Cadbury Launches A Creme Egg Cookbook And The Recipes Look InsaneDelish19 March 2020, 10:33 UTCPlus, all the other amazing new cookbooks!From DelishCadbury Launches A Creme Egg Cookbook And The Recipes Look InsaneWho doesn't love a good cookbook? Especially a brand-new one that's set to become a staple in your kitchen. This year we’ve already seen so many amazing cookbook drops and we are totally ready for some more. Check out our cookbook roundup for a look at what’s in the pipeline. 1) Cadbury Creme Egg; Cadbury, Martha Collinson, Georgia Green - Best CookbooksRelease: March 2020 For this cookbook, Cadbury teamed up with Great British Bake-Off star, Martha Collinson and Cake Designer, Georgia Green to contribute and create a bunch of delicious Creme Egg inspired treats. From Creme Egg banana pavlova to millionaires shortbread, these recipes look insanely tasty!BUY NOW Creme Egg Cookbook, amazon.co.uk2) Life Kitchen; Ryan Riley - Best CookbooksRelease: 5 March 2020 In this new cookbook, founder of Life Kitchen - Ryan Riley, shares his flavourful recipes that bring back the pleasure and happiness that comes with eating good food for those living with cancer. Ryan launched Life Kitchen in 2017, having cared and cooked for his late mother, he wanted to share his recipes with other people whose sense of taste was affected by cancer treatments. PRE-ORDER Life Kitchen, amazon.co.ukScroll to continue with contentAd3) Table Manners: The Cookbook; Jessie Ware and Lennie Ware - Best New CookbooksRelease: 5 March 2020Mum and daughter duo (and hosts of podcast Table Manners), Jessie and Lennie bring their recipes to life in their first-ever cookbook. Delicious, easy dishes designed for busy people.PRE-ORDER Table Manners, amazon.co.uk4) The Pastry School; Julie Jones - Best CookbooksRelease: 5 March 2020A beautiful cookbook filled to the brim with recipes that celebrate all things pastry. From tarts to pies, savoury sharing dishes to sweet bites, Julie's second book takes you through pastry making in easy step-by-step guides.PRE-ORDER The Pastry School, amazon.co.uk5) The Curry Guy Light; Dan Toombs - Best CookbooksRelease: 5 March 2020Indian recipes that are lower in carbs, fat and salt but don't compromise on flavour, proving that you can make your favourite dishes that are lower in calories.PRE-ORDER The Curry Guy Light, amazon.co.uk 6) The Batch Lady: Shop Once. Cook Once. Eat Well All Week; Suzanne MulhollandRelease: 5 March 2020In need of some batch cooking inspo? This might be for you. Not just full of easy meal-prep, batch ideas, Suzanne's book also contains planners, helpful lists and time-saving tips to cut down on time, AND money.PRE-ORDER The Batch Lady, amazon.co.uk7) Islands to Highlands; James Martin - Best CookbooksRelease: 19 March 2020Celebrating the unique food of the British Isles, James travels around the UK, cooking and eating everywhere from Cornwall to Shetland, and everything in between. PRE-ORDER Islands to Highlands, amazon.co.uk8) Quick & Easy Plant-Based Deliciousness; Ella Mills - Best CookbooksRelease: 14 May 2020Queen of Wellness Deliciously Ella is back with another cookbook, this time over 100 vegan recipes, designed to make plant-based living as simple as possibly. There's even a section for 10-minute and 20-minute meals for those short on time. Result!PRE-ORDER Quick & Easy, amazon.co.uk9) The Happy Pear; David and Stephen Flynn - Best CookbooksRelease: 9 July 2020Chefs Dave and Steve Flynn have been plant-based cooking for over 20 years, and this new book is their encyclopaedic knowledge all-in-one. This cookbook includes recipes, to step-by-step guides and top tips to cooking and eating. PRE-ORDER The Happy Pear, amazon.co.uk10) Dumplings and Noodles; Pippa Middlehurst - Best CookbooksRelease: 20 August 2020BBQ pork baos, chilli oil wontons, steaming bowls of miso ramen - you name it, this book has it. Pippa's love for Asian cuisine lies in the pages of her debut cookbook, celebrating Japanese, Chinese and Taiwanese, and how to make these dishes at home.PRE-ORDER Dumplings and Noodles, amazon.co.uk11) One; Anna Jones - Best CookbooksRelease: 3 September 2020Award-winning cookbook author Anna Jones is back, with a cookbook this time that focuses on quick, sustainable eating. Full of over 150 recipes for quick one-pan dishes, and one-tray suppers, along with tips to reduce waste, use leftovers and make your own kitchen plastic-free. PRE-ORDER One, amazon.co.uk12) The Hairy Bikers': One Pot Wonders; Si King and Dave Myers - Best