Recipe of the Month: Sheet Pan Kielbasa Dinner

Sheet Pan Kielbasa Dinner

by BookWormMom

Howdy my fellow bibliophiles!

This was SO easy, involved more of my favorite kitchen helps, and not one bite was left. My crew scarfed this meal, then ate up the leftovers before we could put them away.

Hurricane Ian was on the way, but my people still needed fed. We were all tired from hurricane prep. I needed even just a few minutes of help from the grocery store. No, this doesn’t save money. However, I weigh the cost of my sanity vs. the cost of a little help. My sanity wins. It is worth the few extra dollars in my book.


  • Bagged pre-washed tiny potatoes…plus shortcut time in the microwave…are totally worth it to me. Not only do they make cooking one handed simpler, but they also save me time and energy. Those two things are in short supply right now. If you have time to wash potatoes, go for it. Save your pennies! I’m all for saving money as long as my sanity stays intact.
  • Bagged pre-washed, pre-trimmed fresh green beans….same reason as above.
  • Kielbasa: This comes pre-cooked, and is often BOGO at my grocery store. I consider this a total win/win.


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Sheet Pan Kielbasa Dinner

Course Main Course
Servings 6


  • 1 lg bag pre-washed/trimmed green beans 32 oz
  • 1 bag prewashed baby potatoes 24 oz
  • 2 pkgs kielbasa, your favorite flavor
  • 4 tbsp olive oil, approximately
  • salt and pepper, to taste


  • Short cut time: cut the potatoes into large bite size pieces and microwave them in a bowl for 6 min…not until done, just partly.
  • Mix the potatoes and green beans with olive oil, salt, and pepper.
  • Pour the mix onto a sheet pan and spread into one layer. (I needed two sheet pans to feed my herd.)
  • Slice the sausages into large bite size pieces and lay them all over the top of the beans and potatoes.
  • Bake at 375F for 25-40 minutes. The timing totally depends on your oven and the potatoes. Once the potatoes are fork tender, dinner is ready.


G: Nutritional information comes from Carb Manager, using 32 oz GB, 24 oz potato, 28 oz Kielbasa (2 pkgs), and 4 Tbsp olive oil, and are PER SERVING, if you get 6 servings.
  • Carbs: 38g
  • Fiber: 6g
  • Protein: 24g
  • Fat: 47g
  • Calories: 661

Happy Eating,



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