The best selling cookbooks of 2019 are on sale on Amazon

These discounted cookbooks feature everything from 15-minute meals to healthy 'fast food', banging brunch dishes and simple hearty meals – oh and lots of vegan recipes. All with 50 per cent off at Amazon...

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Know a budding chef who would love a few cookbooks in their stocking this Christmas? Or fancy expanding your dinner-time horizons to include a few more dishes your family will love? Head to Amazon to save ££s on 2019's best cookbooks – as rated by reviewers who have tried and tested recipes inside. Keep scrolling for our best picks from Amazon's cookbook sale, along with their cheapest prices. 

There are options for everyone including cookbooks by our favourite TV chefs, and recipes to help people trying a new diet. Check them out, then check them out because they will sell faster than you can say "no more beans on toast for tea again"!

For more recipe inspiration, head to our food page to tantalise your taste buds.

Pinch of Nom

Pinch of Nom – Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson | Was £20, now £10
Shedding a few pounds is not easy, especially if you can't cook or hate doing it. Fortunately, these wonderful recipes from restaurant owners and bloggers Kate and Kay teach people how to make easy recipes that fit their weight loss plans.

Rick Stein Secret France cookbook

Secret France – Rick Stein | Was £26, now £13
After finding fame for his fish restaurants, Rick returns to France, the country that inspired his love of food. He shares the recipes that make the cuisine so highly regarded as he tours the regions of France. Buy if you need to add some classics to your dinner party menu.

BISH BASH BOSH

BISH BASH BOSH – Henry Firth and Ian Theasby | Was £20, now £9.99
The second installment from BOSH (AKA Henry Firth and Ian Theasby) features 140 simple recipes that make eating plant-based meals easy. There are the meals that mimic meat (great for recent converts), but also plenty of dishes that celebrate how yummy vegetables can be if you treat them right.

Joe's 30 Minute Meals

Joe's 30 Minute Meals – The Body Coach, Joe Wicks | Was £20, now £9.99
Featuring 100 quick and healthy recipes for those who have little time but often crave healthy meals, this cookbook is written by Britain's best-loved healthy chef, Joe Wicks, and it is currently half price.

Simple cookbook

Simple – Yotam Ottolenghi | Was £25, now £16.14
Not quite half-price but well worth the spend as it saves you time and effort on producing delicious and healthy meals. As the name suggests, this bestselling cookbook is all about simple dishes. Some can be prepped ahead, some use basic pantry ingredients, most take less than 30 minutes – but all of them are incredibly tasty.

The Dirty Dishes

The Dirty Dishes – Isaac Carew | Was £20, now £10.50
Containing 100 fast and delicious recipes to see you through breakfast, lunch or dinner, this cookbook features new takes on classics as well as adventurous yet surprisingly easy recipes. Written by classically trained chef and model Isaac Carew, there's 48 per cent off right now if you're quick.

The 28-Day Vegan Plan

The 28-Day Vegan Plan – Kim Julie Hansen | Was £16.99, now £8.91
Giving Veganuary a try this year? Or know someone else who is? Buy them this cookbook to help ease their body into a plant-based diet. It's a one-month plan written by food writer and blogger Kim-Julie Hansen that includes everything from meal plans to advance prep, shopping lists, recipes and practical advice.

Real Food Kids Will Love

Real Food Kids Will Love – Annabel Karmel| Was £16.99, now £8.41
Know a Mum or Dad whose always struggling to plan kid-friendly meals? This cookbook is the perfect buy for them. Inside you'll find 100+ simple and delicious recipes for toddlers and up. Think: 15-minute meals, healthy 'fast food', lunchbox snacks and easy modern dishes. All with 51 per cent off.

Veg by Jamie Oliver cookbook

Veg – Jamie Oliver | Was £26, now £13
Yes, another veg-based cookbook – but we really should be eating less meat and even meatlover Jamie Oliver has joined the crusade. This isn't a vegetarian cookbook though, it just celebrates yummy vegetables cooked in yummy ways. Think aubergine lasagne and sticky onion tart.

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Annie Collyer

Annie joined the Real Homes team in 2018 as our Deals Editor. Now, as our UK Shopping Editor, she spends much of her time giving advice on what you need to add to your shopping cart. Whether that be a sofa bed for your spare room, accessories to give your space a new lease of life, shiny new appliances for a kitchen or some smart tech for an easier life. She's also our fitness and beauty guru, with hands-on experience with some of the top hair tools and the best home gym equipment around. Otherwise, you can find her rearranging the furniture in her space-savvy London flat, DIYing accessories to fit with her ever-changing colour scheme, or going on long walks with her pug. Next up on her to-renovate list is her bathroom...

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