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This healthy one pan dinner is a dream. It’s an easy dinner recipe. When it comes to healthy casserole recipes this one takes the cake, a healthy one pan dinner means just that…only one pan to clean up and a complete dinner recipe ready in a flash! 

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Here’s what I use to cook my healthy one pan dinner: 

Pyrex sent me a baking dish that’s perfect for a healthy casserole recipe. Their 3-quart baking dish comes with a lid and carry bag. There’s even a hot/cold pack and a dish for your leftovers. The carry container has easy to grip handles and a secure zipper, and the handles on the baking dish make it easy to put into and take out of the carry case. I love this set and it is what I typically use to make this great casserole. 

Do you love casseroles, but don’t so much love the calories that come with them? This is my family’s favorite dinner–we call it an “uncasserole.” Potatoes, sausage, and veggies–without the cream-based soups! Roast it all together and you have a healthier casserole.

Healthy One Pan Dinner Recipe

This recipe can be used with any vegetables and meat you have in your refrigerator, which makes it so easy. I’ll tell you how we made ours, but know that everything can be changed. This one pan dinner is completed in one dish, cleanup is a breeze. It’s a quick dinner recipe, ready and on the table in 30 minutes or less which is nice on those busy weeknights! 

What are the ingredients in this healthy casserole recipe?

You can find the exact amounts that I used in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this post but here are the ingredients that you’ll need for this delicious and healthy one pan dinner recipe. They’re simple, wholesome, delicious ingredients that come together so quickly that you can have this great recipe on the table in 30 minutes! 

  • Fresh mushrooms
  • Peppers, I used green and orange but you can use any color! 
  • Purple cauliflower
  • Onion
  • Zucchini
  • Mini-potatoes: purple, yellow, and red
  • Chicken sausage: Italian and red pepper and garlic


prepped ingredients for a healthy one pan dinner casserole.

How to make this healthy one pan dinner recipe: 

Chop all of your veggies up small. Small is the key to even cooking, especially for the potatoes!

Spray olive oil in the bottom of your baking dish and set your oven to 375*. C

heck your veggies after 20 minutes, and every 5 minutes after that until they’re done. I used a fork to see how soft the potatoes and cauliflower were before pulling them out of the oven.

Do you love casseroles, but don’t so much love the calories that come with them? This is my family’s favorite dinner–we call it an “uncasserole.” Potatoes, sausage, and veggies–without the cream-based soups! Roast it all together and you have a healthier casserole.

For your sausage, you could add it to the baking dish if you’re cooking a smaller batch of vegetables.

We were feeding four, so I cooked the sausage on the grill (which is our favorite, anyway).

When the sausage was done, I added it to the top of the vegetables. If you are using meat that is already cooked you can choose to include it before or after the veggies go into the oven. Leftover rotisserie chicken is great in this healthy casserole recipe! 

There’s no canned soup in this healthy one pot dinner recipe? 

There is not! Good eye! This delicious and healthy casserole is amazing without any canned or creamy soup required. You can get all the flavor you love from these ingredients on their own. It’s comfort food without all the processed ingredients found in canned soups! 

I don’t have anything against some delicious soups like cream of mushroom or even cream of asparagus soup. I have homemade versions of both that are great in casseroles and other recipes (or on their own) but in this case it’s just not necessary! 

What are the 21 Day Fix container counts for this delicious dinner recipe? 

For this particular recipe it could not be easier! Just fill up your containers with what you need to finish out the day. This healthy one pan dinner is easy to separate into your containers as you need. If you need to get in more greens and reds this recipe is perfect for you!

You can focus on what you need to finish the day easily because the ingredients are obvious…it’s one of my favorite things about this great recipe. When you are packing up the leftovers you can use your containers again, add what you need into meal prep containers for the next day or so and be all set with a healthy lunch option. 

healthy one pan dinner cooked and ready to go.

Is this quick and easy dinner recipe perfect for meal prep? 

I think this is a great recipe for meal prep. It’s one of those one pan meals that you can prep ahead of time and portion out according to your container needs for the day. It’s a casserole version of those delicious sheet pan dinners that are all over Pinterest! When it comes to a healthy weeknight meal this one really does come together so easily. 

I take whatever veggies we have in the fridge and pair it up with whatever protein we have hanging around. It doesn’t matter if you are working with chicken breast or roasted chicken or the chicken sausage, it all comes together great! 

