I’m a sucker for a good cookbook!! I have so many that I think if I brought home one more cookbook, my husband may kill me =) Here are some of my favorites. I love finding great recipes that are either clean or can easily be cleaned up. Here are a few of my favorites that help with night time snacking.
Midnight Munchies: More Than 60 Quick-Fix Snacks
~ Diane Morgan, Peter Medilek ~
Late-night snacking comes to most of us at one time or another. With this great little book you’ll find more than 60 recipes to satisfy that craving. Enjoy new tastes with recipes like Pop and Crackle Roasted Pumpkin and Sunflower Seeds, an Ultimate Fluffer-Nutter Sandwich. Get your late night munchies satisfied with this wonderful little book.
Midnight Snacks: 150 Easy and Enticing Alternatives to Standing by the Freezer Eating Ice Cream from the Carton
~ Michael J. Rosen ~
I admit I bought this for the title! This book’s got something for everyone who reaches for the refrigerator door in the midnight hour. Most of the snacks can be made in 15 minutes.
The Ultimate Healthy Snacks List including Healthy Snacks for Adults and Healthy Snacks for Kids
~ C Elias ~
I love the great snack ideas. Many combos that I wouldn’t have come up with. You’ll find recipes for many groups, including weight watchers, kids, adults, and health-conscious folks. This book ensures you’ll never have to settle for boring, unhealthy choices for nighttime snacks again. Fruits, vegetables, smoothies, sandwiches, and gluten-free choices are included.
Salty Snacks: Make Your Own Chips, Crisps, Crackers, Pretzels, Dips, and Other Savory Bites
~ Cynthia Nims ~
I know that many of clients struggle with the salty savory snacks. This book nails it. If you’re craving something savory or salty, take a look at this great collection of 75 recipes for chips, crackers, puffs, nuts, breads, and more healthy snacks to satisfy your cravings late at night – or any time. Homemade snack recipes you’ll love to make include Carrot and Parsnip Chips, Fennel and Orange Crackers, and Stilton and Walnut Pinwheels. You’ll appreciate these healthier treats especially when the late-night hunger pangs strike. Enjoy creating and eating some delightful salty snacks that’ll keep you out of the junk food isles at the grocery store.
Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk
~ Lara Ferroni ~
We all remember childhood when we could eat whatever we wanted. This book gives you all the fun of childhood treats without all the preservatives. Snack on a healthier homemade version of toaster pastries, ice cream sandwiches, and a host of other decadent treats made with wholesome ingredients.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Glycemic Index Snacks
~ Lucy Beale ~
You’ll find 200 delicious snacks and small meals that have low glycemic ratings, allowing you to fill your stomach with something that’s satisfying to taste and easy to digest. Vegetarian dishes are included as well, with meatless alternatives like Vegetable Curry, Greek Salad Wraps, and hearty salads with a variety of ingredients.
The Wholesome Junk Food Cookbook: More Than 100 Healthy Recipes for Everyday Snacking
~ Laura Trice, MD ~
This book teaches you how to make delicious healthier snacks right at home. You’re sure to find some great suggestions within the pages of this great resource the recipes in this book are tasty, accessible and are on the healthier side.
Muffin Tin Chef: 101 Savory Snacks, Adorable Appetizers, Enticing Entrees and Delicious Desserts
~ Matt Kadey ~
I’m a sucker for a good muffin. This book is riddled with sweet, savory and salty pieces of goodness.
Leave a comment below and let me which one of these books are your favorites and which one recipes did you try.