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one pan cranberry balsamic roasted chicken {paleo}



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Roasted chicken made with a delicious balsamic chicken marinade, cranberries, and fresh thyme. This paleo one pan chicken recipe is so easy to make!

Roasted chicken made with a delicious balsamic chicken marinade, cranberries, and fresh thyme. This paleo one pan chicken recipe is beyond easy! Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chicken is a simple yet healthy dinner for your holiday table. The sweet and tangy balsamic chicken marinade makes this one pan roasted chicken extra juicy and extra crispy. Great idea for meal prep or make ahead meals.
Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chicken {Paleo} + VIDEO
Roasted chicken made with a delicious balsamic chicken marinade, cranberries, and fresh thyme. This paleo one pan chicken recipe is beyond easy! Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chicken is a simple yet healthy dinner for your holiday table. The sweet and tangy balsamic chicken marinade makes this one pan roasted chicken extra juicy and extra crispy. Great idea for meal prep or make ahead meals.
And it’s November! Bring on the Turkey, Cranberry, and Stuffing. Actually, this Paleo One Pan Cranberry Balsamic Roasted Chicken dish is not quite the traditional Thanksgiving food, but I have a story to go with that. As always.
So remember when I posted this one pot honey orange roasted chicken recipe last season? Yes, that deliciousness. Well, that recipe creation was due the “Thanksgiving PURGE of 2014.” LOL! Purge as in…. my husband got SO SICK off of turkey, like food poisoning sick, that he banned turkey from his diet indefinitely. Although, I have snuck in a few turkey recipes here and there. Shhh… don’t tell him. To be brutally honest, we aren’t big fans of roasted turkey anyway. But balsamic roasted chicken? HECK TO THE YEA! Ground turkey in chili is one of my turkey exceptions —> BRING IT ON! You betcha!
Turkey lovers, don’t hate me. I will for SURE being posting gluten free Turkey recipes, but as for now, we’re gonna give those CHICKEN dishes some more love.
Ahhh…. it’s just so dangerously delicious!

Prep Time: 35 minutes
Cook Time: 35- 45 minutes
Total Time: 70 minutes

INGREDIENTS

2.5 lbs chicken thighs or breasts, with skin on (around 4to 6 chicken thighs or breast) See notes for lower fat option
fresh thyme
a sprinkle of dried Italian herbs (optional)
1/3 cup to 1/2 cup fresh cranberries (or previously frozen) – See notes for substitutes.
1 tbsp each maple syrup and balsamic vinegar mixed together to coat chicken during roasting
For the Marinade:
1/3 cup cranberries
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp gluten free tamari sauce or coconut aminos (optional)
2 tbsp maple syrup
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp black peppers
2 garlic cloves (or 1 tsp minced)

INSTRUCTIONS
Clean your chicken, then place in a roasting or baking dish. Set aside.
Make the Balsamic Chicken Marinade:
Blend all the balsamic chicken marinade ingredients listed above in a food processor or blender until liquified and smooth.
Pour marinade over the chicken thighs, coating evenly.
Cover and place in fridge to marinate for 30 minutes or up to 24 hrs. (overnight creates great flavor!)
Once marinated, preheat oven to 375F.
Remove chicken from fridge.
Add extra 1/3 to 1/2 cup cranberries, thyme, and Italian herbs to the dish. Spread it out evenly on and around the chicken.
Bake skin side down first for 25-35 minutes depending on the size of chicken thighs.
Remove and turn skin side up. Check for doneness. Then brush each chicken skin with the maple syrup/balsamic vinegar combo.
Add more seasoning (like dried herbs, salt, pepper) to the top if desired. NOTE: If using fresh herbs, wait to add until after you remove the chicken from the oven.
Depending on the thickness of your chicken thighs, either bake a little longer skin side up, then broil. Or if chicken is almost done and not pink, then skip extra baking and just broil for about 3-4 minutes or until skin is crispy and chicken is cooked evenly inside. Check to make sure the internal temperature of the thickest chicken thigh reaches 165F.
NOTE: If using boneless chicken, cooking time will vary on thickness of chicken breast. Check around 35 minutes total.
After thoroughly cooked, remove from oven. Spoon the sauce from the pan onto each chicken thigh/breast and a pinch of black pepper or cracked pepper.
Serve with the roasted cranberries on top and any extra fresh herbs desired.

NOTES

This is a great recipe to make ahead. Prep the marinade hours before, then just pop in the oven the next day or later in day.
Lower Fat option if you use skinless chicken. Preparation for skinless chicken: The cooking time will be anywhere from 20-35 minutes total. Check at 20 minutes for chicken to reach internal temperature of 165F. No broiling needed.
Notes from readers on cranberry substitutes – you can use fresh cranberry sauce in place of the cranberries. Puree it with marinade and adjust taste as needed. Balsamic vinegar optional.

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