I am a cookbook fanatic! My favorite is when every recipe has a photo, so I know exactly what I’m getting myself into. Pinterest is great and all, but sometimes getting flour or onion on my keyboard just bums me out. Then I reach for my trustworthy cookbooks (and recipe cards! Hands up if you still use recipe cards!).
I find myself using a few cookbooks over and over again, and am never disappointed with how my meals turn out. So I thought I’d share them with you.
- Erin McKenna’s Bread and Butter. I have struggled for so. long. trying to make gluten-free and vegan breads. Erin has everything all figured out, and everything I make tastes exactly like the gluten-filled, non-vegan regular version. The pizza crust and the biscuits are two of my favorites.
- Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking. I don’t think it’s any secret how much I love Dana from the Minimalist Baker. Seriously, everything I ever make from her cookbook and website is killer! I can’t even choose a favorite, that’s how delicious everything is.
- Miyoko Schinner’s The Homemade Vegan Pantry. You’ll find all kinds of kitchen staples in this book, along with some tried and true favorites like soups, pastas, and breakfast items. While not everything is gluten-free, it’s easy enough (usually) to make substitutions. Favorites right now are the eggless mayo and the cream of mushroom soup.