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Healthy New Cookbooks to Start Your New Year

The New Year sparks a renewed energy around creating and maintaining new, healthy habits for you and your family – and there’s no better place to start than in your kitchen. We’ve got a list of our favorite simple, scrumptious and healthy cookbooks to try out this year. 

Smart Meal Prep for Beginners Toby Amidor healthy cookbook

Smart Meal Prep for Beginners
By Toby Amidor

We’ve all heard it: planning and prepping meals in advance saves time, energy, and fast food pitfalls. But it can also be intimidating. This book is foolproof with weekly plans and healthy, ready-to-go meals to get you through your busy week from recipes to tools and processes.

The New American Heart Association Cookbook healthy cookbook

The New American Heart Association Cookbook
By The American Heart Association

The American Heart Association, a trusted OhioHealth partner, offers up 800 heart healthy recipes and strategies to cut saturated fat and cholesterol. A new staple cookbook for every American household!

Skinnytaste Fast and Slow Gina Homolka healthy cookbook

Skinnytaste Fast & Slow
By Gina Homolka

Want to eat healthy without compromising taste? Our favorite pick for slow-cooker and 30 minutes or less recipes that are easy, tasty and convenient from Korean-style beef tacos to cauliflower “fried” rice.

Healthyish Lindsay Maitland Hunt healthy cookbook

By Lindsay Maitland Hunt

Focused on balanced eating for every meal of the day across 131 recipes with ingredients that are easy to find, affordable and full of flavor.

Eat Happy Anna Vocino healthy cookbook

Eat Happy
By Anna Nocino

Do you want to live to eat or eat to live? For those that need to keep autoimmune issues at bay, or are striving for gluten-free, low-carb recipes, Eat Happy offers 150 step-by-step recipes to help you eat well for a more joyful life.

The Part-Time Vegetarian Nicola Graimes healthy cookbook

The Part-Time Vegetarian
By Nicola Graimes

Research increasingly suggests that vegetarian diets have significant health benefits and also are more economical as meat and seafood is more expensive. If you like the idea of eating like a vegetarian, but desire fish and a burger occasionally, this is a read for you! The recipes are all vegetarian based but could be adapted for the non-vegetarians in your family.


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