Sausage, broccoli, bell peppers and sweet potatoes seasoned with oil and a few spices make up this amazing Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggie Dinner. Packed with flavor, healthy and so simple to make.
Sheet pan dinners are kind of my jam lately. I love everything about them. They’re simple, healthy, delicious, and clean up is a breeze. Who wouldn’t love that?
A DELICIOUS SHEET PAN DINNER IN ABOUT 30 MINUTES.
This one-pan meal is perfect for busy weeknights when you don’t have much time to spend in the kitchen. It can be done in under 30 minutes and it’s as simple as chopping a few veggies and cutting the sausage links into bite-sized pieces.
This is one of those recipes that is extremely versatile. You can switch up the veggies and put in your favorite. You can adjust the amounts of any or all of these ingredients. You can switch up the seasonings and use something like a cajun or Italian seasoning. Like I said, it’s versatile is one of those “not really a recipe” kinds of dinner.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE THIS SHEET PAN DINNER:
- Sausage: I love to use chicken sausage or smoked turkey sausage in this sheet pan dinner. I’ve used Hillshire Farm’s brand and Aidells. I love them both. It can be found in the refrigerated section of your grocery store. The beauty of smoked chicken sausage is that it’s already cooked, so it needs just enough time in the oven to reheat and crisp up on the edges.
- Bell peppers: I use a red pepper and a yellow pepper. You can use a combination of any bell peppers you like.
- Sweet potatoes: Oh how I love sweet potatoes! They are so good in this and pair so well with everything else. However, if you’re not a fan of them, feel free to switch them out for say red potatoes or Yukon gold.
- Broccoli: I absolutely love broccoli, but feel free to switch it out for fresh green beans, pea pods, brussel sprouts or even asparagus. You could also do a combination of any of these I’ve listed.
I love to prep this in the morning and then put it in the fridge until dinner time. Then just grab the bag out, spread it onto the prepared baking sheet and throw it in the oven.
Dinners don’t get much easier than this.Print