It’s officially back-to-school season and I don’t know about you, but our weeknights are already getting a little crazy. So, I’m excited to have some easy dinners I can throw together to keep everyone fed! My family loved this new Sheet Pan Breaded Pork Chops and Veggies dinner. You could even swap in some different veggies depending on your preferences. I served it with whole-grain wild rice, and it was a perfect accompaniment!
Breaded Pork Chops Recipe With Sheet Pan Veggies
These crispy breaded pork chops combine whole wheat flour and breadcrumbs for a more mindful alternative to boxed pork chop seasoning mixes. This recipe is an instant family classic, all-in-one sheet pan meal that will satisfy everyone at the table!
What to do With Leftover Pork Chops
Cut down on waste and turn your leftovers into a new dish! If you’re trying to use up a whole pack of pork chops, throw them in with this recipe and you’ll end up with perfectly seasoned and crispy pieces that make for an incredibly versatile ingredient.
Plus, we switched up the leftovers into something super yummy. That means you could double this recipe on Day 1 and have something different and just as tasty the next night. Now, that’s my kind of meal! For the leftovers, we cut everything up into bite-sized pieces and mixed them into some creamy pasta (pictured). It was super delicious … highly recommend it!! Here are some more ways to reinvent leftovers.
Other Favorite Easy Sheet Pan Dinners
When work and after-school activities have you scrambling at dinner time, sheet pan meals are the perfect solution to get a healthy dinner on the table. Below are some of our other favorite sheet pan recipes, and you can find more on our One Pot / Sheet Pan category page.
- Easy Sheet Pan Sausage & Peppers
- Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner
- Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Pork and Veggies
- Asian Balsamic Sheet Pan Dinner
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Is there a recipe for the creamy pasta that you use for the leftovers?
You could take from this pasta recipe: https://www.100daysofrealfood.com/kale-tomato-alfredo/