Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Lately, I have been loving the trend of one-pan and sheet pan meals. They are usually so easy, so simple, and make clean-up so easy! In comes this recipe for sheet pan ranch pork and potatoes. I’m a huge fan of ranch flavor, and decided that we could try it on some pork chops we had. There were also some potatoes in the fridge leftover from another meal that needed to be used, so I added those to the meal. And voila, ranch pork and potatoes. I made this while my mom was in town, and she approved as well as the kids, so winner for us!

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Since the boys are still little, we often have leftovers when we make a full meal, and this reheated very well the next day for lunch. You could also change it up a bit, if you prefer a different type of potato, then get what your family likes. We really like the red potatoes, so that’s what I always have on hand for meals like this. I didn’t try it with frozen potatoes, but as long as you got unseasoned potatoes and made sure to cook them per the directions, then I don’t see why those wouldn’t work as well.
Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Start by cutting the potatoes into bite-sized chunks. Mine weren’t quite that small, but they would have cooked just a little better if they were smaller. Next time, I’ll cut them all in half one more time. Lay the pork chops on one side of a large baking/sheet pan, and the potatoes on the other.

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Cover the potatoes and pork with oil, then flip and do the same on the other side. They don’t need a lot, just a small layer to help hold the seasonings on everything.

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Pour half of the ranch seasoning packet, and any other seasonings you want, on everything. Then flip and do the same for the other side. I also put a bit of pepper and oregano on mine.

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Take the entire pan, and put it in the oven. Bake for about 30-40 minutes in an oven at 400 degrees, until the pork is cooked through and the potatoes are tender.

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

We ate this all plain, it has so much flavor in it. Of course, the boys, being kids, wanted ketchup for it. But they want ketchup for almost everything they eat. We talked about maybe adding some broccoli to the pan next time we make this as well so we have some greens with the meal. Or we could also start with a salad, which would give us the greens, and could use ranch dressing for that so it would all have the same flavor.

I always use thin cut, boneless pork chops for almost any recipe I make with pork. I find it the easiest because they cook faster since they are thin, and then I don’t have to deal with the bones later after everything has cooked. If you decide to use bone-in pork chops, adjust the cooking time to make sure that the pork is cooked through all the way since it will probably take longer.

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Servings: 6 servings
5 from 5 votes


  • 2 lb potatoes
  • 6 pork chops (boneless)
  • 3-4 tbsp oil
  • 1 oz ranch seasoning
  • 1 tbsp oregano
  • 1 tsp pepper


  • Preheat the oven to 400
  • Cut potatoes into bite-sized pieces
  • Spread potatoes and pork chops on a large baking sheet
  • Cover with oil on both sides
  • Sprinkle ranch dressing and seasonings on both sides of pork and potatoes
  • Bake for about 30-40 minutes or until pork is cooked through and potatoes are soft
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12 thoughts on “Sheet Pan Ranch Pork & Potatoes”

  1. Anshika Juneja

    Ooooh, I just love sheet pan meals. I love how it’s so easy to throw everything on one pan, put it into the oven, and dinner is ready. And ofcourse, the ranch seasoning mix is so much yum!!

  2. How tasty is this! I used to eat a lot of pork chops when I was a kid, and only started eating them again when I met my husband, he loves pork chops, and so do I 🙂 Love that the ingredients are usually found on our kitchen as well!

  3. I love potatoes cooked anyway. The use of one dish in this cooking process is a nice perk. We eat pork here sometimes so I wouldn’t mind trying to cook it like this next time.

  4. This really looks amazing. I would love to try it out sometime. I can see why you wouldn’t need to add anything else to it. I wouldn’t have thought to use ranch packets as a seasoning but I can see why it would taste good. I will have to try this out.

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