Easy whole30 chicken and roasted veggie sheet pan dinner. Incredibly easy to make and loads of fresh garlic herb flavor! Can be made ahead, frozen, and served as leftovers! Only takes 10 minutes to prep then it’s in the oven! SO easy!
This roasted veg sheet pan dinner is so incredibly easy to whip up! And being me… I just eat the leftovers for dinner and breakfast. Meal planning made easy! If you’re cooking for just one, then you’re guaranteed leftovers that are delicious and perfect served anytime of day. No thinking, just eating 🙂 .
Also, if you are cooking for more than one, it’s just ridiculously easy!… But you probably won’t have leftovers.
It’s been a lazy sort of week, because I totally over did it and got stoked on life and adventuring. Turns out hiking still isn’t a smart idea for this body yet. It was incredible to get out in the sunshine and explore my new surroundings. We took a baby ferry across to an island and hiked up to check out the view of the San Juan Islands and Canadian Rockies. I felt totally great during the day, but that night was another story.
When you’re still recovering from years and years of chronic health issues, things that seem totally doable in your mind usually turn out causing resistance rather than healing. So, I’ve been moving between sleeping on the couch to my bed for the last few days trying to recoup.
But this sheet pan dinner was something I could actually make while feeling run over. It’s that easy! And thank goodness for leftovers! Did I already mentions that? 😉 This is probably one of my favorite things to eat the next day, because it can easily be altered with a variety of spices and toppings like avocado, fresh basil, eggs, etc..
All that is required from you to make this recipe is:
- Cut all the veggies.
- Spread out on a sheet pan with olive oil and spices.
- Toss with chicken cubes or shredded chicken.
- Serve with fresh thyme!
That’s literally ALL!
roasted veg on the go!
This recipe is an easy whole30 go-to for me. I resort back to the simplicity and ease of this recipe. Plus the BOMB flavor of such simple and fresh ingredients. The crispy sweet sugars from the sweet potatoes start to bubble when you cook them. Then the brussel sprout get nice and crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. OBSESSED. And a punch of garlic brings it all together. I added almost 1/4 cup minced garlic into mine! I guess I love garlic.
Can we talk about these bowls for a sec tho? How beautiful are these handmade ceramics from Israel?? They are so practical, useful, and elegant. I got mine from Zohar Ceramics. Zohar has some of the most beautiful collections of minimalist and pure ceramics for the kitchen.
P.S. I especially love all the bowls!