My last cookbook list was a rather healthy affair. You can find it here. This time I have created more of a mixture, from the relatively unhealthy to the healthiest of vegan goods. Below I have listed and reviewed the cookbooks you need to own right now.
The Social Kitchen
I was sent this book in the post and was really excited as it was already on my list of books to buy. In fact their Instagram is worth following for all the gorgeous food pictures. The idea behind the cookbook stems from a heartbreaking story about the loss of their mother who was always making a lot of food for the huge amount of friends and family that were always in their house. This is great for my family as there are always loads of us eating together. My mum and I read the opening of the book and after learning what the strands of ribbons in each and every book signified we were both in tears.
Click on the link above to buy the book where all profits go to Derma Trust.
Custard Biscuits – I love these biscuits. They are quick, easy and fun to make and you can make so many in one go.
Hasselback Potatoes – These potatoes are a wonderful talking point at a party as they look so peculiar. I recently made them for a street party.
The YouTube sensation that is Tanya Burr has brought out her second book and this time it is fully dedicated to baking…yum yum! The imagery for the cover and all of the internal pictures are Pinterest worthy. I am in love.
Smarties Flapjacks – These decadent flapjacks are divine. I need some right now.
Chocolate Rice Crispy biscuits – Mostly because Tanya suggests you drip melted chocolate over them after baking…that’s my kinda gal 😛
My mum bought me this cookbook for Christmas last year and I love it. It is filled with lovely recipes that you feel as if you should already know but you don’t.
Sour Cherry Florentines – Florentines are always so expensive to buy but go down a treat when you have friends over for tea and biscuits. Impress your friends with these homemade treats.
Deliciously Ella – Every Day
I have talked about how much I like Ella’s approach to vegan living. All her recipes are simple and achievable to make. Even though her recipes are yummy they are very healthy. To top off Ella’s healthy lifestyle, all her recipes are animal friendly which makes me very happy.
Carrot, Beetroot and Sesame Salad – Yummy ingredients and very quick to make for a healthy summer lunch.
What cookbooks have you recently added to your book shelf?