Not sure what to cook tonight? No worries, check out my Favorite Plant Based Cookbooks to get some delicious inspiration.
Vegan and plant based cooking has come a LONG WAY over the last 10 years. Now you can dine elegantly and deliciously knowing you’re putting your health first. The science is fully behind a whole food plant based diet – please check the FAVORITE RESOURCES section of the blog for lots of inspiring and educational books, movies, podcasts and blogs.
I thought it might be fun (and useful) if I shared my top favorite plant based cookbooks, the ones I turn to time and time again. I own countless cookbooks, there’s an entire bookshelf dedicated to them. There’s nothing better than snuggling up with a cookbook and reading it like a novel:)
Well, the title says it all. Fully vegan, no oil or refined sugar, the recipes are fabulously satisfying and yes full of flavor. I use this book all the time and I’ve yet to be disappointed. Ultra healthy, you can’t go wrong with this!
This book is a work of art. Laura’s recipes are delicious. There’s a comforting, calm presence to her writing. Her blog The First Mess is a thing of beauty:)
Don’t you love one meal wonders? If you do, this book is for you. Truly vegan and full of flavor and plant goodness. Gena is a truly talented cook.
Sometimes cookbooks written by doctors can be a little disappointing, not this one. I think Dr Greger must be a great cook because these recipes are awesome, not to mention very healthy with no oil or added sugar.
This is the real deal. No oil, no refined sugar, plant based cooking. And it’s fabulous. I especially use her dressings all the time.
No fuss, just fabulous plant based recipes without salt, oil or sugar.
I’m very fond of Hugh and finally he came to his senses and wrote a book about VEGETABLES! I absolutely LOVE it:)
There is a mention of eggs but I’m including it on the list as many of the recipes are purely vegan. Amy Chaplin is a genuine talent. She’s a chef who understands flavor and ingredients. I love this book.
This is a truly beautiful book. The recipes are simply delicious and so very good for you. One or two call for an egg or some cheese but there are plenty of fabulous fully vegan recipes so I’m including it on this list. Sarah has a wonderful blog My New Roots which I’ve admired for years.
So those are my favorites – what are yours? I’d love to know! leave me a comment and let’s chat:)