Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking – A Vegan Cookbook Review


Title: Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking
Author: Dana Shultz
Publisher: Avery
Publication Date: April 26th, 2016
Genre: Cookbook, Vegan, Gluten-Free
Rating: 5/5 Stars

Always on the lookout for some more awesome recipes made me very familiar with the Minimalist Baker’s vegan blog. We have tried many of her recipes and were delighted to see that she came out with a cookbook this
April.

Continuing the same clean, beautiful style, that attracted me to her blog in the first place, Dana Shultz created a visually pleasing, easy to follow along vegan cookbook, that is also mostly gluten-free. While I am not on a gluten-free diet, I can imagine how hard it is to combine a vegan diet with it, but Dana makes it easy and delicious. the recipes are not overly complicated, not needing anything too fancy in ingredient or equipment. Of course, there are some basics every vegan or clean-eating kitchen should have – such as a high-speed blender, to create your awesome smoothies – but those  have become standard in any home-cooks kitchen who is interested in eating healthy.

 

 

Starting with the basics – like creating flax-eggs (a vegan egg replacer), and coconut cream (which is delicious!), this book  covers breakfast through snacks, so do not let the name fool you, expecting only baked goods!

No matter if you are a full-time vegan, or trying to eat more healthy, the Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking is a great book to add to your cookbook shelf.

Available on Amazon now.

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2 thoughts on “Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking – A Vegan Cookbook Review

  1. Hi Claudia,
    Although I don’t follow a full time vegan diet, I am always on the lookout for creative ways to eat healthier.

    I’ve been to Dana’s blog on occasion but had no idea she had a cookbook coming out. Wonderful news and from the looks of it, a mighty fine book too!

    Thanks for introducing this delightful cookbook Claudia and for sharing it with Cookbook Wednesday. Louise

    1. Louise, never do I, my daughter does, but there are so many wonderful recipes in there, that work well for those of us, who prefer a different path. Blessings and thanks for stopping by!

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