Grills, grills, grills.
Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee has swapped his drumsticks for a spatula, whipping up viral recipes that even his A-list pals crave.
The 59-year-old rocker outed himself as quite the baker on Wednesday when his pal John Travolta asked for baking advice — and the longtime drummer delivered a real “Feelgood” recipe for cookies in a now-viral post of their hilarious text thread.
While Travolta mused over how he spends his nights at home sweet home as a “Johnny Crocker” in the video, it’s Lee who’s been percolating through the pandemic as “CHEF BoyarLEE.”
Lee shared with The Post the exact peanut-butter-and-chocolate-chip cookie recipe he gave the “Grease” star, 67, and his not-so-secret foodie Instagram page, @chefboyarl33, where he posts his culinary adventures. In fact, Lee admitted he loves cooking and baking for himself and his wife Brittany Furlan, who said on Instagram that he puts “the ‘rocker’ in Betty Crocker babe.”
Lee told The Post his inspiration for his sweet treats came from TikTok user Justin Schuble and the easy-to-make recipe for the Travolta-approved cookie calls for:
- 1 cup of peanut butter
- 1 cup of brown sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1 tsp. of baking soda
- 1/2 cup of chocolate chips
To kickstart baking your heart out, simply mix the ingredients in a bowl and make sure that all the sweet fixings are fully combined. Divide the cookie dough mixture into twelves and place them on a cooking sheet. Then, bake at 350° F for 8 to 10 minutes. The cookies should be full-formed, warm and chewy once they’re taken out of the oven.
Grab a tall glass of ice-cold milk or vanilla ice cream to top off the delicacy — or as Travolta did in the video shared by Lee, “fresh lemonade.”
While Lee and Travolta are long-time friends, many Mötley Crüe fans might not know that Lee started a foodie page in October 2020 amid the pandemic. The musician’s culinary feed, full of fun and tasty recipes, has since garnered more than 10,000 fans.
“Hey it’s Tommy Lee, a.k.a. Chef BoyarLEE this is where I’m gonna put my cooking s–t. So don’t be the mustard.. ketchup,” his tagline reads, with a profile photo as a play on the canned kid-favorite spaghetti, Chef Boyardee.
Lee announced he was starting an account last year, posting a photo of his logo alongside the caption, “I am gonna start posting my cooking on @chefboyarl33 if you want to see the only thing that keeps me from killin ppl these days.”
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