Are you a lover of all things food? Do you enjoy discovering new recipes and putting your own spin on them? Then you’re going to want to check out our Mini Cookbooks Collection!
This collection includes a variety of cookbooks, each with its own unique theme and set of recipes. Whether you’re in the mood for healthy meals, quick and easy dinners, or indulgent desserts, we’ve got you covered.
Each mini cookbook is packed with delicious recipes that are easy to follow and sure to impress. So why not take your cooking game to the next level with our Mini Cookbooks Collection?
I have written many times here at Beautiful You about food, but I’ve never cooked anything for you all. Until today. It’s probably long overdue considering I talk so much about the development of a healthy relationship with food and our body.
Mini Cookbooks Collection
The inspiration has come from being selected to be part of a group of bloggers to tell you all about the Mini Cookbooks Collection that are currently available for just $2.00 each with the Daily Telegraph. It astounds me to think that by collecting each of these recipe books by incredible chefs such as Toby Puttock, Jamie Oliver, Donna Hay and Maggie Beer you will have over 350 recipes for an incredible price. Amazing!
The recipe book I have been most inspired by is Stephanie Alexander’s Kitchen Companion. I adore Stephanie’s philosophy towards food: seasonal, fresh, organic, natural and prepared with love. I particularly love that through the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation she is inspiring children Australia wide to develop a true, lasting and positive relationship with food.
Inspired by Stephanie’s simple but beautiful recipes I cooked her ‘Berry Crumble.’ The recipe was incredibly simple. I mean it! (Is this where I confess that it is actually my husband that does most of the cooking in our household? He does – and I’m very grateful) Sometimes though it is the simplest of recipes, using the freshest of ingredients that taste the best. And that was certainly the case here.
The making of the crumble was an easy four step process: mixing some berries and sugar, combining dry ingredients and butter for the crumble, baking for 15 minutes…and eating. It was absolutely delicious, especially with a small dollop of cream. I especially loved how the hot berries bubbled up over the crumble mixture making it look perfectly imperfect. The recipe is also so straight forward it could easily be done by a child with your help, making it a wonderful thing for you to do together.
I absolutely love all of the recipe books in the Mini Cookbooks Collection. Recipe books are so expensive these days and this is everyone’s chance to have some inspiration from the best chef’s in the country for a very small price. It’s all part of Food Month, running from May 8th until June 2nd and I think it’s a great way to inject some inspiration into your cooking repertoire.
Have you already purchased one of these great cookbooks Beautiful You? If so, which ones have you cooking up a storm? Do you have a favourite chef from the collection; maybe Jamie and his ‘revolutionary’ recipes or George and Gary’s ‘masterful’ concoctions? What about your recipe for fruit crumble? What’s your secret ingredient? Don’t tell anyone (shhhh) but Stephanie’s secret ingredient for this crumble is…(ta da!)…ginger.
If you’re looking for new recipes to try out in the kitchen, our mini cookbook collection is the perfect solution. With a variety of cuisines and dishes to choose from, there’s something for everyone. From appetizers to desserts, our mini cookbooks are packed with delicious and easy-to-follow recipes that will impress your family and friends. If you try out any of our recipes, be sure to let us know in the comments which ones were your favorite! We love hearing from our readers and can’t wait to see what you create in your own kitchen. Happy cooking!
Frequently Asked Questions
How many recipes in a mini cookbook?
A cookbook should typically contain between 70 and 100 recipes, although bigger collections typically have at least 200. Consider carefully how many people you want to include.
How to make a mini cook book?
1. Gather and take pictures.
2. Select a book.
3. Affix a name to it. image by megleonardco.
4. Write a welcome note.
5. Consider Your Format.
6. Put the recipes there.
7. Insert the Filling.
8. Share and Print.
What is the useful of a cook book?
Cookbooks teach readers about the value and fun of cooking while allowing us to explore these customs and culture.