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These Celebrity Cookbooks Deserve A Spot In Your Kitchen

The best recipes are those that the older generation and the one before them passed down to us. That’s why no modern restaurant can beat the taste of your grandma’s Sunday sauce. However, a recent change in the kitchen has shifted toward more healthy recipes. Celebrity cookbooks even make it even more interesting for you to try out different recipes. Here are the celebrity cookbooks worth buying.

“True Roots” by Kristin Cavallari

You probably remember Kristin Cavallari as the CEO and founder of Uncommon James. She released the cookbook “True Roots: A Mindful Kitchen With More Than 100 Recipes Free of Gluten, Dairy, and Refined Sugar.” It is one of the most famous health-centric cookbooks.

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Kristin shares more healthy alternatives to classic ingredients. Released in April 2018, the book has been a success, even getting into the New York Times Bestsellers list. From the nachos to guacamole, the recipes are worth trying. 

“The Clean Plate” by Gwyneth Paltrow

If you’re a Gwyneth fan, you’ll know she loves an all-natural vibe. The Oscar-winning actress has a health advocacy brand, Goop. A few years ago, she released her fourth cookbook, “The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal.” Of course, it is also based on health advocacy.

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Released in January 2019, her cookbook also includes detox options, cleanses, and healthy meal plans. On “Good Morning America,” she cooked one of the delicacies in the cookbook– the teriyaki bowl.

“From Crook to Cook” by Snoop Dogg

As Snoop Dogg’s friendship with Martha Stewart got to light, one thing we didn’t expect was him delving into culinary arts. However, when they premiered “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Party Challenge” in 2016, it was excellent. So, the book was an anticipated success.

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Together with Martha Stewart and Ryan Ford, Snoop released “From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen” in October 2018. His wings recipe became famous as the most juicy wings on the internet.

“Food for Life” by Laila Ali

This cookbook was a pleasant, unexpected surprise. Everyone knows Laila Ali to be an outstanding boxer, who bagged an undefeated 24-0-0 record in the ring. Many were shocked when the athlete wrote a recipe book.

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However, she is a natural in the kitchen. Her debut cookbook, “Food for Life: Delicious & Healthy Comfort Food from My Table to Yours!” was released in 2018. She made her lamb chop and quinoa recipe with Steve Harvey.

“The Full Plate” by Ayesha Curry

Since her debut cookbook, “The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well,” in 2016, we’ve known Ayesha Curry is a force to reckon with. The wife of championship-winning baller Stephen Curry and mother of three surely knows her onions.

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Ayesha released her cookbook, “The Full Plate: Flavor-Filled, Easy Recipes for Families with No Time and a Lot to Do”, in 2020. The recipes are as delicious as promised. Interestingly, Stephen Curry’s nickname, Chef Curry, suits his wife even more.

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