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5 Fresh Spring Cookbooks

Stock up your kitchen arsenal with some new spring cookbooks! Here are five of our favorites.

By Chelsea Fairbourn

Spring has sprung and with it comes a new crop of cookbooks! We’ve rounded up five fresh new finds to add to your collection.


  1. Magnolia Table Volume 2: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering, $21

Family get togethers just got tastier! This book is full of Gaines family staples, and new dishes to try, too. Each recipe is flagged with a note about where it’s served – Chip & Joanna’s household, Magnolia Table, Silos Baking Co, or Magnolia Press (the Gaines’ new coffee shop in Waco). From breakfast to dessert, this cookbook has a little bit of everything. Our personal favorite recipe to make so far? The blueberry lemon sweet rolls.


  1. Everyone Can Bake: Simple Recipes to Master, $23.49

Dominque Ansel is the mastermind behind creative, tasty, and highly Instagrammable desserts! His self-named bakery in New York City is responsible for the cronut, the frozen s’more, and so much more. This cookbook is full of go-to staples anyone can tackle. His mix and match approach to baking will have you whipping up the essentials and adding in your own creative flair in no time.


  1. Keeping It Simple: Easy Weeknight One-pot Recipes, $18.49

Sometimes dinner calls for fancier fare, but, more often than not, getting anything edible on the table is a win, in and of itself. Yasmin Fahr’s newest cookbook brings simple one-pot recipes to the table in 20 minutes or less. You’ll find light, fresh spring flavors like miso-ghee chicken and roasted radishes, or heartier fare like rigatoni with crispy prosciutto.


  1. Procrastibaking: 100 Recipes for Getting Nothing Done in the Most Delicious Way Possible, $17.49

You know when you have a million things on your to do list, but baking cookies sounds way more fun? This cookbook is the perfect companion for those moments. Food blogger Erin Gardner has put together a quirky, cute compilation of recipes to try out with themed names to make the process that much more fun. In its pages you will find recipes for Case-of-the-Mondays Morning Treats, to Late-for-Everything Loaf Cakes and Fear-of-Success Snack Cakes. The perfect recipe for any mood awaits!


  1. Just the Good Stuff, $17.22

This cookbook will look as good on your shelf as the food you make from it will taste! It’s health minded, so all of the recipes pack in the nutrients you need with the flavor you crave. Some of the most popular dishes you will find on the pages of Rachel Mansfield’s cookbook are Almond Butter Pad Thai, Sweet Potato Nachos, and Homemade Pastry Tarts.

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