Start the new year off right with healthy new recipes for you and the entire family to try. Especially, if you’ve dedicated 2018 to cooking and eating healthier, you’re going to want to take a look at these healthy cookbooks below that are budget-friendly and unique.
Anthropologie is filled with unique and healthy cookbooks that also make great decor for your kitchen. The Year of Cozy by Adriana Adarme is made with simple, affordable recipes and DIYs designed to create coziness all year-long. The Year of Cozy features easy-to-follow instructions and an abundance of bright and comforting photographs. It’s organized by the months of the year and by categories that are labeled “Live,” “Do,” and “Make”.
Another great option is the Half Baked Harvest Cookbook by Tieghan Gerard. She shares her most beloved recipes such as a man’s favorite french onion soup with a kick of Guinness. Also, she shares deserts such as molasses-baked apple pie.
Lastly, Eat Better Not Less by Nadia Damaso teaches you how to create home-made banana ice cream, cauliflower pizza crust, salmon tacos, and other delights that are not only scrumptious, but also good-for-you. Better yet, all of these cook books are under $30.
Another cookbook I love is Lexi’s Clean Kitchen that gives you 150 healthy recipes including Thai meatballs, classic chili, maple-glazed Salmon, and sriracha lime chopped chicken salad.
Lastly, Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain Cookbook is based on meals that are dairy-free, grain-free, and paleo. She was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and spent many years in and out of the hospital. This book is inspired to help those in need of feeling great and who want eat well, without feeling deprived.
A few of the top grain-free dishes are delicious slow-cooked pork ragu, beef stroganoff, peruvian-style chicken, chicken and rice casserole, and barbecue salmon with peach salsa.
Happy Cooking! Let me know in the comments below what cookbook looks the most appetizing to you.
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