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The humble sheet pan helps you make this easy Baked Teriyaki Chicken in the oven. This healthy one pan dinner combines a delicious marinade and stir-fry veggies with chicken breasts for a speedy meal.two bowls of baked teriyaki chicken on a white board

There are a lot of “if’s” in this post. If I could dance, and if I could come visit each of you in your homes, and if I could make this dinner for you, I’d do the Moonwalk across your kitchen floor while delivering you a plate full of Baked Teriyaki Chicken.

I can’t do any of those things. Especially dance. It’s like a giraffe walking across a frozen pond during a sneezing fit. It’s not pretty friends. Not pretty at all.

But what I can do is share this recipe with you and you can make it yourself at home. Because you love an easy weeknight meal that is packed full of veggies and flavor, right?

What Ingredients Are in Baked Teriyaki Chicken?

The brilliance of this dish is how versatile it is. You can use whatever veggies you have on hand. Do you have some squishy carrots about to cross the vegetable rainbow bridge? Slice those bad boys up! A handful of Brussels sprouts that are orphaned from another meal? They now have a cozy home with this chicken dinner.

The simple formula is:

chicken, veggies, and other ingredients for baked teriyaki chicken

Where Do You Get Affordable Organic Free-Range Chicken?

I’m blessed that we have a local butcher for buying organic meat, but we also have a monthly Butcher Box subscription. Butcher Box sources only organic and free-range meat for their customers and ships them to your home once a month.

The meat is super high-quality and we’ve always had an amazing selection sent each month. In addition to what they pick for you, you’re able to add specific cuts and types of meat to your box. And yes, they have Whole30 compliant bacon!

Even with our local source, we still look forward to our monthly Butcher Box delivery.

How Do You Bake Teriyaki Chicken

Cut and place the chicken in a bowl. Pour all but 2 tbsp of the teriyaki in and stir to coat. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour.

Toss the prepped veggies in a large mixing bowl. Toss with 2 tbsp of the teriyaki sauce.

Place the veggies on the baking sheet and spread to distribute. Bake for 23 minutes.

sliced veggies for baked teriyaki chicken on a sheet pan

Make a snuggly little nest in the center of the veggies and place the chicken on the pan, sauce and all. Put back in the oven and cook for 15 minutes, or until the chicken is cook through.

Baked teriyaki chicken on a sheet pan before and after baking

Pro Tips/Recipe Notes

  • Every oven is different so watch your veggies during the initial cooking process. Cook to your preferred level of crispiness.
  • Feel free to use frozen veggies to make this dinner even easier!
  • If you slice the chicken in half to make each piece thinner it will cook even faster.

Basically, use whatever you want and/or whatever you have on hand. You got this. Your new name is the Dinner Boss.

I like the sound of that. And I think you will too.

a bowl of baked teriyaki chicken with a bottle of teriyaki sauce

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a bowl of baked teriyaki chicken with a bottle of teriyaki sauce
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5 from 2 votes
Baked Chicken Teriyaki Dinner (Whole30, Paleo, GF)
Prep Time
25 mins
Cook Time
40 mins
Total Time
1 hr 5 mins
 

The humble sheet pan helps you make this easy Baked Teriyaki Chicken in the oven. This healthy one pan dinner combines delicious marinade and stir-fry veggies.

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Fusion
Keyword: easy chicken dinner, one pan dinner
Servings: 6
Calories: 259 kcal
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Cut and place the chicken in a bowl. Pour all but 2 tbsp of the teriyaki in and stir to coat. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour.

  2. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees

  3. Toss the prepped veggies in a large mixing bowl. Toss with 2 tbsp of the teriyaki sauce.

  4. Place the veggies on the baking sheet and spread to distribute. Bake for 23 minutes. 

  5. Turn the oven down to 400 degrees. Make a snuggly little nest in the center of the veggies and place the chicken on the pan, sauce and all. Put back in the oven and cook for 15 minutes, or until the chicken is cook through.

Nutrition Facts
Baked Chicken Teriyaki Dinner (Whole30, Paleo, GF)
Amount Per Serving
Calories 259 Calories from Fat 27
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 3g 5%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 72mg 24%
Sodium 830mg 35%
Potassium 841mg 24%
Total Carbohydrates 26g 9%
Dietary Fiber 7g 28%
Sugars 2g
Protein 31g 62%
Vitamin A 185.5%
Vitamin C 24.6%
Calcium 5.5%
Iron 13.4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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4 comments on “Baked Chicken Teriyaki Dinner (Whole30, Paleo, GF)”

  1. I love one pan meals. I make the same thing using boneless chicken thighs.

  2. Recipe sounds really good, but I really enjoyed your comment – “Puff puff, click. Muffled wail. Puff puff, click. Muffled wail.” I think all parents can relate. I love how you don’t romanticize what it’s like to be a parent.

    We love our kids, but there are times they are little (now big) buttholes. When mine were young we used to make a gingerbread house every year. I mean the kind where you have to make the Royal Icing and use it as “cement” to hold together the gingerbread walls. Half way through I would be sweaty, frustrated, sprinkles and frosting would be everywhere and the boys were arguing over who ate what decoration that should have gone on the gingerbread house. One year the boys lost interest half way through because the icing was taking too long to “set up” so they left. I poured myself a glass of wine and finished it on my own.

    • I seriously don’t know how people who glamorize parenthood can keep up that charade.

      Did you make gingerbread houses again after that year? Do the boys even remember that day? I bet it makes you cringe and laugh being on the other side of it now.

  3. Anything that has one pan, I’m down!