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Our Favorite Vegetarian Bloggers and Books From Veggie-Loving Cooks

We love sharing vegetarian deliciousness, but there’s even more plant-powered yum all around the internet from some of our favorite friends, new and old. We've got you covered with some of our favorite bloggers (plus their cookbooks!) and their veggie-packed meals we love.

Bowl of veggies!

We love sharing vegetarian deliciousness, but there’s even more plant-powered yum all around the internet from some of our favorite friends, new and old.

And not just the internet, but COOKBOOKS. Remember cookbooks? There's truly nothing more refreshing than cooking from a physical book instead of your phone.

If you don't know where to start, we've got you covered with some of our favorite bloggers (plus their cookbooks!) and their veggie-packed meals we love.

Our Favorite Plant-Loving Bloggers To Follow

Brussels sprouts tacos on plate.

Sweet Potato Soul

Jenné is a plant-based blogger, author, and creator of the best sweet potato tacos around.

Love and Lemons

We love Jeanine’s easy black bean burgers on repeat all summer long. We repeat. ALL SUMMER LONG.

The First Mess

Laura is a whiz at using seasonal vegetables in a fun, fresh, and approachable way.

Avant-Garde Vegan

We can’t help but have fun in the kitchen when we’re making Gaz’s recipes - just so, so playful and creative.

Lazy Cat Kitchen

Is it okay to eat Ania’s vegan peanut butter brownies for breakfast? Asking for ourselves, not a friend.

Evergreen Kitchen

Oh my oh my oh my! Anguel and Bri are just everything the world needs when it comes to really good, everyday vegetarian eating.

Jessica in the Kitchen

Here us out. Jessica’s vegan cream cheese frosting...on seriously anything. SO GOOD.

Cookie and Kate

We don’t know what we’re swooning over more - Kate’s Thai red curry with vegetables or all the pictures of her pup, Cookie.

Our Favorite Vegetarian and Vegan Cookbooks To Always Have On Hand

A photo of love real food book by Kathryne Taylor.

Chloe Flavor

So many bright, zippy, fun flavors from Chef Chloe - even our Brussels Sprouts Tacos (pictured above) were inspired by this cookbook.

Fresh India

Meera makes eating modern Indian meals just so, so vibrant and flavorful. One of our favorites!

Isa Does It

Isa’s fresh, easy-to-prepare meals make us feel fancy with such unfussy recipes. Our type of eating!

Rachel Ama's Vegan Eats

Rachel is a pro at showing how to put together simple, plant-based yum inspired by her Caribbean and West African roots. So, so delicious!

Ottolenghi Flavor

Yotam and Ixta level up your average vegetarian meal to be a WOWEE I NEED type of situation and we’re here for it.

Cool Beans

We wayyy underestimated the power of the magical bean until Joe’s book came into our lives. Hi hello, paella made with chickpeas.

Deliciously Ella Quick & Easy: Plant-based Deliciousness

Ella is a queen at bringing together big, healthy flavors without all the time in the kitchen. Looking at you, jackfruit curry!

Vegan Soul Food

Nadira reminds us that sometimes eating plant-based looks like enjoying Cajun Corn Chowder and sometimes it means diving into Peaches and Cream French Toast. YES YES YES!


Three cheers for feel-good food! 🎉🎉🎉

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  1. Skillful Cook Logo

    Smitten Kitchen is my main go to for vegetarian dishes. Although she isn’t vegetarian/vegan, she used to be (before she married, I think?) and does have many vegetarian dishes listed.

    What I love about her was that she teaches rather than just lists ingredients. She shows you how that amazing butternut squash galette with carmelized onions you just made with her could be changed up depending on what’s in season and what’s in your fridge right now.

  2. Skillful Cook Logo

    I just found out that there is animal rennet in cheese and wine……what cheeses can I buy without animal rennet?