Betty Goes Vegan

Winner of VegNews Magazine’s
Cookbook of the Year 2013

In our debut cookbook, we’ve strived to produce a complete and comprehensive guide to help people not just go vegan but stay vegan by recreating 500 of our favorite meals & dishes cruelty-free style. There is a wide variety of recipes in here for chefs of all skill level – from the amateur can-opener to the gourmet food architect – sprinkled among helpful tips, anecdotes from the three year adventure through Betty’s Big Red as well as Betty Crocker history and analysis. The result is a delightful (if we do say so ourselves) and accessible compendium with long lost loves, reliable go-tos and not so guilty pleasures.

You can get your own copy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or any bookstore.


“Betty Goes Vegan is the most exciting culinary innovation since the original Betty Crocker Cookbook. This book is a masterpiece and a must-have for every kitchen.”Rory Freedman, New York Times bestselling author of Skinny Bitch

“Funny, insightful and full of kick-ass vegan recipes. This is the ultimate cookbook! The kind of book you will pass down to your vegan children’s vegan children. A joy from start to finish.”
Sarah Kramer, bestselling author of How It All Vegan! and Vegan a Go-Go!

“This is a phenomenal no-nonsense book filled with comfort foods made vegan. The Shannons have outdone themselves with their creative versions of American classics. I only wish this book was around when I started cooking vegan.” Roberto Martin, New York Times bestselling author of Vegan Cooking for Carnivores

“Betty Goes Vegan is a celebration of nostalgic comfort food deliciously transformed into fun and fabulous vegan fare. Destined to be a classic, this groundbreaking cookbook will delight and inspire vegans and omnivores alike.”Robin Robertson, bestselling author of Quick-Fix Vegan, 1,000 Vegan Recipes, and Vegan Planet

22 Comments Add yours

  1. Komal Kharbanda says:

    Wow! This looks promising.. and you know, we should also try to use 100 percent vegan beauty products, just as we consume 100 percent vegan food. Read this post, it’s pretty amazing –
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  2. Kimberly says:

    I love the book. I love the design. I love the concept. But I cannot make any of the recipes because I cannot find any of the meat substitutes which they mention. I have been a vegetarian for 34 years. I am NOT even familiar with some of the things they use in here. That is somewhat disappointing.

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