Brussels sprouts the size of golf balls are being sold in supermarkets around the UK.
A select amount of green cabbage buds are being dubbed "monster sprouts" after weighing in at roughly 35g - almost twice the average - due the humid temperatures across Britain this year spiking their growth.
Sprout farmer John Clappison, from Beverley in Yorkshire, told Sky News: "We've had lots of lovely sun this summer, plenty of rain and then we've had a nice mild autumn and the crop has grown really, really well."
"The modern varieties have been bred to be a sweeter, more palatable taste for the younger generation. Various people say there is a genetic follow through in people - some people either can't stand them or love them.
"I know many people who love them and I think too many people have the idea that 'I don't like sprouts' but then when they try them they actually really do like them."