Simplicity is the name of the game with this recipe round-up. Sheet pan meals are ideal for busy weeknight dinners and managing weekly meal prep madness — they're the oven version of one-pot meals — resulting in less work and less mess. You'll need a baking sheet, a protein you love and your favorite vegetables along with some seasonings and you're pretty much set. Lining your sheet with tin foil or parchment paper will make dishes even easier, with less scrubbing.

Simple doesn't have to be boring, though. This collection doesn't sacrifice flavor and includes a little something for everyone. From breakfast to dinner, paleo or vegan, here are our favorite sheet pan recipes from food blogs to save you time in the kitchen so you can spend it with the people and activities you love.

Breakfast:

Sheet Pan Classic Breakfast Bake — A new way to make an old favorite. Skip the diner share breakfast at home without tending to three frying pans at once.

Sheet Pan Sweet Potato Hash with Eggs —This Mexican-inspired dish is filling, flavorful and perfect for hosting a hungry breakfast crowd after a morning workout.

Vegan Triple Berry Sheet Pan Pancakes — You'll flip for these pancakes without sweating over the stove.

Anytime:

Crispy Sheet Pan Gnocchi and Veggies — Less like dumplings and more similar to roasted potatoes, you've got to try this baked gnocchi.

Easy Pork Chop Sheet Pan Dinner — Perfect for busy families, you'll have this healthy meal on the table in half an hour, leaving plenty of time to get to soccer practice.

Sheet Pan Honey Balsamic Chicken Thighs with Veggies — Build in 15 to 20 minutes to marinate these chicken thighs and you will not regret it!

Sheet Pan Mediterranean Chicken and Vegetables — The sprinkle of feta at the end is key.

Sheet Pan Chili Lime Salmon — A salmon dish for people who love the kick of chili flakes.

Sheet Pan Buddha Bowls with Tahini Sauce — Chef's choice: Add egg, falafel or chickpea for protein.

Turmeric Roasted Sweet Potato, Green Beans and Crunchy Chickpeas — We're cheating a bit here because this goes so well with a side of quinoa. It's technically a sheet pan and a pot, but it's worth it.

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