Green beans, golden potatoes, carrots, peppers and succulent Italian sausage come together for a delicious and comforting Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner! It’s such an easy sausage recipe, perfect for hectic weeknights.
When life gets busy, get your sausage in the oven with this super tasty and super easy Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner! Sausage recipes don’t get any easier than this lovely tray of goodies. Loaded with flavors and textures, it’ll please even the hungriest of crowds!
Why you’ll love this Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner
- A balanced meal. You’ve got your veggies, potatoes and sausage all together on one sheet.
- An easy sheet pan meal. With a few pantry staples, this comes together in a flash with little clean up needed – nice!
- Delicious. Crunchy green bean, crisped potatoes, sweet peppers and carrots cozy up to succulent Italian sausage pieces – yum!
How to make this Italian Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner
Be sure to see the recipe card below for full ingredients & instructions!
- Prep your veggies – Place the carrots, potatoes and pepper chunks into a large bowl and coat with olive oil, garlic and seasoning. Then place onto the sheet pan.
- Bake – Add the sausage coins to the sheet pan and bake for 25 mins. Then add the green beans and bake for another 15 mins.
- Garnish, serve and enjoy!
Other veggies you can use
This Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner is versatile, you can add in your favorite veggies. Just make sure you adjust cooking time and add veggies in as appropriate. Some other veggies you could try:
- Brussels Sprouts
- Sweet Potatoes
- Grape Tomatoes
What to serve with this Sausage Sheet Pan Dinner
This is a balanced meal on its own but you can certainly amp it up with any number of delicious sides. Here are some ideas:
Is this good for meal prep?
Absolutely! This is a great meal prep idea for lunch or dinner. You can portion it out into separate containers and keep it in the fridge. And it reheats really well, so you won’t lose any flavor or texture. Make a big batch for the week ahead–so easy!
- Make sure you don’t overcrowd the sheet pan. If veggies are all jammed together and overlapping they have a tendency to steam and you won’t get that lovely roasted texture.
- Try out different veggies. Use whichever vegetables are in season for best results!
- You can add the green beans in with the other vegetables if you would like but they tend to cook faster than the carrots, potatoes and peppers. My family like green beans that still have a bit of crunch to them so I prefer to add them later.
- I have used many different types of potatoes in this dish and they all work well but my favorites are any type of new potato with tender skins so that I don’t have to peel them.
- Try and cut the veggies roughly equal in size so that they cook evenly.
- Try topping with some Parmesan cheese.
- To get that deep caramelization, don’t flip the veggies during cooking, just shimmy the pan a bit to move them around.