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100 all-new plant-based recipes - by bestselling author Deliciously Ella. Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Deliciously Ella's world as Ella continues to bring simple, wholesome food to the masses. Now with three thriving café-delis in London, Ella's latest book features their most popular dishes and shows just how fun and delicious natural foods can be. From lai 100 all-new plant-based recipes - by bestselling author Deliciously Ella. Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Deliciously Ella's world as Ella continues to bring simple, wholesome food to the masses. Now with three thriving café-delis in London, Ella's latest book features their most popular dishes and shows just how fun and delicious natural foods can be. From laid-back lunches to simple weeknight suppers and grab-and-go snacks, these are the recipes that Ella's thousands of customers have been asking for since the first deli launched in 2015, in one beautiful illustrated book. In addition to over 100 plant-based recipes, for the first time we are treated to a personal insight into Ella's journey - how she grew her blog, which she began writing to help get herself well while suffering from illness, into a wellbeing brand - and all that she has learnt along the way, as well as what drives the Deliciously Ella philosophy and her team's passion for creating delicious healthy food. With diary excerpts that document the incredible journey that Deliciously Ella has taken and over 100 tried-and-tested irresistible recipes for every day, using simple, nourishing ingredients, this stunning book will be a must-have for fans and food-lovers alike.


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100 all-new plant-based recipes - by bestselling author Deliciously Ella. Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Deliciously Ella's world as Ella continues to bring simple, wholesome food to the masses. Now with three thriving café-delis in London, Ella's latest book features their most popular dishes and shows just how fun and delicious natural foods can be. From lai 100 all-new plant-based recipes - by bestselling author Deliciously Ella. Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Deliciously Ella's world as Ella continues to bring simple, wholesome food to the masses. Now with three thriving café-delis in London, Ella's latest book features their most popular dishes and shows just how fun and delicious natural foods can be. From laid-back lunches to simple weeknight suppers and grab-and-go snacks, these are the recipes that Ella's thousands of customers have been asking for since the first deli launched in 2015, in one beautiful illustrated book. In addition to over 100 plant-based recipes, for the first time we are treated to a personal insight into Ella's journey - how she grew her blog, which she began writing to help get herself well while suffering from illness, into a wellbeing brand - and all that she has learnt along the way, as well as what drives the Deliciously Ella philosophy and her team's passion for creating delicious healthy food. With diary excerpts that document the incredible journey that Deliciously Ella has taken and over 100 tried-and-tested irresistible recipes for every day, using simple, nourishing ingredients, this stunning book will be a must-have for fans and food-lovers alike.

30 review for Deliciously Ella: The Plant-Based Cookbook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    This is my first Deliciously Ella cookbook, and I have to say that I’m a bit disappointed by it, unfortunately! Honestly, the recipes are just not that great. I almost feel like they forgot to let people test the recipes! I am an experienced cook, but a lot of the recipes in this book just did not turn out right. Of course, this could be my own fault, but I made sure to follow the recipes completely when making them. From the 7 recipes that I have made from this book, I will only remake one or t This is my first Deliciously Ella cookbook, and I have to say that I’m a bit disappointed by it, unfortunately! Honestly, the recipes are just not that great. I almost feel like they forgot to let people test the recipes! I am an experienced cook, but a lot of the recipes in this book just did not turn out right. Of course, this could be my own fault, but I made sure to follow the recipes completely when making them. From the 7 recipes that I have made from this book, I will only remake one or two. And I will remake them with adjustments too. What I cooked from this book (in random order): - Pea & watercress soup (2*). Okay but just soo bland and boring! - Coconut chia pudding (3*). Taste was okay, but way too thick after letting it sit for 10 mins (as is directed). I thinned it out and served it with some stewed fruit and that made it a lot better. - Creamy avocado dip (2*). The title is misleading, this is more like hummus with basil and a bit of avocado in it (which you can barely taste). - Sweet potato wedges with spring onions, chili and a tahini drizzle (4*). The tahini sauce is not a drizzle, but more the consistency of mayonnaise, but furthermore this was delicious! Will remake this in the future. - Courgette and red pepper muffins (1*). This was a total fail unfortunately. The muffins just did not want to bake through all the way, even though I baked them for more than an hour, when the directed baking time is only 25-30 mins!! The taste was okay, but no-one wants undercooked muffins. - Red berry chia pudding (5*). This was delicious! The recipe was different in composition than the coconut chia pudding recipe, so it was not too thick or thin after letting it sit for the directed 10 mins. Will remake this in the future. - Chocolate and coconut truffles (3*). Delicious, but the dough was way too wet and sticky to form it into balls. After letting it rest in the fridge for a bit it was a bit better, but still very very soft. To end on a happy note, one of the things I loved are the personal diary entries that are at the start of each chapter! They give you an interesting look behind the scenes of the Deliciously Ella blog, cookbooks, deli and products!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

