In America, many people love ranch. We put ranch on pizza, chicken wings, and even vegetables! But if you are someone who is following a low FODMAP diet, traditional ranch dressings or flavor packets may not be friendly options. These pre-made products tend to have garlic and onion, which are high in FODMAPs. But don’t give up hope! Making seasonings and sauces at home really helps adhere to a low FODMAP diet because you can be confident that there are no sneaky sources of high FODMAP foods. Here we made a delicious, zesty one pan chicken ranch that is FODMAP friendly!
This one pan chicken ranch dish is also a great low-maintenance meal if you are heading into a busy week. It is low-maintenance because everything has the same cooking time, so you don’t need to set different timers or worry about flipping the food halfway through. It can also be close to no clean up if you line your baking sheet with tin foil. And lastly, this meal works great for meal prepping multiple portions at one time, so you’ll have extra lunches or dinners ready to go for the next few days!
This recipe is also heart-heathy because of our one pan chicken ranch incorporates delicious herbs to help boost flavor while reducing the total sodium content of the meal. We also have a no-sodium ranch seasoning mix to reduce your total daily sodium intake without sacrificing taste!
One Pan Chicken Ranch
- 6-8 potatoes red
- 1 lb chicken breast,boneless, skinless
- 12 oz green beans
- ranch seasoning recipe below
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
Create Your Own Ranch Mix
- 1 Tbsp parsley dried
- 1/2 tsp chives dehydrated
- 1/2 tsp dill dried
- 1/4 tsp thyme dried
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 1/2 tsp salt
- Chop potatoes into quarters and place on a tin foil lined cookie sheet.
- If you have thin chicken you can place in the middle of the cookie sheet, for thicker pieces slice in half.
- Dump your ready to go green beans in the last section of your cookie sheet.
- Sprinkle entire dish evenly with Ranch Seasoning Mix and drizzle olive oil over top.
- Cover with foil and bake at 350°F for 1 hour.
Nutrition info is approximate and may contain errors.
Watch our dietitians cook this live on the video below
Dana uses her advanced training in functional nutrition and food sensitivities to help her clients love and trust food again as they heal from years of painful symptoms that have dominated their lives. Co-author of Nourished: 10 Ingredients to Happy, Healthy Eating and Cooking with Food Sensitivities Survival Guide.
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What is causing the sodium content to be so high on this chicken dish?
Thank you for catching this error. It has been corrected! The sodium is much lower than previously shown.