Do you have Weight Watchers info for this healthy dinner recipe? 

For Weight Watchers info you can actually check out this Weight Watchers healthy one pan dinner post for the same recipe! It provides the Freestyle Smart Points breakdown, tips and tricks for modifying the recipe, and more. 

There are so many great ways to make this healthy one pan dinner using whatever you have on hand. That’s no different for Weight Watchers. Some modifications will lower the points too so you can customize this recipe based on your points needs for the day! 

Looking for more 30 minute or less dinner recipes? 

Good news! I have plenty of quick dinner recipes to share with you. Healthy dinner recipes don’t have to be time consuming. I keep these kinds of recipes on standby so that when I need a healthy option for the whole family I can pull these out and have a winner on the table in 30 minutes or less. Here are some of my favorite weeknight dinner recipes right now: 

Printable Healthy One Pan Dinner Casserole Recipe: 

Do you love casseroles, but don’t so much love the calories that come with them? This is my family’s favorite dinner–we call it an “uncasserole.” Potatoes, sausage, and veggies–without the cream-based soups! Roast it all together and you have a healthier casserole.
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Healthy One Pan Dinner Recipe

Created by: Becca Ludlum
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 6
This healthy one pan dinner is a dream. It's an easy dinner recipe. When it comes to healthy casserole recipes this one takes the cake, a healthy one pan dinner means just that...only one pan to clean up and a complete dinner recipe ready in a flash! 

Ingredients 

  • 1 cup fresh mushrooms
  • 2 peppers I used one green and one orange
  • 1/2 head of purple cauliflower
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1 zucchini
  • 5 mini-potatoes: purple yellow, and red
  • 2 packages of chicken sausage: Italian and red pepper and garlic

Instructions

  • Chop all of your veggies up small. Small is the key to even cooking, especially for the potatoes! Spray olive oil in the bottom of your baking dish and set your oven to 375*. Check your veggies after 20 minutes, and every 5 minutes after that until they're done. I used a fork to see how soft the potatoes and cauliflower were before pulling them out of the oven. 1 cup fresh mushrooms, 2 peppers, 1/2 head of purple cauliflower, 1/2 onion, 1 zucchini, 5 mini-potatoes: purple
  • For your sausage, you could add it to the baking dish if you're cooking a smaller batch of vegetables. We were feeding four, so I cooked the sausage on the grill (which is our favorite, anyway). When the sausage was done, I added it to the top of the vegetables. 2 packages of chicken sausage: Italian and red pepper and garlic

Notes

21 Day Fix Container Counts: Super easy–fill your containers with what you need to finish up the day, this recipe is easy to separate into your containers as you need. For Weight Watchers this recipe comes out to 9 Smart Points per serving. If you use just 1 pound of sausage it brings down the points count to 5 per serving! 

Nutrition

Calories: 102kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 20mg | Sodium: 310mg | Potassium: 429mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 312IU | Vitamin C: 65mg | Calcium: 24mg | Iron: 1mg

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456 Comments

  1. I’d make lasagna. I’d also make your healthy recipe, that’s why I pinned it. Thank you :)

  2. Katie Bellamy says:

    I would make my famous lasagna! And of course your Healthy Casserole Recipe! ;)

  3. Katie Bellamy says:

    Pinterest follower!

  4. Beverly Metcalf says:

    I love the pyrex dishes and I would fill that dish with my lasagna. Thanks!

  5. Charlene Kuser says:

    i would like to make your healthy casserole.It looks delicious and I need to eat to eat healthier.

  6. Charlene Kuser says:

    I follow you on Pinterest as (Charlene Kuser)

  7. Dawn Sterner says:

    I would definitely make your delicious looking Healthy Casserole! We all LOVE vegetables here and I think my kids would really like this dish! Thanks :)

  8. I am definitely interested in trying that recipe !!! I looks good!!!! I would also do all my go to dishes as well :) thanks! like my pizza pasta bake

  9. The Healthy Casserole Recipe sounds and looks yummy and I would like 2 try it soon:)

  10. I would make a lasagna.

  11. I follow you on pinterest(Kelly Saver)

  12. Gennie Lancaster says:

    I would try your healthy casserole of course and lots of other healthy dishes! Thanks for the giveaway!

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