Simple Roasted Veggies

Roasting your vegetables brings out their deepest and richest flavors, while still maintaining most of their nutritional content. The best part about this recipe is it’s utter versatility. You can choose your favorite veggies on repeat, throw a new one in the mix each week or completely change it up every time!


  • 6 cups sliced & diced veggies (bite-sized)
  • 2-4 TBSP Avocado Oil or oil of choice
  • Pink Salt or Sea Salt
  • Sheet Pan


Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees. Cut up all of your vegetables into smaller bite-sized pieces. For a large sheet pan this will add up to about 6 cups – but more or less is okay, too.

Spread all of the vegetables out on a sheet pan and drizzle with oil. Use your hands to mix them all up and ensure all of the vegetables get somewhat coated in oil. Sprinkle salt over the veggies and pop in the oven. Roast for 30 minutes or until all veggies are fork-tender.

Here are some of my favorite veggie combinations:

  • Broccoli, leeks, carrots & grape tomatoes
  • Purple potatoes, Japanese sweet potatoes, carrots and broccoli
  • Sweet potatoes, asparagus & grape tomatoes
  • Cauliflower, broccoli, rainbow carrots and onions
  • Squash, zucchini, red onion and mushrooms
  • Mixed peppers, onions and zucchini
  • Red potatoes, green beans and carrots
  • Artichokes, eggplant and grape tomatoes

I’ve linked some of my favorite staples for this recipe below. If you have Amazon Prime – be sure to check your local Whole Foods to see if you can get it delivered to your door for free! MOM. WIN. I linked the Prime Now site below also.

If you have a Whole Foods near you – it is a great place to pick up deals on seasonal organic produce. They also have a variety of organic, pastured meats and eggs that are hard to find at your normal grocery stores. Whole Foods is part of Amazon’s Prime Now service – and offers local grocery delivery for Prime members for FREE! I do this every week and have never been disappointed with my groceries or the service.

Better Body Food Avocado Oil
I prefer to use Avocado oil in my cooking because of extremely high smoke point. This reduces your risk of exposure to the chemical properties of cooking oils that are heated past their smoke point. It also has a very mild taste and doesn’t change the flavor of the food.

5 Piece Copper Baking Pans
This set comes with 5 pieces coated in an organic non-toxic coating that holds up with use. They are non-stick and easy to clean!

Kirkland Signature Mediterranean Sea Salt Grinder
Unlike table salt which has been stripped of it’s minerals, sea salt is full of naturally occurring minerals that can aid in the reduction of inflammation. I feel it has a saltier taste than Pink Salt and like to use it in the cooking process.

Himalayan Pink Salt Grinder
Pink salt actually has the highest mineral content, but less sodium. I like to use pink salt as a table salt or in recipes that are already naturally salty.

3 Piece Non-Toxic Cutting Boards
This set comes with 3 different sized cutting boards, perfect for assigning a specific board to a specific food group. These boards are non-toxic, non-absorbable, BPA free and dishwasher safe!

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