The Two Spoons Cookbook: More than 100 French-Inspired Vegan Recipes
by Hannah Sunderani
French-inspired vegan recipes worth sharing—and best served with two spoons!
While living in France, Hannah pursued her passion for vegan cooking. Inspired by the food, culture, and burgeoning plant-based scene, her blog, Two Spoons, was born.
In her debut cookbook, Hannah shares over 100 vegan dishes inspired by her time in France and nearby cultures. A stunning collection of recipes made simple for every day and any occasion including:
Breakfast and Brunch: Classic Flaky Croissants, Buttery Brioche, Buckwheat Crepes with Cashew Cream Cheese and Greens
Milks and other Drinks: Golden Turmeric Latte, Chocolat Chaud, Wally’s Chocolate Coffee Freakshake
Sweet Treats, Cakes, and Bites: Sweet Sablés, Cannelés, Chocolate Almond Torte
Appetizers and Nibbles: Herb and Garlic Cheese, Luxurious Baked Brie, Crispy Baked Frites, Super-Seedy Crackers
Soups and Salads: Hearty Moroccan Lentil Soup, Chickpea Salad Niçoise, French Lentil and Walnut Soup
Entrées: Mushroom Bourguignon with Buttery Mashed Potatoes, Summer Rainbow Ratatouille, Balsamic Mushroom Risotto
Darling Desserts: Pear Tarte Tatin, Sweet Cherry Frangipane Tart, Kryptonite Chocolate Lava Cakes
The Two Spoons Cookbook is a show-stopping blend of traditional recipes and trendy plant-based creations that reflect Hannah’s journey as a plant-based foodie in France, including everyday recipes that have made her blog so widely followed. The book also features menu ideas to create brunches, sweet assortments for an afternoon tea party, memorable dinners, and unforgettable charcuterie boards with colourful dips, spreads, finger foods, and fauxmages that all eaters will adore. Whether you are vegan or simply trying to incorporate more plants into your diet, this is a must-have cookbook from a rising food star in the plant-based community.
About the Author: Hannah Sunderani is the creator of the popular blog Two Spoons. She is an editor at the Feedfeed, a contributor to Best of Vegan, and a recipe contributor to Thrive and One Green Planet. Her recipes have also been featured in numerous magazines including Better Homes and Gardens, Simply Gluten-Free, VegNews, House & Home, and Hello! Fashion UK.