Rotisserie chicken with gravy and sheet pan sprouts and squash. 3/7/22

Pulled rotisserie chicken breast with gravy and sheet pan roasted Brussels sprouts and butternut squash

I am actually a little embarrassed to post this dinner since I took every shortcut imaginable to prepare it! The chicken comes from a pre-pulled pack of Costco rotisserie chicken. The gravy was made from a packet of McCormack’s powdered chicken gravy mix (just add water!) The butternut squash was already peeled and chunked from Trader Joe’s. I did have to cut up the Brussels sprouts.

The vegetables were shaken together with some olive oil and salt in a plastic bag and then put on an aluminum foil lined sheet pan that was sprayed with olive oil spray. The vegetables cooked for about 20 minutes in a 425F oven. John made up the gravy and then gently heated the chicken through.

There is no question that you pay more for the convenience. But a quick, tasty, and easy dinner with little clean-up can be worth sometimes. Plus it is much cheaper than take-out or dining out!

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