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Popular vegan chef and winner of the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars Chloe Coscarelli digs into her Italian roots to create more than 150 recipes inspired by the most popular cuisine in the world. If you think a healthy vegan diet means giving up pasta in creamy sauce, cheesy pizza, and luscious tiramisu, think again! Following her hit cookbooks Chloe’s Kitchen and Chloe’s Vega Popular vegan chef and winner of the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars Chloe Coscarelli digs into her Italian roots to create more than 150 recipes inspired by the most popular cuisine in the world. If you think a healthy vegan diet means giving up pasta in creamy sauce, cheesy pizza, and luscious tiramisu, think again! Following her hit cookbooks Chloe’s Kitchen and Chloe’s Vegan Desserts, Chef Chloe goes to her family’s homeland to veganize its time-honored delicacies—and add some distinctively delicious twists. Sumptuous mains like Butternut Ravioli with Brown Sugar and Crispy Sage and Red Wine Seitan on Ciabatta let you show off your kitchen skills, and her inventive pizza creations include Crumbled “Sausage” and “Mozzarella” Pizza as well as Butternut Squash, Caramelized Onion, and Apple Pizza. And vegans can once again enjoy comfort favorites with Chloe’s Potato Gnocchi, Lasagna Bolognese, and Eggplant Parmesan. Known for her surprising twists on favorite desserts, Chloe’s got your classics covered with Chocolate-Dipped Almond Biscotti and Italian Wedding Cake, and she turns up the dial with new delights like Mint Chip Gelato Sandwiches, Banana Coffee Cupcakes, and Pomegranate Mint Italian Soda—sure to win over omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike. Chloe also includes directions for making her recipes allergy- and gluten-free so that you can feast on all your favorite foods, no matter your diet. With fresh vegan takes on classic Italian cuisine illustrated by gorgeous full-color photographs throughout, and her bright and lively personality on every page, Chloe takes you on a delectable trip to Italy—one you’ll want to go on again and again! Buon appetito!


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Popular vegan chef and winner of the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars Chloe Coscarelli digs into her Italian roots to create more than 150 recipes inspired by the most popular cuisine in the world. If you think a healthy vegan diet means giving up pasta in creamy sauce, cheesy pizza, and luscious tiramisu, think again! Following her hit cookbooks Chloe’s Kitchen and Chloe’s Vega Popular vegan chef and winner of the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars Chloe Coscarelli digs into her Italian roots to create more than 150 recipes inspired by the most popular cuisine in the world. If you think a healthy vegan diet means giving up pasta in creamy sauce, cheesy pizza, and luscious tiramisu, think again! Following her hit cookbooks Chloe’s Kitchen and Chloe’s Vegan Desserts, Chef Chloe goes to her family’s homeland to veganize its time-honored delicacies—and add some distinctively delicious twists. Sumptuous mains like Butternut Ravioli with Brown Sugar and Crispy Sage and Red Wine Seitan on Ciabatta let you show off your kitchen skills, and her inventive pizza creations include Crumbled “Sausage” and “Mozzarella” Pizza as well as Butternut Squash, Caramelized Onion, and Apple Pizza. And vegans can once again enjoy comfort favorites with Chloe’s Potato Gnocchi, Lasagna Bolognese, and Eggplant Parmesan. Known for her surprising twists on favorite desserts, Chloe’s got your classics covered with Chocolate-Dipped Almond Biscotti and Italian Wedding Cake, and she turns up the dial with new delights like Mint Chip Gelato Sandwiches, Banana Coffee Cupcakes, and Pomegranate Mint Italian Soda—sure to win over omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike. Chloe also includes directions for making her recipes allergy- and gluten-free so that you can feast on all your favorite foods, no matter your diet. With fresh vegan takes on classic Italian cuisine illustrated by gorgeous full-color photographs throughout, and her bright and lively personality on every page, Chloe takes you on a delectable trip to Italy—one you’ll want to go on again and again! Buon appetito!

