Easily The Best Garlic Parmesan Veggies & Sausage

Hey Cuties,

Let me just say I put it down in the kitchen this week. I’m a Pinterest junkie and they never disappoint me with the recipe options. My food board is legit and you can fight me on that.  I’ve had my eye on some deliciously quick meals that don’t have me in the kitchen for a long time. Hello, #FatSnacks Friday!

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The Sheet Pan Garlic Parmesan Veggies and Sausage are what I was checking for. In the interest of doing better with this meal planning thing, I had it on the dinner schedule. Bonus: It is a guilt-free meal.  The idea is to use whatever veggies you have at home but  I was a bit more particular. I had broccoli but I picked up everything else from the store. You know I’m not particular with measurements, so I eyeballed the portions. It looks like enough for us to have two meals worth.

Let’s start with the ingredients:

  • asparagus
  • sweet bell peppers (red, yellow & orange)
  • broccoli
  • red skin potatoes
  •  smoked sausage (Hillshire Farm Beef Kielbasa)

I stuck with the recommended measurements of the seasonings and oil

  • 6 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon dried oregano
  • 1 tablespoon dried parsley
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • Topped with shaved Parmesan & Asiago cheese

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I used 2 Packs of Hillshire Farm Beef Kielbasa

Chopping up the veggies is the most time-consuming part of this entire process.

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I cut each asparagus stalk into three pieces.

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Chopped up red skin potatoes

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Red, yellow and orange sweet bell peppers.

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Fun Fact: Broccoli is my favorite veggie.

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Now that everything is chopped up I dumped all of my ingredients into a large bowl and tossed them by hand. I poured in the olive oil and tossed them a bit more.

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Before I got my Salt Bae on and loaded up all of the seasonings I lined my cookie sheet with foil and dumped everything onto it.

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This time I did the tossing while on the sheet pan.

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At this point, I was ready to eat, but it was not ready. I popped it in the oven on 400 and let it cook for 15 minutes.

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The first 15 minutes are done, now toss it again. You want everything to cook as evenly as possible. Put it back in the oven for another 15 minutes.  My cookie sheet does not have sides so I cupped the foil upward to catch any leftover olive oil. I don’t want to burn down our home.

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It is out of the oven and my house smelled heavenly.

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I topped it off with shaved Parmesan & Asiago cheese and put it on top of a bed of white rice.  The next time I make it I want to add in Brussel sprouts.

Inspiration Pin

What veggies would you put in yours? Chat with me in the comments below or FBIG, and Twitter.





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  1. All I have to say is Yum!! the picture of this dish had my mouth watering from the beginning. During the past week I decided to use quite a few of the veggies I had in my home and put them on the grill. So I think next time I’ll try this particular recipe. I like the veggie combo you chose so much I wouldn’t change a thing!

  2. The veggies in the dish look very yummy. I’ve cut down on cheese but loved to back my veggies to make them a little crispy when I can. Often during the summer we enjoy grilled veggies so I don’t have to heat up my home with the stove being on.

  3. This looks delicious. I love a good pan meal. Adding to my rotation this week.

  4. This recipe is right on time. We are in the midst of moving and eating lots of junk. My oh my. I told my family we had to make a huge adjustment once we are settled in our new home. Simple and filling.

  5. This looks really good. It has all of the veggies I like. I’m going to make this for my husband and daughter. I don’t eat meat so I will have to figure out something for myself.

  6. Everything looks amazing but the sausage. Not your fault I am pescatarian now so I can do this recipe fine sans the sausage!

  7. I’m definitely making this for our next family dinner gathering. It looks delicious, but I love the simplicity of it and that it only requires one pan to make! I’m always here for dishes that don’t require a lot of messy pots and pans.

  8. This meal looks divine, wish I could gist reach out and grab it.I especially love that it’s so easy to make. I’m all for fast and snappy meals. 🙂

  9. Wow, this looks very good. I love sausage dishes with potatoes but I’d omit the asparagus cause I don’t like it much.

  10. This looks amazing! What veggies would I use? Same ones. I’d leave the sausage out of my portion since I’m trying to cut back on meat, but my family would love this as is.

  11. This veggies and sausage recipe looks so good, Mimi! I love the Hilshire beef sausage. It’s a great add-in for really any type of casserole dish. Adding this recipe to my meal list!

  12. I’ve got to add this to my Pinterest board for recipes I’ve got to try.
    This Fall I’ll probably be working in an office setting part-time, so I’ll need some easy recipes once I get home from work.

    1. Nice, this would be perfect. I’m going to put this in a more regular rotation. I want to change up the meats and veggies to make it a little different.

  13. This looks so good! Sausage always adds an extra kick of flavor to vegetables! And anything with parmesan cheese is always amazing!

  14. That looks really good when you get it all together. Those red skin potatoes looked extra yummy. Good to know it is kielbasa too.

  15. I love searching through Pinterest for recipes. I also have a food board to save my favorites and must try recipes.

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