45 Great Cookbooks for Paleo Diets

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As a way to achieve greater levels of fitness and health, many have embraced the Paleo Diet. The Paleo Diet (a.k.a. “Caveman Diet”) offers a compelling model designed around what some think was the diet of Paleolithic humans. It focuses on fish, grass-fed meats, eggs, fruits, vegetables, and nuts, while excluding grains, dairy products, and processed salt, sugar, and oils. Proponents maintain that it can lead to weight loss and reduced pain from autoimmunity, among other benefits.

In presenting this list of 45 Great Paleo cookbooks, our goal is to highlight the best-reviewed books on the subject, in a range of useful categories.

General Recipe/Paleo Lifestyle Books
Desserts, Treats, and Snacks
Slow Cooker Recipes
Breakfast and Lunch

General Recipe/Paleo Lifestyle Books

1. Against All Grain: Delectable Paleo Recipes to Eat Well & Feel Great

Danielle Walker

This dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free cookbook was written by a woman who had been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. Inspired by the possibility of better health, Walker taught herself to cook and put together a multicourse conglomeration of recipes including everything from appetizers to desserts. The book even includes a special children’s section for the picky eaters in the family. Every recipe includes easy-to-follow instructions and vibrant photographs that are sure to get any reader’s mouth watering — and none of them include a single grain, gluten, dairy, or refined sugar ingredient!

2. Practical Paleo: A Customized Approach to Health and a Whole-Foods Lifestyle

Diane Sanfilippo

In a world with confusing, elaborate diets and complicated ingredient lists a mile along, the idea that one can achieve a healthy lifestyle without counting calories or feeling deprived comes as a welcome relief! Author Diane Sanfilippo explains the merits of a Paleo diet while simultaneously offering up over 120 recipes. In addition, Practical Paleo includes information about common allergens and provides meal plans designed to support health in the face of multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, thyroid diseases, cancer, heart disease, and other ailments.

3. Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat

Melissa Joulwan

If you think about how often we have to eat, including all meals and snacks, it’s easy to see why it’s so important that we feed ourselves well. All of the recipes in the book are grain-, legume-, soy-, sugar-, dairy-, and alcohol-free, but that doesn’t mean the recipes are boring! This cookbook helps readers learn to mix ingredients into endless combinations and prepare meals in advance so they’re never without a nutritious snack. The more than 115 recipes in the book are attractively simple without sacrificing taste.

4. The Paleo Approach: Reverse Autoimmune Disease and Heal Your Body

Sarah Ballantyne

In her book, PhD-wielding and autoimmune disease-suffering author Sarah Ballantyne takes readers on a journey through the latest medical research about how people afflicted with chronic illnesses can live symptom-free. The book gives helpful advice on how to calm the immune system, reduce inflammation, and live an overall healthier way of life. Dr. Ballantyne goes beyond just listing recipes, however, giving tips about grocery lists, how to stay in within budget, where to shop, how to use your time efficiently, and even how to eat out successfully.

5. Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans

Michelle Tam, Henry Fong

Forget boring, dry cookbooks that will put you to sleep before you finish the recipe–Nom Nom Paleo is a humorous alternative with over 100 delicious Paleo and gluten-free recipes. Readers will love the 900+ photographs and cartoons interspersed with a unique blend of Asian-fusion and West Coast-inspired recipes. In addition to some of the more exotic flavors, you will also find kitchen basics like pot roast and chicken nuggets. There’s really something for everyone!

6. The 21-Day Sugar Detox: Bust Sugar & Carb Cravings Naturally

Diane Sanfilippo

Break bad habits and free yourself from the sugar addiction with a cookbook that will guide you through the process in just three weeks. The more than 90 recipes are simple and easy to follow, with in-depth instructions for both dieting newbies and expert gluten-free and Paleo practitioners alike. The book also provides special instructions for athletes, pregnant and nursing moms, people with autoimmune disorders, and pescetarians. The meals are anything but restrictive, instead offering cooks a myriad of meal choices composed of only quality proteins, fats, and carbs.

