Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Review: Everyday Happy Herbivore Cookbook

Most of you probably already know that I am a huge fan of Happy Herbivore (aka Lindsay Nixon). When I first went plant-based, I scoured the internet for recipes and advice. I stumbled upon Happy Herbivore and saw her cookbooks on the Forks Over Knives and Engine 2 Diet websites. Once I started following her on Twitter and Facebook, I quickly began to stock my bookshelf with with her cookbooks and filling my inbox with her subscribed newsletter and blog posts. 

She's been a great source of inspiration for me and her recipes are seriously easy to follow and don't require 15 different ingredients. I've now collected all three of her cookbooks including The Happy Herbivore, Everyday Happy Herbivore (affiliate link), and most recently Happy Herbivore Abroad. I highly recommend all three and they are perfect for a beginner cook or an advanced cook that doesn't want to spend too much time in the kitchen. 

I bought a signed copy of Everyday Happy Herbivore (affiliate link) and squealed with joy (probably a little too high) when I received it. It's already been well-worn and it falls open to kinds of  yummy recipes when placed on the table. As a person who is made fun of regularly by my dad that I can't even boil water, it's been a glorious accomplishment that I can proudly say I can cook everything out of this cookbook. Each cookbook is also only around $12 each, so you're getting a great deal for roughly 175 recipes. If you're looking for a simple, healthy cookbook without losing any great flavors, then consider buying one of her cookbooks today!

Some of my favorites from Everyday Happy Herbivore (aff link) are below!

Dark Chocolate Pancakes
Carrot Cake Pancakes
Basic Tofu Scramble
Spinach & Artichoke Fritatta
Fruit Crisp
Carribean Sweet Potatoes
Southwest Chop Salad
Chana Saag
Lemon Basil Pasta
Chili Sweet Mango Noodles
Butter Bean Cookies
Oatmeal Chews
Enchilada Sauce

Kelsey is a passionate vegan living in Houston, Texas, spreading the word about the benefits of eating a healthy, plant-based diet. She's also a minimalist enthusiast, a self-proclaimed financial guru of her household, and founder of The Little Red Journal.

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