There are now so many amazing vegan recipe books that we're on to part three of our "best" list.
Just when you start wondering if someone will come out with a book on making Mexican/Puerto Rican/any other Latin American foods, Terry Hope Romero comes through with Viva Vegan.
Robin Robertson also added two more huge encyclopedias of vegan cooking, Party Vegan and Vegan on the Cheap.
If you have a favorite vegan cookbook we haven’t mentioned, please do submit a review below.
Terry Hope Romero has written several cookbooks with Isa Chandra Moskowitz, and here she presents her first individual project. Viva Vegan! is a fantastic collection of vegan Latin American recipes. Some are veganized versions of the original recipe, and others are stand-alone, always vegan creations.
The recipes are delicious and the all-important pictures in the middle of the book help guide us to the beautiful finished product.
The prolific Robin Robertson is back with a new creation, Party Vegan. As evidenced by the title, the focus is on recipes to serve to guests, both willing and unwilling vegan eaters.
Robertson covers the big events like Super Bowl parties, Thanksgiving, Fourth of July, and the small events like your own personal dinner parties. Never again do you have to wonder how to put together an entire meal of delicious vegan food for a huge crowd.
The second Robin Robertson vegan cookbook this year is called Vegan on the Cheap. This book is perfect for college students and young adults who want to eat vegan but struggle with being able to buy high-end ingredients.
No more do they need to depend on boxed mac and cheese and ramen noodles. So, whether you are struggling in the difficult economy or just looking to save some money, this is a great cookbook for you.
Dr. Neal Barnard also came out with a new vegan recipe book this year called The Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook: 125 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Jump-Start Weight Loss and Help You Feel Great. His recipes are healthy and delicious, and he offers great suggestions on how to lose weight but still eat until you’re full.
This is perfect for anyone, from those looking to trim a few pounds to those with a significant weight loss journey in front of them, and everyone in between.