5 New Cookbooks That’ll Have Your Kitchen Smelling Amazing

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One of our favorite things about summer is visiting the Farmers Market and loading up on fresh fruits and veggies. Why not make the most of the great selection of in-season produce by cooking up something tasty in the kitchen? That’s why we’ve rounded up five of the best new cookbooks that are sure to liven up your kitchen and your taste buds!

magnolia table

 

1) Magnolia Table by Joanna Gaines

Based on her family’s favorite recipes, Joanna Gaines hand-delivers 125 country classics with a modern American spin. There’s something for everyone to love, from traditional breakfast, lunch, and dinner plates to snacks and desserts. 

 

 

Cravings

 

2) Cravings by Chrissy Teigen

Straight from Chrissy’s kitchen, comes her second cookbook full of tasty eats. Hungry For More includes quick meals, healthy plates, and, of course, comfort foods, like pancakes, banana bread, and even onion dip to die for!

 

 

 

true roots

 

 

3) True Roots by Kristin Cavallari

In her new cookbook, the Balancing In Heels author shares her secrets to clean, toxin-free eating. Enjoy green recipes like banana muffins, veggie kabobs, and plant-based butter blondies. Cavallari focuses her approach to cooking on real, natural ingredients—and you’ll be inspired to do the same.

 

delish

4) Delish by the Editors at Delish

Available for pre-order, this cookbook is definitely delish. It’s the perfect companion for those lazy days when all you’re craving is some traditional, feel-good classics, like grilled cheese, burgers, potato skins, and fudge brownies.

 

 

sister pie

 

 

5) Sister Pie by Lisa Ludwinski

A book that we deem as the official baker’s companion, Ludwinski’s sweet cookbook is a must-have for pie-lovers. Pre-order now, and steal her secrets for baking some truly beloved pies, like Toasted Marshmallow-Butterscotch and Sour Cherry-Bourbon.

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