Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner

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Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner is made with turkey kielbasa, asparagus, tomatoes and bell peppers cooked all on one pan, easy cleanup! It’s also Keto, Whole30, Low Carb and Gluten-free.

Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner is made with turkey kielbasa, asparagus, tomatoes and bell peppers cooked all on one pan, easy cleanup! It's also Keto, Whole30, Low Carb and Gluten-free.
Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner

If “quick and easy” is your jam, you definitely need to add sheet pan dinners to your repertoire. Cooking meat and veggies side by side on a single pan means less time, less stress, and less cleanup.

This recipe is modified from the The Wholesome Yum Easy Keto Cookbook (affil link) by Maya Krampf. Her cookbook is filled with lots of gorgeous photos and recipes for those of you on a Keto diet. If you look on Amazon, she has a 5 star review from everyone who purchased her book. Since Keto is typically high fat, I modified this recipe to be lower in calories and fat. Simply swapping the Kielbasa for turkey kielbasa and using less (I used a whole package), I was able to easily make it work.

I chose this recipe because I love sheet pan dinners. And kielbasa provides a nice variation over the usual chicken and beef protein options. Hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

How To Make Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner

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Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner is made with turkey kielbasa, asparagus, tomatoes and bell peppers cooked all on one pan, easy cleanup! It's also Keto, Whole30, Low Carb and Gluten-free.
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Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner

270 Cals 19.5 Protein 16.5 Carbs 16 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 30 mins
Total Time: 45 mins
Yield: 4 servings
COURSE: Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
CUISINE: American
Kielbasa Veggie Sheet Pan Dinner is made with turkey kielbasa, asparagus, tomatoes and bell peppers cooked all on one pan, easy cleanup! It's also Keto, Whole30, Low Carb and Gluten-free.


  • 14 ounces turkey kielbasa, cut on the diagonal into 1/2-inch-thick slices
  • 1 pound asparagus, trimmed, cut into 2-inch pieces (3 cups)
  • 1 1/2 cups 8 ounces grape tomatoes, halved
  • 1 large orange bell pepper, cut into 2-inch pieces (1 1⁄2 cups)
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper


  • Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a 20 × 14-inch baking sheet or two 14 × 10-inch pans with foil and grease well.
  • Arrange the kielbasa in a single layer on the baking sheet. Roast for 12 to 15 minutes, until it starts to brown on the bottom.
  • Meanwhile, in a large bowl, toss together the veggies.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together the oil, sea salt, Italian seasoning, paprika, garlic powder, and black pepper. Pour over the veggies and toss to coat.
  • When the kielbasa is done, remove the pan from the oven but leave it on. Flip the kielbasa pieces over and move them to one side of the pan, leaving space for the veggies.
  • Arrange the veggies in a single layer on the other side of the extra-large pan, or on the second pan if using two pans.
  • Roast for 18 to 20 minutes, until the veggies are tender and the kielbasa is further browned.



Serving: 11/2 cups, Calories: 270kcal, Carbohydrates: 16.5g, Protein: 19.5g, Fat: 16g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 52.5mg, Sodium: 1482mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 5g
WW Points Plus: 7
Keywords: keto dinners, kielbasa, sheet pan dinners

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  1. This recipe is awesome! Nice and simple, fast to make. I served it over rice and spooned the pan juices over it. So yummy!

  2. This has become one of our family favorites! Sometimes I add some onion, and we like to sprinkle it with crumbled feta when it comes out if the oven.

  3. Easy and delicious! My picky husband had 3 servings! 

  4. By far, one of my favorite ST recipes and soooooo easy!!

  5. made this tonight but using what I had (brussell sprouts, potatoes, green pepper and red onion and celery and used Turkey smoked sausage. Love it, I steamed my potatoes first, and roasted the brussel sprouts first, then added everything else with one table. olive oil, garlic powder, salt and pepper, It was great and very filling

  6. We made this easy sheet pan meal and loved it! The spices on the veggies are a game changer. Everyone was pleased with this meal in our house, even without the carbs!

  7. I love this dish. It is a very easy weeknight dinner to throw together.

  8. This was great! I didn’t find it too salty. I did roast the kielbasa with the veggies for 20 minutes, and they were perfect. 

  9. Overall this was a quick healthy dish. The veggies came out incredibly flavorful and I couldn’t stop snacking on them. I accidentally burned some of the kielbasa but I realize I cut some of them to thin – lesson learned!

