Oven roasted vegetables recipe with potatoes, carrots and beets – quick and easy


Last Updated on February 6, 2019

These oven roasted vegetables will blow you away. Oven baked potato wedges with rosemary is a side dish I know and love from my early childhood.

But in my seemingly never-ending goal to make the easiest clean eating dinner possible, I adapted the recipe a bit. The result is a blueprint for simple and lean sheet pan dinners with roasted vegetables. Of course, you could use it also as a refined side dish for a festive meal.

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Here is the deal:

Cooking with heat from both above and below (roasting) is a no-brainer to make a delicious meal out of almost anything. If you’re looking for an easy, plant-based dinner ready in 30 minutes this is the ticket and cleanup is a breeze.

Want to know the best part of it?

As the peel stays put on the vegetables you save even more time in your clean eating kitchen. On top of that, you can reap the full benefit from the fiber and nutrients in veggie’s skin. So make sure to use organic vegetables for this recipe. Click through to learn more about the top 30 high fiber vegetables.

Did I say already, that I absolutely love sheet pan dinners?

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Heads Up: If you want to keep potatoes’ and carrots’ original color instead of turning red, read my recipe instructions below closely.


Oven roasted vegetables with potatoes, carrots & beets

A delicious, vegan sheet pan dinner

  • Author: Gabi Rupp
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 25
  • Total Time: 30


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 tablespoon fresh rosemary leaves, finely chopped
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 pound large organic potatoes washed, thoroughly dried
  • skins on, cut in long chunks
  • 1 pound carrots washed, thoroughly dried, skins on, cut in long chunks
  • 1 pound organic red beets washed, thoroughly dried, skins on, cut in long chunks


  1. Preheat oven to 425 F/ 220 °C.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  3. In a large bowl, combine the oil, rosemary, salt, and pepper.
  4. Add potatoes and carrots to the rosemary oil mixture. leave out beets!
  5. Toss.
  6. Arrange potatoes and carrots in a single layer on sheet pan.
  7. Add red beet chunks at last to the remaining rosemary oil mixture and toss.
  8. Add beets to potatoes and carrots on the sheet pan.
  9. Bake for 25 minutes.
  10. Serve immediately.


  • Combined with a hummus dip and a green salad you have a perfect meal for weight management.


  • Serving Size: 2

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Serving Tip

Sheet pan potatoes, carrots, and beets go also well with sour cream or homemade ketchup.

Simplify cooking with sheet pan dinners

You can set up healthy sheet pan dinners with almost any vegetable, allowing them to shine in all of their simplicity. These effortless dinners are easy enough to prepare in the morning and then pop in the oven when you come home.

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Customize them any way you like

This sheet pan recipe is super flexible and you can vary it in any direction. One popular variation is to combine carrots with other root vegetables like parsnips, parsley root, celeriac, turnip, or radish. Some other great vegetables you may want to try are:

  • sweet potatoes,
  • brussels sprouts,
  • butternut squash,
  • zucchini,
  • bell peppers,
  • broccoli,
  • green beans,
  • pak choi,
  • mushrooms,
  • (red) onions…- the sky is the limit;)

For best results make sure to combine vegetables with similar baking times or adjust sizes accordingly. Cut larger chunks for vegetables with shorter cooking time and thinner chunks for vegetables with longer cooking time.

By the way on the web, you will find also many sheet pan recipes that include meat. No matter what ingredients you use there is less work that goes into the actual making of the meal. And as mentioned there’s significantly less cleanup with sheet pan dinners.

Do you love the idea of simplified cooking?

Teaching you simple cooking techniques that help you save time and money in your healthy and lean kitchen is an important part of my 52 Chef Habits Course. Click here to learn more!