In the Lynch Kitchen, we try to eat healthily, but don’t starve ourselves. We try to eat good-for-you foods, but don’t neglect dessert either. We try to keep everything in balance and cook as much from scratch as possible. I love to cook, and I love to bake. Being in the kitchen is like a sanctuary for me. I enjoy being able to provide meals for my family. I have been known (on multiple occasions) to be in the kitchen at 10pm just starting to bake some chocolate chip cookies. If I get bored, I like to cook or bake.
Justin’s quote on the subject: “I’m glad you like to cook because I like to eat!”
French toast casserole is the perfect make-ahead breakfast. Add some fresh or frozen mixed berries for an even tastier meal.
Copycat recipe for Outback Steakhouse’s Alice Springs Chicken. Marinate the chicken in a dijon sauce and top with bacon, mushrooms, and cheese for a delicious dinner.
You can make delicious vegan red velvet cookies with only 3 ingredients. Add some option add-ins to dress them up or eat as-is.
By combining a few healthy seasonings, you can poach chicken for a beautiful golden color. Toss that with some chickpeas and broccoli for an easy weeknight salad.
No matter the time of year, grilled pineapple pork chops are a delicious way to bring those summer vibes to your dinner table.
One pan meals are perfect for busy nights. Try making cheesy meatball skillet for a quick dinner with a delicious homemade sauce.
Chicken and dressing in the slow cooker is an easy dump-and-cook meal. Use only 4 simple ingredients to have a delicious weeknight dinner.
Everyone will love having cookies for breakfast! These vegan breakfast cookies are easy to make and easy to serve.
If you’re looking for bread with a lot of seasonings and great for a crowd, try making sesame pull-apart rolls for your next gathering.
There are many ways to make orange chicken. For this recipe, you’ll bake it in an orange sauce and serve with riced cauliflower.