Looking for a healthy dinner idea? My Sheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables recipe is full of flavor and takes only 25 minutes to make!
I can’t get enough shrimp sheet pan meals these days! From my Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas to my Sheet Pan Shrimp and Zoodles sweet, juicy shrimp shine on the sheet pan. Because they cook in just minutes you are able to get dinner on the table in a flash.
In fact, this gorgeous plate of shrimp-y goodness can be on your table in less than 25 minutes… start to finish. I promise!
So let’s get cooking!You'll LOVE this easy, healthy dinner with NO CLEAN UP! Sheet Pan Shrimp and Rainbow Veggies with Old Bay!
Here’s why you’ll love my Sheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables recipe…
I love this recipe because it starts with a gorgeous array of vegeables. I know I can never have enough colorful veggies so I went for a full on rainbow here.
For this Sheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables recipe, I used red peppers, orange carrots, yellow peppers, green broccoli and purple onion. I fully believe in eating the rainbow naturally and you can’t go wrong here.
On top of the veggies, I add big, plump shrimp.
The entire dish is seasoned with a healthy shaking of Old Bay which will take you to the beach. Old Bay can get spicy if you use too much, so make sure to read my recipe notes if you are sensative to heat.
I love to serve this as shown. It’s a low carb, gluten-free meal. OR you can double the servings you get out of it by topping the shrimp and veggies with lemon seasoned quinoa or rice.
Either way is delicious! Just don’t forget to line your pan with foil so you’ll have no cleanup.
What do you need for this Sheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables recipe?
- Large Shrimp <— look for 26-30 count
- Rainbow Veggies
- Olive Oil
- Old Bay <— the perfect addition to shrimp
- Eco- Friendly Cooking Spray
How do you make this Sheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables recipe?
- Line a pan with foil and spray with cooking spray.
- Toss the shrimp and veggies separately in olive oil and the Old Bay.
- Spread the veggies on a pan and roast them.
- Pull the veggies out of the oven and top them with the lemon slices and shrimp. Cook for just a few minutes until the shrimp are tender and pink.
- Serve alone or with rice or quinoa!
I hope you’ll give this tasty Sheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables recipe a try! It truly is so tasty and super easy to make. It’s the perfect addition to your weekday dinner rotation.
You'll LOVE this easy, healthy dinner with NO CLEAN UP! Sheet Pan Shrimp and Rainbow Veggies with Old Bay!
Also try these sheet pan meals…
- Vegetarian Sheet Pan Fajitas
- Sheet Pan Shrimp Fajitas
- Sheet Pan Shrimp and Zoodles
- Sheet Pan Lemon Garlic Salmon and Brussels Sprouts
- Sheet Pan Southwest Sweet Potato Hash & Eggs
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This easy and tasty sheet pan shrimp and vegetables recipe uses rainbow veggies and old bay for the perfect healthy meal. No clean up and tastes amazing!
- 1 pound large shrimp peeled and deveined
- 1 carrot thinly sliced
- 3 cups small broccoli florets *
- 1 red bell pepper chopped
- 1 yellow bell pepper chopped
- 1/2 red onion chopped
- 1 lemon sliced
- 1-2 teaspoons old bay ** divided
- 2 teaspoons olive oil divided
- 1/2 teaspoons salt divided
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper divided
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Line a sheet pan with foil and spray with cooking spray.
In a bowl toss the carrot, broccoli, bell pepper and onion with half of the olive oil, half of the old bay and half the salt and pepper. Spread the vegetable mixture on your sheet pan and roast for 10 minutes.
While the vegetables are cooking and In the same bowl toss the shrimp with half of the olive oil, half of the old bay and half the salt and pepper. Squeeze the ends of the lemon in the bowl.
Pull the vegetables out of the oven and place the lemon slices on the veggies then carefully lay the shrimp on top of the veggies. Put back into the oven for 4-6 minutes or until the shrimp just start to curl and turn pink. Do not overcook... the shrimp will cook fast!
Serve as shown or over a bed or your favorite grain or pasta.
Make sure your vegetables are cut smaller, especially the broccoli florets or they will not cook quickly enough.
Old bay can be a bit spicy. 2 teaspoons in the recipe has lots of flavor and a delightful kick. If you like less spicy food just use 1 teaspoon.
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