Roast dinners are a British staple, they’re ingrained in us as much as tea and the queen and I personally love nothing more than sitting around with my family enjoying a delicious, home cooked roast! Sometimes though, it’s hard to get the whole family together and the big roast dinner isn’t a good option, which is where this seriously delicious Sheet Pan Lamb Roast comes in!
Discovering the #PowerOfFrozen
You might find it hard to believe if you haven’t already been converted, but this gorgeous looking rack of lamb is actually from Iceland and I bought it frozen! The benefit of buying meat frozen, as it is in Iceland, is that it retains all of the freshness and even more nutrients, not to mention the fact that it’s convenient to store! You can shop in store or online for Iceland which only goes to make it even more convenient.
The fact that my freezer is much larger than my fridge is a source of constant annoyance, I can never do a full week’s fresh shop so frozen food is a life saver for me, especially when it comes to saving money. If you can buy frozen food to store, you can take advantage of any deals in the shops instead of leaving things because they won’t fit in the fridge. Iceland’s lamb is also reared and packaged in the UK, sourced from British Red Tractor assured farms, which is even better if you ask me, because you know it’ll be even more fresh and delicious!
The lamb I’ve used for this Sheet Pan Lamb Roast is ‘Iceland’s Luxury Rack of Lamb’ which you buy frozen and allow to defrost before cooking. It was tender and melt in the mouth, and when cooked alongside some tasty new potatoes, mushrooms, peppers and cherry tomatoes, it was the perfect meal for two.
How Does This Sheet Pan Lamb Roast Fit For Slimming World?
This recipe is perfect for a Slimming World roast dinner, all of the veg are cooked in Fry Light, so you’ve got no oil to worry about, and the lamb is low syn. Whilst the Iceland Luxury Rack of Lamb isn’t syn free, because it has fat and the delicious shallot and herb crust, it’s still a perfectly balanced meal. You could of course cook this with a syn free piece of lamb too, with the fat removed, as Iceland have plenty to choose from!
Make this Sheet Pan Lamb Roast
Here’s the step by step instructions for making this delicious lamb roast dinner, all in one pan! Not only does that make this the easiest roast dinner you’ll ever make, it also saves you on washing up…so you can thank me later! Scroll down to see what I had for dessert!
A delicious and simple rack of lamb cooked in one sheet with everything you need for a tantalising roast dinner.
5 minPrep Time
35 minCook Time
40 minTotal Time
- 1x Iceland Luxury Rack of Lamb
- 6x New Potatoes - halved/cut into thirds
- 8x Mushrooms (halved)
- 1x Red Pepper (sliced)
- 1x Orange Pepper (sliced)
- 5x Cherry Tomatoes (halved)
- Parsley (to taste)
- Fry Light
- Salt & Pepper (to taste)
- Preheat your oven to 180 degrees.
- Spray a sheet pan with Fry Light and lay the peppers on the far end.
- After that add the potatoes and then put the rack of lamb sideways so that it touches the end of the potatoes and the end of the pan.
- Fill the gap with the mushrooms and sprinkle with parsley.
- Dot the halved cherry tomatoes over the peppers and spray the whole tray with plenty of Fry Light and season with salt & pepper.
- For pink lamb cook for 30-35 minutes and then remove the lamb from the sheet, leave to rest. Put the rest of the pan back in the oven.
- After a further 10 minutes remove everything from the oven.
- Slice the rack of lamb into individual cutlets and serve immediately!
Rack of Lamb isn't syn free on Slimming World so please check Slimming World's official app for syn values. The vegetables in this recipe are syn free on Slimming World.
PIN THIS EASY PEASY SHEET PAN LAMB ROAST FOR LATER!
Ok, so what I’m about to post is 100% not Slimming World friendly but it was SO good I couldn’t not post! When picking up my Luxury Rack of Lamb for my Sheet Pan Lamb Roast I also picked up one of Iceland’s Luxury Croquembouche Patisserie Kits, because I cooked this for a little celebration and what’s a celebration without pudding!
What I loved about this was that you assemble it yourself, and the kit comes with the gold squares and circles to stack the profiteroles on. This basically makes it a pudding experience, because you build the structure, set out the pastries and then get to drizzling! It’s sweet, sticky and totally not diet friendly…but sometimes you’ve got to have a bit of naughtiness to achieve balance right?!
*This post was created in collaboration with Iceland Foods, however all views and opinions are my own.