Foil Packet Chicken

I am literally addicted to veggies right now. I have never been a huge fan of veggies in the past, so I don’t even know what is happening right now. Maybe this will be the little health boost that I need to lose that 10 lbs. before my wedding dress fitting!

This Foil Packet Chicken recipe was so GOOD! I love that you cook everything together, and you can cook the dish on the grill, or in the oven. It’s the ultimate summer time meal. Plus I love that everyone gets their own little foil pack. It’s so fun to cook. If you have people who like different veggies, you can totally improvise. My fiancé loves jalapeño so we put some in his and it turned out great!


What You’ll Need

2 Potatoes

2 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts

1 Cup of Cheddar, shredded

Two handfuls of Broccoli

Olive Oil

Package of Ranch Seasoning

2 Strips of Bacon, cooked


Start off by cooking the bacon. I like to cook my bacon in a cast iron skillet in the oven at about 420 degrees. Take this time to go ahead and prep up your other ingredients. Shred your cheese, chop up your broccoli (if necessary), and rinse and dice the potatoes. Mix the potatoes, broccoli, 1 tbsp. of olive oil, and about half of the ranch seasoning in a bowl. Rip off four pieces of foil and stack them together, two and two to make your foil packets. Layer the bottom of the foil with the veggie mixture, and place the chicken breasts on top. Next, put a little sprinkle more of the ranch seasoning on top of the chicken breasts, and cover with the shredded cheese ( I liked habanero cheddar on this dish!) . Break the cooked bacon up into bits, and top with this. Wrap the foil up tightly, and cook until chicken is cooked through! On a 450 degree grill, this should take about 20 minutes or so; give or take.

TO COOK THIS DISH IN THE OVEN: Cook for approximately 20-25 mins. in a 425 degree oven.

Eat warm, and enjoy!!


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