You can’t go wrong with these easy chicken and sweet potato recipes if you need something healthy, filling, and delicious to add to your weekly menu.
From creamy soup to curry, there are many ways to incorporate these nutritional powerhouses into your meals.
And what’s not to love?
Sweet potatoes are, well, sweet and super filling.
Meanwhile, chicken is universally loved and tasty, yet mild enough in flavor that you can pair it with pretty much anything.
These chicken and sweet potato recipes are family-friendly, inexpensive, and even kid-approved!
Let’s get to it!
This one-pot meal screams “autumn on a plate.”
It has all of the hallmarks of fall, including pecans, dried cranberries, and sweet potatoes.
But the best part is that everything cooks in one pan.
First, you’ll brown the chicken with plenty of seasoning, then add sweet potatoes, pecans, and dried cranberries.
It finishes in the oven and becomes a sweet, salty, nutty, and insanely delicious family dinner.
Take Mexican night to new heights with this easy chicken, sweet potato, and black bean skillet.
It’s packed with a healthy portion of protein from both the chicken and black beans.
Of course, there’s also lots of goodness from the sweet potatoes too.
Garnish with plenty of shredded cheese, lime juice, and cilantro, and serve with tortilla chips and a dollop of sour cream.
For added heat, toss a few slices of jalapeños into your skillet, or drizzle the whole thing with hot sauce. Yum!
Classic potato soup? Been there, done that.
Why not breathe new life into traditional potato soup by using sweet potatoes instead of yellow?
It’s slightly sweet, a little nutty, and comes together in a snap.
This soup has so many savory ingredients that it almost kicks it into the stew category.
The soup base incorporates 1/2 cup of cream (or any milk substitute) for extra richness that pairs well with the sweetness from the potatoes.
If your soup tastes a little flat, you can always add a pinch of cayenne pepper to give it a kick of flavor.
For a cost-effective alternative, check out this chicken and sweet potato stew.
All the ingredients are incredibly affordable, and one pot is enough for dinner and lunch the next day.
The base contains a simple mix of fire-roasted tomatoes and stock.
To that, you’ll add seasonings, sweet potatoes, chicken, and black beans. Once the potatoes are nice and tender, it’s good to go.
The entire meal takes just 20 minutes from start to finish and is a terrific way to feed an army on a hectic weeknight.
I love dinner bowls. They’re always a crowd favorite and are incredibly satisfying.
This BBQ chicken and roasted sweet potato bowl incorporates summer flavors in a compact package you’ll love.
If you have leftover chicken from last night, this recipe is just what you need to use it up.
Plus, everything bakes in one pan!
Just baste the chicken with your favorite BBQ sauce and load it onto a baking tray with veggies and potatoes.
This dinner is high in protein, low in carbs, and the perfect waistline-friendly meal.
Chicken and potatoes take on new life with this easy sheet pan dinner recipe.
It includes bright, bold flavors from avocado, lemon, and fresh herbs, making it perfect for summer.
Serve the sweet potatoes and chicken with a heaped serving of avocado goddess sauce, and you’ll go weak in the knees.
Add hummus or tahini to the plate for a nice, nutty twist.
Who says that chili needs to be heavy?
This chicken chili infuses all of those classic smoky flavors without the need for a post-dinner nap.
The sweet potatoes marry perfectly with all of those almost-charred flavors from classic chili seasoning.
It’s salty, sweet, savory, and packed with extra protein from beans and chicken.
Top with avocado and sour cream, and don’t be afraid to grab a second serving! I know I will.
Fire up those Crock Pots because it’s curry time!
Nothing warms your bones on a cold day like a good curry. And this recipe packs a flavorful and filling punch from the addition of sweet potatoes.
Let it simmer all day in classic curry spices, and you’ll be left with one helluva dinner.
Top this dish with buttery cashews and bright cilantro, then serve over rice for a complete meal.
Don’t worry if you have too much leftover; this recipe is freezer-friendly too!
Casseroles may be old-fashioned, but not this Mexican sweet potato and chicken dinner.
It’s super simple to make and uses pantry staples you likely already have on hand.
It’s almost like sweet potato and chicken lasagna, and with all those layers, you know it’s super filling.
Pile on the cheese, bake in the oven and serve. It whips together in just a few minutes and bakes for a little over an hour. The wait is the hardest part!
Are you gearing up for a busy week?
This one-sheet chicken and sweet potato recipe cooks up in a flash, and it’s super easy to make.
It’s high in protein, low in carbs, and jam-packed with flavor.
All you need to do is arrange sweet potatoes, seasoned Cajun chicken, and broccoli on a sheet pan and bake in the oven.
How easy is that?
Eat it right away, or portion it into storage containers to grab throughout the week. I just love easy meal prep, don’t you?
If you’re on the hunt for a healthy dinner that’s simple and affordable, look no further!
A no-fuss mix of chicken, sweet potatoes, and broccoli along with bold seasonings, this recipe is loaded with flavor while keeping calories low.
This dish’s excellent because everything bakes on one sheet pan, which means no extra dishes to wash!
To add a nutty flavor, toast some pecans in a skillet until they give off a pleasant aroma and toss them onto your plate. Delish!
For something a little out of the ordinary, try this Thai-inspired dish that looks as good as it tastes.
The rich and starchy sweet potatoes pair oh-so-well with the crunch from peanuts.
And it’s healthy too! Instead of using classic noodles, you’ll use spiralized sweet potatoes.
Side note: if you don’t have a spiralizer- get one! It’s a must-have kitchen utensil that helps to pack more veggies (and fewer carbs) into your meals.
I love anything with shredded buffalo chicken. And these skinny stuffed buffalo potatoes offer plenty of protein and nutrition.
It’s a great way to repurpose leftover chicken, and it’s sure to please the family.
Just toss shredded chicken with delicious buffalo seasoning and stuff it inside a perfectly baked sweet potato.
Drizzle with light blue cheese (or lite Ranch if blue cheese isn’t your jam) and pair with a salad. Yum!
This creamy soup is the perfect way to warm up after a cold day. It’s filling, budget-friendly, and ideal for big families.
Better still, you just need to toss the ingredients into a slow cooker and let it work its magic!
What’s great about this recipe is that everything marinates in the Crock-Pot – including the rice – so every bite is bursting with great flavor!
Carrots, sweet potatoes, and celery bring a crunchy texture (and nutrition), while two cups of milk make it plenty creamy.
Pair this soup with a crisp garden salad and a crusty baguette to mop up every last drop.
This Mexican casserole is yet another reason to invest in a spiralizer.
The spiralized sweet potatoes cook to perfection in the oven and bring a touch of sweetness to the dish.
It has all of the staples of an incredibly filling meal, from shredded chicken and beans to plenty of cheese.
The guajillo chili peppers add a spicy kick that pairs wonderfully with the sweetness of the potatoes. But you can leave it out if you prefer things mild.
These twice-baked chicken fajita sweet potatoes look like something out of a restaurant.
But don’t let the look fool you – this dish is deceptively easy.
Roast the fajita filling in the oven until tender (about 20 minutes), and make sure the sweet potatoes and nice and tender.
When you’re ready to eat, stuff the potatoes with the spicy chicken fajita filling and serve with chips and salsa. Oh, and don’t forget the guac!
This sheet pan meal whips together quickly, and it’s super healthy to boot.
Perfect for fall, it’s low in calories, easy to make, and beyond scrumptious.
It’s sweet with subtle spices and doesn’t require much oil as it bakes in the oven. It’s a definite must-make for sweet potato lovers.
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