Here’s a simple chicken and vegetable meal to get you through supper time even when you don’t want to cook. It’s full of taste, and healthy food.
We all have those days where we just don’t want to cook for our family. It doesn’t mean we’re bad mothers or parents, but just that it’s been a busy day, or you’re exhausted, or maybe you just get defeated cooking and having no one eat.
But last night’s supper was cereal so you want your kids to have some “real” food tonight. We’ve all been there. This meal is what I throw in the oven on those types of days, or even the days when I’ve just forgotten to make something.A simple but #healthy chicken and veggie meal that will make everyone happy tonight! #recipe Click To Tweet
Simple Chicken & Veggies for Supper
All you need are some boneless, skinless chicken breast, potatoes, and your favorite veggies, preferably from the freezer, just to be even more simple.
Now, to make clean up just as easy I line my cookie sheets with tin foil. Let’s not ruin a simple supper by having to scrub those clean later.
Spray the tin foil, lay your chicken breast down on it. Season with your favorite seasonings/spices. I used oregano, onion powder, and parsley. Fill your pan with your veggies, or however much your family will eat. Now is when I use my garlic powder, over all the chicken and the veggies.
If you’re going to have the with baked potatoes as we usually do, when you’re getting you chicken and veggies out, microwave your potatoes for about 5 minutes. Then put them on a tin foil lined baking sheet, spray with pam and sprinkle some garlic powder over those too… they’ll taste amazing!
Bake at 425 for 20-25 minutes or until your potatoes are cooked through, and your chicken juices run clear.
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