3 vegetarian cookbooks that cater to plant-based diets

Whether you follow a strictly vegan or vegetarian diet, or are just trying to eat less meat throughout the week, the plant-based cookbook category continues to grow.

Three new releases out this month offer up health-conscious recipes that are completely meat-free — and either vegan or mostly vegan — with recipes heavy on vegetables, fruits and nuts (with plenty of imitations, like cauliflower “Buffalo wings” and lentil sliders).

Here’s a breakdown on the new titles:

‘Vegan Reset’

Tag: The 28-Day Plan to Kickstart Your Healthy Lifestyle

Author: Kim-Julie Hansen, New York-based blogger behind the Instagram account @bestofvegan

Who it’s for: Recipes, tips and meal plans — plus exercise and meditation guides — for new vegans, or those looking to get back to a vegan diet or for inspiration

Out: Now, $24.99

‘Simple Green Meals’

Tag: 100+ Plant-Powered Recipes to Thrive from the Inside Out

Author: Jen Hansard, co-founder of the wellness website Simple Green Smoothies

Who it’s for: Quick vegetarian meals (with substitutions to make it vegan), meal prep and shopping tips geared toward the whole family

Out: Sept. 11, $24.99

‘The Reducetarian Cookbook’

Tag: 125 Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Plant-Based Recipes for Omnivores, Vegans, and Everyone In-Between

Author: Brian Kateman, co-founder of the nonprofit Reducetarian Foundation, with recipes by Pat Crocker

Who it’s for: Plant-based recipes for those looking to gradually eat fewer animal products

Out: Sept. 18, $21.99