2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Cookbook Lovers

My 2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Cookbook lovers is here!! 12 awesome cookbooks that are that are great for holiday gift-giviing.

2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Cookbook LoversI’m in Canada and our Thanksgiving is in October, but I know lots of my readers are from USA so happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Hope you are having a great day with your family and friends enjoying delicious food.

I’m back with my gift guide week! First, I shared my favourite kitchen tools that I’ve been using all year long and today I’ll bring to you my cookbook gift guide. I know most of you love cookbooks like me or know someone special that loves cookbooks too. So, this gift guide will help you to decide which cookbook to give to your friend or family member who is a totally foodie 😉

  1. Skinnytaste One and Done by Gina Homolka – Gina is one of my favourite bloggers of all the times. All her cookbooks are amazing! This one is her new release and it’s full of recipes that can be made in your Instant Pot, Dutch oven, slow cooker, air fryer, and more.
  2. Salt Fat Acid Heat by Samin Nostrat – This is just one of the best cookbook I’ve ever owned and it’s a great cookbook for resources too. This cookbook is so good that inspired the creation of her recent series on Netflix.
  3. Inspiralized and Beyond by Ali Maffucci: What I love the most about this cookbook is that all the recipes are easy, delicious and healthy. Also, there are lots of recipes that replace wheat products for veggies, which satisfies paleo, gluten-free and low-carb diets.
  4. The Fresh and Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook by Megan Gilmore: Amazing cookbook for those who love their Instant Pot. Lots of delicious and healthy recipes for all the family.
  5. Easy Culinary Science for Better Cooking by Jessica Galvin: This cookbook is absolutely great because the recipes are straightforward, easy and delicious. The best of all, Jessica offers up the science behind each recipe.
  6. The Complete Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Beginners by Dorothy Calimeris: Great cookbook for those who have some kind of chronic disease and need to adhere to an anti-inflammatory diet. VERY good!
  7. For the Love of Cheese by Afrim Pristine: I met Afrim Pristine in a food blog conference this year and the way he talks about cheese makes everybody falls in love with it. In this book, he teaches you the best ways to buy and store cheese and how to pair different cheeses with different beverages, how to create the cheese board of your dreams.
  8. The Whole30 by Melissa Hartwig: This is one of my favourite cookbooks of the year. It is designed to help you to break unhealthy patterns of behavior, and reduce cravings, particularly for sugar and carbohydrates. It’s an awesome book to learn more about what it’s good for you and what you should be eating to feel healthier.
  9. The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook by Michelle Smith: This cookbook has more than 150 recipes that are Whole30 complaint. And throughout the book, icons help readers identify which recipes fit their diet such as gluten-free, paleo, low-carb and Whole30.
  10. Made Whole by Cristina Curp: It’s cookbook that combines Paleo and low-carb/ketogenic diets, using only whole, natural, unprocessed ingredients.
  11. Joyous Detox by Joy McCarthy: I also met Joy in person few months ago. What a beautiful person!  I am a big fan of her work and everything she does. Her cookbooks are amazing, but my favourite is this one, which it’s full of detox-friendly recipes that are simply delicious and fully nourishing.
  12. Easy Dairy-Free Keto by Maria Emmerich: Keto and low-carb recipes for those who want to avoid or can’t eat dairy products.