10 Celebrity Cookbooks You Probably Didn’t Know Existed
There are cookbook authors who become celebrities, like Ina Garten, and then there are celebrities who write cookbooks. Today we’re looking at the latter category. While we all know Gwyneth Paltrow is the patron saint of celeb-turned-cook (Oh hi, Goop!), there are a bunch of other celebrities who have also dabbled in this space.
From Sheryl Crow’s aptly titled cookbook, to Boy George’s other masterpiece, here are 10 celebrity cookbook authors you might have missed.
Love Keeping Up with the Kardashians? Now you can eat your way through your obsession. There are 70 recipes in this cookbook that apparently the Kardashian-Jenner family love to cook. Kris Jenner also shares her favorite entertaining tips, including different ways to set a table.
2. Cookin’ With Coolio: 5 Star Meals at a 1 Star Price by Coolio
This cookbook is all about comfort foods with a healthy, budget-conscious twist. Chapters in the book include “Vegetarians? Okay, Whatever!” and “It’s Hard Out There for a Shrimp.”
Yes, Boy George published a macrobiotic cookbook. Alongside a bunch of wholesome recipes including creamy carrot soup, you’ll find expert advice and witty commentary.
4. Livewise: Easy Recipes for a Healthy, Happy Life by Olivia Newton-John
Who knew Sandy Olsson knew how to cook? In this book, Olivia Newton-John shares the recipes that help her live a healthier, happier life. Recipes include things like eggs with cilantro pesto, and a carrot, broccoli, and apple juice.
This cookbook, co-authored by her personal chef, Chuck White, gives recipes and advice for eating through the seasons. It’s all about being healthy and active. Recipes include a famous hummus soup, and lime-kissed stuffed avocados.
6. Eva’s Kitchen: Cooking with Love for Family and Friends by Eva Longoria
This cookbook walks the reader through Eva’s life through food. What she grew up with, and what she cooks now. It’s mostly based on seasonal, fresh ingredients. Recipes include sweet potato empanadas and lemon dover sole.
7. Fabulicious!: Teresa’s Italian Family Cookbook by Teresa Giudice
Yes, “fabulicious” is, in fact, a word used in this cookbook. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star shares a bunch of favorite Italian meals that she loves cooking with the people she loves.
8. The Tucci Table: Cooking with Friends and Family by Stanley Tucci
Tucci didn’t get his love of cooking from Julie & Julia. In fact, it came from the big bowls of Italian food from his childhood. In this cookbook, Tucci features family friendly recipes, including barbecue chicken wings and a Tuscan tomato soup.
9. Morgan Freeman and Friends: Caribbean Cooking for a Cause by Morgan Freeman
This cookbook was created in order to help the relief efforts for the devastating hurricane in Grenada in 2004. This cookbook combines a whole bunch of celebrities, their favorite recipes, and tales of island life.
10. Cooking With Regis & Kathi Lee: Quick & Easy Recipes from America’s Favorite TV Personalities by Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee Gifford
Yes, Regis and Kathi Lee co-authored a cookbook together. There are dozens of recipes by celebrities and celebrity chefs who appeared on their morning show.
Have a favorite we missed?