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Tender chunks of beef and vegetables cook quickly together in this sheet pan meal. It’s the ultimate comfort food with a healthy spin on it. Ready in only 30 minutes!

Update: This recipe was originally published in 2020 and has been republished with all new photos.

I love this delicious sheet pan meal so much and I have my sweet mother in-law to thank for it! She’s been making a version of this for a long time. It’s a family favorite for fork tender steak in a delicious gravy with tasty veggies. It’s truly the best recipe. You’re guaranteed to hear rave reviews every time.

These juicy beef tips marinate in a combination of coconut aminos or soy sauce, red wine vinegar, and a few simple seasonings. We’re not using beef broth or beef stock which you’ll find in so many beef tip recipes because the other ingredients have so much more impact. We actually don’t need much liquid at all.

Ya’ll, you HAVE TO MAKE THIS. Not only does everything cook quickly together (it does) but the marinade is ridiculously good! I promise you’ll make this once and add it to your dinner rotation. It’s just a fact. Serve over rice and enjoy!

Craving more healthy steak options? I have a lot of recipes that will interest you. My Steak and Zucchini Stir Fry cooks on the stove top. If you love the idea of a sheet pan meal my Steak with Roasted Veggies and Easy Sheet Pan Steak Dinner are delicious choices too. Try my Slow Cooker Garlic Herb Pot Roast if you like working with chuck roast or rump roast. (That one includes a flavorful gravy and is perfect with mashed potatoes.) Instant Pot Beef Stew will satisfy if you’re hoping to use stew beef and use your pressure cooker. My Skillet Mushroom Steak Bites have a mushroom gravy I can’t get enough of.

Beef Tips with Veggies Ingredients

  • Top sirloin: Top sirloin is my favorite cut for tender beef tips because it’s inexpensive, readily available, and tender.
  • Fresh green beans: I recommend fresh green beans in this sheet pan meal because they’ll hold on to their crispness better than frozen or canned. Trim the stem end (not all of them will still have this).
  • Onion: Fresh onion adds a bite to this meal but doesn’t make the finished dish spicy. White onion or yellow onion both work well. You can even opt for red onion if you prefer.
  • Green bell pepper: Green bell peppers are the most popular of the bell peppers. They have a slightly bitter taste and aren’t as sweet as red or orange bell peppers.
  • Oil: The oil helps make the veggies tender. They require more cooking time than the steak so the green beans, onion, and bell pepper will start cooking first with the oil. I recommend extra virgin olive oil or avocado oil but you can use any oil you’re comfortable cooking with.
  • Coconut aminos or low sodium soy sauce: Both coconut aminos and low sodium soy sauce work well. Use whichever you have.
  • Red Wine Vinegar: Red wine vinegar adds a little sweetness and acidity to this dish. White wine, champagne, and sherry vinegars are all acceptable substitutions.
  • Minced garlic: You can mince your own garlic or use a jarred variety.
  • Spices and herbs: Italian seasoning blend, salt, and black pepper are all the seasonings you need for this easy meal.

How to Make Beef Tips with Veggies

You’ll start by combining the marinade ingredients with the sirloin. Let that sit for at least an hour. Spread the green beans, onion, and bell pepper in a single layer on your baking sheet. Drizzle with oil and sprinkle with salt. Broil for 10 minutes. Add the marinated pieces of beef. Stir. Broil for another 4 to 5 minutes. And that’s it! A spectacular meal with so little work!

Coconut Aminos vs Soy Sauce

Both coconut aminos and low sodium soy sauce are great choices for this marinade. I tend to choose coconut aminos because the flavor is nearly identical (it’s a little sweeter) but contains a lot less sodium. I have an entire blog post about coconut aminos if you want to learn more.

Can You Have Red Wine Vinegar While Doing Whole30?

I know a lot of people come to my website looking for Whole30 recipes and this recipe can absolutely be enjoyed while completing a round of Whole30. While the Whole30 rules state you can’t have alcohol, they do allow for both red and white wine vinegars. You can find more info about that on the official Whole30 website. Read the copy by “Vinegar and botanical extracts” for specifically what vinegars are allowed.

