Whether you are looking for the perfect gift or just looking to treat yourself, look no further than a cookbook! There are currently some fantastic books, many linked to successful TV shows such as Jamie Oliver’s ‘5 ingredients’ book. In an ever busy world where time is of the essence and budgets are tighter than ever before, recipe books tend to focus their meal ideas on time saving cooking methods, meals that are super healthy for all the family and that suit the family food budget. Here is a list of the best selling books right now, guaranteed to make cooking quicker, easier, cheaper and healthier for the whole family.
This book is a new release from The Body Coach and bestselling author Joe Wicks. Joe’s 30-Minute Meals has over 100 healthy everyday meals that are quick and easy to make. The chapters are organised by main ingredient and labelled as either reduced-carb or carb-refuel. This structure will be familiar to anyone who has used the popular Lean in 15 range of books, it also makes a great addition if you already us the plan.
Whether you are following Joe’s plan or not, all the recipes are nutritious and tasty and perfect for sharing. This cookbook proves anyone can cook great food every day without having to spend hours stood in the kitchen.
Each left hand page shows you the 5 ingredients down the left side and has the nutritional info along the bottom. The right hand page is a full colour photograph of the finished dish. Really plain and easy to follow.
Well laid out and with easy instructions this cook book talks you through using just five ingredients, cleverly combined to make exciting food. It will inspire cooks and even the non-cooks to produce beautiful but simple meals.
This book is a follow-up to Hugh’s UK best selling vegetable cookbook River Cottage Veg Every Day! Whether you are a vegetation, vegan or simply trying to up the intake of veg in your meals River Cottage much more Veg with it’s simple, healthy, tasty recipes will not disappoint. It has a stylish layout and full colourful inspiring images for each recipe.
This is an excellent follow-up to Miguel Barclay’s first One Pound Meals cook book. Like the previous book it is packed full of healthy tasty recipes with easy to follow instructions. The book contains over 80 recipes with ingredients that are easy shopped for in supermarkets and some you will already have in your cupboard. This cookbook would also be suitable for vegetarians with a number recipes falling into that category.
So the full title is a bit of a mouthful! Winter Soup: Hot and Hearty Soup Recipes to Help You Lose Weight Without Dieting.
Nothing hits the spot more on a cold day than a hot bowl of soup. Soups are not only a pre-meal dish either, they can also by as filling as solid foods and are a great way increase your vegetable intake. Most of the recipes are easily prepared in 30 minutes and are healthier versions of traditional feel good winter soups.
In this book Gino claims there are ‘100 feelgood family recipes for under £5′. He wants to teach us how to cook like a Italian, but on a budget. And it’s not just a cookbook, as well as simple, delicious Italian recipes it helps you learn how to shop smarter, make the most of your fridge-freezer and fill your kitchen cupboards with fail-safe Italian basics.