Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas

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Chicken Fajitas are a crowd-pleaser! We simplified this flavorful dish by making these fajitas on a single sheet pan! Choose to make plenty of these easy sheet pan chicken fajitas for a crowd or just your family! 

chicken fajitas

Hey, howdy, hey, welcome to another new recipe! This, of course, is one of my favorite kind of recipes. How do you make these easy sheet pan chicken fajitas? You just dump stuff on a pan, toss it, and cook it! Voila!

I LOVE fajitas and my favorite part is the onion and bell pepper blends. Funny enough, my husband hates that part so I usually end up eating his share of the veggies, and he ends up eating more of the meat. However, my job is to prepare supper, not to cater it, so my family has learned real quick to find something they like out of each spread, and if that ends up being plain tortillas, so be it. Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas - and disappearing accents

But these fajitas are sure to be a new favorite for all because of how easy and good they are!

So without further ado, let’s make some fajitas!

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas - and disappearing accents

Recipe Ingredients:

  • Onion
  • Bell Peppers (any color you like)
  • Chicken Tenderloins (about 2 pounds)
  • Olive Oil
  • Package of your favorite taco seasoning mix

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas - and disappearing accents

Slice your onions and peppers and place them, along with chicken, on a rimmed baking sheet. Drizzle with Olive Oil and then toss to coat. You’ll use about 4-5 tablespoons of oil.

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas - and disappearing accents

Sprinkle the ingredients with taco seasoning. Toss one more time to coat and you’re ready to cook these!

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas - and disappearing accents

Bake at 400 degrees for 25-30 minutes or until chicken is done. Arrange a mixture of the veggies and chicken on flour tortillas, and enjoy!

Easy sheet pan Chicken Fajitas — it’s what’s for dinner!

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas - and disappearing accents

Printable recipe below!

Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas

A dish with many flavors simplified and made on a single sheet pan, with the ability to make plenty for a crowd or just your family.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chicken
Servings: 4
Calories: 334kcal


  • 1 onion
  • 1-2 bell peppers
  • approximately 2 pounds raw chicken tenderloin strips
  • 1 packet taco seasoning mix
  • 4-5 tablespoons Olive Oil or however much you like


  • Slice bell peppers and onions. Place on large rimmed baking sheet along with chicken.
  • Drizzle with olive oil and toss with hands to coat. Sprinkle with entire packet of taco seasoning and toss with hands again to coat.
  • Bake at 400 for 25-30 minutes, or until chicken is cooked through. Serve on flour tortillas and enjoy a delicious low fuss meal!


Calories: 334kcal
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  1. Thanks for the recipe! I grew up in TN and attended a church camp one summer with teenagers from all over the southeast. I was mesmerized by all the different accents – all southern, but all very distinct depending on where they were from. I so hope accents survive, although I’ve always preferred a “cultured” Southern accent to my hillbilly twang!

  2. I’ve made this recipe quite a few times since it was posted last year. I love one pan recipes and Christy’s recipes in general. I have been following Kristy since almost when she first started.
    The first time I made this recipe I use taco seasoning, as the recipe says, but it didn’t taste like the fajitas we were used to here in Texas. I changed to the fajita seasoning seasoning packets and that did the trick! These are great. My son-in-law is a native Texan and he approves.
    Thanks Christy for another great and time saving recipe.
    My husband and I grew up in TN and didn’t move to Texas until we were in our 30s. When our kids were growing up and we visited grandparents, the kids told me that my accent would change back to sounding like a Tennessean! I wasn’t aware of it. Funny that I blended in without knowing it.

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