    I've made 4 recipes so far from this cookbook and they all tasted really bland or just weird, as if no one tested the recipes. They also had unnecessarily long and complicated ingredient lists. It's a great read, however, if you want to look at beautifully styled vegan dishes and rich white people laughing while enjoying good health and too much privilege. In a nutshell: too much veneer, not enough content. There's no "meat" in this book!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Hoogvliet

    In 2011 kreeg Ella een zeldzame ziekte. Door plantaardig te gaan eten werd zij beter. Sindsdien ontwikkelt zij recepten, die ze deelt met ongelooflijk veel volgers en lezers; ook heeft ze een Deliciously Ella-app en een kleine Deli in Londen. In het kookboek Deliciously Ella deelt zei 100 nieuwe, plantaardige, vegetarische en vegan recepten uit haar Deli in Londen. Deze recepten worden afgewisseld met verhalen uit haar dagboek. Toen ik het boek in handen kreeg kon ik niet wachten om er doorheen t In 2011 kreeg Ella een zeldzame ziekte. Door plantaardig te gaan eten werd zij beter. Sindsdien ontwikkelt zij recepten, die ze deelt met ongelooflijk veel volgers en lezers; ook heeft ze een Deliciously Ella-app en een kleine Deli in Londen. In het kookboek Deliciously Ella deelt zei 100 nieuwe, plantaardige, vegetarische en vegan recepten uit haar Deli in Londen. Deze recepten worden afgewisseld met verhalen uit haar dagboek. Toen ik het boek in handen kreeg kon ik niet wachten om er doorheen te bladeren. Het boek heeft een heerlijke stevige kaft dit vind ik zelf erg belangrijk aan een kookboek. De verschillende hoofdstukken zijn ingedeeld door middel van een gekleurde rand aan de pagina’s bijv ontbijt. Doordat deze gekleurde pagina’s kun je erg makkelijk naar het hoofdstuk bladeren dat jij nodig hebt. Persoonlijk vond ik de dagboek stukjes een hele mooie toevoeging in het boek want daardoor werd het meer dan alleen een koekboek. Je krijgt een mooi kijkje in het leven van Ella Mills en waarom bepaalde recepten in het boek staan. Dan de recepten zelf op het eerste oog viel me op dat de meeste ingrediënten in zo’n beetje elke super markt op de hoek te krijgen zijn en dat is een goed begin. Want zeg nou zelf je hebt niet altijd zin om stad en land af te lopen opzoek naar bepaalde ingrediënten. De recepten hebben een mooie variatie van Salade tot hoofdgerechten en van ontbijt tot lekkere taarten. De recepten zijn niet te ingewikkeld en daardoor door elke thuiskok goed te maken. Ik heb het recept voor romige champignonsoep, appel compote en zoete aardappel courgette stoofpot. De recepten zijn allemaal gelukt en ik vond ze ook erg lekker. Ik geef dit kookboek een dikke 9.

  4. 4 out of 5

    UrsulaGraham

    I have to rate this 5 stars! Met the lovely Ella at her book signing in Waterstones Glasgow on Wednesday night, such a lovely girl who has inspired me so much! I too have been dealing with chronic health problems hoping to make an improvement on my health and cook my own plant based meals, thank you Ella for helping me stay positive and make cooking fun and easy

