• Two big stacks of healthy cooking. (SBS Food)Source: SBS Food
We're here to help you float through your 2020 wellbeing goals. So take a dip in our competition pile of 34 delicious cookbooks.
28 Jan 2020 - 10:00 AM  UPDATED 17 Feb 2020 - 10:40 AM

This competition is now closed.






Whether you're riding the whole 'new year, new you' phenomenon or not, chances are we're all keen to make changes towards a healthier lifestyle this year. Whether that means eating more whole food or plant food, or less sugar or feelings, 2020 is for sure going to be our healthiest year ever!

Of course, we may need some help with that, so we raided our stash and found 34 outstanding cookbooks to help us all make some changes. We've piled them up and we're ready to randomly give each one away to 34 lucky winners.

A healthy stack

Our stack of health cookbooks is valued at more than $1220, or a priceless amount of advice, encouragement and information. Here's what's in the pile: 

River Cottage Gluten Free by Naomi Devlin
15 Minute Vegan Comfort Food by Katy Beskow
15 Minute Vegan On A Budget by Katy Beskow
Smith & Deli-cious by Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse
Super Green Super Easy by Sally Obermeder and Maha Corbett
Cooking for Family and Friends by Joe Wicks

"...I believe that once you get lean, staying lean is a lot easier” - Joe Wicks

Try these recipes by Joe Wicks
Mexican tortilla with chicken and feta

This egg omelette does double-duty as breakfast or dinner. It's the perfect option for those on a reduced-carb intake plan.

Kofta-stuffed bullhorn peppers

Stuffed roasted vegetables are a great make-ahead and reheat dinner. This is an ideal meal for those on a reduced-carb intake plan.

Chicken and orzo rat-a-tat bake

A pasta bake is a great carb re-fuel. Orzo (also known as risoni) is used as it's a quick-cooking pasta that is great for absorbing flavours. This makes for a healthy, quick chicken dinner.

5:2 Lifestyle by Delphine De Montalier and Charlotte Debeugny
Easy Vegan by Sue Quinn
The Garden Apothecary: Homemade Remedies for Everyday Ailments by Reece Carter
Fermentation on Wheels by Tara Whitsitt

"You can certainly go out and buy a jar of sauerkraut from the store, but experiencing fermentation brings you closer to the life forces that bridge communities of soil, plants and animals..." - Tara Whitsitt

The Natural Cook by Matt Stone
The Happy Gut by Reece Carter [two copies]
Broth by Vicki Edgson and Heather Thomas
Green Burgers: Creative Vegetarian Recipes for Burgers and Sides by Martin Nordin
Gordon Ramsay Ultimate Fit Food by Gordon Ramsay

Salad, but not as you know it

The Salad Book by Belinda Jeffery

Find the recipe here.

Savour by Peter Gordon
Delicious Every Day: Mostly Healthy, Always Tasty by Anna Gare
Vegan 100 Over 100 Incredible Recipes From Avant-Garde Vegan by Gaz Oakley
Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward

"There has been so much debate around good food, bad food... clean food, dirty food... and to be honest, it's all got a bit confusing..." Ella Woodward

Plants Taste Better by Richard Buckley
Bish Bash Bosh! by Henry Firth and Ian Theasby [two copies]

Happy food, happy people

Happy Food by Bettina Campolucci Bordi
Super Green Simple and Lean by Sally Obermeder and Maha Corbett
Jar Salads: 52 Happy, Healthy Lunches by Alexander Hart
Feel Good Food by Toni Chiodo

Find Tony Chiodo's recipe here.

The Goodness of Nuts and Seeds by Natalie Seldon
Lean In 15 by Joe Wicks
Hippie Lane: Whole food Gets Deliciously Luxe by Taline Gabrielian

"What diet am I on? I'm not. I don't do diets..." Taline Gabrielian

Get Lean, Stay Lean by Dr Joanna McMillan
Cook Nourish Glow by Amanda Freer
Balance: The Australian Wholefood Cookbook by Guy Turland


Grab Guy Turland's rainbow chickpea salad recipe here.

More recipes by Guy Turland
Poké bowl

Created in the tropical Hawaiian islands, poké actually refers to the cubes of marinated raw fish that was a way to use up leftover ends from prime sashimi cuts. 

Octopus Salad

Cooked low and slow, tender octopus tentacles are the star of this hearty salad. 

Coconut waffles with caramelised pineapple

The ultimate summer brunch. 

How to win a lucky dip cookbook

Enter your details below for your chance to win one of our cookbooks.

Each prize consists of one cookbook, selected randomly from the competition pile of 34 cookbooks.

Competition opens: Tuesday, 28 January 2020, 10:00 am (AEST)

Competition closes: Sunday 16 February 2020, 11:59 pm (AEST)

Competition drawn: Thursday, 20 February 2020, 11:00 am (AEST)

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