How about we get loads of good veggies in a single dish with negligible prep, insignificant cooking time, and negligible wreckage. Indeed? Truly!

Is it accurate to say that you are an enthusiast of cauliflower rice bowls yet? Companion, jump aboard. You will be cheerfully eat up this Sheet Pan Balsamic Basil Chicken Cauliflower Rice Bowl. (I know. That is a sizable chunk.)

It’s a bowl of veggies that doesn’t feel like a bowl of veggies. The absolute best part may simply be that everything cooks together on one sheet dish.


Blast. Mind blown.

No compelling reason to set one up fixing one way and another an alternate way. Allows just not, alright?

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Did I notice that this supper just takes a short ways from beginning to end? 30 minutes. So you can carry on with your life and after that toss this together finally.

The chicken and broccoli broil in balsamic vinegar in addition to the chicken gets some additional adoration from minced garlic and new basil.

Layer in cooked red onion and cauliflower rice. You have yourself a fabulous bravo bowl of yum.

Sheet Pan Balsamic Basil Chicken Cauliflower Rice Bowl by The Whole Cook flat

I’ll caution you now. This is one of those formulas that just begins to smell astounding nearly when it goes in the stove. Isn’t that the best?

I adore when everybody in the house realizes something great is occurring. In the interim I’m off doing different things since this supper nearly makes itself. (Well as near that as we can oversee.)

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Try it out and let me realize what you think!

Made this yummy sheet container supper? On the off chance that you share it on Instagram I’d love to see it. Simply label me so I can look at it!

Sheet Pan Balsamic Basil Chicken Cauliflower Rice Bowl


2 mugs riced cauliflower

3 mugs broccoli florets

1 medium red onion

4 chicken bosoms diced

1/4 glass balsamic vinegar

salt and pepper to taste

1 tbsp minced garlic

1/8 glass new basil hacked


Preheat broiler to 400 degrees.

Bones chicken into 3D squares. Spread them in a solitary layer on one side of your preparing sheet.

Add broccoli florets to heating sheet in a solitary layer next to your chicken. Cut any huge florets down the middle or thirds.

Cut red onion into strips. Spread in a solitary layer on heating sheet alongside the broccoli.

Add cauliflower rice to heating sheet alongside the onion. (In case you’re ricing your very own cauliflower simply add florets to a powerful blender and mix until cauliflower has a rice or pearl-like consistency.)

Shower 1/4 container balsamic vinegar over the chicken and broccoli.

Add minced garlic to your chicken.

Add salt and pepper to everything on the preparing sheet.

Prepare for 15 minutes.

Expel from the stove and separate the chicken if it’s staying together. Shower 2 extra tablespoons of balsamic vinegar and cleaved basil to your chicken. Place back in the stove and heat for 5 extra minutes.

Expel from the stove and ensure your chicken is cooked through. Chicken ought to have no pink in the center.

Layer your cauliflower rice, red onions, broccoli, and chicken in dishes. Include somewhat more balsamic vinegar in the event that you lean toward a more grounded taste (I generally do). Appreciate!


Dicing the chicken bosoms enables them to cook through rapidly and ingest increasingly balsamic vinegar. Besides, it implies when everything is finished preparing you’ll should simply assemble your veggie bowls!

I don’t utilize olive oil while setting up this sheet skillet dinner to keep it additional light and haven’t had an issue with staying for two reasons: (1) There’s a lot of balsamic vinegar in this formula so the fluid helps. (2) About 15 minutes into the preparing time I move the chicken around to help keep it from stalling out. On the off chance that you stress over the opportunity of staying or have had any issues previously with nourishment adhering to your heating sheet at that point unquestionably don’t hesitate to include a sprinkle of olive oil or oil your preparing sheet!


Calories: 261kcal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Protein: 36g | Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 96mg | Sodium: 233mg | Potassium: 1147mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 13.3% | Vitamin C: 146.6% | Calcium: 8.5% | Iron: 9.7%

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