Go green this spring with cookbooks that focus on wholesome vegetables and natural ingredients. These recipes prove that veggies don’t have to be a boring side dish. Discover more delicious ways to eat organically and reap health benefits galore!
1. Thrive Energy Cookbook by Brendan Brazier
Do you find yourself hitting a wall during the work day? Do you come home every evening feeling tired and run down? Seek a natural solution to boosting your energy levels by eating your daily dose of veggies. The Thrive Energy Cookbook is full of vegan and allergen-free dishes that will give your body a nutrient-packed wake up call.
2. Super Natural Cooking by Heidi Swanson
Whole foods are the foundation of this cookbook by Heidi Swanson. With beautiful photos, Super Natural Cooking guides you through dozens of recipes and a particularly helpful pantry guide, which explains how to stock a kitchen with the non-refined, wholesome ingredients your body craves.
3. Raw & Simple by Judita Wignall
Curious about the raw food lifestyle? Try a few recipes from the Raw & Simple cookbook to test the waters. They’re fast, easy, and most importantly, healthy!
4. The Sprouted Kitchen by Sara and Hugh Forte
Vegetables can be indulgent! The Sprouted Kitchen is all about making veggie dishes exciting, wholesome, and delicious. Written and photographed by husband-wife duo Hugh and Sara Forte, this cookbook not only offers dozens of creative recipes, but looks beautiful sitting on your countertops, too.
5. The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon
Angela Liddon started her foodie career in the blogosphere at Oh She Glows, the website where she shares a wide variety of vegan recipes. The Oh She Glows Cookbook captures the cheerful, healthy essence of Angela’s blog and is perfect for both vegans and those just wanting to add more wholesome foods into their daily diet.
6. Feast by Sarah Copeland and Yunhee Kim
Whether you’re a novice or expert chef, within the pages of Feast is something for everyone. The vegetarian dishes in this cookbook are bold enough to stand on their own. Artichoke Enchiladas and Strawberry Rye Squares are just a couple of the dishes we can’t wait to try.