This Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Fall Vegetables & Apples recipe includes a balsamic marinade, tons of vegetables and a sweetness from the apples to bring you a delicious and satisfying meal any day of the week.
Thanks to Michigan Apple Committee for sponsoring this post.
This past spring my family and I started a small garden and I have loved seeing how my children are learning step by step how to produce their own food. In my opinion, nothing beats learning through doing.
We planted a variety of fruit including raspberries, blueberries and strawberries and are looking forward to next year when they bear some fruit. Our other section included cherry tomatoes and Big Boy tomatoes and those two plants have produced more tomatoes than we know what to do with! I can’t wait to enlarge our garden space next year and grow more varieties of Michigan agriculture.
Speaking of Michigan Agriculture, the Michigan apple industry is booming this year thanks to favorable temps this past spring and summer. And since apples are so reasonable all year around, I have been loving making tons of my favorite apple recipes like these Baked Cinnamon Apple Dumpings and
I often make this Roasted Vegetables with Apples recipe which inspired me to try making a few more savory recipes like the recipe I’m bringing you today, this Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Fall Vegetables & Apples recipe. It’s made with a simple balsamic marinade and several fall vegetables to bring you a satisfying simple meal.
Now one thing I did differently for this sheet pan recipe compared to others is I cooked the chicken on a separate pan than the vegetables. This avoided the juices from the chicken getting mixed with the vegetables and making them soggy. It turned out perfectly how I did it and can’t wait to make it again.
Now head on over to Michigan Apples to view the full recipe for this Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Fall Vegetables and Apples meal.
This Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Fall Vegetables & Apples post is in partnership with Michigan Apple Committee.