10 No Fuss Foil Packet Meals
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Great time of year for No Fuss Foil Packet Meals! No clean-up involved, the best part.
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Since I liked the last round of Foil Packet Meals so much I’ve found some new, quick and easy foil packet recipes for the family to enjoy. Whether it’s on the grill or in the oven, these recipes are EASY to make and quick to clean-up, musts in my household!
My ultimate favorite tasty foil packet meal is this Italian Sausage & Peppers recipe. Full of flavor from the sausage and only takes 30 minutes to make including prep time!
You can’t beat this 20-Minute Tomato-Basil Grilled Fish Packets. No clean-up, cooked on the grill for only 20 minutes sounds like music to my ears. The mixture of garlic, basil and white wine is right up my alley.
This Jalapeno Lime Salmon is buttery and steamed in foil with cilantro, jalapeno, lime and onion. Total cooking & prep time is only 30 minutes! I love salmon and have always cooked it with lemon, but lime and jalapeno sounds delicious too.
These Easy Potatoes couldn’t be any simpler, just cut, wrap and bake for 30 minutes.
This Beef & Veggies only takes 30-40 minutes. You will have perfectly caramelized beef on the bottom and crisp vegetables on top.
This BBQ Chicken and Cheddar is a family favorite! Perfect for one of those nights when practice runs over and you just don’t feel like being Chef Mom. Throw everything together and pop in the oven for 35 minutes.
This Campfire Tex Mex White Bean Chicken Packets is popular for camping too. Grill for 20-25 minutes and done!
I’m making these Lemon Herb Steaks tonight! We usually make our steaks on the grill and veggies in the oven. Save time and just cook them together. Have I mentioned, no clean up!
If this doesn’t scream summer than I don’t know what does! This Italian Chicken and Vegetables In Foil is flavorful, incredibly moist and baked in the oven with peppers, onion, garlic, fresh herbs and Italian dressing.
This recipe is the easiest of them all! This Chicken Foil Packet meal uses frozen broccoli, canned tomato with Italian dressing.
These Honey BBQ Bacon, Chicken and Sweet Potato Packets are certainly on my do-make list. Honey, BBQ & bacon- yes, please!
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Happy Foiling everyone!
So many wonderful recipes , I am anxious to get the barbecue out for the season and start making some of these. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo
What a fantastic round up! I really need less fuss and cleanup in my life! Thanks for the packet ideas.
I need to do more of these kinds of recipes. The less mess the better. What great ideas. Visiting from TGIT link party. 🙂
So quick and easy! These would work great for camping, too.
Yum! We camp a lot and these would be great!
I have a weekend link party going if you’d care to join: http://www.bobijensen.com/2015/05/weekend-link-party.html
Thanks for these recipes! It’s nice to have a meal without all the dirty dishes once in a while.
These all look so yummy, I have my meals planned for the next week now. The TexMex chicken looks sooo good!!!
I love the ease of foil cooking!
I’m all for making cooking simple.
The BBQ chicken and cheddar looks pretty awesome!
Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.
Thanks for these great foil pocket recipes. I was needing some new recipes for the pockets and this fits the bill perfectly. I am stopping by from Marvelous Monday link party. See you around.
These look great and perfect for camping!!
These recipes look very good and best part of all virtually no clean up! Easy peasy! The Honey BBQ Bacon, Chicken and Sweet Potato Packets…whoa..you had me at bacon 😀
I love packet meals, they are so easy! Thanks for posting. Hello from Inspire Me Monday at Create with Joy.
Foil packet meals are a staple for us, during the summer months! I’d love for you to come share this post with us, at Simple Supper Tuesday!
Thanks Cindy we’ll stop by!
This is exactly what I need for the nights I a so tired and don’t want any dishes! Thanks for sharing. Thanks for linking up to Friday Favorites! I hope you stop by again this week. I have also pinned your post!
Stopping over from the SITS girls link party. These all look fantastic! Pinned to share. I happened to share a foil packet recipe (salsa chicken with avocado lime rice) today too 🙂
We love foil packets on the grill. These will come in so handy all summer long! Please come share your blog posts over at the Home Matters Linky Party! We’d love to have you for a visit. The Door is OPEN. http://lifewithlorelai.com/2015/05/28/home-matters-linky-party-39/ 🙂
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I’d like to cook these foil meals in the oven. How to determine temp and cooking time?
Some of the recipes have an oven temp & time. I would say 350-400 degrees and keep an eye on it.
looks like nice for summer.
like this for summer,no clean up.
They all kook and I’m going to try some of them soon. Thanks for sharing
Been married for 57 years and the easier the recipe with little clean up, the better. I make hamburger patties with sliced carrots, potatoes, green pepper, onion and shredded cabbage and grill for about 45 min.
I will have to try that recipe next! Thanks for sharing Joanne 🙂
Looks great! Wonderful idea! Is there a way to not feel the effect of being cooked in aluminum foil!
If you are worried about cooking your food in aluminum all you need to do is put a layer of parchment paper between the food and the aluminum and then cook according to the recipe instructions. Enjoy!
Can these foil meals be frozen? If so before or after you bake it or grill it.
I would not recommend freezing them after being cooked. I would think they would have too much liquid after you reheat them.
Hey! These all look most fabulous! Question on the BBQ Chicken Sweet Potato recipe. It says sweet potatoes but the picture looks more like yams. Which is it? Many people mistakenly think they are one in the same but alas, they are NOT. They are from the same family but are not the same. Sweet potatoes are a light yellowish color, taste really like a ‘sweet potato’,and cook up moist. The yams, on the other hand, are orange, and have a more dry distinct taste.
Good question. This is not one of our recipes so I could not tell you for sure. If you click the highlighted recipe name link it will take you directly to the source of the recipe. Hopefully that will help answer your question.
Hi, They are red potatoes.