I’ve recently taken to poring over my vegan recipe books looking for recipes that I want to try, and others that I think would be fab to blog about. My bookmarks on Chrome are out of control because I’ve tagged so many. It never ends, because the rest of the spare time I have is spent scrolling through my Amazon book wishlist.
It’s also been a really long time since I posted any kind of wishlist post, and so here we are. And what’s life without a little inspiration?
- The Fresh Vegan Kitchen by David Bailey and Charlotte Bailey – I seem to be lacking a few good all-round vegan recipe books, and I have heard some fab things about this one and it’s range of recipes. Plus it’s largely plant based, which I hope would inspire me to cook more from scratch.
- Oh She Glows by Angela Liddon – I don’t think there are many people who wouldn’t want this recipe book. I’ve been lusting after it since I saw Anna from Vivianna Does Make Up mention it some time last year, and I’ve been religiously testing recipes from Angela’s blog ever since.
- The New Vegan by Aine Carlin – I actually want both of Aine’s vegan recipe books but I believe this is her latest. I like that there’s a bit of everything in this book from what to eat to what to wear, beauty products, and how to stick it out and it doesn’t seem at all as intimidating as some can be when they offer this kind of advice.
4. Appetite For Reduction by Isa Chandra Moskowitz – Not to blow my own horn (totally doing it anyway) but I am a bit of a Comfort Food Queen. And as we all know comfort food isn’t necessarily healthy food, even when it’s vegan, which is exactly why I want this book. I definitely need to learn to cook the healthy kind of happy food!
5. Chloe’s Vegan Italian Kitchen by Chloe Coscarelli – There really aren’t many words for how excited I am by vegan Italian food. I’ll take literally any excuse to be cooking more pasta and pizza.
6. Easy Vegan Cooking by Leah Leneman – just look at the cover and weep. Ii’m a bit of a wimp when it comes to baking – when it comes to recipes I’m a “lob it all in and see what happens” kind of girl, and baking is pretty much the opposite. The good news is that this book isn’t just baking, and I am all for another all rounder.
Are you as recipe-obsessed as I am? Do you have any recommendations?