Sheet Pan Dinners are essentially entire meals prepared on a cookie sheet. They’re easy to make, easy to clean, and they’re likely to please the entire family! They also make great leftovers. If you’ve been keeping up with our blog, we’ve been chatting a lot about meal prepping. Sheet pan dinners are a great option for batch cooking for the week ahead. They take little time to create and can be divided to make enough meals to last the entire week! Here are some of our favorite recipes from other bloggers.
This recipe by Sheena Strain only takes an hour and fifteen minutes before it’s ready to serve! It contains 22 grams of protein and 394 calories per serving and is perfect for those picky eaters.
This salmon/green bean combination is a great lean meal option, provided by Robyn Stone. The recipe is easy to follow, and it only takes twenty minutes to make. Talk about a quick meal!
Enjoy a night out at your local Mexican joint, but with less guilt and from the comfort of your own home! These fajitas are ready in almost half an hour, and equal 8 tacos worth of food! In total, this pan dinner has 518 calories and 42 grams of protein.
Shrimp and asparagus is a tasty, yet simple meal to make. This pan can be finished in 22 minutes and contains 4-6 servings of food! That will feed the entire family! It also pairs well with pasta or rice if you want to give it some bulk.
With 52 grams of protein, this meal has plenty of protein and therefore, is quite filling. This recipe by Taste of Home takes longer than the others provided, but, trust us, it’s well worth the wait.
06 Shrimp Boil
This recipe, without a doubt, is the easiest way to make a shrimp boil (and healthiest might we add). This method, provided by Chungah, contains 6 complete servings and is ready in 40 minutes.
This pan dinner is very light, only containing 314 calories and 22 grams of protein, but is still full of flavor and has 6 servings. It takes 55 minutes to make and is a wonderful option if you’re tired of the same old, same old.
Christine Byrne provides a unique pan dinner recipe with salmon, kale, and farro. Uniquely, it’s only a single serving but takes less than 30 minutes. This is a great option if you’re only looking to feed one. This dinner has 35 grams of protein and 11 grams of fiber.
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