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Everyone loves a good Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich, but have you ever tried Chicken Bacon Ranch Sheet Pan Nachos?  Let me tell you…they are yummy!  Super easy to make, super quick to make, super easy to cleanup, and they work well as an appetizer (or as a meal for 2…guilty as charged).  The chicken is juicy and tender, the bacon is salty and crisp, and melted cheese brings it all (or holds it all) together.  My favorite part is the ranch dressing that’s drizzled over the top.  It’s not just a bottle of ranch dressing but a homemade mixture that is rich and creamy, and you will want some in every bite! The recipe can be found here. Start by making the ranch dressing.  Combine the ranch dressing mix, mayonnaise, sour cream, and milk in a mixing bowl.  Whisk until well combined.  Then cover and refrigerate until ready to use. I like to let mine sit for about an … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Sheet Pan Chicken is a quick an easy, yet super tasty, weeknight meal.  The entire meal is made with one sheet pan so cleanup will also be quick.  You do need a cutting board, mixing bowl, and knife, but that’s still less dishes than normal, right?  I think it took me 60 min TOPS to make this dish, including prep time, bake time, and cleanup. This dish is full of flavor!  The chicken is moist and juicy, the veggies are tender, the BBQ sauce adds a little tanginess, and the pineapple add a wonderfully fresh, citrus flavor.  My favorite way to serve this is over a bed of rice but mashed potatoes or a salad would be a good substitute. The recipe can be found here. Start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Slice the chicken and add to a mixing bowl.  Drizzle with olive … Continue reading

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If you are looking for a simple yet filling and nutritious dinner, you’ve come to the right place.  Sheet Pan Sausage & Vegetables is all that and more!  It’s customizable, cooks on a sheet pan so you have easy cleanup and can easily feed a family of 4.  I like to use chicken sausage, but you can use any sausage of your choice.  I recommend using pre-cooked sausage because all you really need to do is reheat it with this recipe, not cook if fully.  My preference of veggies is potato, onion, and bell pepper but mushrooms, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, or cauliflower would also work well.  All you need to do is chop, season, and bake.  Easy as that! The recipe can be found here. Start by preheating the oven to 400 degrees F.  Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and lightly spray with cooking spray.  If you want to double the recipe, you will want to … Continue reading

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Make tonight’s dinner a fast and fun meal that’s completely customizable with sheet pan nachos!  These are guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser and are super easy to make.  Simply layer your toppings, bake, and enjoy! One big plus of these is they only take one pan to make so clean up is a breeze, and the pan doubles as the serving vessel so you can simply dig in and be satisfied in no time. I have 3 recipes to share with you today: Sheet Pan Chicken Nachos Sheet Pan BBQ Chicken Nachos Sheet Pan Buffalo Chicken Nachos   As mentioned previously, these would make for a great weeknight meal.  Otherwise, serve them at a football party, birthday party, weekend cookout, holiday party, etc.  The options are endless!  The recipes make a large enough quantity that you can feed a crowd. Let’s start with Sheet Pan Chicken Nachos.  These are … Continue reading

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Sheet Pan Pancakes are like one giant perfect pancake!  Once you make these or try these, there is no going back.  No standing at the counter flipping pancakes for an hour over the griddle!  Simply bake, slice, and devour.  They are moist, fluffy, and easy to assemble. The recipe can be found here. Start by preheating the oven to 425 degrees F.  Generously spray a baking sheet (11×17 size) with cooking spray. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the pancake mix, milk, and eggs.  Any brand of pancake mix will work just fine. Pour the batter onto the prepared baking sheet.  It might look like the batter isn’t filling much of the baking sheet, but it will rise as it bakes so you don’t need to add additional batter.  If you do, your pancakes will turn out more like cake! Add any toppings of your choice – blueberries, bananas, … Continue reading

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