Easy Dinner Trader Joe’s

Easy Dinner Trader Joe’s

We love how you can dump these Trader Joe’s items onto a griddle and call it dinner

You’ll want to sit back while we comb through two of our favorites—Trader Joe’s and sheet pan dinners—for the ultimate easy dinner option. For most of these “recipes” (and we use that term loosely) all you have to do is cover a baking sheet with aluminum foil, preheat the oven, and toss your favorite Trader Joe’s items on the pan to bake. The best part is that it’s not active cooking and you can usually bake it anywhere from 350 to 425 degrees (just by adjusting the cooking time), which is perfect for when you want to add some rolls or other items to go with it. .

Mini gnocchi + spinach artichoke sauce + cherry tomatoes

Kate Loweth

You can find these little gnocchi in the fresh foods section and spinach artichoke dip in the refrigerator. Spray the pan with olive oil, then place the mini gnocchi and tomatoes in the pan, add a few cubes of frozen garlic and some salt and pepper, then dip the artichokes in the center of the pan. Bake until the tomatoes burst and the sauce melts. Add a little broth or cream to thin out the sauce and stir until combined. You don’t even have to boil the gnocchi before baking; It’s easy!

Chicken thigh shawarma + sweet potato frites + naan

Kate Loweth

If your crew can handle a little heat, this option may not be the easiest. Cover the pan with aluminum foil and place the shawarma chicken on one side and the fried sweet potatoes on the other side. Follow package instructions to cook French fries. The chicken should be well done by the end of this process but check the internal temperature to make sure it is done. Serve with naan to make “tacos” for one of Trader Joe’s most kid-friendly sheet pan dinners.

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Salmon + salmon yoghurt spices + colorful carrot coins

Kate Loweth

A salmon steak is the easiest thing you can bake, trust us. Grab some salmon fillets from the fresh meat section and a bottle of the new salmon seasoning. Cover the pan with aluminum foil and drizzle a little olive oil on it. Place salmon skin side down and sprinkle with salmon seasoning. In the other half of the pan, distribute the colored carrot coins. Bake in the oven at 425 degrees for 12-15 minutes until the salmon is cooked. Served with rice.

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