  10. So, I didn’t read the comments ahead of time. I still REALLY liked this, but agree it was too salty for me with the amount of salt already in the kielbasa. I LOVED it, otherwise, though (even with the cook time on the kielbasa- I’m one of those people who likes my hot dogs black on the BBQ).

    Next time, I’ll probably just cut the salt out of the veggie seasoning altogether and I bet it will be perfect. I love the versatility with roasted veggies, too; I used broccoli, carrots, and peppers and it was great.

  11. Simply delicious! The turkey kielbasa was so flavorful and the veggies were the perfect acompanyment.

  12. This is outstanding and couldn’t be easier (and love it’s few dishes for clean up). Added onion chunks and subbed green beans and yellow squash for the asparagus (what I had in the frig fro the farmer’s market). A keeper. 

  13. Easy and delicious!! This was a great, feel good summer supper for sure! I will definitely be making this again.

  14. This was great, thank you!!

  15. Cooked this tonight and my wife went berserker over it in a good way.  I used Thomas Brand spicy Cajun kielbasa.. Cooked it on the grill for twenty, sliced it up like the recipe said, and added it to the veggies  roasting on the top grate.  Tossed in my tomatoes and dropped the lid for 10 minutes. We eat good and this was the best thing we’ve had in a while.

  16. Just made this, this was super yummy,,, but when I put it into the recipe builder on weight watchers I get only 5 points. How do you get to 6? I am doing the green plan

  17. This was super easy and a lot quicker than I thought. I did read the comments before hand and found them helpful regarding the amount of salt and oven temp. I found that having the oven on 375 and cooking the sausage on both sides for the same amount of time worked wonders. Still cooked everything with out it turning out too crispy as others had said in the comments, though I was using turkey kielbasa. I also used less salt than recommended — it still tasted great but I can imagine that if I had used the recommended amount the veggies would’ve been too salty alongside the already salty kielbasa. Overall it was delicious and I will be making this again.

  18. I love all of your recipes but this one missed the mark completely. The veggies were too salty to eat with the already salty kielbasa. The cook time for the kielbasa is too long. It’s already cooked so roasting it at 400 degrees for over 30 minutes made it crunchy.

  19. This was very good. My husband doesn’t like asparagus so I subbed broccoli. He liked it. Easy clean up. Will definitely make this again.

  20. is my email address 
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  21. Fast and very easy cleanup. I’d follow other suggestions and lower the oven temp as well as decrease the amount of salt. The seasoning was quite tasty but the kielbasa was too Brown so I removed it while the vegetables cooked, then added it back in to reheat. Otherwise, it’s excellent!

  22. Made this tonight. Yummy! I used pork/beef kielbasa since that’s what I had on hand. And same for veggies. No asparagus so tossed in carrots, red onions, and zucchini with my peppers and tomatoes. I would cut back on the salt next time. But still very good. Love that it’s easy to prep and easy to clean up. Plan to use some of leftovers tomorrow morning with my eggs! Thank you!!

  23. Delicious!!! Made this last night for dinner for myself and the hubs. He’s normally not a kielbasa kinda guy; but even he loved this dinner!!! He even asked it get put in the dinner rotation.

  24. Hi Gina! I love all of your recipes and own all of your cookbooks! Thank you! This might be a dumb question but is the kielbasa fresh or cooked already? I couldn’t find fresh turkey kielbasa. 

  25. I don’t usually leave reviews (but appreciate those that do). Just had to come here to say this is SO GOOD. Adding it to my rotation!

  26. Terrific dinner! My husband even asked why we weren’t having this for Super Bowl Sunday dinner instead of our usual chili and that’s a big compliment! Thanks Gina.

  27. So quick and so delicious!  My whole family enjoyed it – even my kid!  Adding this to my rotation.  Thx!

  28. My husband and I really enjoyed this; it’s quick easy and delicious.  I roasted some potatoes too and it was a very satisfying meal.

  29. This was delicious, but I found that roasting the kielbasa first resulted in a few burnt sausage slices. If your oven runs a bit hot like mine, I’d recommend just roasting the kielbasa and vegetables together rather than starting the kielbasa first.

    • That is what I was worried about, thanks for the heads up.

    • That’s what I’m going to do next time, as well.  A lot of mine got too dark in my older oven.  It was delicious otherwise.

    • Yes. I just made this tonight and my slices were burnt on the bottom. I think I’ll try all the ingredients at once, at 375°. Otherwise, it was great!

      • This was delicious!! Question: I’m on the blue plan, and when I put this recipe in my calculator, it added points for the olive oil, which increased the point value to 8 per serving. Did I miss something? Thanks!

