Thanks to these quick and easy sheet pan shrimp recipes, eating healthily has never been easier.
Perfect for weeknight family dinners, they’re impossible to resist.
10 Quick and Easy Sheet Pan Shrimp Dinners
If you’re worried that healthy eating means boring food, let me ease those fears.
These sheet-pan shrimp recipes are absolutely scrumptious! Each one explodes with enough flavor to make your mouth do a happy dance.
And provided you know how to reheat shrimp properly, you can even enjoy them for lunch the next day!
Let’s kick things off with something that’s hearty yet light and fully loaded with tastes and textures.
You’ll start with a pound of shrimp marinated in lemon zest and bold seasonings.
And with spices like smoked paprika, onion powder, and red pepper flakes, you really can’t go wrong.
Like the previous dish, this one features potatoes and asparagus alongside the shrimp.
But this shrimp recipe is a little different, as you’ll also include a dreamy garlic butter sauce.
And let me tell ya; it’s flipping fantastic!
You’ll roast everything the same way as the recipes above: potatoes first, then the asparagus, and then the shrimp.
But before adding the shrimp, toss them in half of the garlic butter sauce. It’s buttery, lemony, and full of garlicky goodness.
Take your taste buds on a cruise around the Greek Isles with this delicious Mediterranean shrimp dinner.
After all, there’s nothing like the flavors of the Med to make your meal fantastic.
This dish features a medley of veggies coated in Greek-inspired seasonings, including artichoke hearts, grape tomatoes, kalamata olives, and red onions.
Those get roasted first, followed by lemony, spicy, flavorful shrimp. Then, when it’s ready, top it with plenty of feta cheese and fresh herbs.
Bursting with flavor, this shrimp boil is sure to tempt even the moodiest of teens from their bedrooms!
Now, a shrimp boil is typically an event big enough to feed the whole town. But this one pairs it down for a more intimate occasion.
Which means it’s also a lot less messy!
That said, it still has all the best parts, like tender potatoes and smoky sausage. There’s also juicy sweet corn and, of course, perfectly pink shrimp.
Craving takeout? Save some moolah by making it at home!
This delicious Asian-inspired shrimp dinner will satisfy all of your takeout needs. And I can guarantee it’s healthier to boot.
It may not be as easy as ordering through an app, but it’s pretty darn easy.
And boy, it is YUMMY!
Serve it over your favorite rice or noodles, and enjoy!
If you enjoy a peppery bite with your food, then you’ll love this lemon pepper shrimp recipe.
Each bite bursts with lemon, garlic, salt, and paprika. Oh yeah, and plenty of black pepper!
The recipe has measurements, but I say measure with your heart. And for me, the more lemon and pepper, the better.
Serve it over grits for a Southern classic. Then check out my post “What to Serve with Shrimp and Grits” to make it even more filling.
Old Bay seasoning was meant for seafood and sausage. Of course, you can use it on anything you like, but it’s magic on dishes like this.
This easy dinner features a combination of shrimp and chicken sausage, along with roasted asparagus and shallots.
The flavors are deep and savory. But my favorite part is the bright lemon aioli that you’ll make to accompany the dish.
It’s garlicky, creamy, and delicious. It goes so well with the shrimp, sausage, and roasted veggies.
You don’t need to head to Louisiana to get yourself some authentic Creole cooking.
With this flavorful recipe, you can bring New Orleans right to you.
Creole food has roots in French, Spanish, Afro-Caribbean, and Native American cuisines. They come together to create this amazingly bold food.
It’s like fireworks on your tongue! And all that goodness is featured in this one pan dinner.
Want to encourage your kids to each their veggies? How about this rainbow of healthy and wholesome ingredients?
I don’t know anyone who can resist this dish.
It’s got green broccoli and zucchini, orange carrots, a mix of colors from your favorite bell peppers, and bright, plump, pink shrimp.
All in all, this is a very colorful and very nutritious dish. It also happens to be seriously tasty. And that’s a win in my book.
If spring is your favorite season, you’ll go gaga for this lemon, butter, and garlic shrimp dinner.
That amazing combination covers every inch of this delicious dish. It’s in the shrimp marinade, and it’s drizzled over the asparagus.
Better yet, it’s ready in only 20 minutes! So, you get a fantastic meal with very little effort.
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