The genius here is that everything cooks at the same time: the chicken, the brussels sprouts and the butternut squash. The maple dijon sauce is a breeze to whip up, tastes amazing, and is flavorful, yet still light enough to let all the great natural flavor of the ingredients shine through. Whether you turn to this after a busy day or for when you want to have friends over, it’s a great option that will never let you down – how could you say no to something that’s this easy, tasty and healthy to boot? We know we couldn’t! Get the recipe here!
Because it’s so easy and so darn delicious, this is a dinner that makes an appearance at our house rather frequently. The flavor of the lemon, garlic, and thyme with the moist and flavorful chicken is just superb. It all bakes up in one pan, and it’s hard to believe that a dish with that many layers of flavor took little more effort than tossing some stuff in a baking dish and sliding it in the oven. Olive oil and white wine form the base of the sauce and as it all bakes, the juice from the chicken comingles with those two to create something that tastes like a carefully concocted pan sauce. Lemon keeps things bright, while the garlic takes on a sweet and mellow flavor in the oven and the thyme lends a floral-piney quality. It all works together so well. Get the recipe here!