7. Paleo for Beginners: Essentials to Get Started with the Paleo Diet

John Chatham

Paleo for Beginners is just what it sounds like–a book designed to get interested, health-minded people started on a new Paleo lifestyle. It is focused on high-protein, low-carb meals free from the dangers of processed foods and is perfect for anyone who wants to lose weight or simply lower their risk of countless diseases. The book is chockfull of delicious recipes, lists of “do” and “do not” foods, a shopping guide, and an easy-to-follow guide for those making the transition for the first time.

8. Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat

Melissa Joulwan

The follow up to the successful cookbook Well Fed, this sequel is loaded with more internationally-inspired recipes, tempting photographs, and helpful tips. In addition to the 200 recipes, some of which are original ideas and others of which are creative variations on established dishes, Joulwan includes quick meal ideas, options for multicourse affairs, and guidance on how readers can manage their relationship with food. You’ll love her sage advice on how to manage emotional eating, tips for how to maintain good eating habits in social situations, and an inspirational call to action for everyone to be their best selves.

9. Make-Ahead Paleo: Healthy Gluten-, Grain- & Dairy-Free Recipes Ready When & Where You Are

Tammy Credicott

Designed with the family in mind, Make-Ahead Paleo is the perfect book for discovering healthy, home-cooked meals that can be prepared around a busy schedule. The 100 delicious recipes include mouthwatering dishes like Garlic Topped Flank Steak Roulade, Apricot Orange Pork Chops, and Mushroom Meatballs. In addition to meal ideas, the book includes inventory sheets; grocery lists; and creative meal solutions to save time, travel fast, and cook out of a single pan.

10. The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet

Robb Wolf

A popular cookbook choice among busy moms, athletes, and celebrities alike, The Paleo Solution will help you lose weight, feel young, and avoid the diseases that turn so many into avoidable healthcare statistics. The book is based on irrefutable science that combines research from biochemistry, genetics, and anthropology, and was written by a biochemical researcher. Inspired to share his knowledge with the world, Robb Wolf is an in-demand strength and conditioning coach who has put all his in-demand fitness knowledge into one easy-to read book.

11. Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free Recipes

Elana Amsterdam

Brought to you by the writer of the popular blog Elana’s Pantry, this cookbook is perfect for anyone looking to break out of their dieting rut and put a stronger emphasis on protein and produce. With Elana’s knowledge it is easy to feed a hungry family, keep up with a busy schedule, and maintain optimal health all at the same time. Whether you’re just trying to avoid food allergens our you’re interested in returning to the diet of our Paleolithic ancestors, these 100 recipes will give you Paleo-friendly alternatives to classic family favorites, including pancakes and ice cream!

12. The Slim Palate Paleo Cookbook

Joshua Weissman

The author of this cookbook shares his personal experience losing over 100 lbs. as he turned from trendy diets to real, clean eating. The teenage food blogger writes about his philosophy on health and happiness and shares 100+ recipes, all free of gluten, grain, and refined sugar. Popular meals include Rolled Pork Loin, Shepherd’s Pie, and hearty Steak and Brussels Sprouts. The book has something for everyone, whether you’re looking to lose weight, improve your health, or just want to discover some irresistible recipes!

13. Paleo Diet Explained: For Health and Weight Loss

Jane Burton

Start your journey towards a diet of all-natural, healthful foods with a book that gives you all the basics you’ll need. Learn about the right fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, and nuts you should eat; what foods you should avoid; and alternatives to certain controversial ingredients. Readers will find information about how to eat in moderation for weight loss and will get answers to commonly ask questions, including “Is there a healthy substitute for bread?” “Are all legumes not allowed?” and “Can I drink wine?”

14. Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life

Sarah Fragoso

Readers will enjoy the philosophy that Fragoso shares in this cookbook, which is one of keeping family, health, and memories at the center of every dinner table. In addition to 80 family-friendly, easy-to-follow recipes, Everyday Paleo offers time-saving tips, suggestions on how to pair recipes together for the best dining experience, and advice on how to get even the busiest family to pause long enough to enjoy a home-cooked meal. Cooks will also love the tips on where to shop and how to prep for the best results.

