This Roasted Chicken Sausage with Vegetables meal is a must try that takes 35 minutes total and is one of the simplest recipes to make!
A common theme to this blog (besides healthy recipes with moderation in mind) is simple meals that the whole family will enjoy. When I saw my friend Katie’s post for these One-Pan Roasted Sausage and Potatoes recipe I knew I had to try it, and SOON. Since her post, I have made this recipe several times and changed it a little every time. It’s so versatile that you can add different vegetables and spices to fit your tastes, just make sure to chop the vegetables all about the same size so they will all roast equally. My entire family enjoys it too, which of course is a HUGE bonus (okay, maybe my one year old picks out only the chicken sausage to eat, but that still is a win in my book!).
Did you know that research shows children who eat meals together as a family are less likely to have disordered eating, are more likely to eat healthy food and less likely to be overweight? Now of course it’s easier said than done to eat meals as a family, especially with busy lives while juggling work schedules and after school extracurricular activities. If you find it difficult to line up schedules for family dinner time, try eating breakfast together instead. One of the important parts of family meal time is the interaction and communication family members have with one another. And if you’re the cook of the family, you’ll have more time to socialize with your family if you cook meals that take little prep work like this Roasted Chicken Sausage recipe.
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