Make weeknight dinner easy and delicious with this honey mustard sheet pan pork tenderloin recipe. It’s filled with apples, potatoes, and green beans that the whole family will enjoy.
Oh, how I love a super easy (and tasty) one dish dinner! This sheet pan pork tenderloin came together in no time at all, and the clean up was also super simple. This honey mustard pork tenderloin recipe is exactly what our family needs for busy weeknights. I’m feeling inspired to try even more sheet pan dinners.
Delicious One Pan Pork Tenderloin With Honey Mustard Marinade
If you’re one of those people who doesn’t cook with pork often run, don’t walk, to the grocery store for some pork tenderloin. Seriously! This boneless cut is so easy to prepare and comes out delicious and tender every time.
Made with a sweet and savory mix of pork, potatoes, apples, and beans, this honey mustard pork tenderloin recipe might be your new go-to easy weeknight dinner.
If you’re trying to meal plan on a budget, pork is usually more economical than other cuts of meat. Pair it with in season produce (or fresh from your garden, if you have one) and you get a meal that’s not just quick and healthy, but easy on your wallet too.
How to Make Honey Mustard Pork Tenderloin
I marinated the pork tenderloin in a loaf pan (covered with plastic wrap in the fridge), but you could also use a ziplock bag if you prefer. For better results, just remember to turn the meat over about halfway through for even coverage.
Just look at how pretty and vibrant this one is before you stick it in the oven. It’s hard not to feel good about making such a colorful dinner like this one. Talk about (almost) eating the rainbow. 🙂 Before baking it, I did toss the veggies and fruit together to better coat them with the sauce. I hope you enjoy this simple one-dish dinner as much as we did!
What Apples Pair Best With Pork Tenderloin?
Sweeter apple varieties usually work best when paired with pork, so I recommend sticking to your favorite red or yellow apple variety. The only thing to keep in mind is that some apples are more suited to roasting than others; popular varieties like Fuji and Gala apples usually lose their texture and turn mushy when baked.
If you need apple inspiration, Honeycrisp is probably the best bet when it comes to an apple that tastes great and holds up in the oven.