To many, the sheet pan is nothing more than a baking staple, but to us, it’s the unsung hero of the kitchen. It can rescue dinner on a busy weeknight, save you from a mountain of cleanup and answer the call when you need to feed a crowd. We can’t wait to prove it to you with these fall dinner sheet pan recipes.
This simple Half-Baked Harvest recipe spices up your traditional honey mustard chicken, literally! It’s perfect over the chicken’s crunchy cornflake breading and pairs so well with Brussel sprouts, which just so happen to be in peak season now. For the ultimate fall comfort dinner, serve over creamy polenta or mashed potatoes.
If you’re looking for a recipe full of seasonal flavors, The Kitchn delivers with this one. It’s colorful, hearty and only takes 10 minutes to prep! And if you’ve never roasted gnocchi before, prepare to ‘fall’ for the ease and the unexpected taste!
Quick, easy and so, so good, you might say we’ve hit the trifecta with this Better Homes & Gardens recipe. We recommend using fresh squash and Fuji, Gala or Cortland apples since they are in season. Top with lemon zest to keep things fresh.
Just when you thought fish and chips couldn’t get any better, our Goodtaste recipe makes it doable with one pan! We’ve even given it a healthy, no-fuss makeover to boot. No deep frying, no oil splatter–yes! Pro tip: pre-toast your breadcrumbs in the microwave to get a head start on that golden-brown crust.
Lamb on a busy weeknight? Yes, it can be done with this Food52 recipe. The lamb meatballs are boldly flavored and the yogurt makes them meltingly tender. Broiling the cauliflower on one pan with the meatballs means they soak up all the drippings, too! Pro tip: Make a double or triple batch because you will want leftovers!