This is a sponsored post on vegetarian cookbooks, in association with The Works.

I love a good vegetarian cookbook.  The other day I spent a good child-free hour perusing cookbooks in my local bookshop.  Unfortunately, my wallet wasn’t feeling the love, with the average price of a cookbook being around £25.  We’ve got a lot of work to do on our house right now, and £25 is a bit steep for me and my working mum budget at the moment.

Budget-Friendly Vegetarian Cookbook Options

Step forward The Works.  I always forget that The Works has a fantastic selection of vegetarian cookbooks (and vegan ones too) at really good value prices.

Under £5

I found a slew of good looking vegetarian cookbooks all available from The Works. These budget-friendly cookbooks all come in at under £5:

vegetarian cookbooks

150 Vegetarian Recipes by Love Food is only £3.99, as is Vegetarian by Pippa Cuthbert and Lindsay Cameron Wilson.  So much recipe inspiration!  And for vegans, I also found Keep It Vegan by Aine Carlin for only £4.99. I have this one and am obsessed with her vegan macaroni cheese recipe made with butternut squash.  You could buy all three books and still have change from £15!

Under £15

Upping the budget slightly I found some good budget-friendly cookbooks. These ones all come in at under £14.99:

best vegetarian cookbooks

The Meat Free Monday Cookbook is £6.99, The Ultimate Vegetarian Cookbook by Rose Elliot is £7.99, Vegetarian by Alice Hart £12.99, and The Vegetarian Pantry by Jane Montgomery is £14.99.

I’ve particularly got my eye on The Meat Free Monday Cookbook. I follow along with Meat Free Monday on social media and all of the recipes they post look delicious!

Currently, you can also get 5% off advertised prices on selected lines at The Works, and free delivery on orders over £20 with the voucher code ‘SUMMER5‘.

What are your favourite vegetarian cookbooks?

PS: from my vegetarian archives: 15 things you’ve always wanted to ask a vegetarian (but were afraid to ask) and kitchen staples for vegetarians.

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