Boneless Pork Chops and Veggies Sheet Pan Dinner


Chipotle pork chop sheet pan dinner


I really like using these thin cut boneless pork chops.  They’re relatively inexpensive (groceries are getting crazy high in price!), they’re versatile and easy to use.  I need to do a post with lots of different ways to cook with these chops.

I’ve made this sheet pan dinner several times now.  It’s easy and it cooks in just about 30 minutes or a bit less.

To keep the prep quick, I used very small potatoes that didn’t require any chopping.  The green beans took longer to prep.  Brussels sprouts would work well and might be quicker.  Or try slices of cabbage.

One benefit to using thin cut pork chops is that they cook in the same amount of time the vegetables need. With a thicker cut of meat, you would need to put the meat in first and then add the veggies to the pan later.  This way it all goes in at the same time.

I have a really big sheet pan that I bought at Walmart.  I love it, because it fits a whole meal for a family.  My sheet pan is similar to this one.  If you don’t have a large pan, use two regular sized ones.

Here’s what you’ll need to make this meal.  Keep in mind that the veggies and seasonings can be swapped for other things.

Boneless pork chop sheet pan dinner ingr

This time I used McCormick’s Smokehouse Maple seasoning on the chops.  I love this stuff!  We flew through the first container of it and when I saw it in the store, I grabbed another.

I kept the seasoning on the veggies simple with kosher salt and black pepper.  Sometimes I like to sprinkle McCormick’s Montreal Steak seasoning over everything though.  That’s another favorite for my family.

Boneless Pork Chops and Veggies Sheet Pan Dinner

Cook time: 

Total time: 

Serves: 6 servings

  • olive oil
  • 3-4 cups small potatoes or chopped potatoes
  • 3-4 cups green beans, trimmed and cleaned
  • kosher salt
  • black pepper
  • 2 lbs. boneless thin cut pork chops
  • Smokehouse Maple seasoning or other seasoning blend
  1. Brush one large or two small rimmed baking sheets with olive oil.
  2. Toss potatoes with a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper. Add them to a section of the pan.
  3. Toss green beans with a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper. Add them to a section of the pan.
  4. Brush pork chops with olive oil and place in the remaining space on the pan. Sprinkle chops with seasoning.
  5. Place pan in a 425 degree oven for 25-30 minutes until meat is cooked through and potatoes are tender.



Print Friendly, PDF & Email

You Might Also Like:


  1. I love these sheet pan recipes! I would love to see more as the fall and winter approach.

  2. It seems that time and temp would overcook the thin pork chops and maybe dry them out. Will try though.

  3. Pat Calhoun says:

    Even cheaper is to buy a whole pork loin and cut it up yourself! Much cheaper! In SC and NY I’ve gotten them for $1.99 a lb. so much cheaper! You can cut a roast, a few thick chops, and a bunch of thin chops! I even make sausage out of a portion of mine so I can control the fat! Delicious!

  4. Giving this one a try tonight! Love the smokehouse maple seasoning!

  5. Very good, but only took about half the time. My pork chops were about 1/4″ thick.

  6. Made this tonight for my family. They LOVED it and it was super easy! Will definitely be adding this to my regular rotation of meals. Used the Montreal Steak Seasoning on the chops. So delicious! Smelled great while it was baking too! (The pork chops were done at 25 minutes, but the potatoes needed a little more time. Will probably cut them in half next time.)

  7. Jennifer says:

    Can you use can green beans? And put it in a casserole dish?

  8. Anonymous says:

    It would be really nice to see after pics, as well. I’ve done this with chicken; interested to see how pork chops work out.

  9. Adrianne says:

    Do pork chops come out crispy on outside? I try to avoid frying but my husband prefers a crispier outside.!

  10. Paige Quick says:

    This dish Was amazing, my family loved it thanks for sharing. Everything cooked amazing at times and temps you said thank-you

  11. Do you have to flip the pork chops at all?

  12. Made it with a little bit of minced onions and sage and everyone loved it!! Will definitely be making this again! 🙂 👍👍👍

  13. If the recipe is halved, do you still cook it for the same amount of time?

  14. Very easy and were cooked beautifully after 20 minutes.

  15. should you cover with tin foil or leave uncovered?

    • Beth Moore says:

      Hey Dina – This is best left uncovered, it allows the chops and veggies to brown a bit without drying out. Delicious, quick and easy!

  16. I love the ease of this recipe! And it’s delicious!


  1. […] – Boneless Pork Chops and Veggies, […]

  2. […] Boneless Pork Chops And Veggies Sheet Pan Dinner from Eat at Home […]

Speak Your Mind