Clean eating made easy.
As a full time working mom, I’m constantly in search of quick and easy recipes that I have enough energy to cook after work. This meal is a winner and bonus, clean up is easy too!
When I’m cooking on weeknights I tend to go the easiest route as possible. So when I buy veggies, if pre-cut and cleaned options are available I always oblige. If you’re someone that has a little more time and energy feel free to get any vegetables that work best for you.
Another great thing about this recipe is that you can switch up the veggies with anything that you might have lying around in your fridge. Some of my favorite vegetables are broccoli, peppers and onions but carrots, parsnips and even cabbage can work great in this recipe.
As always, have fun with your seasonings. For me, when I’m cooking this recipe it means I’m trying to be quick so I typically opt for a pre-mixed seasoning rather playing around with spices that I have in my cabinet. I love Goya Vegetable Seasoning. It’s versatile, works on any and all vegetables and best of all, it’s easy!
- 1 bag cut and cleaned fresh broccoli
- 1 red bell pepper; sliced thin (see image above)
- 1 yellow bell pepper; sliced thin (see image above)
- 2 large red onions; cut into bite size pieces
- 2 packages of Chicken Sausage (I love Wegmans brand)
- Enough olive to drizzle the vegetables
- 1 packet of vegetable seasoning
- Heat oven to 400 degrees.
- Chop vegetables and place on sheet pan. I use greenlife brand so I don’t use any spray but if you have a metal sheet pan it’s probably best to use a nonstick method like a cooking spray.
- Drizzle vegetables with oil, then toss vegetables to coat them in the oil.
- Add vegetables seasoning and toss again.
- Add chicken sausage to the sheet pan (see image above).
- Bake for 15 minutes or until vegetables soften.
- Let sit and then portion out into meal prep containers for the week.