There are no cookbooks specifically for induction cooktops found online as of September 2015, but companies who produce induction cooktops such as Fagor and HealthCraft provide recipes on their websites. Many Atkins Diet cookbooks refer to the "induction" phase of the Atkins diet, which is not related to cookware.
The Healthcraft website features recipes for entrées, appetizers and desserts, such as baked apples and angel food cake. FagorAmerican.com provides instructions for ethnic cuisines including several different pastas, chicken masala and mango dal.
Induction cooking is often synonymous with low-fat, low-carbohydrate meals. Induction cooktops allow chefs to precisely control the temperature and baking conditions of food, requiring less oil and less cooking time than conventional stovetop methods.