Sausage, sweet potato, broccoli, and bell peppers seasoned with olive oil, garlic, Italian seasoning and roasted to perfection. This quick 20-minute meal is a low-carb, healthy and packed full of flavor dinner option that is also great for meal-prep too!Healthy 20 Minute Sheet Pan Sausage and VeggiesSheet pan dishes have become my favorite and most exclusive way to cook most meat and veggies. They’re quick, easy, healthy and best of all, they’re effortless. Just one pan and no dishes to clean? I’m in!

In the past few years, I’ve shared many easy sheet pan recipes and this one is another favorite of mine. It’s very similar to the popular 15-minute chicken and veggies dish but instead of chicken, we’re switching things up a bit and opting in for sausage.
Healthy 20 Minute Sheet Pan Sausage and VeggiesI used smoked turkey sausage for this recipe. It can be found in the fridge aisle at your local supermarket and it usually comes either fully or partially cooked, but it will depend on the brand. Overall, any sausage should work for this recipe.

To being, chop all the veggies into small cubes. I used sweet potato, broccoli, and bell pepper. Asparagus, brussels sprouts, zucchini, onion, or baby carrots.

Next, slice the sausage into small 1” rounds and combine the veggies and sausage in a large baking sheet along with olive oil, garlic, Italian seasoning and salt & pepper.  To switch things up, you can always use either taco, cajun or your favorite spice blend place of the Italian seasoning.Healthy 20 Minute Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies

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Healthy 20 Minute Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies

By: Layla
Prep10 minutes
Cook20 minutes
Total30 minutes
Servings 4 -6


  • 12-16 ounces Smoked Turkey or Chicken Sausage, about 3 cups
  • 2 cups sweet potato, diced into 1/2'' cubes
  • 2 cups broccoli florets
  • 1 cup bell pepper, chopped (any colors you like)
  • 2 cloves garlic minced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning, or taco, Cajun of your favorite spice blend!
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon black pepper


  • Pre-heat oven to 400F.

  • Slice the sausage into 1'' rounds. Dice the sweet potatoes into small 1/2'' cubes.
  • Add the sausage, veggies and minced garlic to a large baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with the Italian spices or your favorite spice blend. Seasoning with salt and pepper. Toss veggies with your hands until they are fully combined and coated with olive oil and spices.

  • Bake for 20 minutes, flipping halfway. Enjoy with rice, quinoa, in sandwiches or as is for weight loss!


Other veggies that are also great in this dish include zucchini, asparagus, green beans, brussels sprouts, grape tomatoes, onion, and carrots.
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  1. So easy and very delicious! I didn’t think it would pack so much flavor!! Thanks!

  2. The recipe came out perfect, and my family loved it!

  3. I made this last night with Italian chicken sausage. My husband and I LOVED this. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thank you.

  4. We overdid our Bogo’s at Publix, so this was good timing for me. I went to Asia for my spices, sesame oil soy sauce, etc, and I used fennel, brocolli, carrots potatoes, etc. I used smoked beef sausage and Aleppo pepper to top it off. A Good Old American Pie. We are so lucky for our Naties and immigrants thatconinues to influences our own dishes.

  5. So easy! I made this with hot Italian sausage, broccoli, red and green bell pepper, red onion, garlic roughly chopped, sweet potatoes and red potatoes. It made two sheet pans and took about 30 mins at 400°. I used a bunch of random spices and mixed it all together. We paired it with a wild rice and *chefs kiss*! I love the versatility and simplicity!

  6. I make a variation of this recipe almost weekly. I use whatever vegetables I have in my house, such as white or red or sweet or fingerling potatoes, red or green peppers, onions, broccoli, green beans, brussel sprouts, zucchini, or carrots, then I toss with olive oil and homemade taco seasoning. After roasting 20 minutes I add sliced, fully cooked chicken sausage. I took some liberties with the recipe but the concept is the same and it’s a great way to use up extra veggies.

    1. aaahhhh cooked sausage, thank you, as I was wondering.

  7. Had to use frozen sweet potatoes., no problem.
    Added 1/2 a white onion sliced. Only had frozen mixed veggies, used them. Used Mrs Dash table blend instead of pepper plus a smidgen of salt. Half way through I sprinkled some shredded Colby Jack cheese on top. SO DELICIOUS!

  8. Could someone give me the nutritional facts for this please

    1. There is an app called MyFitnessPal for phones (or a website online) where you put in the entire recipe ingredient list and how many servings. You can modify based on what specific ingredient you used. It will break everything down. I’m sure there are more online as well. You shouldn’t really use a basic recipe and rely on those food stats because not everything is the same and could change your numbers immensely even with a brand change of the same item. Just a suggestion, but really it’s better to rely on your own info than something posted on the web.

      1. Please put nutritional values in recipes
        Helpful to me . I’m not down loading any app
        Most food sites now have it .

        1. Would you like someone to come over and cook it for you as well? Do some research.

    1. I’ve never tried it with them so I can’t suggest it. Sorry!

  9. If I use frozen sweet potatoes and frozen veggies, should I just keep an eye on the cooking time? I am making this for a big family dinner. Everyone is going to love it!

    1. Yes, you can but as you mentioned, it will take a little longer to bake so I would just keep an eye on the baking time to ensure they’re fully cooked through.

    2. I used frozen sweet potatoes, so good. Same anoint of cooking time, 1st time making this

  10. Soo good and kid friendly. My 8 year old loved it besides the bell pepper but gave her more broccoli and she was happy!

        1. Maybe a basic question but do you make this with pre cooked sausage, or raw? I have a Kielbasa in the fridge I’m thinking of making this with today.

  11. Grrr… why can I only pin your main page, but not individual recipes?!! Please add that feature (or tell me where to find it if I’m somehow missing it).
    Made this last night… reduced the broccoli and sweet potato a bit to add some patty pan squash, reduced the oil, used Italian seasoning, and Amylu Andouille pre-cooked chicken sausage, and served it with cooked quinoa topped with a little Cholupa hot sauce. Delicious

    1. I’m sorry about that, Jamie! Are you on mobile or desktop? we have a few pin options on every page. There’s a pin option on the bottom of every post, in the recipe box, and on the left side of the page. Additionally, you can pin images by hovering over them. Please let me know if you still need further help!

      1. I am having this same problem and I am on a PC computer. The Pinterest link at the bottom of the recipe does not work and I have hovered over each picture and no pinterest icon shows up to click. I have also tried to click on the images and it still does not work. There does not seem to be any way to pin this recipe.

        1. Oh no, I’m sorry about that! I’m not sure why the pin buttons are not working. Can you try pinning it directly from my Pinterest account?

  12. I par-boiled baby red potatoes then tossed them in the seasoning and a little olive oil & butter…then used them in the recipe as written SUCH an easy, tasty dinner!

  13. What is the nutritional information on this dish?

  14. Making this tonight can it be make in pressure cooker or air fryer?