CookbooksYou had me at ‘hairy’. Si and Dave are back and oh haven’t we missed them. This book genuinely has it all, satisfying soups, terrific tray bakes, pies and pot roasts, and even some yummy puds. They seriously know what they’re talking about.BUY NOW The Hairy Bikers': One Pot Wonders, amazon.co.uk13) Rick Stein's Secret France; Rick Stein - Best New CookbooksRick Stein returns with an all-new cookbook making us fall head over heels in love with French food all over again.BUY NOW Rick Stein's Secret France, amazon.co.uk 14) Binging With Babish; Andrew Rea - Best New CookbooksYou’ve heard of Binging with Babish the YouTube channel, but are you familiar with the brand-new cookbook? It was bound to happen, Andrew was always going to have to come up with something special and he has. A hot new cookbook is soon to be released delving into all the TV and Film food favourites. You should really take a look this.BUY NOW Binging With Babish, amazon.co.uk 15) Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking; Maangchi and Martha Rose Schulman - Best New CookbooksNever been able to find a good Korean cookbook? Well you’re in luck. Maangchi has created a cookbook that explores every inch of Korean cooking packed full of recipes she has perfected herself! From trusty everyday meals to tasty celebration cuisines, this book has it all.BUY NOW Maangchi's Big Book of Korean Cooking, amazon.co.uk16) nothing fancy; Alison Roman - Best New CookbooksNothing fancy? Sounds good to me. I hate the fuss when it comes to hosting dinner for people. I want to be able to impress without the stress, so this cookbook sounds perf. Simple, as it comes, yummy foods that don’t cost an arm and a leg to make.BUY NOW nothing fancy, amazon.co.uk17) Delish Insane Sweets; Delish Editors - Best New CookbooksHow could we not include this gem?! This book will be jam-packed with exciting ideas for sweet-treats with over 100 recipes. Put it in the calendar, 1 November 2019 ;). You seriously do not want to miss this.BUY NOWDelish Insane Sweets, amazon.co.uk18) Black Axe Mangal; Lee Tiernan - Best New CookbooksA cookbook to compliment the HUGELY popular London-based restaurant, Black Axe Mangal celebrates open-fire cooking, underused ingredients and bold flavours. Think Pig's Cheek and Prune Doughnuts and Squid Ink Flatbreads.BUY NOW Black Axe Mangal, amazon.co.uk19) Pinch of Nom Everyday Light; Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson - Best New CookbooksThe second edition to the popular Pinch Of Nom series, this cookbook's recipes are all under 400 calories. From fish and chips to hash brown breakfasts, there's something for everyone.PRE-ORDER NOW Pinch of Nom Everyday Light, Amazon20) Lose Weight & Get Fit; Tom Kerridge - Best New CookbooksFollowing on from Kerridge's No.1 bestseller Lose Weight for Good, he has returned with another cookbook, showing you how to shed those pounds and kick-start a much more actual lifestyle still benefiting for amazing maximum taste with low calories. Yes please! 21) BOSH! Healthy Vegan; Henry Firth and Ian Theasby - Best New CookbooksWith 80 delicious, plant-based recipes and nourishing meal plans the Bosh! boys are back to help you stay on track whatever your healthy eating goal.PRE-ORDER NOW Amazon22) Vegan (ish); Jack Monroe - Best New CookbooksSimple, affordable, vegan dishes that'll help you put more plant power into your cooking.PRE-ORDER NOW Amazon23) Rebel Recipes; Niki Webster - Best New Cookbooks'Maximum flavour, minimum fuss', just how I like it. Niki Websters new cookbook will introduce vegan recipes bound to inspire you to get cooking some delicious plant-based food. Think spicy Indian crepes, baked aubergine with cashew cheese and pesto, sweet potato, cauliflower and peanut stew and chocolate cherry espresso pots. Er...yum!24) The Botanical Kitchen; Elly McCausland - Best New CookbooksRelease: 19 March 2020 This ones for you botanical-loving babies out there. Expect a guide through cooking using powerful ingredients gifted to us by the planet. This cookbook also looks at the culinary history of cooking with botanicals. 25) Coconut & Sambal; Lara Lee - Best New CookbooksRelease: 14 May 2020 This cookbook is full of "vibrant and authentic recipes from the bountiful islands of Indonesia." Chef, Lara Lee, traces back to her Indonesian family rooms and shares more that 80 impressive recipes. Using completely accessible ingredients and simple techniques, this cookbook would suit anyone looking to venture into Indonesian cuisine.