You know that saying, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” well, we say when life gives you more time at home than usual, make new recipes you don’t typically have time for! If ever there was a time to flex your home-cooking muscle, this is it. From warm home-made bread to slow-cooker one-pot delights, there is so much joy in creating tasty meals from scratch. And with free access to a multitude of online cooking resources, it’s easier than ever.
With that in mind, we’ve collated some of our favorite online cooking channels to give you some inspiration during this time. Whether you follow a strict keto or paleo diet or are more of an “I eat everything” kind-of-person, there’s something for you. So prep your kitchen and get creative — things are about to get tasty.
This YouTube channel is ideal for those of you looking to learn the basics about the Ketogenic diet. Learn how to get started and follow simple meal plans from the comfort of your own kitchen. If you prefer to follow a blog post on your own time, you can also check out Keto For Real Life People here.
We know a lot of LonoLife customers are keto and low-carb lovers, so here’s another keto/low-carb friendly website for you. Culinary Lion was founded by a chef who decided he needed to get himself back on the path to health after adopting one-too-many unhealthy habits. He chose a hybrid of the paleo/keto diet lifestyle to help him achieve his goals, and he shares delicious recipes from his journey with you.
With both a website and a podcast, the Lampers lay out a roadmap for a simpler lifestyle that includes hunting, natural medicine, and gardening. You can discover how to make everything from Cauliflower Pizza Crust and Home-Made Yogurt to Sweet Beet Butter and the Perfect Protein Balls.
If plant-based, gluten and dairy free cooking is more your thing, then you are going to love Angela Liddon’s recipes designed to “help you glow from the inside out.” There’s literally something for everyone on the recipe section of her website, and if One Bowl Pumpkin Chocolate Muffins (vegan and gluten free) aren’t your thing, then maybe Instant Pot Cauliflower and Butternut Thai Curry or Cheerful Vegan Nachos will be!
Simple recipes. Special diet-friendly. 10 ingredients, 1 bowl, or 30 minutes or less. All eaters welcome! What more could you ask for? We love the Minimalist Baker for its simple approach to cooking. And don’t let the name fool you — while there are decadent desserts there are also plenty of wholesome entrees on their channel. If you prefer blog format, head to the Recipe page on their website.
How about you? Do you have some favorite cooking sites or YouTube channels right now you’d like to share with the LonoLife community? Feel free to comment with your picks.
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