just to name a few.

This is my absolute favourite way to eat asparagus.  Call me crazy, but this Roasted Asparagus recipe is SO GOOD to have as an appetizer!  I love to cook them a little longer than required so they have some extra crispiness to them.  When having company over, why have a bowl of chips out when you can serve something this nutritious and tasty instead!

Roasted Asparagus can be eaten as a side, an appetizer, over rice, cut it up and serve it on a summer salad, or try in in my Quinoa Quiche – the choices are endless!

This recipe is also a favourite recipe in my 21-Day Metabolism Reset Program.  I have had so many people tell me they can’t believe how good asparagus really is when cooked properly!

Perfect for summer BBQ season, this Roasted Asparagus recipe is sure to find it’s way into your regular meal planning.  I hope you enjoy this recipe all summer long!


1.  Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

2.  Place asparagus in a glass baking dish and drizzle with coconut and sea salt.

3.  Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until done to your liking.