Healthy eating doesn't have to be bland and boring. If you're trying to maintain a clean diet but are losing inspiration fast, you need to get your hands on one of these bad boys – four cookbooks that prove just how exciting (and tasty) natural foods can be.
Whether you're going for a plant-based diet or are simply trying to cut down on certain food groups, the recipes and tips in these books are sure to get you motivated.
The Happy Pear: Recipes and Stories From The First Ten Years
David & Stephen Flynn
Irish brothers David and Stephen set up The Happy Pear back in 2004 as a grocery shop, but it has since grown into a household name for clean eating. The boys published their first book just before Christmas, and with more than 250 original and colourful recipes inside, you won't want to leave the kitchen!
The Extra Virgin Kitchen: Recipes for Wheat-Free, Sugar-Free and Dairy-Free Eating
Susan Jane White
Gill & Macmillan
Since its release last year, The Extra Virgin Kitchen has become an essential for many health conscious eaters. Journalist Susan Jane White's clean eating journey began when she was told to stay away from wheat, sugar and dairy. Rather than face a bland and lifeless future, Susan set out developing her own innovative recipes, full of flavour and imagination.
Plenish: Juices to Boost, Cleanse and Heal
Whether you're turning to juicing as a multi-day detox or simply want to start your day off right with something fresh and full of nutrients, Kara Rosen's book is jampacked with recipes to suit every need. As well as containing information on over 40 juice blends, Plenish can show you how to detox, heal your body naturally, fuel your system, fight disease, improve wellbeing, and lose weight. Win!
From decadent desserts to vibrant salads, Deliciously Ella will school you in how to create a variety of simple and tasty made from natural and fresh ingredients. A must-have for summertime cooking!