What Does It Mean to Broil Instead of Bake?

Baking cooks your food using indirect heat. Broiling uses more direct heat and cooks at a higher temperature. Often when broiling you’ll move your oven rack up so that the food is closer to the heat. (For this recipe we want the oven rack in the middle position so we don’t overcook the steak.)

What if You’ve Never Used Your Broiler Before?

That’s okay! This is such a easy recipe that you’ll have no trouble even if you’ve never used the broil setting on your oven before.

Does this Sheet Pan meal Freeze Well?

This hearty meal freezes, thaws, and reheats beautifully. You can store it in the freezer in a freezer-safe container for up to 3 months. Just add it to a skillet (after thawing) on the stove over medium to medium-low heat, stirring frequently. Add a little water as it’s cooking if you notice that it’s sticking to the pan.

How to Store Leftover Beef Tips

Want to enjoy these homemade beef tips the next day or later in the week? Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. Reheat in a large skillet on the stovetop on low to medium-low heat until warmed through.

How to Serve Beef Tips

I recommend serving these beef tips and veggies over white rice or egg noodles for a delicious meal the whole family will love.

5 from 3 votes

Easy Sheet Pan Beef Tips with Veggies

By Christina
Steak, peppers, onions, and green beans all broil quickly together for a really incredible meal that's ready in 30 minutes!
Prep: 10 minutes
Cook: 15 minutes
Total: 25 minutes
Servings: 4 people



  • ¼ cup coconut aminos or low sodium soy sauce
  • ¼ cup red wine vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil, extra virgin
  • 1 tablespoon garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon italian seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon black pepper

Beef Tips + Veggies

  • pounds top sirloin, sliced into strips ½ inch thick and 2 inches long
  • 12 ounces green beans, trimmed
  • 1 white or yellow onion, cut into strips
  • 1 green bell pepper, cut into strips
  • tablespoons olive oil, extra virgin
  • ½ teaspoon salt
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  • Combine the marinade ingredients in a resealable plastic bag or bowl. Add the sliced sirloin to the marinade, seal the bag (or bowl), and toss to coat. Refrigerate for a minimum of 1 hour and up to 12 hours before cooking.
  • Set the oven rack to the middle position and turn the broiler on high.
  • Spread the green beans, onion, and bell pepper in a single layer on a 12 x 17 baking sheet.
  • Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt.
  • Broil for 10 minutes.
  • Add the marinated steak to the pan with your vegetables. Stir so that everything is in an even layer. If you have any marinade left pour that in too.
  • Broil until the steak is done to your liking, 4 to 5 minutes.


Calories: 423kcal, Carbohydrates: 15g, Protein: 40g, Fat: 22g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Cholesterol: 100mg, Sodium: 1316mg, Potassium: 895mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 5g, Vitamin A: 718IU, Vitamin C: 37mg, Calcium: 102mg, Iron: 4mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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  1. Lauren says:

    What is the serving size on this recipe? Based on the ingredients would it be 4? I like good food that is good for and honestly don’t follow a specific “meal plan.”

    1. Christina says:

      Yes! Nutrition info and serving size have been added. Thanks for the heads up that I’d left it out!

  2. Vicki says:

    Love this! So easy and quick to make!

  3. Michele Brooks says:

    This was easy and yummy and made for a great breakfast the next morning! Definitely on my list to make again. 

  4. Jamie says:

    We are making this tonight for the umpteenth time! We love this recipe, so I thought I should review it! This is simple and delicious. My kids love it, and it even meets the mark for a “company for dinner” dish. Thank you!

    1. Christina says:

      Yay!! Thank you so much, Jamie!

  5. Ruthann says:

    Can I make this the same using frozen green beans?

    1. Christina says:

      Hi! Technically yes, but I’m personally not a fan of roasting frozen veggies so I wouldn’t recommend it.

  6. Jil says:

    So flavorful and absolutely incredibly simple! Great recipe for a quick, easy, tasty, healthy dinner! Thank you for a recipe I will make on repeat.

    1. Christina says:

      Thank you, Jill!