      • Use the recipe builder. 🙂

  30. what brand turkey kielbasa do you use ?

  31. What  temperature do you cook this if you are cooking it in the oven?

  32. This was excellent! Made it exactly as listed once, and then the second time with an extra bell pepper thrown in for some additional veg. Super delicious, easy-clean up, and a good choice for those nights where time is short.

  33. Can anyone suggest dudes for this or do you just eat as is?

    • We just had this for dinner and ate as is, however my son dipped his kielbasa in A1 sauce.  Personally I’ would use ketchup if I were to use anything for the kielbasa.  

    • I served it with some Trader Joe’s cauliflower gnocchi that I browned in a skillet with a little olive oil. It was divine!

  34. This was delicious! I loved the spices on the veggies. I subbed broccoli since I don’t like asparagus. This is another winner Gina!

  35. This is delicious. Unbelievably my results look just like the recipe. East too!!

  36. I made this last night and it was so good!

  37. Thanks! It was helpful. I would like to help people out there through my experience. Being on a diet is pretty much difficult as I used to have these cravings for pizzas and sandwiches. So one fine day my friend suggested me this so called keto bread. It is a recipe guide book by a nutritional biochemist, Kelley Herring. I have learnt that traditional bread produces certain compounds that trigger receptors in our brain causing pleasure whenever we consume cheese, pizza,etc. This, over a time causes cravings, eventually making it impossible to burn fat, which is the worst we can do to our body. Also that, gluten free products contain arsenic that lead to headaches, fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues, heart disease, cancer and diabetes in a long run. And then I bought her book and trust me it’s not just a book but a complete baking program. I ended up baking grain free low carb bread and trust me, I never felt the need to cheat on my diet and the best thing is that the taste was all same. I have a healthy body now, in a shape I dreamt of. Her book saved a lot of my time too. I would highly recommend you to go through her website, she is assuring 100% money-back guarantee.

  38. I fixed this last night and it was delicious! I loved the ease of prep and cleanup, but the best part was eating this delicious Kielbasa Veggie one pan sheet dinner.

  39. Looks yummy:) This is made with Turkey Kielbasa correct?

  40. Do you think I can use chicken sausage or turkey sausage instead of the Kielbasa?

  41. Great concept. I will probably make a few modifications next time though to please the family. Tomatoes were quite tart. I’ll probably just use a few tomatoes next time and up the portions of other veggies so my toddler and husband will enjoy it more. Vegetable seasoning is wonderful! I will note that I did half beef kielbasa and he turkey just to see the difference (don’t usually cook with this) and the beef kielbasa browns quickly and would need less time to not be charred. The turkey kielbasa browned perfect on lowest time. Gina – do you have any suggestions of other veggies that I could substitute for tomatoes that would cook a similar amount of time?

  42. This looks like just the kind of meal my husband would enjoy cooking on his Traeger. I’m going to give him a copy and hope he’ll make it soon!

  43. Does this freeze well. And or how long will it keep in fridge please

  44. Definitely trying this tonight!

    Am I the only person in the world who can eat super spicy food, but can’t comfortably digest any type of bell pepper? I think I’ll try a substitute. It’s a shame, because the color is lovely!

    • Nope, not the only one. Bell pepper doesn’t like me but bring on the jalapeno and serranos! I’m replacing tomato with radishes tonight. I love roasted radish 🙂

  45. Just wondering if it is regular kiielbasa or turkey? The blog says turkey but the recipe doesn’t say. 


    • Sorry its turkey

      • If I use beef kielbasa will this alter the points value?

      • I’m new to cooking. I have a disability that can make cooking difficult. I’m trying to be healthier though so giving cooking a try. This recipe seemed easy enough. It turned out very well! Based on comments I did omit the salt and only cooked the kielbasa with the veggies instead of putting them in the oven the first time. I split it into 3 filling meals and am enjoying every one. I’m looking forward to trying your other recipes!

  46. Can sheet pan style recipes essentially be done in the air fryer also? I just got an air fryer so of course i am trying to turn every recipe into an air fryer recipe! LOL Thanks so much for providing these great recipes and sharing them with us.

  47. Hi Gina,
    This recipe really appeals to me but I’m not a fan of asparagus. Any suggestions for another veggie I could use in it’s place?

  48. Looks yummy. Love all your recipes Gina, and I own all of your cookbooks. What brand of Kielbasa did you use with this recipe? Thank you.