Five Healthy Cookbooks to Swear By

2 years ago

Keep It Real by Calgary Avansino
This contributing editor of Vogue UK is out to prove that healthy food is by no means boring or hard. The columnist and healthy living advocate encourages you to adopt a plant-based diet. In doing so she outlines recipes that tick all the right boxes. The book is full of healthy swaps to ease into the lifestyle, as well time-saving tricks. But most of all, she just makes it all look so good!

East by West by Jasmine Hemsley
Hemsley’s Ayurveda-inspired cookbook is even for those who don’t know their dosha from their chakra. Ultimately it’s about fresh, exciting food made with Ayurvedic principles at heart. She takes savoury recipes (like dosas) and puts a sweet breakfast-friendly spin on them. Also, she shows you how to make a mean waffle with ghee, turmeric, jaggery and hazelnut even if you didn’t think it was possible.

Deliciously Ella Every Day by Ella Woodward
If those 4pm hunger pangs are setting you back on your fitness goals, try Woodward’s recipes for packed lunches, snacks, and easy-to-whip-up meals. The British food writer and entrepreneur shares recipes that are all plant-based, dairy-free, and gluten-free. Little wonder then that she’s racked up over 1.3 million followers on Instagram.

Nina Capri by Nina Parker
The London-based chef turns her attention to Capri and the Amalfi Coast, and displays her flair for cooking fresh Italian ingredients with a rustic touch. Her 100 original recipes tie back to her memories of local digs – the pistachio profiteroles at La Tagliata, breakfast cakes that take her back to the Marina Grande and limoncellos that taste of the sweet summer. She packs in plenty of gluten-free and dairy-free options. Most of all we’re sold on her light approach to cooking.

The Wholesome Kitchen by Pooja Dhingra
When India’s macaron queen decides to turn her attention to healthy treats, you know the result will be ever so sweet. The founder of Le15 Patisserie and Café, collaborates with nutritionist Vidhi Dhingra to create fuss-free, Instagram-envy-worthy desserts. Flip right to the hazelnut truffle or the organic dark chocolate.