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!”
When you need a hearty, warm, filling meal, try sausage potato and kale soup. It takes only 15 minutes of hands-on time in one large pan.
A cheese ball wrapped in pecans is a perfect appetizer or snack any time of the year. Mix a few things together, shape, cool, and serve!
Try red lentil soup if you like a chunky, bold soup. It’s vegan, gluten-free, and very hearty. Bonus: the leftovers are just as good!
Sweet potato casserole is a staple at most Thanksgiving tables. Add some marshmallow creme and it’s closer to a yummy dessert.
Add a twist to spinach dip by adding some ranch powder and a bit of cayenne for a kick. Serve with your favorite crackers, veggies, or bread.
Make a delicious chocolate strawberry cake using 3 ingredients. It’s easy to throw together for a last-minute dessert with decadent flavors.
Rosemary steaks are marinated with a few simple herbs to keep it simple. Add red pepper feta relish to dress the steak up and add flavor.
Chicken a la King is similar in flavor to pot pie but a bit easier to put together. Get in your veggies with chicken and biscuits for dinner.
There’s nothing like having fresh homemade bread to go with your meal. Make the process quicker with this express bake bread recipe.
Traditional Mounds bars are delicious but full of dairy products. Change out some ingredients to make these into vegan dessert bars.