You Can’t Cook? You CAN Make This! ~ Hummus Chicken | Roasted Brussel Sprouts | Zoodles

Guys…I can not express enough how easy I make cooking for myself and John. Even clean up can not be more than a 3-minute process! I have not timed myself on how long it takes to prep all my food, but I swear it has to be like…10-15 minutes…MAYBE! So, if you’re looking for a simple, gluten free, healthy dinner… grab your pen, paper, and grocery list for your next trip!

You Will Need: 

  • Olive Oil
  • No-Stick Spray (We use coconut oil)
  • Seasoning (I recommend Mrs. Dash, we have onion and herb, but any and all are good)!
  • Adobe
  • Garlic Powder
  • Brussel Sprouts (one bag is fine, we get fresh, not the mushy microwavable ewwy gross ones lol)
  • 1-2 zucchini (you will also need a spiralizer, any kind is acceptable)
  • 1 package of boneless/skinless chicken breast (John and I like the thin cut, but really whatever kind you want works)
  • 1 container of hummus (your favorite flavor, we like Roasted Red Pepper, or you can make your own…that will definitely take you more time, but hey…you have time, go for it!)


Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees (it can heat up while you’re prepping your food)!

Grab a tray, lay down aluminum foil, spray some coconut oil so the veggies do not stick.

Grab the brussel sprouts bag, cut them in half, put them on the tray!

DRIZZLE, I repeat…DRIZZLE olive oil over the veggies, do NOT DROWN THEM (you do not want to be eating olive oil only I promise you that one)! lol.

Lastly, sprinkle with favorite seasoning, I recommend any of Mrs. Dash seasonings, lots of flavor in every bottle!

Now, grab your tray and toss those in the oven (yes, they start cooking while you prep your chicken because it is super duper quick!) 🙂


I use a glass dish, line with aluminum foil, and spray with coconut oil spray… AKA NO CLEAN UP!

So, now you have your foil sprayed, lay your chicken in the dish.

Sprinkle Adobe on one side and then flip and sprinkle the other side

Then, take your desired hummus with a fork and spread it all over those babies!

[[If you want, you can flip them and do the other side as well!]]


Crazy right!?

So, pop that sucker in the oven and let her cook with the veggies while we finish up with the zoodles!


Grab your spiralizer and go to town!

Get your sautee pan, spray with olive oil, turn on your stove to about an 8 heat range

Plop your zoodles in the pan, let them heat up and push them around with a utensil of some sort

Add a DRIZZLE of olive oil and a SPRINKLE of garlic powder

Sautee them for like 5-7 min, it does NOT take long!

When finished cooking those, turn off your stove, take the whole pan and place in the oven while you are waiting for your chicken and veggies to finish up.

Overall the veggies should cook for about 25 min. (we like ours crispy like the pic above)

Hummus chicken (depending on the size of the chicken) 15-20 min.

Zoodles 5-7 min, then they sit in the oven to stay heated.


Take everything out of the oven, place nicely on a pretty plate and viola!

You have made dinner even when you thought the only thing you could make was a bowl of cereal!

Here is where things get awesome though.

Dinner was delicious!! But UGH…who wants to clean!

Well, don’t fret! It only takes a few minutes!

Put any leftovers into containers for lunch the next day…that’s necessary.

Grab your aluminum foil off the veggie tray…TOSS IT!

Grab your aluminum foil out of your chicken dish…TOSS IT! 

Since you used a non-stick spray with your zoodles…you should be able to throw some soap/water/rinse/dry and finish!

Add your plates and utensils to the dishwasher…


*If you have any questions I’m here for them all!*

*Don’t forget to pin this to your Pinterest board for future cooking ideas!*

As Always, 


Fun Ending Photo: Keith and Toby! (To all you country lovers…yes my fiancé named our animals Toby | Keith and fun fact: he leaves on Toby Keith pandora radio for them)! haha. I love my life 🙂



  1. Shannon | 10th Mar 17

    Love this! I’m not the best cook but I definitely need to try this you make it look so easy!

    • Samantha Santoro | 10th Mar 17

      Thats what is so great! Is that as easy as it looks, it really is THAT easy. You can sub in any veggie and roast them the exact same way. I just like the brussell sprouts! lol. Try it out and let me know!!! Or if you have any questions if you do, do it. lol! Happy easy cooking! 🙂

  2. Jenn | 10th Mar 17

    YUM!!! This is such a perfect post for me because I don’t consider myself a refined cook haha. AND I’ve been wanting to make zucchini noodles (I love the word zoodles haha) forever but have never took the initiative to try! Thanks for creating an easy-to-follow post for non-chefs like me. ❤️


    • Samantha Santoro | 10th Mar 17

      OMG YAY! So glad this works for you! Seriously try it and let me know how it goes for you! I’m so simple when it comes to cooking because I want to be able to enjoy time doing other things! 🙂 Happy simple and easy cooking! YAY!

  3. Adrianna | 10th Mar 17

    Okay this is going to have to happen this week!!! I am drooling! This recipe is so quick AND healthy I am getting back in the gym and back to clean eating this week and this seems like the perfect dinner to make on a week night with little time and even less energy lol thanks for this I’m looking forward to more of your recipes and quick tricks:)

    • Samantha Santoro | 10th Mar 17

      This makes me so excited! Please do try it out and let me know how it goes. Like seriously as simple as I made it! And don’t you worry I have so many more tricks up my sleeves for easy, quick, healthy recipes! 🙂 YAY!

  4. Serena | 10th Mar 17

    I’m not keen on brussels sprouts but I love spirilized zucchini, it’s such a tasty addition to meals 🙂

    • Samantha Santoro | 10th Mar 17

      Trade out the brussel sprouts for any veggie and you are good to go!! 🙂

  5. Aleena | 11th Mar 17

    I’ve been wanting to try zucchini noodles! This look delicious!


  6. Lauren Grace | 12th Mar 17

    OMG girl this meal looks so good and I have always wanted to try zoodles. I’m def going to try making this meal for dinner – seems quick, easy, and delicious!

  7. carlie | 13th Mar 17

    Um ok this looks bomb. I am ALWAYS trying to find new recipes that are also healthy but my kicking skills are lacking and so much in the kitchen makes me nervous. Thanks!

  8. Charlotte | 18th Mar 17

    Definitely need to try those zoodles! All sounds yummy


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