This Citrus and Herb Shrimp Sheet Pan recipe is the perfect weeknight meal. Ready in under 30 minutes, great for meal prep and packed with protein, veggies and flavor. This post was sponsored by Minerva Dairy, but all opinions are my own!
Summer is in full-force so bring on all the Summer flavors!
I decided to make a citrus and herb shrimp sheet pan dinner for Michael and I last week while he was at work and y’all – it was INSANE.
I’ve been loving sheet-pan meals recently (specifically this Honey Garlic Chicken and Veggies Sheet Pan Meal) for several reasons:
- Basically no clean up (thanks to the parchment paper!)
- They take NO time to make.
- You can get super creative with them.
- Awesome for meal prep.
- They look fancy and impressive but couldn’t be easier!
Asparagus and lemon are two of my favorite summer flavors/ingredients to cook with. (Check out this 20 Minute Pressure Cooker Spring Risotto if you agree!) Michael and I both love shrimp so when Minerva Dairy reached out to me about a collaboration, this recipe was a no brainer!
Minerva Dairy has a delicious garlic herb butter that added the perfect flavor and texture to this meal. They use farm-fresh milk, old fashion churns and wholesome ingredients. Not to mention it’s been passed down by 6 generations of Butter Makers. AKA they know what they’re doing!
I honestly think I could have just dunked the shrimp into the melted butter and been perfectly content!
Unfortunately, that wouldn’t make for the most interesting recipe so here we are 😉
For this 30 Minute Citrus and Herb Shrimp Sheet Pan Dinner you will need:
- Italian Seasoning
- Garlic and Herb Butter
- Lemon/Lemon Juice
You will also need:
- Baking Pan
- Parchment Paper
- Spatula (to flip halfway through)
- Bowl for mixing sauce
- Whisk to stir
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This dish is light, flavorful and satisfying! We served ours over a mixture of rice and cauliflower rice to keep it simple.
Not a fan of shrimp? This sheet pan recipe can easily be swapped for your favorite protein. Salmon would probably be my next choice 😉
I hope you all love this 30 minute recipe as much as we did!
P.S. head over to my instagram page for a video tutorial for this recipe, and don’t forget to tag me on Instagram if you make it! I love seeing all of y’alls creations.