Not only are these vegetarian sheet pan dinners easy, delicious, and versatile, but they also make clean-up a breeze.
And that’s always a win in my book!
Sheet pan dinners are a tasty and convenient way to cook. Just throw everything on a tray and let the oven do its thing.
Of course, you do need to be aware of cooking times, too.
For example, shrimp cooks way faster than potatoes, so you wouldn’t want to put those in the oven together.
But if you keep that in mind, these vegetarian sheet pan dinners will make busy evenings a little less stressful. Enjoy!
15+ Healthy Sheet Pan Dinners With No Meat
This colorful, filling meal is so irresistible; the whole family will want seconds. I mean, there’s just so much to appreciate about this dish.
The juicy burst tomatoes. The flavorful peppers, onions, and herbs. The fresh Parmesan and tender gnocchi.
Honestly, every mouthful of this is heavenly.
I could eat it three or four nights a week and not get tired.
Some people don’t like tofu because they claim it’s bland. But that’s certainly not the case with this recipe.
You may only use one pan, but there’s a lot going on.
The trick is to press the excess water from the block so it can then soak up the marinade.
And that bold, spicy seasoning mixture gives the tofu a wealth of flavor.
Serve it alongside roasted broccoli, pintos, carrots, and potatoes for a complete meal.
Fragrant and flavorful, this sheet pan frittata is ideal for any meal of the day. It’s light, fluffy, and as nutritious as it is delicious.
You’ll pack it with healthy ingredients like spinach, feta, garlic, and tomatoes. Plus, the eggs and ricotta offer plenty of protein, making it super filling.
It’s tasty and more than enough for dinner with a nice side salad. That said, I like it for lunch since it travels well.
This one requires a few more steps than just loading everything onto a sheet pan.
Still, that’s ultimately how you’ll cook everything, so I think it fits here.
It’s a hearty, healthy meal of sweet potatoes, black beans, and fluffy rice.
And while it’s a bit high in carbs, it’s a terrific option if you need an impressive dinner for a special occasion.
Do you love Mexican food? How about spice? If so, then this recipe will blow your mind.
It’s an oversized quesadilla stuffed with rich avocado and gooey cheese. You’ll serve it with a side of jalapeño Ranch that is OMG-good!
This thing may set your mouth on fire, but it is so worth it. Even when it hurts, you’ll come back for more.
This doesn’t look like your everyday mac & cheese, and that’s because it isn’t. Instead, this recipe is mac & cheese dialed up to 11!
The pasta dish is supremely cheesy and oh-so-creamy. However, the herby, garlicky breadcrumb topping takes it to a whole other level.
Have you ever wondered how people turn macaroni and cheese into a complete meal?
This is how. You won’t need anything else to go with it.
In the mood for something with a bit of flair? Try this vegetable and chickpea dish.
It’s a vegan-friendly meal that takes just 45 minutes to make. And it looks, smells, and tastes fantastic!
Plus, it’ll keep you full all night, it’s gluten-free, and leftovers (if you have any) can easily be frozen for later.
One bite of this Mediterranean masterpiece, and you’ll be hooked.
Between the garden-fresh flavors and zesty lemon tahini dressing, it’s relatively easy to make, and clean-up is a breeze.
Best of all, there’s so much flavor in every bite. You could eat this meal regularly and never get bored.
The name of this recipe is pretty long, but it tells you everything you need to know.
In short, it’s a colorful and filling dish that’s loaded with tons of veggies.
You’ll top it off with a spicy tahini and harissa sauce that brings a fair amount of heat.
So if you’re sensitive to spiciness, you may want to top it with Ranch.
10. Sheet Pan Nachos
Sheet pan nachos combine crispy tortilla chips and a variety of toppings. They’re cheesy, spicy, and overflowing with veggies.
You can stick to the recipe or top your nachos however you like.
You can even add shredded chicken or ground beef if the vegetarian thing isn’t a must-have.
Better yet, use tofu crumbles with taco seasoning to keep it veggie-friendly.
These make a fantastic dinner or appetizer and are especially nice for your next game night.
A completely vegan meal with eggplant as a base? Sign me up!
You just can’t beat all the farm-fresh garden flavor in this meal. It has so many veggies, including zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, and squash.
And that’s not even the end of the list!
If you want a meal that highlights veggies in a big way, this is it.
Speaking of eggplant, this eggplant parmesan is divine.
Imagine that heavenly cheese and tomato-smothered dish at your favorite Italian place. Got it?
Well, this one is even better than that.
It’s ooey-gooey and bursting with robust Italian flavors. Serve it with some buttery garlic bread, and call it a night.
Everyone at the table will ask for more, so be sure to double the batch!
I know I already shared one gnocchi recipe, but this one deserves a spot here too.
It’s pretty similar to the one above, but it adds vegan sausage into the mix. It also has a bolder, brighter flavor that includes burrata cheese and pesto.
And this is super easy to make with meat if you prefer.
Either way, both recipes are spectacular. So maybe try them both and see which one you like best.
You can never go wrong with herb-covered, roasted veggies. But why not make them even tastier by covering them in balsamic vinegar?
It livens up their taste, making it almost zesty. However, it doesn’t mask the earthy flavor of the veggies themselves.
Instead, it complements and lifts the whole plate with nothing more than a quick drizzle.
Serve these alongside a main course or make them a complete meal. They’re certainly filling enough to do either.
Who says you have to have meat on fajitas? I’m here to tell you that you don’t!
I promise, these are just as tasty and filling as your usual chicken or steak wraps. But instead of meat, you’ll use every vegan’s favorite veggie: cauliflower!
Better yet, there’s no time-consuming marinade to prep!
Instead, just toss the peppers and onions with bite-sized cauli and roast until it’s tender and slightly charred.
Then, pile them into a soft flour tortilla. I promise; you won’t miss the meat.
If you love tomatoes, you need to try this Pomodoro sauce.
It’s bright, fresh, and full of flavor. It’s also light enough that it won’t weigh you down.
Serve it alongside a fresh garden salad with garlicky bread. It’s like having a five-star restaurant meal right in your own home. Yum!
Here’s another veggie-packed meal that’s so filling, you won’t miss the meat one bit.
The tender veggies are perfectly seasoned, and the asparagus retains its delightful crunch.
Meanwhile, the carrots have that wonderful caramelized flavor. Together, it all makes the perfect meal.
And though it’s meat-free, it has more protein than you’d think!
Each serving has 12 grams and only 30-something net carbs. It’s a healthy, hearty, vegan-friendly meal that even meat-lovers will enjoy.
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