Best New Vegan Cookbooks (2012 & 2013)

The vegan cookbook industry is growing so fast that it can be hard to keep up. On there are new vegan cookbooks popping up every month. How can you choose? We’ve compiled this list of our favorite new vegan cookbooks on the market to help you out.

1. Betty Goes Vegan by Annie and Dan Shannon. The Shannons have spent the past several years veganizing classic recipes from American icon Betty Crocker, removing all animal products while keeping the flavors, textures and style. They call it “The Betty Crocker Project.” Clever, right? Well, this book is a culmination of all their hard work. It’s a comprehensive guide to classic American meals and is an essential handbook that should be a staple in every kitchen. What are you waiting for? Get your paws on this right now!

2. Chloe’s Vegan Desserts by Chloe Coscarelli. 

This book is packed with more than 100 exciting recipes for cookies and pies, tarts and cobblers, cupcakes and cakes, and more! Chloe’s first book, Chloe’s Kitchen, is one of our all-time favorites. So you can imagine how stoked we were when she came out with this all-dessert book. Pssst: Don’t miss our video interview with Chloe or our video featuring Chloe’s spinach-artichoke dip.

3. Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats by Allyson Kramer.
  This book is a must-have for all the gluten-free folks out there! If you thought it was going to be hard to be gluten-free and vegan, think again. This book is packed with 101 fully-photographed recipes that make it easy to cut out gluten and enjoy healthy, allergy-free and cruelty-free fare. From Cherry Vanilla Bean Pancakes to Chocolate Hazelnut Brownie Cheesecake, these wheat-free recipes will keep stocked with recipes that satisfy every craving.

4. Artisan Vegan Cheese by Miyoko Schinner.
Miyoko Schinner has been making artisan vegan food for decades. Since since went vegetarian at the age of 12, she has been crafting and perfecting her recipes. Her goal? Putting artistry into the vegan lifestyle. In her most recent cookbook, Miyoko shares her secrets for making homemade non-dairy cheeses using nuts, plant-based milks, vegan yogurt, and more. From caprese salad to ricotta to your classic mac ‘n’ cheese–if you love gourmet vegan cheese, this book is for you!

5. Superfood Kitchen by Julie Morris. 

Ready to get healthy by cooking with nature’s most amazing superfoods? This new book is a beautiful compilation of recipes that are plant-based, nutrient-dense, energizing, nourishing and delicious. This book will inspire you with it’s vibrant photographs and empower you with step-by-step instructions for preparing everything from Goldenberry Pancakes to Quinoa Spaghetti with Cashew Cream Sauce. Superfood superstar Julie Morris details everything you need to stock your pantry, catalogs superfood ingredients and covers creative techniques for transforming plant foods into satisfying meals.

6. Happy Herbivore Abroad by Lindsay Nixon.
  With a full five-star rating from more than 300 people on Amazon, this book has been throughly tried and tested, and is loved by all. Happy Herbivore blogger Lindsay Nixon has been traveling, exploring and perfecting vegan food around the world for the past 10 years. This is her third cookbook, and many consider it her best yet. Lindsay focuses on healthy low-fat, easy-to-make recipes made from basic ingredients that are easy for anyone to find. Simply put, we love Lindsay and love this book!

7. Vegan Food Gifts by Joni Newman.  

Pinterest is quickly taking over the computer screens of craft-loving vegans. We’ve all seen the onslaught of DIY (do-it-yourself) food, products and gifts. This new book will empower and inspire you to make artistic and personalized gifts for friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, or anyone else you want to surprise with a home-made treat. Say ‘goodbye’ to gift cards, and ‘hello’ to thoughtful, personal, hand-crafted vegan food! 

8. Vegan’s Daily Companion by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. 
Last but certainly not least we’ve got the latest from the renown vegan cookbook author, speaker, blogger, and wellness advocate Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. You may known her as the “Compassionate Cook” or from her popular “Food for Thought” podcast. Colleen came out with this daily companion for anyone who is new to veganism or thinking of going vegan. It’s an impeccable, colorful, thorough and fun guide to vegan life.

Hungry for more?  Check out our list of the Top 10 Vegan Cookbooks (of all time)!


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