If you’re on the hunt for the latest celebrity cookbooks, look no further! Celebrity cookbooks come in many styles, from tomes on fine dining and healthful eating to cookbooks designed to get kids into the kitchen and recipe books for people with busy lives. These seven cookbooks are about as different as the chefs who wrote them. That’s what makes them all so appealing; each cookbook is like a window into the creative mind of a particular chef. So whether you’re looking for tips on how to plan a menu for a great party, or creative cooking projects to try with your kids, you’re sure to find a whole lot of new and irresistible recipes in these books.
In The Clean Plate, Gwyneth Paltrow turns her attention to simple recipes that are healthy and delicious. Focusing on whole foods and meals that support a range of dietary needs, her recipes are perfect for those looking for no-nonsense ideas for healthy weeknight cooking. The 100+ recipes in this book include such mouthwatering dishes as Turkey Meatball Pho, Butternut Squash tacos, and Chocolate Chia Pudding. She also offers meal planning and cleanse ideas, and health tips for how to create a diet that works for you.
When it comes to home cooking, the most intimidating factor for most people is time: how do you find the time to create delicious meals? Renowned chef Gordon Ramsay provides the answer in his latest cookbook. In Gordan Ramsay Quick and Delicious, he draws on his extensive experience as a chef and restaurant owner to bring the tips and tricks of the trade to the home kitchen. The 100 recipes in this book can all be prepared in 30 minutes or less, with easily available ingredients. Ramsay's accessible, straightforward style will appeal to seasoned and new home cooks alike.
by Ayesha Curry
Ayesha Curry's food career began on YouTube, and since then she has gone on to host her own show on the Food Network. The Full Plate is her first cookbook, brimming with the same enthusiasm and simplicity that have made her shows so popular. Her recipes are geared toward home cooks who lead busy lives; all of them can be prepared in an hour or less. From easy sheet pan dinners such as Sheet Pan Pork chops to luscious desserts like Guava Ginger Ice Cream, these recipes are sure to please the whole family.
by Gia Russo
Mom, actress and entrepreneur SarahMichelle Geller and former Martha Stewart Living editor Gia Russo team up for this collection of recipes that turn cooking into crafting. Stirring Up Fun With Food is the perfect book for anyone who wants to get their kids excited about food—or who simply enjoys the creative side of cooking. Organized by season, the book contains ideas and recipes for 100+ cooking projects that turn basic cooking into something much more exciting. From decorated brownies on sticks to ideas for Star Wars themed food creations, this unique cookbook will have kids and adults alike reveling in the kitchen.
by David Burtka
Actor-turned-chef David Burtka is no stranger to entertaining. In his first cookbook, Life is A Party, he combines a lifetime of experience hosting gatherings of all kinds with his chef's training. The result is a beautiful book that will delight food lovers, cooks, and party hosts alike. If the sound of recipes like Corn Cakes with Bacon Jam, Thyme and Gruyère Popovers, and Charred Peach and Plum Sangria makes you want to run to the kitchen, you're going to want to grab this book. In addition to his array of showstopping recipes, Burtka includes sixteen ideas for party themes, from cozy intimate gatherings to a New Years bash.
Illustrated by Bob Ross
Illustrated by Nicholas Hankins
Have you ever wished for a cookbook inspired by the art and wisdom of Bob Ross? You're in luck! The Bob Ross Cookbook combines Bob Ross's original art with simple recipes you can cook for the whole family. The tone of the book reflects Ross's signature style, applying his thoughtful, meditative approach to cooking. Recipes such as Happy Little Roasted Chicken and Golden Sunset Shrimp Scampi are accompanied by illustrations from a Bob Ross certified painting instructor.
by Nikki Martin
Foreword by Lacey Chabert
Attention all Mean Girls fans! Actor Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels from Mean Girls) has teamed up with celerity chef Nikki Martin to bring you a hilarious parody cookbook inspired by the classic movie. Full of recipes such as Just Stab Cesear Salad and Fetch-uccine Alfredo, you might be laughing so hard you'll have to take a break from cooking. The addition of behind-the-scenes stories from the movie, as well as favorite recipes from Bennett's childhood, make this a cookbook you won't want to miss.