This sheet pan Easter dinner means you can make a holiday meal that is beautiful, delicious, AND easy. The recipe includes lamb chops, green beans, smashed potatoes, and carrots, all made in one pan!
Sheet Pan Easter Dinner with Rack of Lamb, Smashed Potatoes, French Green Beans, and Rainbow Carrots
This sheet pan Easter dinner includes savory lamb chops, smashed potatoes, beautiful rainbow carrots, and French green beans.
So make Easter lamb with all the sides included, in one sheet pan. It serves a small family up to four people and it’s so delicious!
If you prefer pork, try this Sheet Pan Dinner with Ham instead.
Why you’ll love this Lamb Easter Dinner recipe:
- ONE PAN: This one pan dinner makes cooking and cleaning on the holidays extra easy.
- PERFECT SIZE: Make the right amount of food for a small family so nothing goes to waste.
- EASTER LAMB: Lamb is the perfect thing to serve on Easter, and this is such a simple way to make it.
How to make a Lamb Easter Dinner on One Pan!
Be sure to see the recipe card below for full ingredients & instructions!
- Begin by making the savory marinade for the lamb chops, and let them marinate while you prepare the other foods.
- Boil the potatoes just until tender. Pat them dry and then gently smash them. Place them on the sheet pan and cook for 10 minutes.
- While the potatoes cook, prepare the green beans and carrots by tossing each with olive oil and salt.
- Arrange everything on the sheet pan without overcrowding. Wrap the bone of the lamb with aluminum foil.
- Bake everything for 15 minutes at 425F, then turn the heat down to 350F and continue cooking for another 10 minutes.
- Remove the pan from the oven, cover it with foil, and let everything rest. The lamb should rest for 10 minutes before slicing and serving. This gives it time to come to the desired temperature.
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Sheet Pan Easter Dinner with Ham
Be sure to also check out our One Pan Easter Dinner for 4 with Brown Sugar Ham! The possibilities are endless.
What kind of lamb should I use?
I recommend using Frenched lamb chops for this recipe. That just means the fat/meat has been removed from the tips of the rib bones.
These are readily available at most grocery stores. Buying them pre-cut is much easier than buying a full rack of lamb!
What should I serve with Easter lamb?
A traditional Easter dinner typically features lamb with a few vegetables side dishes. This sheet pan recipe has it all in one, with three sides (one potato dish and two other veggies).
What spices and herbs go with lamb?
For this Easter lamb recipe, we’re using a mixture of garlic, sage, and thyme. It creates a beautiful savory flavor and complements the other dishes.
You could also use rosemary, oregano, or other herbs you have on hand if you prefer.
- You might want to use two sheet pans to avoid overcrowding the food, although it can be made with one large pan.
- Cook the lamb to an internal temperature of 120F, then let it rest until the temperature rises to 130F.
- You can use a potato masher or the side of a glass to smash the potatoes.
This sheet pan Easter lamb dinner is the perfect easy holiday recipe you’ve been looking for. Add your favorite Easter dessert for something sweet after dinner.
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