This healthy one-pan or sheet pan baked chicken and vegetable recipe is fast and healthy no matter what diet you follow… and even if you don’t. One pan chicken is fast and easy and there’s one dish to clean. I made it for my Whole30 challenge (which I call “Whole29.5”) and it’s also great for Paleo, Low Carb, Weight Watchers and of course anyone who wants a healthy meal.
My mother, Bernice loved to make one-pan bakes and I still use her “good glassware” as seen here:
It couldn’t be easier. Chop up whatever vegetables you like. I made this recipe with Red Peppers and Broccoli:
I used chicken thighs with the skin as I find it to be more flavorful but you can use any chicken… breasts, drumsticks, or wings. No matter what you decide, it’s an easy no-brainer recipe that friends and family love.
If you like this, check out some of my other easy recipes from mu Whole30 adventure. My friend Deanna Reed-Foster, whom some of you may know from Chicago Fire, set out to look and feel better… and guess what? I’ve never felt better. It was the easiest, healthiest things I’ve ever done. Here’s how we did it.Print
One-Pan Baked Chicken and Veggies
The easy one-pan recipe that that’s perfect for Whole30, Paleo, Weight Watchers and anyone who wants a fast and healthy dish ready in no time.
6 skin-on chicken thiggs
1 large red pepper – diced
1 small head of broccoli
1 tbs Ghee
2 tbs olive oil
1-2 cloves minced
Salt, Pepper, Smoked Paprika – to taste
Chicken or vegetable stock – optional
- Season chicken and veggies
- Preheat oven: 400 degrees F
- Place seasoned chicken and veggies in a glass baking dish or use a cooking sheet lined with aluminium foil
- Drizzle with olive oil.
- To add a bit of buttery goodness, brush some melted Ghee on the chicken
- Bake at 400°F for 35-40 minutes or until the internal temperature of the chicken reaches 165°F and the juices run clear.
- Serve and enjoy!
When you remove the chicken and veggies from the dish, you may want to add a half cup of chicken or vegetable stock and create a sauce. Add some ghee to thicken it up and you may also need a tbs or two of gluten-free flour or use almond flour. Stir the sauce and pour over the vegetables and/or chicken.
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For another easy one-dish recipe, check out Pecan Crusted Chicken served on a bed of mashed sweet potatoes.
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