These 5 healthy sheet pan dinners make meals easy and quick. The idea of a sheet pan dinner is simple: everything is cooked on one “sheet pan” (or cookie sheet as they were called in my house growing up).
Of course, one of the biggest advantages to sheet pan dinners is that you only have one pan to clean. In fact, if you use parchment paper on the sheet pan like I do, you don’t even have to clean the pan!
Healthy Sheet Pan Dinners are a great way to get the best of all worlds: Healthy, family-friendly, simple, quick, easy clean-up, and tasty.
What makes them "Healthy Sheet Pan Dinners"?
- Whole, Fresh, Real Foods: These recipes just use real food. Most of the ingredients are things that don’t even have a nutrition facts label at the store (things like chicken, shrimp, vegetables, and fruits) because they are just whole foods.
- No Added Sugar: The ingredients called for in these recipes have no added sugar. You won’t find ingredients that typically have cane sugar, maltodextrin, dextrose, or artificial sweeteners.
- No Other Red Tier Ingredients: We never use red tier ingredients in our recipes. That is, we never use ingredients listed on our red tier which lists the foods that we do not eat on a daily basis.
These recipes are free of refined grains, refined sugars, and preservatives and are made from REAL FOOD!