30 review for Chloe's Vegan Italian Kitchen: 150 Pizzas, Pastas, Pestos, Risottos, & Lots of Creamy Italian Classics

  1. 5 out of 5

    7jane

    A great book of Italian (or Italian-style) recipes, from antipasti to dolci (which includes also some drinks). There is also a section of basics for smaller parts in main recipes after that, plus a pantry and equipment list at the end. At the start is also some suggestions for making recipes gluten-, soy-, and/or nut-free, plus some menu ideas. The author certainly has connections and fondness for Italian food, and the recipes look very delicious (most have photos). Her family has Sicilian origi A great book of Italian (or Italian-style) recipes, from antipasti to dolci (which includes also some drinks). There is also a section of basics for smaller parts in main recipes after that, plus a pantry and equipment list at the end. At the start is also some suggestions for making recipes gluten-, soy-, and/or nut-free, plus some menu ideas. The author certainly has connections and fondness for Italian food, and the recipes look very delicious (most have photos). Her family has Sicilian origins. Some recipe parts and stuff in basics section can easily be used in recipes outside the book, at least I feel so - for those missing Nutella, a recipe appears in basics section. In some recipes are make-ahead tips, so one can make one or some parts beforehand. Those marked with a star are her personal faves, and one recipe was a competition winner. Some of the fave recipes for me: Butternut bruschetta with caramelized onions, Hummus pomodoro with warm pizza crust, Pistachio guacamole, White bean crostini with pomegranate & mint, Balsamic grilled zucchini, Lemonade cauliflower, Summer bread salad, Cauliflower soup with pesto & pasta shells, Tomato bread soup, Heirloom tomato toast, White wild mushroom pizza, Red wine seitan on ciabatta, Mama's spaghetti & meatballs, Bowties in garlic cream sauce, Pasta in pink sauce, Lasagna bolognese, Baked tempeh in mushroom cream sauce, White wine risotto with shiitake mushroom & peas, Chocolate cherry coffee cake, Lemon thyme cupcakes, Strawberry basil milkshake. There is also one recipes for dog-treats, though it's not pointed out, you come across it by yourself. Some brands are named, but it's not done in a pushy manner. I will use some other olives than kalamatas, since I don't like them. I can see the usefulness of garlic powder in some recipes, but not in all that use that. I also think I will use some other oil than canola oil, and make my marinara sauce from scratch (a recipe is provided for it). But enough of the pickiness; this book is a great treasure of Italian recipes, easy to use and never impossible-feeling, a very welcome adding to my cookbook collection. :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Adams

    This is one of the best cookbooks I have seen lately! I want to try everything! Most of the recipes look easy and with ingredients that are not hard to find. Lots of recipes use the same things so you can stock up and always have ingredients on hand! Look forward to going through the whole book starting with Pumpkin Soup, Spicy Tomato Soup, and Bowties in Garlic Cream Sauce, plus maybe the Chocolate Chip Cookies!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anula

    As much as I wasn't a fan of Chloe's Vegan Desserts: More than 100 Exciting New Recipes for Cookies and Pies, Tarts and Cobblers, Cupcakes and Cakes--and More! I must admit that this book positively surprised me! Lot's of recipes for Italian classics, as well as some modern twists - and all vegan. Great comprehensive cookbook and all things Italian, easy to follow recipes and I'm jumping with joy that most of the ingredients are either already in my pantry or can be EASILY found in my local groce As much as I wasn't a fan of Chloe's Vegan Desserts: More than 100 Exciting New Recipes for Cookies and Pies, Tarts and Cobblers, Cupcakes and Cakes--and More! I must admit that this book positively surprised me! Lot's of recipes for Italian classics, as well as some modern twists - and all vegan. Great comprehensive cookbook and all things Italian, easy to follow recipes and I'm jumping with joy that most of the ingredients are either already in my pantry or can be EASILY found in my local grocery shop! Really looking forward to cooking with this one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This is another fantastic vegan cookbook! Countless pasta, soup, and pizza recipes, as well as delicious desserts had me hooked. You no longer have to give up on the idea of alfredo sauce, gelato, biscotti, or any other of your Italian favorites. Coming from an Italian who can't have anymore soy, dairy, or egg, (but who's favorite food is authentic gelato) this cookbook was a dream come true! Included are multiple (and uncomplicated!) recipes for cheese sauces that have me already planning my me This is another fantastic vegan cookbook! Countless pasta, soup, and pizza recipes, as well as delicious desserts had me hooked. You no longer have to give up on the idea of alfredo sauce, gelato, biscotti, or any other of your Italian favorites. Coming from an Italian who can't have anymore soy, dairy, or egg, (but who's favorite food is authentic gelato) this cookbook was a dream come true! Included are multiple (and uncomplicated!) recipes for cheese sauces that have me already planning my meals for the next few days.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Schindele Cupples

