Easy sheet pan dinners are the best! Most sheet pan meals simply involve preparing the meat or seafood with some sort of seasoning or topping and chopping some veggies. Prep time is usually no more than 10 minutes. Then, everything goes on one sheet pan to bake and it’s done!
And most of the time, you can get your family’s entire dinner – main and sides – all on one sheet pan. One other benefit – there aren’t that many dishes to clean!
Here are some of our favorite low-carb and keto sheet pan dinners. These low-carb and keto sheet pan dinners are easy to make and big on flavor – like our creole shrimp and sausage and chicken enchilada zucchini boats. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
In this easy keto sheet pan dinner, bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs are seasoned with smoked paprika, cumin and oregano for a smoky, slightly spicy flavor. When done, the chicken is deliciously tender and juicy with crisp, well-seasoned skin while the broccoli is crispy-tender and flavored by the juices and spices from the chicken. Just before serving, we give the chicken and broccoli a squeeze of fresh lemon to brighten them up. Click here for the recipe.
Spice up your weeknight dinners with this easy, low-carb creole shrimp and sausage sheet pan! This recipe is similar to Jambalaya since it contains shrimp, andouille sausage, bell pepper, tomatoes, and creole seasoning. But it’s different since it’s much simpler and calls for riced cauliflower instead of rice. This easy weeknight meal takes less than 25 minutes to make. Click here for the recipe.
This sheet pan salmon and broccolini with lemon dill butter is perfect for spring or summer due to it’s bright lemony and fresh grassy dill flavor. In this dish, lemon juice, lemon zest and freshly chopped dill are combined with softened butter, and added to the broccolini and salmon after roasting so the flavors remain fresh and bright. We love how the lemon dill butter melts over the top of the warm salmon and broccolini, and there is enough remaining lemon dill butter to add to the dish as you eat (which you’ll likely want to do!). Click here for the recipe
This low-carb and keto sheet pan spaghetti zoodles with sausage is such an easy and delicious weeknight dinner. If you ask us, this is one of the simplest ways to prepare spaghetti zoodles since you don’t need to “sweat” the zoodles before popping in the oven along with the sliced sausage. In this recipe, we use our favorite pasta sauce, Rao’s Arrabbiata Sauce, along with Aidell’s Andouille Sausage (Cajun Style) to give the zoodle spaghetti a nice, spicy kick. Once in the oven, this sheet pan spaghetti zoodles and sausage takes just 15 minutes. Click here for the recipe.
If you love chicken with a bit of a kick, then you’ll love this harissa chicken and cauliflower sheet pan, adapted from Melissa Clark at the New York Times. It’s no surprise the original recipe ranked in the NYT Cooking‘s top 50 recipes of all time since it’s SO delicious. We love the heat in the harissa marinade, but the yogurt topping (which tames the spice) takes the chicken to the next level. If you don’t like yogurt, you could use plain sour cream or even store-bought tzatziki as a replacement. Click here for the recipe.
We’re all about keeping dinners simple — so, of course, this keto sausage and veggie sheet pan is in regular rotation at our house! It bursts with a whole lot of flavor due to the spicy smoked sausage, sweet roasted bell pepper and red onion slices, charred broccoli, and creamy, crumbled feta. It’s so yummy! Prep time is less than 10 minutes and bake time is 20 minutes or less. Click here for the recipe.
With just a few store-bought ingredients — like store-bought rotisserie chicken, salsa and chipotle peppers in adobo sauce — these keto chicken enchilada zucchini boats are such an easy dinner to prepare for busy weeknights. We love how the zucchini turns beautifully tender, the chicken is well spiced (thanks to the salsa and chipotle peppers in adobo sauce), and there is melted, gooey cheese on top. It’s such a delicious and healthy way to enjoy chicken enchiladas. Click here for the recipe.
This 20-minute, keto Mediterranean shrimp sheet pan is simplicity at its best. It’s so quick and easy to prepare and bursts with zesty Greek flavors. The broccolini turns beautifully tender and crispy after roasting, while the grape tomatoes burst their juices into the dish. Additionally, the red pepper flakes and oregano give the shrimp a zesty and spicy flavor, while the crumbled feta adds a delicious creamy texture. And since it’s a sheet pan meal, the clean-up is effortless. Click here for the recipe.
Making dinner couldn’t get any easier than this salmon and asparagus sheet-pan meal, which takes just 20 minutes to make. Salmon and asparagus are a perfect pairing in this sheet-pan meal since they turn out tender and taste delicious when the mustard garlic butter melts over the top. Not only that, it’s super nutritious since it’s full of protein, omega-3 fatty-acids, fiber, and essential vitamins like A, D and K. Click here for the recipe.
If you haven’t tried supreme cauliflower steak pizzas yet, you’re missing something wonderful! It’s because the roasted cauliflower steaks turn beautifully tender-crisp and the yummy pizza toppings take center stage (as they should!). We love these supreme cauliflower steak pizzas since they’re hearty enough to serve as a meal. And when you’re hungry, these low-carb and keto pizzas sure hit the spot! Click here for recipe.
This yummy, 15-minute low-carb and keto recipe checks all the boxes for us. It’s easy, fast, and tastes as delicious as a salad you’d order at a favorite restaurant. Broiling the romaine lettuce is similar to grilling since it creates a beautiful char that softens the center and caramelizes the leaves. The shrimp, which is broiled for less than five minutes, is lightly dressed with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper, and red chili flakes for a little kick. We simply pair the salad with our favorite store-bought Caesar dressing and fresh shaved parmesan. Click here for the recipe.