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    3 1/2* I'm finding this book a bit of a mixed bag. There are a quite a few recipes there are wonderful--worth the price of the book alone--but there are others that need tweaking or a miss entirely. I'm also not on board with replacing every ingredient with the 'natural' version, like expensive coconut sugar or maple syrup instead of golden caster. I appreciate the sentiment, but if you're on a budget, or don't want to spend £15 on ingredients for a cake (that will fail), I'd look for substitutes 3 1/2* I'm finding this book a bit of a mixed bag. There are a quite a few recipes there are wonderful--worth the price of the book alone--but there are others that need tweaking or a miss entirely. I'm also not on board with replacing every ingredient with the 'natural' version, like expensive coconut sugar or maple syrup instead of golden caster. I appreciate the sentiment, but if you're on a budget, or don't want to spend £15 on ingredients for a cake (that will fail), I'd look for substitutes before beginning. The recipes I've tried: 5* Favourite: Tumeric Spiced Cauliflower, Lentil, and Tahini Salad - I could very easily sit down and eat an entire giant bowl of this. I took it to a BBQ, only took a small portion, intending to go get seconds. When I went back, it was all gone. I find the dressing needs a small splash of water to keep it from being too thick, but NBD. The Great: Courgette, Celeriac and Peanut Noodles - again, dressing needs a bit more liquid, but lovely salad. Buckwheat pancakes - different, especially for someone used to normal pancakes, but tasty. Not a fan of the chocolate sauce, however. Courgette and Red Pepper Muffins - This one comes with a caveat. Two medium courgettes is too much; stick with one, otherwise the dough will be far too wet and won't bake through properly. I was puzzled by the note at the bottom to be careful of the amount of Romano pepper due to water content, when there is more courgette in weight and it's mostly water. One courgette is plenty, and makes really lovely, high-rising muffins. Mushroom and Chestnut Sliders - a good all-round burger sub. Peanut Butter Slices - A crowd-pleaser for any sweet peanut butter fans. I let the dates dry out a bit more using, otherwise they were too sticky to blend with the other ingredients. The OK: Coconut Chia Pudding - tastes good, but put off by the 65g of chia seeds when the chia seed packet says to limit daily intake to 15g to avoid GI distress. I've thus far avoided using the full amount; I'm sure it will gel better if I'm ever feeling brave. Corn Chowder - tasty, but not worth the work involved in making it. Spiced Peanut Sweet Potatoes - Again, tasty, but following the instructions, the sweet potatoes end up too soft and mushy for a salad. I'll try again and cook them longer, hoping them to dehydrate a bit more. Almond and Blueberry Cakes - the taste here almost entirely relies on the blueberries, so make sure you pick good ones. Brownies - meh Never Again: Almond Cake with Mango Icing - not sure what happened with this one. Ingredients cost about £15. It fell to pieces. Friends politely said, "The taste reminds me of a brewery."

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books

    Ella's best yet; 4.5 stars I am a big fan of Deliciously Ella. I was an avid reader of her blog, I follow her on Instagram and work from a number of her books to make many plant-based dinners in our home. This book, Ella's latest, isn't just a cookbook. For the first time, Ella uses the preface and the introduction to each chapter to talk about the Deliciously Ella journey. From it's beginnings as a blog to its huge community following on Instagram, to the opening of the first deli in London and t Ella's best yet; 4.5 stars I am a big fan of Deliciously Ella. I was an avid reader of her blog, I follow her on Instagram and work from a number of her books to make many plant-based dinners in our home. This book, Ella's latest, isn't just a cookbook. For the first time, Ella uses the preface and the introduction to each chapter to talk about the Deliciously Ella journey. From it's beginnings as a blog to its huge community following on Instagram, to the opening of the first deli in London and the release of a product line, the book details the ups and downs (and she is very honest about the downs) of creating and running a business that focuses on healthy eating and well-being. Ella is both revealing and vulnerable in these lovely pieces of writing, speaking about the illness that inspired her to start Deliciously Ella and her shortcomings when it came to growing the business. She speaks all about how she met Matt, her husband and now CEO of the company, and mentions her parents' separation (and subsequent divorce) and her mother-in-laws diagnosis of brain cancer. It is deeply personable and opens up a new relatable side to Ella that we haven't seen before. The recipes are amazing. I have always found Ella's recipes easy to follow and uncomplicated, and the results are always great. My favourites are the Three Bean Chilli and chilli cornbread, the breakfast fritters with smoky baked beans and avocado, the Spicy Peanut Sweet Potato dish and the Thai Green Curry, but there really are so many standout recipes here. The hummus and dips are all beautiful, and the salads are unbeatable. There's also a collection of slightly more complicated dishes for special events at the back that are there to challenge you a little. A lovely read and another fantastic collection of breakfast dishes, salads, falafels, burgers, soups, stews, curries, cakes and sweet treats that will suit anyone who is either vegan, vegetarian or just curious about plant-based living and healthy eating. I highly recommend it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Megan Prikhodko

    Really great book for anyone starting to dip their toes in plant based cooking. As I'm in the US, I had to convert the recipes from metric, but otherwise, I found that there were many interesting recipes. The chili and brownies were particularly loved in my house by meat eaters and vegans alike.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    Best Plant-Based Cookbook Her best yet. Love the personal journals that are included. I my never eat at her restaurant but can now enjoy the recipes. Thank You!