    I've ordered so many vegan cookbooks for my library lately that I was hesitant to order even one more -- but I'm so glad I did! We've made three recipes (pumpkin risotto, white lasagna w/roasted butternut squash & spinach, and eggplant Parmesan). All three were great and qualify as fun to make with good ingredients. Plenty more recipes look delicious. I've ordered so many vegan cookbooks for my library lately that I was hesitant to order even one more -- but I'm so glad I did! We've made three recipes (pumpkin risotto, white lasagna w/roasted butternut squash & spinach, and eggplant Parmesan). All three were great and qualify as fun to make with good ingredients. Plenty more recipes look delicious.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    I'm not a huge fan of Italian food, but the stuff I've made in here so far is delicious! Not to mention the recipes I've tried on her website! I want to try Chloe's Kitchen or Chloe's Vegan Desserts next. She is my favorite chef!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    I'm a huge fan of Chloe Coscarelli. She's the winner of Cupcake Wars on the food network where she was the only vegan chef. That's impressive in itself. She's also the author of 3 cookbooks and has a restaurant chain (well, not quite yet but she has more than one location). Beautiful pictures. Easy to follow and very clear recipes. Chloe is a perfectionist and her books show that her work has paid off. oHer food is vegan but doesn't taste like health food. I would recommend this for vegans and v I'm a huge fan of Chloe Coscarelli. She's the winner of Cupcake Wars on the food network where she was the only vegan chef. That's impressive in itself. She's also the author of 3 cookbooks and has a restaurant chain (well, not quite yet but she has more than one location). Beautiful pictures. Easy to follow and very clear recipes. Chloe is a perfectionist and her books show that her work has paid off. oHer food is vegan but doesn't taste like health food. I would recommend this for vegans and vegetarians but I also think the common person would enjoy these recipes. I have this cookbook and Chloe's Kitchen. I love the recipes in both books and I love them both so much. I'm literally always flipping through them looking at new things to make. My goal is to eventually make everything but I think I've make enough to review. Although I've liked some more than others, I haven't met a Coscarelli recipe I didn't like! What I've tried: Smashed Avocado and Roasted Beet Crostini: Would never dream of this combination but had all the ingredients. The beets were so sweet and with the creaminess of the avocado...heaven on a crostini. Much more impressive than the usual bruschetta. Butternut Brushetta with Carmelized Onions: Perfection. Would totally serve this at a dinner party. Would love this as an appetizer for a Thanksgiving feast. Rosemary Sweet Potatoes with Sweet and Spicy Mustard-Cheated and only made the sweet and spicy mustard to eat with leftover sweet potatoes. Heaven! So tangy. A welcome addition to the potatoes. I'm sure her sweet potatoes are just as fabulous as mine. Pasta and Beans- I think I made this. Don't really remember it. Probably wasn't bad but not a standout recipe of the book. Artichoke Pesto Pasta Salad-A hit to everyone I served it to. You have to like artichokes for this recipe though because the artichoke flavor is strong. Although I liked this, I missed biting into my artichokes because I love the texture for some reason. I would make this again and it's a fun experiment but I would not say I liked it better than the classic pesto. Cream of Mushroom Soup-mine came out overly sweet. Probably not Chloe's fault as I used Mirin for the wine. Would probably make this again and make sure the wine is not sweet at all and very dry. Kate Middleton's Pasta Alfredo-I loved this. Super light sauce (made with cauliflower) but tastes like Alfredo (a lighter version that you can eat a lot of and not feel like you are going to explode). Mine was not white but more tan color...not sure where I went wrong...but still tasted amazing. I am not an Alfredo fan because it is too heavy so this is right up my alley. Banana Coffee Cupcakes-YUM! Tastes like a really moist chocolate chip banana bread. Frosting was a little sugary though (3 cups of sugar and it felt like a lot of sugar...maybe I would pare down on the sugar next time....although I noticed this is her basic frosting recipe for all of her cupcakes so I'm not sure if I can improve on it....she did win the cupcake competition on Food Network and I am a cupcake novice). Strawberry Basil Milkshake: Wow...what a great summer shake. Make this when there are a lot of people around to share it with or you might end up drinking the whole thing because it's soooo good. It's very filling.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    I have 3 of Chloe's books and love the ease and deliciousness of her recipes. For the most part, they don't require special ingredients as you can find nutritional yeast and coconut milk in many regular grocery stores these days and her flavors are usually spot on. The Spicy Tomato Soup (Zuppa Di Pomodoro Piccante) was outstanding--a great blend of creamy, sweet and spicy-but-not-too-spicy, just a nice slow warmth at the finish. (link to recipe & pics: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20...) T I have 3 of Chloe's books and love the ease and deliciousness of her recipes. For the most part, they don't require special ingredients as you can find nutritional yeast and coconut milk in many regular grocery stores these days and her flavors are usually spot on. The Spicy Tomato Soup (Zuppa Di Pomodoro Piccante) was outstanding--a great blend of creamy, sweet and spicy-but-not-too-spicy, just a nice slow warmth at the finish. (link to recipe & pics: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20...) The Penne with Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce packs a very cheesy essence with a small amount of nutritional yeast and tastes indulgent. (link to recipe and pics: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20...). A great book for recipes that will please vegans, carnivores and everyone in between.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Aja Marsh

