A good cookbook is something that can be hard to come by. Especially when there are tons of them for every different diet you can imagine, not to mention some even dedicated to specific foods and meals.

 

Despite its existence years back, the ketogenic diet is still a relatively new thing in the health world, which means you’d think keto cookbooks aren’t plentiful. Wrong. When it comes down to keto cookbooks, there are quite a few to choose from, so how do you know which is good?

 

If you’re currently transitioning to keto, check out article on why we recommend it here. In the meantime, we’re giving you three of our favourite books that are worth investing in.

 

  1. The Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook

 

From new York Times best-selling author Mark Sisson, the Keto Reset cookbook gives you 75 easy and delicious recipes made specifically for the Instant Pot. With keto basics like eggs and bone broth to more creative dishes like garlicky mussels or lemon cheesecake, Sisson’s book will become your new go-to for pressure cooker recipes. Free of added sugars, processed grains and refined oils, each recipe offered aligns with the foundations of keto eating to get your metabolism revved up and your health back on track.

 

Key features:

    • 75 quick and easy keto Instant Pot recipes
    • Clean, wholesome ingredients
    • Balanced approach to keto

 

Downsides:

    • Includes several basic recipes
    • Some difficult to find ingredients
    • No nutritional information provided for recipes

 

What customers say:

    • Great diversity of dishes
    • Delicious recipes even if you don’t follow keto
    • Recipes are clearly written
    • Cooking directions are very clear and easy to understand

 

2. Made Whole

 

Published by author of food and wellness blog The Castaway Kitchen, Christina Curp brings out a comprehensive cookbook and resource guide that combines both the ketogenic and paleo approach to eating. With delicious recipes, each one is free of common intolerances and allergens and is suitable for a variety of eating styles including keto, paleo, low-carb, and AIP.

 

Key features:

    • International cuisine recipes
    • All recipes are free of grain, gluten, sugar, and dairy
    • Avoids common allergens (nuts, starches, nightshades, alcohol)
    • Caters to keto, paleo, AIP, and low-carb
    • User-friendly guide

 

Downsides:

    • Some ingredients may be difficult to find

 

What customers say:

    • Great job of making the keto diet nourishing through whole foods
    • Book is an absolute masterpiece
    • Innovative approach to recipes with clean ingredients to nourish the body inside and out
    • Recipes are easy to follow
    • Good, tasty, wholesome dishes

 

3. The Keto Diet: The Complete Guide to a High-Fat Diet

 

Leanne Vogel, the author of the popular blog Healthful Pursuit, brings out an amazing keto cookbook that helps readers achieve health, healing, weight-loss, and happiness through adopting a ketogenic approach to eating. Whereas many other books cater to the one-size-fits-all principle, Leanne provides an approach that is unique and customizable for the needs of every individual. But this book is more than just your average cookbook. Not only does it provide a ton of delicious mouth-watering recipes, but it also gives you a whole slew of practical advice and information on transitioning to keto.

 

Key features:

    • 125 whole-food recipes to burn body fat
    • 28-day meal plan of keto recipes
    • Practical tools to make transitioning easy
    • Grocery shopping guides
    • Food sensitivity replacement charts

 

Downsides:

    • Recipes for “traditional” dishes may not appeal to all
    • Dairy-free keto recipes
    • Some difficult to find ingredients

 

What customers say:

    • Great for answering questions about keto
    • Inexpensive
    • Information is well researched and very useful
    • “This book has become my bible”
    • Great resource book

 

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