Trendy Cookbooks You Need This Christmas

Grandma's cookbooks a little outdated? Are they just collecting dust on shelves or becoming stressful desk clutter? Everyone knows that these foodie books need an update (no offence, Grandma). Packed with the latest hot Insta-worthy food trends, we've entered a stylish food revolution. These stocking fillers are a must-have, forget internet recipes, this is your culinary bible.

Salted Caramel Dreams: Over 70 Incredible Caramel Creations By Chloe Timms (£7.94)

Our friend, salted caramel, has been in the limelight a lot this year so why not give its own biography! This little gem features 50 caramel recipes which include brownies, cookies, cakes, doughnuts and pops. You can also find experimental flavours such as crunchy maple bacon popcorn. You'll never want the sticky stuff out of the tin again!

Grill My Cheese: From Slumdog Grillionaire To Justin Brieber: 50 of The Greatest Toasted Cheese Sandwiches Ever! By Nisha Patel (£7.89) 

Cheese on toast is our ultimate comfort food but do you ever feel like it's missing that certain something? Take your twist on the everyday classic with this read and give this dish a makeover. From peanut butter and chilli jam to pulled pork and mac 'n' cheese, this will be carbs galore. I guess the diet won't be starting in January, after all. 

The Prosecco Cookbook: Prosecco Cocktails, Cakes, Dinners & Desserts By CookNation (£3.00) 

Watch this space as dinner time has just got a little more classy. Add a slight shimmer to your meals with these creative recipes and celebrate in style every day. The party now happens in the kitchen, watch this fizz. Prosecco is a girl's best friend!

NOSH for Students: A Fun Student Cookbook By Joy May (£4.00) 

If you're worried that your teen is living on Pot Noodle, chicken nuggets and chips then this may ease that anxiety. Get your student cooking with these straightforward and simple tips which are not only healthier but also rewarding. Make recipes with friends while the book is being friendly towards your budget. So long, pizza!

The Unicorn Cookbook: Magical Recipes for Lovers of the Mythical Creature By Alix Carey (£7.69)

The unicorn has returned, and now you can show who is the real trend-setter on Instagram. Sparkles, rainbows and pastels, this little read is full of girly wonders. Perfect for parties, sleepovers or just experimenting. Glitter cupcakes? Marble pancakes? Yes, please! It's time to release that inner unicorn. Maybe we should make a magical Gookie Dough?

Thug Kitchen: Eat Like You Give a F**k By Thug Kitchen (£11.89) 

The popular website has now landed their cookbook so you can take charge of your plates and eat real food! From meals to snacks and sides, beginners to experts, this one suits all. Forget the pizza; no thank you, drive-thru and forget that produce corner in the supermarket. This is the big-mans guide to cooking. A whacky cookbook with a sense of humour, I don't think you could ask for more. 

Tasty: Latest and Greatest On Buzzfeed's Tasty and Proper (£11.89) 

You've sat on Facebook staring in awe at the videos. You've tagged your friends and family in them multiple times. Your stomach has rumbled at the deliciousness, and now you can stop adding the videos to your favourites because you have the entire collection. You'll find 80 of your favourite recipes which include unicorn cheesecake, chocolate galaxy bark, fidget spinner cookies, emoji fries, giant cinnamon roll, cheesiest garlic bread ever and bbq beer can chicken. I wouldn't complain if Santa got me this!

All of these reads are available on Amazon. Which one is on the top of your Christmas list? I know I wouldn't mind a prosecco pudding or the cheesiest of cheese garlic bread! Maybe it's time to write a Gookie Dough book!