    Nope! I mean, kudos for making the recipes simple and approachable, but there isn't really anything that interesting or challenging in here. Some weak cheese replacements, and otherwise it's just Italian inspired stuff without cheese, which is easy enough to do without a specialized cookbook. I would say the most potentially valuable recipes are the fresh pasta dough recipe and some of the more dairy dependent dishes, but even then, eh, not impressed. Also, her personality-- I'm not into it. But Nope! I mean, kudos for making the recipes simple and approachable, but there isn't really anything that interesting or challenging in here. Some weak cheese replacements, and otherwise it's just Italian inspired stuff without cheese, which is easy enough to do without a specialized cookbook. I would say the most potentially valuable recipes are the fresh pasta dough recipe and some of the more dairy dependent dishes, but even then, eh, not impressed. Also, her personality-- I'm not into it. But people seem to like this book in general, so hey glad it's working for someone.

  10. 4 out of 5

    PorshaJo

    I bought this one after checking out the online preview. I own Chloe's other cookbooks and am always pleased with her recipes. This one has a ton of great looking photos of the food, always a plus for a cookbook. I look forward to many years of great use from this one.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    This book is such a blessing for those that are Vegan or Vegetarian. It provides great recipe alternatives for Italian dishes that normally contain meat and dairy. Beautiful photography as well. A real keeper!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

    Best cookbook I've seen in a while. I see lots of pasta in my future.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aleasha

    This one I definitely need to own one day.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sps

    Vegan meatballs, yeah, yeah, yeah. Vegan meatballs, yeah, yeah, yeah. Vegan meatballs, yeah, yeah, yeah. Pizzas and pasta with shiitake bacon also very tasty.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kris Siegel

    Chloe's recipes are always clear and well-tested. Most have drool-worthy photos, I checked this out of the library and immediately bought my own copy. Now the fun begins!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laura Hoffman Brauman

    Awesome recipes in this one -- easy to make, easy to find ingredients. Going to make a bunch from this one over the weekend.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Loucks

    delicious, she tries to indicate which recipes can be made gluten free, made "meatballs", pumpkin risotto, tempeh with 40 garlic cloves

  18. 5 out of 5

    Wdmoor

    Well written, easy to read and fun to look at. It also made me realize I'll never be a vegan.

