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!”
Halloween is a great time to make some fun snacks with the children. Making Halloween snacks is a great way to get them excited to help in the kitchen.
Combine a bunch of basic ingredients to make chicken and spinach alfredo bake with ingredients that are often found in the kitchen.
Use fresh blackberries and a few pantry staples to make a delicious blackberry cobbler. A perfect dessert any time of the year.
Use a dehydrator to dry out seasoned beef to make your own homemade beef jerky. It keeps a long time for a great snack at home or on the road.
Switch up your regular enchiladas by changing the meat from chicken to crab for delicious, cheesy seafood enchiladas for an easy dinner.
Make your own french fries at home to get them exactly as crispy as you like. Season with salt or other seasonings for the perfect side dish.
Chicken curry flatbread is a delicious way to make a weeknight dinner with lots of taste and little effort.
Use the instant pot for a quick and easy version of the Indian dish Butter Chicken. You can have delicious dinner on the table in one hour.
Use a blender to quickly mix the batter for paleo brownies that are also dairy-free and gluten-free for a healthier dessert option.
Making a pesto flatbread is a quick and easy dinner or appetizer. You can easily change the flavor based on the pesto you use.