Eating a plant based diet doesn’t mean sacrificing flavourful meals, rather you can discover a world of new world of tasty meals, that’s why we’ve rounded up some of our favourite vegan cookbooks that have something for everyone.
Miguel Barclay’s One Pound Meal series is all about easy, vegan meals that cost £1 or less per head using simple, supermarket ingredients. This book shows that being plant-based doesn’t have to be expensive or hard to do.
This book is filled with over 85 recipes to choose from, including an exciting Sticky Aubergine Bao, to a simple Mac & No Cheese.
Vegan Influencer and bestselling author Ella Mills, founder of Deliciously Ella, shares over 100 fuss-free recipes in her book Quick & Easy. This book includes a wide variety of recipes from delicious breakfasts, lunches, 20-minute meals and desserts.
Choose from quick pasta dishes, simple noodles, hearty veg-laden bowls and Asian-inspired plates. This book also includes Weekend recipes that require a little more time to make, but are sure to impress your friends and family.
Gaz Oakley amassed a huge social following with his exciting vegan dishes. His recipe book, Plants-Only Kitchen, is full of meal prep ideas, high-protein dishes, and gluten-free recipes, many of which take less than 15 minutes.
With over 70 vegan recipes that are no fuss with no fancy ingredients - just fantastic food using plants, only.
Max La Manna is a climate activist and zero waste chef who brings his passion for waste-free cooking into his eco-friendly cookbook. Bridging the gap between vegan food and waste-free cooking, this book includes simple, accessible ingredients that celebrate the power of vegetables and wholefoods at their best.
Discover breakfasts, lunches, dinners, soups, stews and salads, plus sweet treats, alongside all-natural home hacks from DIY deodorant to Citrus Bomb House Cleanser. If that wasn’t enough, this book also includes a 21-day zero waste challenge.
Chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry has created a recipe book filled with over 100 dishes inspired by his personal memories, as well as the history of food that has traveled from the african continent.
In this book Terry reworks and remixes the favorite staples, ingredients, and classic dishes of the African Diaspora to present wholly new, creative culinary combinations that will amaze vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike.
Discover new flavours with Tim Anderson’s inventive Japanese-inspired vegan cookbook. Anderson taps into Japan's rich culture of cooking that's already vegan or very nearly vegan, so there are no sad substitutes and zero shortcomings on taste.
From classics like Vegetable Tempura, Onigiri, Mushroom Gyoza and Agedashi Tofu, to clever vegan conversions including Cauliflower Katsu Curry, French Onion Ramen and Mapo Tofu with Ancient Grains, you don't need to be vegan to enjoy these tasty recipes.
Drawing from her 'New Vegan' Guardian column, Meera Sodha's recipe book includes brand-new vegan and vegetarian recipes inspired by Asian cuisine - from India to Indonesia, Singapore to Japan, by way of China, Thailand, and Vietnam.
There are seasonal specialities, warming noodles and curries, tofu and rice dishes as well as salads, sides and sweets - all practical and surprisingly easy to make - and bursting with exciting flavours. Great if you’re looking for some East Asian flavours.
This is a cookbook for vegans who want more plants in their life, LEON Fast Vegan is all about delicious food, which just happens to be vegan. Whether you are looking for breakfasts or party food, weekday suppers or ambitious feasts, there is something here for everyone.
With 200 recipes, the book is packed with everything from breakfast and brunch dishes to sharing plates and party food, via quick suppers and slow-cooked recipes, with a generous serving of desserts, cakes, ices and drinks to round off your meal.
We all love a takeaway. It's a great way to try food from around the world in the comfort of our own homes. Vegan Fakeaway, by Katy Beskow, offers 70 recipes that deliver fast, easy, vegan takeaway classics that will make sure that you're able to indulge, whenever the craving strikes.
Divided into chapters on American, Chinese, Indian, Italian and Middle Eastern classics you'll find recipes which take just fifteen minutes to cook, slow-cooker recipes that do the hard work for you, and menus that will feed up to four people.
The book every busy young vegan needs, The Really Hungry Vegan Student is meant to make your meal planning easy. This book will give you all the vegan variety you need for quick-and-easy breakfasts, in-between-lecture lunches and pre-night-out communal feasts – and may even inspire your housemates to create some meat-free meals of their own!
Whether you’ve eaten vegan food for years, or want to give some plant-based meals a go, take the stress out of your busy student diary and make this your go-to textbook for eating fun, nutritious, savvy and delicious food.
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