The ultimate cookbook gift guide for the holiday season. PLUS, a cookbook giveaway (7 cookbooks!!) for one lucky winner!
I’m so excited to share this gift guide with you today. It’s full of cookbooks I love by bloggers I admire AND one lucky winner is getting a copy of every.single.one. That’s right, the winner gets SEVEN brand new cookbooks. How’s that for spreading the holiday spirit? Check out the list below for ideas for your brother, girlfriend, secret santa, whoever. Cookbooks and delicious food for everyone!
Dessert for Two: Small Batch Cookies, Brownies, Pies and Cakes by Christina Lane
Christina has been my friend for a few years now so it’s been especially wonderful to see the success BOTH of her cookbooks. Her first cookbook, Dessert for Two, is a great go-to for those days when you have a sweet tooth but don’t want to go too crazy. You can find the recipe for her small batch chocolate chip cookies here.
If you’ve visited her blog, it’s quite that Rosie is incredibly talented. I’ve been following her creations for years and was very excited when the Sweetapolita Bakebook was available. There are so many recipes I’ve bookmarked to make. The funfetti cupcakes were a massive hit at L’s birthday party. BONUS: Rosie offered to send a signed cookbook to the winner!
I absolutely adore Heather. You can just tell from her blog that she is a good person. What I admire most about her is the true artistry behind all of her creations. Everything is so beautifully put together in appearance as well as flavors and textures. Her second cookbook, Sea Salt Sweet excited me because of my obsession with sweet and salty desserts. I’ve bookmarked several items to make in the near future!
Miriam’s cookbook has a vast selection of sweet treats in her cookbook. From these oatmeal cookie wedges, to the fruity pebble cookies, there’s something for everyone. Most recipes also have dairy-free options making them perfect for someone with a dairy allergy or who might keep Kosher.
Jennifer’s cookbook is a great creative use of pantry ingredients. There are so many dessert variations she has for you with a basic few and then even more when you add one, two, three, four or five more ingredients to that list. I still think about the peanut butter snack cake I made a couple of months ago.
There’s nothing more comforting than baking something simple that tastes so good. Stephanie’s e-book has a variety of recipes just like that. From no-yeast cinnamon rolls to triple chocolate buttermilk bread, her cookbook has a lot to offer. And if you’ve been to her blog, you know that the photos will be beautiful and the recipes delicious.
Dinner for Two: Easy and Innovative Recipes for One, Two, or a Few by Julie Wampler
I had to throw one savory cookbook into the mix! And lucky for me, Julie was smart enough to include some sweet breakfast for dinner options as well. This cookbook is perfect for weeknight cooking at home. Her pancakes were a big hit in our house!
Each of the above authors (and /or their publishers) is generously offering one reader a copy of their cookbook. Use the widget below to enter by Friday December 11th noon est. Open for delivery in the United States only.
Disclaimer: This is NOT a sponsored post. However, the cookbook authors and and publishers have generously agreed to share copies of the cookbooks with a select winner. I did receive some cookbooks in the mail to review and some were purchases with my own money. All thoughts are my own. This post does contain affiliate links.