These revitalising recipe books are sure to put a spring in your step this season. They feature healthy recipes as well as divine desserts and delicious dishes to delight your taste-buds. See below for the best recipe books for spring.
Diana Henry's new book is the perfect resource if you're planning any dinner parties this spring. Each tasty dish was inspired by a different culture and recipes include Crab Tomato and Saffron Tart and Gooseberry and Almond Cake with Lemon Thyme Syrup. Give this mouth-watering book a read this season.
Whether you're a long-time vegan or have just decided to try out some vegan dishes this book of tasty and easy-to-follow recipes is just want you need. There are over 125 recipes, ranging from Crispy Cinnamon Potato Tacos to Vanilla Panna Cotta. If you're keen on ditching the meat and animal product but still want food thatâs full of flavour then Aine Carlin has got you covered.
This lovely book by TV chef Mary Berry is a must-have for every spring kitchen. With 120 recipes covering every meal of the day and all your family's favourites, this brilliant book brings a refined yet homely take on classic dishes from French Onion Soup to Lemon Meringue Pie. Plus, Mary shares all her best tips and tricks to get you feeling confident and comfortable when you're whipping up these new delicious meals.
Gifted pastry chef and chocolatier Will Torrent presents this sumptuous selection of afternoon tea delights, perfect for savouring outdoors in the spring sunshine. The book features indulgent recipes for sandwiches, savouries, scones, cakes and other fancy finger food. With mouth-watering photography and plenty of hints and tips, the book also provides an introduction to afternoon tea and how it became a British institution. Tantalise your taste-buds with a range of classic teatime treats, including smoked salmon sandwiches and Viennese whirls.
MasterChef champion Shelina Permalloo offers an assortment of scrumptious, satisfying yet healthy recipes in this beautiful cookbook. Shelina's nutritious recipes, inspired by her exotic holidays and Mauritian heritage, feature easy-to-follow instructions and a calorie, sugar and fat count for each portion. Highlights include Steamed Hake with Wasabi, Soy and Ginger, Baked Moroccan Eggs, Make-ahead Banana Bread and an Orange Blossom and Rose Creme Brulee - delicious!
Discover how you can have your cake and eat it guilt-free with this carefully-selected collection of recipes for healthier and more nutritious cakes and bakes. The recipes make use of alternatives to gluten, fats, sugars and dairy, and provide tempting ideas for cakes, cookies, cupcakes, meringues, muffins and bars. Perfect for accommodating any diet or lifestyle, the book features gorgeous photography and step-by-step instructions suitable for everyone from beginner bakers to baking buffs.