Baked Honey Dijon Chicken and Potatoes is an easy weeknight dinner that will leave you wanting to lick the pan clean! It’s hearty, filling, and a complete dinner all made in one pan. 

Overhead view of baked honey dijon chicken and potatoes in a baking dish.

Looking for an easy weeknight dinner? Then look no further! This delicious dinner calls for whole ingredients and pantry staples for that essential made-from-scratch flavor. It only takes minutes to put together and pop in the oven, leaving you plenty of time to catch up with the family before sitting down to dinner.

We took our deliciously addicting Honey Roasted Smashed Potatoes and turned it into a complete meal. The sauce is absolutely killer! Every time we make it, people are fighting over who gets to lick the pan. But honestly, can you blame them? 

  • Mustard Options for Baked Honey Dijon Chicken and Potatoes:

    To make this recipe really shine, be sure to use whole grain dijon mustard. Not only does it give a beautiful finished look, it’s also super tasty. If you don’t have it though, you can always use regular dijon mustard.

  • Adding Parsley:

    This recipe can be garnished with a little bit of chopped fresh parsley to add a little bit of color. Without the parsley it can be a bit bland looking, but trust me, this meal is packed full of delicious flavor!

  • Can I use any other cuts of chicken in this dish?

    We love the simplicity of chicken breasts, because we always have extra on hand. If you prefer chicken thighs or even chicken legs, you can always substitute. Keep an eye on the temperature and make sure you still cook to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit.

Close up view of honey dijon chicken.

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