Pioneers baked almond cake just because Abraham Lincoln loved it, and moms packed peanut butter and pickle sandwiches for work and school just because Elvis Presley liked them. We have always had this habit of stealing recipes from the rich and famous, until someone got the bright idea to start making celebrity cookbooks and the rest is history.
Hey, it must be scrumptious becausetheyate it! Nothing has really changed. When Chrissie Teigen barters her own banana bread during quarantine and Kylie Jenner Instagrams her own instant ramen style, lips smack and kitchens light up everywhere. Bloggers like me get excited about this stuff, so let’s take a look at some of our favoritecelebrity recipes!
Markle’s vegetarian take on the traditionally meat-based dish transforms zucchini into a creamy pasta sauce. Clear your schedule before you take a crack at the recipe; this dish takes four hours to prepare.
The U.S. Olympic swimming gold medalist made a splash with her cookbook Cook to Thrive last year, and this was our favorite dish in the pages. We’ve missed following her this summer when Olympic glory would have called again, but following this recipe this is the next-best thing.
Aunt Jemima has changed just a bit since 2016, but look back at this Instagram video posted by The Rock and you can see how he rolls with his own pancake batter. Now we know what his nickname was in high school. Thanks to Men’s Journal for the full recipe!
The television personality, who wrote a cookbook called "Food, Health, and Happiness: 115 On-Point Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life," serves up classic deviled eggs that are fairly easy to make and last for up to two days.
The social media star and wife of John Legend adds chocolate chunks and coconut flakes. We know this from her cookbook Cravings: Hungry for More -- and also because of what happened during quarantine. "I'll make a banana bread for anyone that has romaine lettuce,” she tweeted when we are all hunkered down at our worst, and you can look here to see who won.
You might have read the excellent Run Fast, Eat Slow cookback that the 2017 New York City Marathon champ co-wrote with Elyse Kopecky. Runners World listed five of her best recipes from the book, and we’ll start with this one.
This was adapted by The New York Times from The Tucci Cookbook, a book of recipes from the actor and director Stanley Tucci’s food-obsessed family. We loved him best in The Devil Wears Prada, and we know you will love this Italian pasta dish. Two ragu dishes in one post? Hey, we're hungry.
You know anything with the word “celebrity” is going to include at least one Kardashian. That’s life. Back in 2016, the model asked her followers to share what they put into their ramen noodles. She shared with the world how she prepares hers. She likes to add butter, garlic powder, and an egg. Yum.
The Tennessee-born actor wrote the cookbook Whiskey in a Teacup, in which she shared her late grandmother Dorothea Draper's recipe. Witherspoon was also inspired outside the kitchen by her grandparents; witness her Draper James clothing line. “My grandparents taught me everything I know about gracious Southern living,” she wrote on her company’s site.