20 Fantastic Vegan And Gluten-Free Cookbooks (Updated)

in Dec 14, 2023

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Whether you’re a plant-based eater, a gluten-free gourmet, or just an open-minded foodie, there’s nothing like a good old cookbook to inspire and improve your cooking skills.

We first released this post back in January as a list of 12 vegan and gluten-free cookbooks to see you through the coming year. Now, seeing as we’re in the midst of the gift-giving season, we thought we’d update the selection and add a few more cracking cookbooks to the list.

So if it’s a gift for a loved one or a treat for yourself, we hope there’s something here to suit every tastebud!

Vegan cookbooks

Jackfruit and Blue Ginger, by Sasha Gill: great choice for Asian food lovers.

Vegan, The Cookbook, Jean-Christian Jury: great choice for those looking for a big, comprehensive cookbook.

The Hungry Student Vegan Cookbook, Spruce: great choice for students.

The Whole Vegetable, Sophie Gordon: great choice for sustainability inspiration and environmentally-conscious cooks.

Veganistan: A Vegan Tour of the Middle East, Sally Butcher: great choice for fans of Middle-Eastern cuisine.

The Oh She Glows Cookbook, Angela Liddon: great choice for healthy recipes.

So Vegan, Roxy Pope and Ben Pook: great choice for quick and nutritious recipes.

The Vegan Air Fryer, Niki Webster: great choice for anyone with an air fryer.

The Green Roasting Tin, Rukmini Iyer (note: also includes vegetarian recipes): great choice for one-dish dinners.

A Very Vegan Christmas, Sam Dixon: great choice for vegan-friendly festive food.

Anything You Can Cook, I Can Cook Vegan, Richard Makin: great choice for plant-based versions of classic favourites (think fry ups and ice cream sundaes).

Gluten-Free Cookbooks

Against All Grain, Danielle Walker: great choice for accessible recipes.

Whole Bowls, Allison Day: great choice for one-bowl meals.

Cook Once, Eat All Week, Cassy Joy Garcia: great choice for meal planning.

Cook. Nourish. Glow., Amelia Freer: great choice for healthy eating.

Pasta Reinvented, Caroline Bretherton: great choice for pasta lovers.

Soupologie, Stephen Argent: great choice for anyone who likes soup.

How To Make Anything Gluten Free, Becky Excell: great choice for those looking for creative and fun recipes.

Genius Gluten-Free Cookbook, Lucinda Bruce-Gardyne: great choice for variety, and anyone who likes the Genius brand.

Mindful Chef: 30-Minute Meals, Myles Hopper and Giles Humphries: great choice for quicker meals, and anyone looking to avoid (or reduce their intake of) refined carbs.

Cook to your belly’s content

For more cooking inspiration, take a look at our post on 5 alternative ways to serve chilli, or take a look at these 4 healthy and warming soup recipes!