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These are our most popular sprouting seeds. Broccoli sprouts have just recently become popular after it was discovered that they abound with the amazing cancer-fighting phytochemical, sulforaphane. 

Research studies have shown that they contain 50 times more sulforaphane than fresh broccoli. What's more, they contain glucosinolates and isothiocyanates, substances that protect cells from becoming malignant, at 10-100 times greater levels than in fresh broccoli. In addition, they are sources of plant estrogens, similar to human estrogen, and so are helpful in cases of PMS, menopause, hot flashes and fibrocystic disease.

Nutrient dense, they are rich sources of vitamins A, B, C, E and K, anti-oxidants, the minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. Also carotene, chlorophyll, amino acids, trace elements and antioxidants. Broccoli sprouts contain as much as 35% protein.


1 Packet: 10 g

1 Gram ~ 315 seeds

1 Pound ~ 100,000 seeds 

The best part about broccoli sprouting seeds is that they can be added to any dish. They can be planted in hemp bags, jars, or automatic sprouters. Proper ventilation is key to healthy sprouts. Soak the seeds for a few hours or overnight. When they are fully grown, you should transfer them to a glass container that has a lid and place them under a grow light. You can water them as often as you need, but make sure to rotate them every day.

First, soak the seeds for at least four to six hours. After they have soaked, rinse them twice a day. You can also spray them with a spray bottle if you don't feel like doing this. This method is very easy and cheap. Realize that a pound of seeds will produce roughly ten pounds of sprouts. Next, rinse the seeds well every three days or as often as necessary. Once sprouts have emerged, you can eat them raw or in recipes.

Before you can sprout broccoli, you need to soak the seeds. The seeds should be submerged in water for 12 hours. For this time, keep them in a dark area. Afterward, rinse them thoroughly and transfer them to a sprouting container. After 48 hours, rinse them three times a day to keep them fresh. The sprouts will look beautiful and healthy after 48 hours. And the best part is that you can eat them as they are! 

Broccoli sprouts aren't available in supermarkets but you can even grow them yourself at home. This simple process has many benefits. Growing your own sprouts is easy, affordable, and sustainable. Once you have mastered the art, you will be able to provide a nutritious and delicious treat for your family.

After soaking the seeds, transfer them to a sprouting container. Then, store the seeds in a dark, cool area. They'll be ready in about 48 hours, so make sure you keep them in a dark, cool place for the next few days. You can also add herbs or spices to the broccoli like thyme and sage. This food has many health benefits and is affordable too. 

Once the sprouting seed has been dried, you can add it into any dish. The seeds need to be soaked in a small bowl or dish of water for 12 hours. Then, you should keep the sprouts in a dark place for at least 48 hours. You can even use a spray bottle to rinse the seeds. After soaking the seeds, you should rinse them at least twice daily to maintain the healthiest environment. 

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  • 5
    Awesome sprouts - 5 orders--always as expected

    Posted by Dan on 7th Jan 2022

    These are excellent broccoli seeds I use to make sprouts. Thanks, Todds Seeds!

  • 5
    Broccoli Sprouting

    Posted by Bob on 16th Dec 2021

    I ordered 10lbs. Delivery was fast, the price was reasonable, the packaging was adequate, and the seeds are sprouting great. Todd's Seeds delivered exactly what I was hoping for, thank you.

  • 5
    Broccoli seeds for sprouting

    Posted by Dan Donlan on 30th Nov 2021

    I keep coming back to Todd's Seeds when sprouting broccoli (which is all-the-time). High quality, organic seeds have virtually none that fail to sprout. Great company and great product. Thanks

  • 5
    Broccoli sprouts

    Posted by Benjamin Andersen on 19th Nov 2021

    My broccoli sprouts are growing great with about a 98% germinating rate.

  • 5
    Good sprouting seeds

    Posted by Curtis Lear on 2nd Nov 2021

    This was my second order. Ordered 5lbs first time and they were very good and stored well. I ordered 10 lbs this time and they appear to be just as good.

  • 5
    Broccoli sprouting seeds

    Posted by Karen on 9th Oct 2021

    Awesome amount of sprouts from these seeds. Very robust healthy production. Recommend!

  • 5
    broccoli seeds

    Posted by andrew sabol on 6th Oct 2021

    quick shipping, good documentation, good looking seeds

  • 5
    Broccoli Seeds

    Posted by Davy Crockett on 29th Sep 2021

    Six days to sweet tasty sprouts! Very nice, more protein than grown broccoli, which I do like also. Those who want broccoli health benefits but don’t like broccoli will still like these sprouts. Mostly sweet taste, mild savory. Great on salads or mixed with other microGreens.

  • 5
    Healthy Broccoli Sprouts.

    Posted by Christina Falcon on 23rd Sep 2021

    I love that Todd's broccoli seeds are organic and I can make broccoli sprouts for out family.