Contrary to what we think: celebrities DO make their own food. In our heads, we just imagine them with a whole team of personal chefs waiting on their hand and foot… but that’s not necessarily the case. A lot of celebrities love to cook! Some even go as far to create their own cookbooks. There’s just something about cooking that’s relaxing, and even celebrities find it fun. So if you’re looking for some new recipes to whip up in the kitchen, try one of these celeb recipes:
Kylie Jenner’s ramen
You’ve probably heard of this one before: Kylie Jenner’s famous ramen. It’s not like the regular stuff you buy at the store that just needs a flavor packet, Kylie Jenner adds butter, garlic, and eggs to her recipe.
Taylor Swift’s cookies
After posting a picture on Instagram of delicious looking cookies, fans begged for the recipe, and Taylor delivered. You have to give her chai tea eggnog cookies a try, especially during the holidays.
Chrissy Teigen’s banana bread
Chrissy Teigen loves cooking so much, she even went as far to create her own cookbook! Her famous banana bread is packed with chocolate chunks and coconut flakes, to make it all the more decadent.
Rihanna’s mac and cheese
Or Mac A Rih’s, as she calls it. Rihanna’s mac and cheese recipe calls for both mustard and ketchup- it sounds weird, but if Rihanna swears by it, it’s worth a try.
Gigi Hadid’s pasta
Gigi Hadid posted a tutorial of her making the pasta on her Instagram story and now fans are addicted to it. It’s a spicy vodka pasta recipe, but the official name is “Gigi Hadid’s spicy vodka pasta”, and it looks absolutely delicious.
Antoni Porowski’s Italian dish
Antoni is the food and wine expert on Queer Eye, meaning we have to trust that his recipe will be good. He makes a tomato, basil, and mozzarella baked rice that will melt in your mouth.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s grain bowl
Gwyneth Paltrow loves healthy living and clean eating, and her grain bowl recipe uses only a few ingredients and is simple to make.
Oprah Winfrey’s deviled eggs
Oprah’s deviled eggs recipe is a classic. The recipe is featured in her cookbook, “Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life”, and is super easy to make.