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Lazy Sunday Dinner – all in one tray bake!

Lazy Sundays? Yes please….

Oh I love a savoury tray bake and I also love a Sunday Roast too, a Lazy Sunday Dinner (add in there a massive EASY QUICK and  SIMPLE too) and not just on a Sunday. I also like time to do other things. (Especially now I’m on my own and not feeding the masses as I used to).

When I was a kid, I remember my mum would spend hours  (hours) on a Sunday cooking the roast. I just don’t have the time. However I do love and actually need that Sunday style lunch or supper – so here is my compromise, a Lazy Sunday Dinner

The key to baking all the ingredients together is making sure everything is sized accordingly, this is why the chicken breasts are halved , as are the new potatoes etc. Wrapping the chicken with a sausage and then in bacon ensures the chicken remains moist and delicious!

So today I had a bit of a play and managed to produce a lovely supper – 50 minutes in the oven and hardly any washing up. While it baked I watered the garden and blogged a bit. What more could you ask for, I love a relaxed east Sunday, do you?

Before I served it I stir-fried some spring greens and made some gravy and that was that – perfect!

I have loads of other traybake on Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy too, just use the search box and type ‘tray bakes.’ One of my faves is Sausage & Honey Tray Bake have a look.

So have a go peeps at this ultra Lazy Sunday Dinner and let me know what you think, please drop me a comment below this post? I’m sure you will love it, it’s also quick enough for mid week?

Happy easy cooking

Thanks Clare x


Serves 2 (double up for 4 – but find a massive tray or bake in 2)

  • 2 Chicken breast fillets, halved
  • 4 Pork Chipolatas
  • 4 Slices Smoked streaky bacon
  • Small bag Jersey Royal New Potatoes, halved
  • 1 Large Parsnip – sliced length ways into 4
  • 6 small ish carrots – if not small slice lengthways
  • 1 leeks, cut into 2cm rounds
  • 1/2 medium Cauliflower, broken into large florets
  • 1 lemon, cut into 4
  • Large Drizzle Olive Oil
  • Maldon Sea Salt
  • Cracked Black pepper

Preparation Method

  1. Preheat oven 200C/400F/Gas6
  2. Find yourself a large baking tin
  3. Take each of the 4 chicken pieces and pop a sausage on top
  4. Use 1 rasher of streaky bacon for each piece and wrap around to secure sausage to chicken and pop these in the baking tray
  5. Now add all the vegetables to the baking tray followed by the lemon pieces and drizzle in Olive Oil
  6. Finally season with salt and pepper
  7. Bake in the centre of the pre-heated oven for 30 minutes
  8. Remove from the oven stir around – pop back into the oven again
  9. Turn the oven up to 240C/475F/Gas9 and bake for a further 20 minutes
  10. Remove from the oven when golden brown and everything is tender
  11. Discard the lemon pieces and serve!
  12. I served mine with spring greens and gravy – so good

Enjoy Cx

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Steph Fulton says:
Looks yummy. I see trying this next Sunday! ?
Jacqui says:
My kind of dinner when your short on time! Will give it a go!!
Paula says:
Will try this out, easy peasy!
Kate says:
This looks lovely and so easy! I love dishes which allow you to get on with other things (while still tasting delicious at the end). It looks like your parsnips and potatoes have still got some roasted crispiness to them too. #CookBlogShare
Monika Dabrowski says:
Tray bakes make life so much easier, I love your choice of ingredients! Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare:)
Kirsty Hijacked By Twins says:
We love a good traybake meal so this would go down well! x #CookBlogShare
Jacqui says:
How good is this tray bake! Sunday dinner in under an hour and less washing up you got me sold. Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare
Lisa says:
Oh this is brilliant. I love a roast, but really cannot be bothered with all the faffing about. Have bookmarked your page and we will be having this next week #brillblogposts x
mummy here and there says:
Ooo, this looks so yummy - I just love putting things on a tray and bung in the oven, especially on busy days X #brilliantblogposts
Jo Allison says:
Love traybakes and your Sunday lunch style one sounds great! Perfect for lazy Sunday in the Summer when last thing you want is to slave over hot stove! :)
Anonymous says:
This is what I need today !!! I'm going to give it a go next week I'll upload a picture (want look as lovely as urs;()