It seems that great food blogs spring up out of nowhere all the time, and a lot of them started creating their own cookbooks.
We have certainly played with the idea of creating a cookbook ourselves from time to time. For the time being we decided to make our own recipe videos and showcase some of our favorite Foodie Cookbooks instead.
The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes and wisdom from an obsessive home cook
This is the long-awaited cookbook by Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen — home cook, photographer, and celebrated food blogger. This book is filled with beautiful food pictures, easy to follow recipes and fun little stories.
Gluten-Free on a Shoestring, Quick & Easy: 100 Recipes for the Food you Love – Fast!
Gluten-free guru Nicole Hunn from Gluten-Free on a Shoesting is back with 100 new quick-prep and make-ahead recipes for dinners, yeast-free breads, baked goods, snacks, breakfasts, and more. This book is filled with a ton of information for people that want or must follow a gluten free diet.
Edible Twin Cities: The Cookbook
In this series cookbook by Edible you will meet Twin City, Minnesota, foodies – the chefs, growers and shop owners who uphold organic ideals, and savor more than 100 recipes featuring local fare, like Butternut Squash Pancakes, crispy Scandinavian Flatbread, and more! This is not exactly done by a food blogger, but Nick is a Minnesota native and there’s some great stuff in this book.
Good Bite Weeknight Meals: Delicious Made Easy
America’s leading food bloggers get featured at Good Bite, where home cooks go to get inspired and engage with their favorite food talent. This foodie cookbook is filled with over one hundred quick and easy to make recipes, and ton of helpful information from your favorite food bloggers like Christy Jordan from Southern Plate and Lori Lange from Recipe Girl.
Bitten: Unpretentious Recipes from a Food Blogger
Sarah Graham from A Foodie Lives Here is a South African foodie that writes about everything from recipes to shopping and restaurant reviews. Her cookbook is a collection of simple, down-to-earth and healthy, no-mess-no-fuss recipes that almost anyone can cook.
After visiting and reading many of the food blogs, I’ve come back to the realization that a lot of times the simplest recipe is the best.
What do you think? Do you know of any great food blogger cook books?
Send us an email here with the blogger’s URL and tell us what you like about it.