Scouring Pinterest and the internet for healthy recipes can be fun and handy, but how many times have you pinned a recipe only to never come back to it? Plus, it's not nearly as practical (or satisfying) as owning a cookbook you love. Following a recipe in a cookbook makes the act of cooking (or baking) a little more enjoyable and even a little sensual, and that's key. Enjoying your time in the kitchen (plus, knowing what to do when you're there) is helpful for staying healthy and motivated. Peep these new cookbooks to help you stay motivated (and happy) with your healthy eating routine.
If it’s all you can do to incorporate more vegetables in your diet in attempts to be healthy, this is the cookbook you need to stay committed. It’s a fun, user-friendly, Lucky Peach-esque approach to vegetable cookery (that is v. entertaining to read), and has weeknight-friendly recipes that are meaty but don’t contain any meat. Think: comfort foods like sweet potato burritos, french onion soup, latkes and so much more.