Autumn’s best healthy eating reads

19 September 2017 by
First published: 7 October 2017

Autumn’s best healthy eating reads

Check out Autumn’s best healthy eating reads for some deliciously nutritious recipes. Home cooking has never been so wholesome!

Its official, the healthy eating trend is here to stay, and with good reason. Clean cooking has many physical and mental benefits. So, we’ve decided that it’s time to start making more nutritious food in our own kitchens. Autumn sees the release of a multitude of brilliantly healthy cookbooks featuring satisfying and nourishing recipes. With this in mind, we’ve put together this guide to help you create some wholesome dishes this season with Autumn’s best healthy eating reads.

5 Ingredients – Quick and Easy Food

Jamie Oliver is back with another inspiring cookbook. This time, it features recipes from his new Channel 4 series ‘Quick and Easy Food’. It contains over 130 recipes, featuring chapters on chicken, fish, salad, pork, veg and more. The award-winning chef is all about quality over quantity and this book helps people create flavourful meals on a budget any day of the week. Deliciously simple recipes consisting of only five ingredients? We’re sold!

£26, Amazon

River Cottage Much More Veg

We all know the importance of vegetables in our diet, but with his latest cookbook, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has placed them at the centre of the table. Put aside your love of eggs, cream, butter and sugar, instead embrace wholegrains, nuts, fruit, seeds and spices. Need a little more convincing? Half the recipes take 20 minutes or less of work, and most are gluten free. Try out the roast squash and chickpeas with spicy apricot sauce and reinvigorate your love of vegetables.

£26, Amazon

Feed me Vegan

The benefits of following a plant-based diet and of the positive effects of a vegan lifestyle are touted everywhere right now. But whether you’re into going full vegan or not, Lucy Watson’s Feed Me Vegan has some incredibly tasty recipes to offer. It covers meals from breakfast to late-night snacks, with healthy dinners and light bites to choose from. Stun dinner party guests by creating flavourful food which is free from animal and dairy products without compromising on taste. Whether you’re craving a cheeseburger or chocolate fudge cake, Lucy has you covered in this vegan-friendly cookbook.

£16.99, Amazon

Supper Love: Comfort Bowls for Quick and Nourishing Suppers

David Bez’s third cookbook focuses on supper, and the new love of nutrient-rich bowls which feed any craving. Whatever the season, this amazing selection of recipes has you covered, whether you’re in the mood for something light and fresh or hot and wholesome. The two sections in the book focus on deliciously filling grain bowls and soup bowls. Plus, all the recipes are versatile, so you can easily adapt them according to your personal diet preferences.

£16.99, Amazon

A Beautiful Mess Weekday Weekend: Easy, Delicious, Vegetarian Meals

This vegetarian cookbook employs a humorous narrative to help cooks of any skill level create tasty meals from home. A Beautiful Mess is a popular blog with over 1.5 million readers and has now been turned into a recipe book. The book is separated into weekday and weekend meals, then divided into breakfast, meals, drinks, snacks and sweets. The weekday recipes removing sugars, alcohol and dairy from your diet, whereas the weekend options allowing you to be a little indulgent.

£17.99, Amazon (available from 7th November 2017)

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Autumn’s best healthy eating reads
Check out Autumn's best healthy eating reads for some deliciously nutritious recipes. Home cooking has never been so wholesome!