Sheet Pan Meals have become so trendy, and with good reason! They are extremely convenient when you are short on time, plus they require minimal cleanup. It's a win-win! This Whole30 compatible Sausage Sheet Pan Supper has all of those same benefits, fast and easy, but also super satisfying and filling!
This is one of my more popular recipes, and probably for the reasons mentioned above! After all, who doesn't love an EASY healthy meal for dinner?
Did I mention it's budget friendly? The veggies listed are commonly found in a regular grocery store, and not for a high price! The sausage as well doesn't have to be expensive, even for a compatible version. See below for the brands I recommend right from my regular grocery store!
Pro tip for budgeting while eating healthy: Buy clearance meat! Don't be afraid of it! I always get surprised to hear people say clearance meat grosses them out or makes them squeamish, because you aren't buying old meat, you're simply buying it on or the day before it's sell buy date. It's still perfectly fine!
Just cook or freeze the meat the same day or shortly after. You have some time but don't wait long as you don't have much!
Italian sausage is frequently on clearance at my local shoprite, so I eat it often and stock up when I find a lot on clearance.
Did you find Italian Sausage Meat patties on clearance? Make these paleo Italian Sausage sandwiches! So yummy, simple ingredients, and a fun food to eat too!
Ingredients for Sausage Sheet Pan Supper
The original way I made this meal is still my favorite. While making Whole30 compatible meals, I need some that were fast and easy, but also left me full and satisfied.
For paleo or Whole30 compatible sausage, I can easily find some at my local Shoprite. Their store brand is compatible, as well as a brand they sell from a New Haven based company, Lamberti's. If you have either brands local to you, always double check the labels! Butcher Box also sells compatible sausage!
Alternatively, you can also make a homemade sausauge to use as well.
For veggies, I like to use sweet potatoes, carrots, onions, and garlic. The sweet potatoes, being carb heavy, are quite filling. If you're having a hard time feeling full while doing paleo or Whole30, try playing around with your carb and fat intake! I personally don't lower my carbs, so I love filling up on them to make sure I'm not getting hungry fast.
For spices you can really do whatever you'd like! I like to keep it simple sometimes with salt, parsley, and paprika, but other times I've also done adobo, garlic powder, or whatever else.
Most definitely top it with olive oil or a dressing! Olive may seem bland, but I just love how it lets the spices of your choosing shine, and I love the texture of the oil soaked up on the sweet potatoes.
I also like using sauces sometimes too! Saucy lips has a delicious Green Apple Jalapeno hot sauce, and I love that it's vinegar free! If you're like me and need to avoid or limit your yeast intake, then finding vinegar free sauces are important!
The New Primal has my favorite buffalo sauce, and you need to try their other sauces too! Every one of their sauces are are Whole30 approved, which is great so you can eat them with ease of mind, not worrying that there is any soy or sugars snuck in!
The sheet pans I use are made from stainless steel. I avoid using aluminum or non-stick pans, as the majority of them are toxic and can contribute to adverse health effects.
Sheet Pan Recipes
Looking for more easy sheet pan meals? Check these out: Kielbasa Sheet Pan Bake or Loaded Smashed Potatoes, Keto/Whole30 Sheet Pan Meal, Sheet Pan Beef and Broccoli, Garlicky Asian Sheet Pan Supper, or Keto Nachos!
Check out my complete list of Whole30 Sheet Pan Meals right here!
Spice it Up
One thing I love about this particular recipe is that it is so versatile when it comes to the spices. You can go in a few different directions with this. Sometimes I use sazon seasoning or adobo seasoning for Spanish flavoring. To keep it Italian, use Italian seasoning! Basically anything you like you can do! Just keep in mind the flavor of the Italian sausage patties.
Most definitely serve this with extra olive oil. It's just SO GOOD drizzled with excess olive oil, and the starchy sweet potatoes are good for catching the oil.
How to make Sausage Sheet Pan Supper
Start by preheating the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Chop and prepare the veggies. Be sure the carrots are chopped thing enough that they cook at a decent time compared to the sweet potatoes, since carrots take a lot longer to cook through. Spread them all out on a large baking sheet.
Drizzle with the oil and sprinkle the spices on top, then mix everything together with your hands until evenly coated.
Lay the sausages on top of the veggies, spread out.
Place the tray in the oven, and let them bake until the veggies are softened, and the sausage is completely cooked through, at around 165 degrees in the middle. This should take about 45-50 minutes.
When finished, plate it, then serve with the oil (or sauces of choice).
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Sausage Sheet Pan Supper
- 1 pound Italian Sausage
- 4-6 Sweet potatoes chopped into chunks
- 4 Carrots chopped into coins or matchsticks
- 2 Onions quartered
- 4 cloves Garlic diced
- Olive Oil
- Pre-heat oven to 400F.
- Spread all the chopped veggies onto a large sheet pan.
- Drizzle with olive oil, and sprinkle on salt and spices to taste.
- Carefully mix until everything is evenly coated.
- Lay Italian sausages on top of veggies.
- Bake for approximately 50 minutes, or until veggies are tender, and sausages reach an internal temperature of 165F.
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