Easy Chicken Foil Pack with Roasted Vegetables (quick and healthy!)

Hi readers!
It has been AWHILE since I’ve written a yummy food post…but after a prolonged summer, winter is finally here so time to turn on the oven! I wanted to do a quick, easy, and healthy meal that you could do for lunch or dinner. I am a big fan of throwing things together quickly and sticking them in the oven or crock pot, and now that the weather has gone chilly I find us cooking more oven and crock pot meals. For today’s post, a simple chicken and veggie oven recipe!


Chicken Breasts
Salt and Pepper
Olive Oil
your favorite Vegetables

*preheat your oven to 400 degrees

Take your chicken breast and place on a piece of foil (you want the foil to be large enough to cover the whole chicken breast when folded).
Drizzle some olive oil and sprinkle with salt, pepper, and paprika (to taste).
Do this to both sides of the chicken breast.
On the top side place a sprig of rosemary and a whole peeled garlic clove.

Fold up your foil around the chicken like an envelope.
Place foil packets on a cooking sheet with your favorite veggies (asparagus and mushrooms for us!)
Drizzle olive oil on veggies. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Place a couple rosemary sprigs and whole fresh peeled garlic cloves on the veggies.

Put in oven at 400 degrees for 30 minutes.

All cooked up!
We did a quick lazy side of this Uncle Ben’s ready to serve rice (took 90 seconds in the microwave)

And there you have it, a fast and healthy oven chicken and veggie meal! So you can stay cozy underneath your blanket on the couch, because honestly winter weather makes us all hibernating bears.
Who still want to eat healthy though.


Yum! Enjoy!


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