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Cookbook Report: 5 Must-Download Veg E-Cookbooks

Cookbook Report: 5 Must-Download Veg E-Cookbooks

In the age of e-books, your next new favorite cookbook is only a click away. These five go-to titles have got your cooking needs covered, whether you’re looking for a guide to green juices and smoothies, decadent dessert recipes, a show-stopping meal, or a simple and healthy snack. Plus, they're tree-free!


Eat Awesome by Paul Jarvis

Paul Jarvis has created a collection of approachable, flavorful, and healthful dishes that make vegan cooking (and "un-cooking"—AKA raw food) a breeze. Don’t miss the Raw Cheesecake, Chickpea Curry, and Wild Rice Risotto. Jarvis’s recipes are perfect for busy folks who want to eat fresh, no-fuss meals!


Crazy Sexy Juices and Succulent Smoothies by Kris Carr

Kris Carr, New York Times best-selling author, wellness activist, and cancer thriver, gives you all the knowledge, inspiration and recipes (50!) you’ll need to become a healthful juice-and smoothie-making pro. For starters, you might want to try the Carrot Cayenne Elixir, the Kiwi Kick juice, the Lemony Mango-Basil Green Smoothie, or the Raw Pumpkin Pie Chai Smoothie.


Easy Everyday Tofu Recipes by Nava Atlas

Does tofu mystify you? If so, look no further: Nava Atlas’ e-cookbook shows you the best way to prepare every type of tofu, from silken to extra-firm. You’ll be known as a tofu maestro when you serve up some Silken Tofu Scalloped Potatoes, Middle Eastern Tofu Shakshouka, or a bowl of Japanese Soba Noodle Soup with Tofu and Spring Greens.


Lunchbox Bites by Hannah Kaminsky

The woman who brought you My Sweet Vegan, has veganized your favorite childhood treats and snuck in some nourishing ingredients to make your go-to snacks wholesome and delicious. You won’t want to pass up her Peanut Butter and Jelly Toaster Tarts (hello, homemade Pop Tarts!), Hummus Crackers, and Best Bran Muffins.


Tiny Treats by Nicole Axworthy and Lisa Pitman

The gorgeous photography in Tiny Treats will have your sweet tooth on overdrive, but the pure ingredients will keep your mind at ease as your bake your way through this decadent masterpiece. You can look forward to Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bites, Mango-Mint-Lime Ice Cream Ginger Cookie Sandwiches, Chocolate Chip Lavender Cookies, and so much more. Vegan bake sale, anyone?


Corinne Bowen is a freelance writer and Creative Director at She blogs about her adventures in vegan cooking, motherhood, and writing at



YOUR TURN: Leave a comment below to let us know which recipes you love most from these five titles or to share any e-cookbooks we may have missed!


Comments on this Blog

Do we need a code to be able to download these books for free? I tried to download the Kris Carr book and was unable to download for free. Thank you!

How can you miss Russell James's 5 or 6 ebooks? He makes preparing raw foods a delight and a breeze!

These cookbooks look great! I cant wait to downlaod them!

Hi there..I have decided to transition to Vegan..I do juice because i dont really like eating a lot of veggies..Now.the meatless foods you find in the store..are those ok? or is it better to make your own? You the prepackaged NO MEAT/substitute meats?