15 Drool Worthy Keto Cookbooks


Looking for truly reliable keto cookbooks with everyday ingredients? Want help coming up with easy keto dinner ideas? Need a few easy keto desserts to keep you on track? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This collection of amazing cookbooks is just what you’ve been looking for!

I am really not a very good salesperson. If All Day I Dream About Food was a commission-based sales business, I’d be the person at the bottom of the heap every time. I’d be barely scraping by and on the verge of getting fired.

I’m not going to lie, even trying to sell my own cookbooks is an issue for me. If I can’t find a way to genuinely talk about them, I find myself cringing away from it. In real life, when someone asks me about them, I get all awkward and weird and I downplay their significance in my life.

Yep, I pretty much suck at sales. I guess the fact that my books have sold well at all is testament to what a great fan base I already have (THANK YOU!) and how popular keto is becoming.

But now I need to get over myself a little and say:

I have some pretty great keto cookbooks!

It’s been a while since I’ve promoted them, to be honest. And I have so many new fans and followers, I figured it was time to get them a shout out again.

I know many of you have purchased one or more of them already and for that, you have my deep gratitude. It sometimes astonishes me that anyone wants to buy a keto cookbook, since you can get so many of my recipes here on this website for free.

But I also recognize the joy of holding something like that in your hand. And to be frank, my publisher, Victory Belt, puts out THE BEST KETO COOKBOOKS! Bar none. They are gorgeous and glossy, with a photo for every recipe and a big visual index at the back. That visual index has been immensely popular with my readers.

So let’s go through them one by one in the order in which they were published. And then I am going to highlight a couple of other great keto cookbooks by some of my favorite authors, so you have lots and lots of choice!

The Everyday Ketogenic Kitchen

The best new ketogenic cookbook!

This is my first and most comprehensive keto cookbook. It’s really more than a cookbook, it’s a guide on how to start and how to maintain the keto lifestyle. And it encourages you to truly embrace it as a lifestyle, rather than a short term diet. Because I believe that’s the key to success. It’s not a quick fix, but it is a healthier way of life.

And the 150+ keto recipes are icing on the cake, as they say. Sugar-free, of course. Everything from breakfast to dessert.

Some fan favourites from this book include:

Slow Cooker Broccoli Cheese Soup

Everything Bagel Crackers

Fathead Cinnamon Rolls

New Mexico Smothered Pork Chops

And one of my personal favourites, Browned Butter Ice Cream!

Top down photo of keto broccoli cheese soup

Easy Keto Dinners

New Keto Cookbook! 50 Easy Keto Dinners

My second book was proposed to me by my publisher as a way to get more fun recipes into the hands of busy keto people, without the hefty price tag of a full length book. It’s been a surprise to me how popular this one is, but upon reflection, I get it. It’s so easy to run out of ideas for quick, healthy and delicious dinners.

The struggle is real! And this book helps solve a problem for many busy families.

Some fan favourites from this book include:

Creamy Pesto Shrimp and Noodles (this is one of my mother’s faves!)

French Onion Pot Roast

Antipasto Caprese Salad

Chicken Enchilada Skillet

Broccoli and Cheddar Quiche

Easy Keto Desserts

Easy Keto Desserts Cookbook Cover

This book is like my baby. You know I love me some keto dessert and this was a fun book for me to work on. Mind you, I had to give a lot of dessert away to friends and neighbours, but I think it may have made me a very popular girl!

These desserts are all easy, straightforward, and they really don’t use many speciality ingredients. And over 50% of the book is dairy-free or dairy-free option!

Some fan favourites from this book include:

Cream Cheese Cookies

Coconut Custard Pie

Lemon Curd Tartlets

Sugar Cookie Bars

Orange Cardamom Bundt Cake

Low Carb Lemon Curd Tartlets with Raspberries

Keto Soups and Stews

Keto Soups and Stews Cookbook Cover

The ultimate collection of keto comfort food. The title says it all, don’t you think???

To be honest, my kids got tired of hearing that dinner was soup, chili, or stew. We were eating it even into the summer! But there are so many great recipes in here, fast and easy, slow cooked and stewed, whatever you might be hungry for.

Again 50% dairy-free!

Some fan favourites from this book include:

Chicken Avocado Lime Soup (this one was a huge hit with my kids!)

Chinese Pork and Cabbage Soup

Instant Pot Chicken Paprikash

Slow Cooker Cheddar Jalapeño Soup

Steak and Bacon Chili

I also included a number of fun things to serve with soup, such as Cheddar and Green Onion Cornbread Muffins. Oh my!

A bowl of keto cheddar jalapeño soup with a spoon

Easy Keto Breakfasts

Easy Keto Breakfasts Cookbook Cover

The last in the “Easy Keto” series (for now, anyway), this book solves the problem of being sick of bacon and eggs. Mind you, there are some recipes that feature bacon and eggs, but I flatter myself that they are a wee bit more creative than the usual.

I like to think outside the box, when it comes to healthy keto breakfast. I have 3 hungry kids and if I don’t make it interesting, I catch some serious flack!

Some fan favourites from this book include:

Maple Baked “Oatmeal” (this is one of my faves too!)

Deep Dish Cream Cheese Pancake

Strawberry Skillet Breakfast Cake

Chile Relleno Breakfast Casserole

Cinnamon Dolce Latte

Top down photo of keto Maple Baked Oatmeal

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You may have heard the rumours that I have one more book coming out, The Ultimate Guide to Keto Baking. It’s true! But as yet, the book doesn’t have a cover so an official announcement will be forthcoming at a later date.

More fantastic Keto Cookbooks!

I get lots and lots (and LOTS) of cookbooks sent to me for review. There are some amazing keto cookbook authors out there and I just want to give my fellow recipe developers some love. Here are 10 of my recent faves…

Southern Keto: Looking for the comfort of Souther classics re-created to be healthy and low carb? Look no further than Natasha Newton’s gorgeous book!

Keto Comfort Foods: Ever since Halle Berry mentioned this book by Maria Emmerich, it’s been off the charts popular! With good reason.

Keto Kids: I got a chance to review this book early and it’s such a fun one! My kids love thumbing through it too. By Sam Dillard of Hey Keto Mama. She knows her kid-friendly food.

Made Whole: By the lovely Christina Curp, this book is for anyone with inflammatory issues. She healed her own body by making the switch to an anti-inflammatory keto diet.

Dairy-Free Keto Cooking: Think dairy-free can’t be delicious and creamy? Think again! This new book by Kyndra Holley is on point for the dairy-free crowd.

Keto For Life: She lives it and breathes it. And my long time friend, Mellissa Sevigny, is a spectacular recipe creator. Practical and delicious!

Ketotarian: Giving this vegetarian, and “mostly plant based” book a little shout out because it’s hard to be meat free and keto!

Naturally Keto: Okay, this one isn’t even out yet but I know Brenda well and I know how hard she worked on this. She’s my girl! And the beloved author of the blog SugarFreeMom.com.

Real Food Keto: Surely we all know who Jimmy Moore is. Did you know that his wife, Christine, is now a licensed Nutritional Therapist? This has tons of great info about how to approach the keto diet and why we eat what what we eat. It’s not technically a cookbook but has plenty of delicious recipes to whet your appetite.

Keto: A Woman’s Guide: This amazing book by Tasha Metcalfe is not a cookbook. But I had to list it because it’s very eye opening. We tend to treat nutrition for men and women as the same, but it simply isn’t. We face very different metabolic issues at all stages of our lives. So tackling this important subject was a passion for Tasha and it shines through!

 

 





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