Put away that skillet—you can make chicken fajitas in your sheet pan! If you want a super tasty and spicy meal, broil chicken, sweet peppers, and onions together for the fastest chicken fajitas you've ever made.
Make dinner with just one pan! Roast salmon, broccoli, and tiny tomatoes together on your sheet pan, and you'll have a meal full of protein and veggies in no time.
One easy formula, endless ways to change it up. Choose your protein, add 6 cups of your favorite veggies, pick a flavor combo, then roast all of it at once.
Don't waste your carrot tops—instead, blend them with a few ingredients like basil and pine nuts, and turn them into pesto! It's the perfect topper for tender, oven-roasted carrots.
Yes, pork chops are a dinnertime staple, but have you tried them stuffed with pesto, pine nuts, and feta cheese? These fancy-looking stuffed chops cook on your sheet pan in less than an hour, making them a great weeknight treat.
In need of a quick veggie side dish? These roasted peas are here to save the day! A sprinkle of curry powder seriously spices up these pea pods, while Greek yogurt and mint makes for a fresh and cool dipping sauce.
Meat loaf, green beans, and potatoes all in one pan? Don't mind if we do! This sheet pan recipe serves up two side dishes, and lets everyone can have their own mini loaf personal portion.
A crunchy bread-crumb topping and Dijon mustard sauce makes this asparagus side dish a zesty, satisfying option.
This entire meal cooks at once on a sheet pan AND is a childhood favorite for kiddos or grown-ups wanting a taste of nostalgia.
Take your baked chicken south of the border. Ancho chile pepper, lime, and garlic add a nice kick. Serve it alongside a black bean-wild rice pilaf laced with cilantro.
Rosemary, thyme, fennel, and sherry make these Brussels sprouts a flavorful, poppable treat.
We stuffed meat, cheese, and veggies into pizza dough so you can enjoy multiple food groups from one handheld recipe baked on a sheet pan. Oh, and did we mention you can make this calzone recipe up to a month in advance? You're welcome!
Roast broccoli and olives until tender but still firm, and finish things off with a squeeze of lemon juice and pinch of sea salt.
Just 15 minutes of prep and 15 minutes in the oven gives you a filling meal for the whole family—and it's under 400 calories!
Make these smashed potatoes for breakfast or dinner—they would be delectable with poached eggs or chicken.
Tomatoes and olives roast beautifully with a balsamic reduction on top. And what dish isn't instantly improved with big hunks of crusty bread?
Cauliflower steaks are practically destined to be roasted. Top with a zucchini-onion mix and sprinkle of Parmesan for a low-calorie vegetarian dish.
A roasted ... salad? You bet. Roasting the romaine, tomatoes, and bread on a sheet pan adds dimension and more robust flavor to the salad.
Chicken goes tropical in this coconut- and fruit-packed dinner. We can't believe it takes just 30 minutes to make!
Top thick ciabatta with squash and thin slices of provolone cheese for a delectable dinnertime toast. Choose a smaller squash when shopping for this recipe—the larger ones have more seeds.
Want to make a big batch of these peppery kale chips, but don't know if you'll finish them in one go? You can always recrisp the chips by sending them back to the oven for 3-4 minutes.
Roasted sweet potatoes get a fresh makeover when topped with crunchy arugula and cider vinegar.