One-Pan Paleo Chicken Apple Sausage & Sweet Potato Skillet

Paleo One Pan SkilletA few years ago I made a delicious one-pan dinner with some chicken apple sausage, potatoes, and apples. It’s such a great meal and is full of some great Fall flavors. This time though, I decided to do a paleo version. Instead of regular white potatoes, I used sweet potatoes and the results were fabulous! Paleo SkilletDoesn’t it look great?! The meal is SO easy to make and I love it’s done in just one-pan! Yay for easy clean up! I use my electric skillet, but any large skillet pan will work if you don’t have the electric skillet. The flavor combination of the chicken apple sausage, sweet potatoes, and apples is great! So, it makes for a great weeknight family meal!

Here’s the recipe:

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One-Pan Paleo Chicken Apple Sausage & Sweet Potato Skillet
 
This one-pan paleo dish is full of great flavors from the apple and sweet potatoes, making for quick tasty meal!
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Paleo
Ingredients
  • 4-6 Chicken Apple Sausage links, sliced
  • 2 medium apples, cored & diced
  • 3-4 sweet potatoes, diced
  • ¼ C water
Instructions
  1. Heat large pan on stove or electric skillet on medium high heat.
  2. Cut sausage into slices. Add to the skillet.
  3. While sausage cooks, dice apples into small chunks (I left the skin on) and cut the sweet potatoes. Add to skillet.
  4. Gently stir to combine, add water, and cover.
  5. Let all ingredients cook together until potatoes and apples are just fork tender.
  6. Serve warm & enjoy!

Fall Apple Sausage Paleo One Pan DinnerMmmmm….

Super tasty and perfect for the whole family!

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Comments

  1. Ashley says

    This is amazing. And I actually overcooked it because I was distracted and expected it to take longer than it did – the sweet potatoes got soft enough to mash (and slightly caramelized) and the apples, well, you can’t really SEE the apples anymore, they’re more like applesauce – and it’s still insanely good. And so simple. Thank you!

    • Sara @MomEndeavors says

      I’m not sure of exactly the timing at this point. Just until everything is fork tender (which should probably take not any longer than 20 minutes)

    • Sara @MomEndeavors says

      I get chicken apple sausage at just about any grocery store. There are quite a few different brands out there! As for servings, we’re a family of 5 (3 kids are young) and we usually have enough for dinner with then a serving or two for lunch the next day. So maybe serves 4-8 depending on the serving sizes.

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