This sausage, potato, and broccoli sheet pan supper is Whole30 friendly and comes together in just 30 minutes. It is marinated in a savory sauce that takes this simple meal to a whole new level!
Anyone else love a sheet pan supper or meal that can be made in ONE pot or ONE pan? I don’t know about you, but for me, less dishes = more happiness. I am a big meat and potatoes kinda gal if you couldn’t already tell, so this combo of sausage, potato, and broccoli is RIGHT up my alley! It’s hearty and makes a ton of leftovers, so you are technically multi-tasking. Making dinner AND meal prepping for lunches and other dinners throughout the week at the same time!
Which sausage should I use?
I don’t know why I was so anti Aidell’s Chicken & Apple Sausage prior to a couple of weeks ago. I don’t even know if I had actually TRIED it until then, I just figured if you could get it at a normal grocery store and didn’t have to hunt it down at a Whole Foods or Sprouts, then it probably wasn’t that good. (so sad, I know… HA). It also seems to be the staple Whole30 sausage that people complain about getting sick of easily. Maybe that turned me off, as well. BUT, turns out it’s pretty freaking amazing, especially baked! Sometimes chicken sausages kinda gross me out if they aren’t cooked all the way through (even though they are pre-cooked, the consistency just freaks me out). However, baking/roasting them gets them nice and crispy and OH SO tasty.
I recently tried it with the Paleo Cracked Black Pepper and Basil Chicken Sausage (Sabatino’s brand- pictured above) from Costco, and OMG – so good!! I bet it would be delicious with some Pederson Farms Kielbasa, as well. Bottom line – use whatever sausage you want! Just check to make sure it’s sugar free if you’re doing a Whole30.
The simple marinade/sauce that goes over this is so versatile. You can really combine any meat and veggies and potatoes with the sauce and I can guarantee it will turn out tasty! The pan is your oyster. or whatever. LOL feel free to get creative!
The rule of thumb for sheet pan dinners is to make sure that everything is relatively the same thickness. The potatoes take a bit longer to cook than the sausage and broccoli in this meal, so we add them about 15 minutes after the start of cook time to even things out.
I like to dip this in some Whole30 compliant ranch dressing – Tessemae’s is my absolute favorite! I get it on Thrive Market, which is an awesome online health food store. They sell a ton of Whole30 compliant pantry items for less than retail price! Think Whole Foods meets Costco. Use this link to get 25% off your first Thrive Market order + a 30-day free trial! And check out this post for a list of my Thrive Market must-haves!
Oh and PS – if you aren’t a broccoli fan, try this. You may just become one 🙂
Ok, let’s get cookin’!
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Sausage, Potato & Broccoli Sheet Pan Supper
- 1 package of 4 Aidell's Chicken & Apple Sausage, cut into 1/2 inch thick pieces or chicken/pork sausage of choice
- 6-8 medium-sized red potatoes cut into 1-2 inch cubes
- 1 head broccoli (or 12 oz package) chopped into florets
- 1/2 cup olive oil or avocado oil
- 1/4 cup coconut aminos
- 2 tbsp dijon mustard
- 1 tbsp Frank's Red Hot or other hot sauce
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 tsp sea salt
- 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes more or less depending on how spicy you like things!
- Preheat oven to 425. Line a large sheet pan with parchment paper. Add diced potatoes to a medium sized bowl. Add chopped sausage and broccoli to a separate bowl.
- Whisk remaining ingredients together to create the marinade/sauce. Pour half over the potatoes, and half over the sausage/broccoli. Mix well using your hands so all pieces are covered. I like to massage the oil into the broccoli - it creates the BEST flavor and crispiness!
- Add ONLY the potatoes to the pan, and bake for 15 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven and add the sausage and broccoli to the potatoes. Toss everything together and then spread back out evenly. Return to the oven for an additional 15 minutes.
- Check to see how browned everything is - if you like super crispy broccoli and potatoes like I do, add an additional 5 mins to the timer. Remove, serve with some Whole30 approved ranch dressing (Tessemae's is my favorite!) and enjoy!