Quick and easy one sheet pan pesto salmon and veggies


Is anyone else short in time nowadays? Does anyone else want a quick and easy meal for a busy weekday dinners? Then, this recipe is for you! This quick and easy one sheet pan pesto salmon and veggies is a proper nutritious and delicious meal. It contains the vitamins and minerals from the vegetables, great source of carbohydrates and vitamins from the potatoes and, of course, lots of protein and Omega 3s from the salmon. I promise that you will have dinner served in no time and your little ones will love it.

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  • Veggies. I choose green beans and tomatoes but feel free to use one or two veggies that you like. Peppers, carrots, zucchini, yellow squash would work well on this one.
  • Potatoes. Well, I know that potatoes are classified as vegetables. However, I count them on our carbohydrates intake as they are very starchy. I used Yukon gold potatoes on this recipe as I feel like they are the best for baking. Those potatoes have a creamy, almost buttery flavor and they melt in your mouth. Also, feel free to keep the skin on as lots of the nutrients are on the skin.
  • Salmon. I always use wild caught salmon fillets. We are lucky enough to leave in the pacific northwest where we have access to fresh wild caught salmon. Of course, you can use frozen fillets, just make sure that you properly defrost and pat them dry with a paper towel.
  • Pesto ingredients. Mint, basil, parmegianno regiano, walnuts, olive oil. I used a combination of main and basil but you can use what you want. Also, feel free to use any nuts that you like. Or to keep it nut free you can use any seeds, like sunflower or pumpkin seeds.

How to serve to babies

  1. You need to make sure that the pesto is smooth so I would suggest to use a nut butter like almond butter instead of whole nuts.
  2. Green beans might be crispy if you just bake it like I did in this recipe. If you want to serve this to a baby you can first steam the green beans and then use them bake it as I describe in this recipe.
  3. Also, make sure that you cut the tomatoes properly.


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Quick and easy one sheet pan pesto salmon and veggies

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  • 1½ pound wild salmon cut in individual portions

  • 12 oz (340.19 grams) green beans, cleaned and trimmed

  • 12 oz (340.19 grams) grape tomatoes

  • 3 potatoes cut in wedges

  • ¼ cup olive oil

  • pepper to taste

  • For the pesto sauce
  • ½ cup mint and/or basil

  • ¼ cup parmeggiano regiano

  • ¼ cup nuts

  • 3 tbsp olive oil


  • Preheat your oven at 370F (187.78 degrees Celsius)
  • In a sheet pan place the green beans and potatoes and drizzle with the olive oil and pepper
  • Cook until fork tender (Around 35 min)
  • In the meantime, prepare your pesto. Add all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth
  • When potatoes and green beans are fork tender, place the salmon pieces and cherry tomatoes in the sheet pan
  • Brush generously the pesto on top of salmon and veggies
  • Cook for 12-15 min or until salmon is cooked through
  • Drizzle with a squeeze of lemon and serve

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