If you love these leading ladies on the big screen or concert stage (or even on television or Instagram), just wait until you check out the delicious recipes from their very own cookbooks, from Reese Witherspoon, whose book also includes lots of southern traditions and delights, to Martina McBride, whose skills in the kitchen just might match her voice. You’ll definitely enjoy checking out any of these gorgeous cookbooks—and cooking from them, of course—and there’s no better time than Women’s History Month to indulge.
Not only is this book absolutely gorgeous, it contains delicious recipes that will have you ready to hop on a plane to Tennessee! Witherspoon shares recipes and stories that are near and dear to her heart—as well as life lessons that she learned while growing up in the south.Buy Now
Chrissy Teigen’s second cookbook is truly just as good as the first one. Teigen considers these books her “edible diaries.” She includes comforting recipes, as well as stories about parenthood and finding healing through food, all of which will leave you—you guessed it—hungry for more.Buy Now
What’s that? You didn’t read Chrissy Teigen’s first cookbook, which was released in 2016? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Teigen debuted this book, which features Thai classics from her mom, as well as fun recipes that are staples around her own home. Believe us, they’ll leave you ready to hit the kitchen.Buy Now
Of course you’re familiar with Joanna Gaines’ decorating skills, but you haven’t truly lived until you’ve tasted her fried chicken with sticky poppy seed jam. The recipes in this cookbook are from Chip and Joanna’s Waco restaurant, Magnolia Table, and will leave you ready to cook up a taste of Texas in your own home. (Get Joanna’s Peach Caprese Salad recipe from the book.)Buy Now
She may be a country music icon, but she definitely knows her way around the kitchen. In her latest cookbook, McBride shares tasty recipes that she’s gathered from her childhood in Kansas, all the way through her booming music career. She shares her mother-in-law’s deviled egg recipe alongside her husband’s bacon-wrapped olives. Turn up the radio and start cooking!Buy Now
“Oh Gussie!: Cooking and Visiting in Kimberly’s Southern Kitchen” by Kimberly Schlapman, $16.71 on Amazon
Kimberly Schlapman of the country group Little Big Town released this cookbook in 2015 and totally won our hearts. The Georgia native also has her own cooking show on the Cooking Network called “Kimberly’s Simply Southern.” She shares delectable recipes for sticky cinnamon buns, peach salsa, and even banana pudding.Buy Now
The west coast host of the “Today Show” shares some of her family favorites in her first cookbook—and they’re absolutely delicious. The host lived around the world as a child, and it’s reflected in her cooking with recipes like chimichurri soy steak and sweet and spicy slow roasted pork.Buy Now
The host of the Cooking Channel show “Dinner at Tiffani’s” takes her readers through her family’s favorite dishes. While she has delicious recipes no matter what meal you’re looking for, we’re loving the star’s dessert options, which include boozy milkshakes and a cream cheese pie that is to die for!Buy Now
Trisha Yearwood brings just as much character and heart into the kitchen as she does to the stage. The country music star shares her household favorites, including chocolate chip cookie dough balls and snappy-pear cranberry crumble; as well as lighter options like dairy-free angel hair pasta with avocado pesto. The country star really does embrace balance—and she’ll have you doing the same.Buy Now
For a full multimedia experience, check out our favorite food shows on Netflix and Hulu too. And if you like to listen up, see our list of the best food podcasts. If you’re looking for more books, check out the weirdest celebrity cookbooks we can’t look away from, and contemporary cookbooks by women that should be on your shelf.
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