  9. 5 out of 5

    FLAMES (Roberta Frontini)

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  10. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Not being from the UK, I wasn't familiar with the author prior to receiving this book but I love checking out new vegan cookbooks! This one is a combination of memoir and recipes from the author's deli. I read through the diary entries and recipes, marking quite a few to come back and try. US readers will need to convert some things - temps from C to F, some ingredient names - and you'll need a scale as many ingredients are listed by weight only (a bonus honestly as weights are more accurate). I Not being from the UK, I wasn't familiar with the author prior to receiving this book but I love checking out new vegan cookbooks! This one is a combination of memoir and recipes from the author's deli. I read through the diary entries and recipes, marking quite a few to come back and try. US readers will need to convert some things - temps from C to F, some ingredient names - and you'll need a scale as many ingredients are listed by weight only (a bonus honestly as weights are more accurate). I did notice some recipes are a bit vague, calling for 1 butternut squash for example. I've seen squash of all sizes so a weight would be handy in cases like this. In one of the recipes I tried, instructions say cut into bite sized pieces but doesn't specify further. When I cut to what I considered bite sized and then followed the baking directions, I ended up with something closer to charcoal. A little more clarity would be beneficial. I tried a handful of the recipes: Buckwheat pancakes with hot chocolate sauce - pancakes were okay, better with the sauce Baked sweet potato falafel along with the Turmeric spiced cauliflower, lentil and tahini salad - good, though I had to make some adjustments Peanut cookies - really tasty, but very crumbly Overall, I liked the variety of recipes but I think this might not be a great fit for a beginner cook for the reasons noted above. Thank you to Quercus Publishing and Eidelweiss for the opportunity to read and review this book. All comments are my own, unbiased opinion.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Els

    Deliciously Ella, het plantaardige kookboek door Ella Mills Wat ooit begon als blog van een ziek meisje is ondertussen uitgegroeid tot een goed draaiend (familie)bedrijf met verschillende boeken, eigen producten die op vele plaatsen verkocht worden, verschillende deli’s en een uitgebreide online community. En nu dus ook dit laatste boek: Het plantaardige kookboek. Met 100 recepten gaande van ontbijt, over salade’s, falafel, burgers, dips, soepen, stoofschotels, curry’s tot zoet. Gewoon al in dit b Deliciously Ella, het plantaardige kookboek door Ella Mills Wat ooit begon als blog van een ziek meisje is ondertussen uitgegroeid tot een goed draaiend (familie)bedrijf met verschillende boeken, eigen producten die op vele plaatsen verkocht worden, verschillende deli’s en een uitgebreide online community. En nu dus ook dit laatste boek: Het plantaardige kookboek. Met 100 recepten gaande van ontbijt, over salade’s, falafel, burgers, dips, soepen, stoofschotels, curry’s tot zoet. Gewoon al in dit boek bladeren doet je watertanden. Alles ziet er zo mooi én lekker uit, je krijgt goesting om zelf aan de slag te gaan. Zelfs diegenen die nog niet (altijd) plantaardig eten, gaan hier hun gading in vinden en misschien hun stukje vlees zelfs wel vergeten. Het toffe aan dit boek is ook dat er dagboekfragmenten in staan, je kan dus volgen hoe Deliciously Ella geworden is tot wat het nu is. En ja, dat liep niet altijd over rozen; fijn dat we dat ook mogen lezen. De recepten zijn duidelijk uitgelegd, zonder al te veel rare ingrediënten, dus goed haalbaar voor iedereen die graag in de keuken staat. Moet iedereen vanaf vandaag plantaardig gaan leven? Dat zou tof zijn maar dat moet niet. Zelfs niet volgens dit kookboek. Maar elk boek dat je goesting geeft om alvast een paar keer plantaardig aan de slag te gaan verdient een pluim! Ik zou trouwens graag eens een bezoekje brengen aan één van de deli’s!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Karen Whittard