  19. 4 out of 5

    BookBill

    My go to book when wanting something Italian and vegan!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Chelsey Reid

    Amazing, everything I've made was delicious. I actually want to make almost everything in this book!!. I hope she makes even more cookbooks.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

    Favorite Italian flavors in vegan standards in recipes that often have twists asking for advanced beginner to comfortably competent cooks.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    YUM!!!!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    missy jean

    These recipes are ridiculous. I can't believe the amount of flavor she can pull out of really simple ingredients.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Catlin

    Lovely simple and yet inspiring recipes..... what more could one ask for!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    Out of three recipes tried, I loved two and liked one. I probably just need to buy it.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Hanicq

    This is a great cookbook! I like that it's Italian cuisine as all my other cookbooks already offer a variety of foods. Chloe's recipes are not lacking for flavor. I would say her recipes are my second favorite, with Oh She Glows being my absolute favorite. Chloe's recipes can be a little indulgent (lots of oil and/or frying). So I just adjust it to our liking to make the meals healthier (i.e. adding less oil and baking) and the food still turns out great. Below are the recipes I've tried and I'v This is a great cookbook! I like that it's Italian cuisine as all my other cookbooks already offer a variety of foods. Chloe's recipes are not lacking for flavor. I would say her recipes are my second favorite, with Oh She Glows being my absolute favorite. Chloe's recipes can be a little indulgent (lots of oil and/or frying). So I just adjust it to our liking to make the meals healthier (i.e. adding less oil and baking) and the food still turns out great. Below are the recipes I've tried and I've enjoyed them all. Hummus pomodoro w warm pizza crust Mashed potatoes Lemon Herb Cannelini Beans Garlic bread sticks Farmers market panini (made it as a wrap) Penne w sun dried tomato cream sauce Pesto Mac n cheese Pasta in pink sauce Potato gnocchi in herb garlic sauce Rosemary lemon shortbread cookies There are still so many more recipes that sound absolutely divine!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    I was actually pleasantly surprised, with regards to the recipes contained within Chloe's Vegan Italian Kitchen. Despite not having a personal need or want to eat vegan, I found many interesting and delicious recipes that I would like to make. For those who eat dairy, it would be easy to substitute cheese or milk for alternative dairy ingredients. With recipes such as Baked Italian Onion Rings, Cream of Mushroom Soup, Shiitake Bacon, Meatball Sliders, and Mac and Cheese with Pesto, readers are s I was actually pleasantly surprised, with regards to the recipes contained within Chloe's Vegan Italian Kitchen. Despite not having a personal need or want to eat vegan, I found many interesting and delicious recipes that I would like to make. For those who eat dairy, it would be easy to substitute cheese or milk for alternative dairy ingredients. With recipes such as Baked Italian Onion Rings, Cream of Mushroom Soup, Shiitake Bacon, Meatball Sliders, and Mac and Cheese with Pesto, readers are sure to find many unique and interesting dishes to try. Loaded with healthy ingredients and flavors that are sure to excite even the most discerning palate, Chloe's Vegan Italian Kitchen is one that I would recommend to both vegan and non-vegan eaters.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Heather F

    I'm a huge fan of Chloe Coscarelli, and her work did not disappoint. Her Italian cookbook is diverse and filled with good vegan food with easily found ingredients. Should you be planning a trip to Italy, there is a brief phrasebook at the beginning with phrases to aid the vegan or vegetarian in getting the food they prefer.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Malorie

    If by Italian food you only mean Italian American pizzas and pasta dishes, then you may like this book. I found the recipes to be simple, not complex in flavor profile, and the cheese substitutes to be fairly simplistic (I would much rather use recipes from some of my vegan cheese specific books). This book is just not for me at all.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Barb

    Oh my! There are sooooo many recipes in here that I want to try! Lots of delicious sounding foods that take mostly everyday ingredients. I am glad they aren't all tofu based, as I haven't tried it much in cooking. I literally drooled through most of this book.

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