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‘Tis the season for game day eats, a pillowcase full of candy, creamy bowls of mac and cheese, and a turkey leg with pumpkin pie. With all the football watch parties, cool nights, and food-centric holidays happening this fall, it’s hard to stay inspired to eat clean. That’s why healthy cookbooks focused on fall meals can be the perfect source of inspiration to keep you on track with your diet and wellness regime.

Healthy Cookbooks for Fall

Whether it’s a lightened up dinner casserole or lean turkey chili, the following cookbooks offer plenty of healthy and tasty ideas for you to try out this fall.

Skinnytaste One and Done by Gina Homolka

Skinnytaste One and Done Cookbook
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If you often feel like you don’t have the time it takes to prep food or deal with the hassle of cleanup, then Homolka’s new book “One and Done” is the perfect source of easy, one-pot/pan/sheet meals made with minimal effort. Shop for the cookbook here.

Air Fry Every Day by Ben Mims

Air Fry Every Day cookbook
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Enjoy crispy shrimp, French fries, and fried baked goods with healthy air fryer recipes by Ben Mims. This fall, you can enjoy all your favorite fried foods with fewer calories using virtually no oil by following this cookbook. Shop for the cookbook here.

Eat What You Love by Danielle Walker

Eat What You Love cookbook
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Whether it’s a chicken pot pie or a stack of fluffy pancakes, Danielle Walker has you covered when it comes to the comfort food you crave. Find 125 gluten-free, paleo-friendly, dairy-free recipes you can cozy up with and enjoy this fall. Shop for the cookbook here.

Keto for Life by Mellissa Sevigny

Keto for Life cookbook
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Find comfort foods like cauliflower risotto, eggplant parmesan, and creamy “pasta” in this cookbook of more than 160+ low-carb, keto recipes. Moreover, the recipes are affordable too so that they are accessible to individuals with all types of budgets. Shop for the cookbook here.

Vegetable Soups from Deborah Madison’s Kitchen by Deborah Madison

Vegetable Soups cookbook
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If you’ve started your journey to healthier eating, then you know it’s important to include an abundance of vegetables in your diet. But eating salads or steamed veggies can get boring. Use Madison’s vast array of vegetable soup recipes and tips to create new and tasty ways of enjoying veggies in a warm and comforting manner. Shop for the cookbook here.

Simple by Yotam Ottolenghi

Ottolenghi Simple Cookbook
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Another fantastic way to include more vegetables in your diet in a flavorful way is through Yotam Ottolenghi’s new cookbook. The king of unique flavors and ingredients, Ottolenghi will teach you how to take something as simple as eggs and turn it into a gourmet meal. Shop for the cookbook here.

Black Girl Baking by Jerrelle Guy

Black Girl Baking cookbook
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Learn how to bake with natural sweeteners and whole-grain flours with this expansive cookbook. The book features gluten-free and vegan-friendly options too, including everything from bread, cookies, and cakes — all inspired by soulful, comfort food! Shop for the cookbook here.

The Fresh and Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook by Megan Gilmore

Fresh and Healthy Instant Pot cookbook
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If you own an Instant Pot pressure cooker and have been searching for light and healthy recipes you can make in it, then look no further. This cookbook contains 75 easy recipes featuring satisfying and nutritious meals you can make in the pot. Shop for the cookbook here.

Check out more of the clean eating cookbooks that we love here.