    Umm I found this book to be ok. It’s not my favourite vegan cookbook by any stretch of the imagination. The recipes that I’ve tried so far have been ok. But not as tasty as I thought that they would be. I haven’t been especially balled over by this book. Struggling to understand why it has such rave reviews. I much preferred Bosh, 15 min vegan, vegan with a vengeance. All much better books with way tastier food. In my honest opinion. I was a follower in her instagram page. But found her a little Umm I found this book to be ok. It’s not my favourite vegan cookbook by any stretch of the imagination. The recipes that I’ve tried so far have been ok. But not as tasty as I thought that they would be. I haven’t been especially balled over by this book. Struggling to understand why it has such rave reviews. I much preferred Bosh, 15 min vegan, vegan with a vengeance. All much better books with way tastier food. In my honest opinion. I was a follower in her instagram page. But found her a little too preachy for my liking. And upon talking to her she wasn’t the nicest person to talk to either. I felt that if you were a meat eater to her page or wanted to get into being a vegan. You would be hit hard with how you should think, act, behave, believe and sadly I don’t think this is the best approach for an introduction into being vegan. If that’s what you are looking for. I have been told that other books of this series aren’t as good as some of the other books that I have recommend in this thread. So I think I’ll be looking into alternative routes to get my vegan recipes and won’t be a subscriber to the Ella woodward way it deliciously Ella.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    I was super hyped about this cookbook. This was my first book of Ella's but I have her application on my phone, so I have tried some of her creations. This book is a must-have for everyone who is on a plant based diet, even if not! There are different sections based on the type of meal you wish to cook or bake. There are simple and easy ones and more sophisticated as well. Most (if not all) the recipes are from her Deli that is based in London. I have never been there but I often see photos of t I was super hyped about this cookbook. This was my first book of Ella's but I have her application on my phone, so I have tried some of her creations. This book is a must-have for everyone who is on a plant based diet, even if not! There are different sections based on the type of meal you wish to cook or bake. There are simple and easy ones and more sophisticated as well. Most (if not all) the recipes are from her Deli that is based in London. I have never been there but I often see photos of the meals you can get there and I am super happy I can make them at home now. Not only does she list all these amazing recipes, throughout the book you can read about her story, the brand, everything that is under the name of Deliciously Ella. I have only tried a handful of recipes, one of them being a super simple brownie that turned out amazing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sian Lile-Pastore

    This is such a nice book to read - I loved all the stuff about how her business all came together, even though, as she says, she'd never had a job before. The recipes all look amazing and there are so many I want to try.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jean MacLeod

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Success stories are always inspiring and this was no exception. The recipes look innovative and not the usual run of the mill. I look forward to reading Ella's other books.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Paolina Koycheva

    The cookbook is very stylish and well organized.Really enjoy of every recipe.Maybe this is the best book by Ella until now.Here she includes recipes from her deli, so everyone can prepare and try them and doesn’t need to go in London to enjoy of her meals.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Davies

    I think this is the best of Deliciously Ella's books, you do have to use some common sense when making it as often the quantities are are bit out and I think she must have a much sweeter tooth than me, maple syrup is in a lot of dishes... even savoury, I tend to taste it first before adding it in!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Arianna Stone

    Wonderful veggie forward, vegan, refined sugar free cookbook with fun stories a d tidbits. Only issue i have is that some recipes list ingredients in grams instead of cups. Guess I'll have to go buy a kitchen scale!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Blair

    I really enjoyed reading about the building of the company, but the recipes didn't appeal as much to me as some of her others. There didn't seem to be as much variety, but the spiced sweet potatoes were delicious.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Monica Brizzi

    Carino e innovativo, l'ho letto e sfogliato con piacere. Ho provato alcune ricette e mi sono piaciute. Unico neo (non del libro!) è che molti dei piatti proposti non si possono fare se non si ha un frullatore a modo. Ma lo consiglio lo stesso!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Becky Jose

    So many amazing easy recipes.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    Love the recipes in this book!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    Nice recipes with ingredients mostly in the cupboard already

  24. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Got some good ideas. But measurements were British 🤪

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shirl

    I quite enjoyed this book. Down to earth, easy read. Lots recipes with pictures. What's not to like?

  26. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    I'm counting this as a book read because Ella's entire journey of creating her business is included. I read every word and am inspired to experiment more with plant based recipes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Krisztina Csonka

    Amazing, easy recipes for veggie lovers! I love Ella's innovations in the kitchen, veggies can be excited and yummy!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Love the recipes, love the story of how Ella got to where she did and love that she still advocates that you need to adjust any recipe/diet plan to your own likes and needs.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Marie

    Made the shakshuka. Cut the spice, but it was still overly spicy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Julia Jony

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