Do you ever get stuck for ideas for easy or healthy dinners, breakfasts or snacks? I am so excited to share with you a FREE downloadable e-book full of easy and nutritious recipes (with plenty of vegetarian options) that I hope will help to inspire you to get into the kitchen and cook yourself a healthy meal.
The Wellbeing Cookbook has been a project I have been working on since January this year, in an effort to inspire other students to get into the kitchen and eat healthily on a student budget. It came about as a part of our university Wellbeing program with funding provided by Garnier as a part of their ambassador project.
After scouring my blog for old recipes and photos, compiling recipes from other students and some very generous food blogger contributors we had a pretty decent collection of recipes together. What I didn’t realise was the huge amount of work and editing that goes into editing (and re-editing) and layout/design (although I did have plenty of help from some amazing people). It gave me an even greater admiration for people who manage to write and release a cookbook, and made me realise even further the value of good recipes. Some serious time and energy gets put into a project like this, but it was all worth it to see the final result and to hear that people have been cooking from it!
I am so happy to be able to share the final product with you, and I hope that you get a chance to try some of the recipes and enjoy the result! I would love to hear about your successes (and any challenges) in the comments.
To view the cookbook online: Follow this link
If you would like to download it for use on your computer or ipad: Download the WELLBEING COOKBOOK
A huge thank you to the bloggers who have kindly allowed us to reproduce their work:
My New Roots | mynewroots.blogspot.com.au
The Spring | www.thespringblog.com
Such Different Skies | www.suchdifferentskies.com
Healthy Vegetarian Food | www.healthyvegetarianfood.com