15. The Paleo Foodie Cookbook: 120 Food Lover’s Recipes for Healthy, Gluten-Free, Grain-Free and Delicious Meals

Arsy Vartanian

Written by the same author as The Paleo Slow Cooker, this cookbook is full of delicious, all-natural recipes that range from traditional to modern to ethnically-inspired. Fueled by her Armenian heritage and a natural curiosity about flavor, Vartanian offers readers enough recipes to keep friends and family constantly asking for more! The delicious meal ideas include favorites such as Salmon Ceviche with Mango and Cucumber, Sun-Dried Tomato and Fennel-Braised Short Ribs, and Wine-Braised Duck Legs.

16. 500 Paleo Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health

Dana Carpender

With 500 recipes, this cookbook is more comprehensive and wide-ranging than most other diet and recipe books on the market today. Carpender includes perfect meal ideas for appetizers, main courses, desserts, and more, all in an easy-to-read and easy-to-prepare format. You won’t want to miss out on the book designed to make switching to the “caveman” diet, free of all processed foods and artificial sugars, both convenient and enjoyable.

17. Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals: Delicious, Primal-approved meals you can make in under 30 minutes

Jennifer Meier, Mark Sisson

Although low-carb eating has been proven an effective tool for both weight loss and healthy living, many find that putting in the time it takes to prepare such nutritious meals isn’t worth the effort. Authored by the same duo that penned Primal Blueprint and Primal Blueprint Cookbook, this addition to the series is great for readers who have 30 minutes or less to prepare meals. Some recipes only take a few minutes from start to finish! All meals include a delightful combination of natural produce, healthy fats and meats, and flavorful herbs and spices.

18. Paleo Comfort Foods: Homestyle Cooking for a Gluten-Free Kitchen

Julie Sullivan Mayfield, Charles Mayfield

Just because you’re looking to improve your diet and move further down the path to healthful eating doesn’t mean you need to give up all those delicious meals that remind you of visits to grandma’s house. This book is full of delicious “crowd pleasers” that will appeal to both seasoned Paleo followers and dieting novices. The more than 100 recipes in the cookbook are expertly intertwined with artistic photos and entertaining stories that will keep readers interested and excited about their new lifestyle.

19. The Ancestral Table: Traditional Recipes for a Paleo Lifestyle

Russ Crandall

Written by a critically-acclaimed food blogger, The Ancestral Table includes over 100 classic recipes and beautiful photographs that are sure to whet any reader’s appetite. This well-researched cookbook takes readers on a journey through some of the world’s best-loved, most traditional recipes–a style that may be particularly appealing to history buffs! Any chef looking for healthful, delicious interpretations of classic meals will enjoy the contents of this book, which includes such delights as Chicken-Fried Steak, French Onion Soup, Bi Bim Bap with Kimchi, Teriyaki Sauce, and Butter Chicken.

20. Make it Paleo: Over 200 Grain Free Recipes For Any Occasion

Bill Staley, Hayley Mason

With Make it Paleo, readers can effortlessly and seamlessly make the transition from trendy diets and processed foods to clean, healthy living. The more than 200 delicious recipes written down within the book have all been adopted from Chinese, Mexican, French, and American ideas, so readers are sure to never get bored! All recipes are accompanied by colorful photographs and helpful notes so that you know exactly what to do each step of the way. The book also includes guidance for basic cooking techniques, tips for selecting ingredients, and ideas for menus on holidays and special occasions.

21. Omg. That’s Paleo?

Juli Bauer

The witty title says it all–you won’t believe that these recipes are Paleo! The collection features 30 recipes not previously featured on Bauer’s blog, paleomg.com, and readers can choose from a list of categories, including slow cooker, fish/seafood, baked goods, side dishes, snacks, and desserts. Readers will also enjoy pouring through Bauer’s personal philosophy on the Paleo diet; recommended resources for further reading; and plenty of funny, always-awkward stories.

22. Beyond Bacon: Paleo Recipes that Respect the Whole Hog

Matthew McCarry, Stacy Toth, Paleo Parents

Here is the perfect book for everyone who not only loves bacon, but is looking to move beyond it and experience more parts of the pig. This book features over 100 recipes, with meals that utilize just about every part of the animal. Forget what you’ve heard about the consequences of eating pork–these authors make the case for eating more of this meat to improve your health. Recipe examples include the Perfect Pork Chops, Pho Soup, Savory Bacon Jam, Corn Dogs, Potato Crisps, and Maple Lard Scones.

23. Gather, the Art of Paleo Entertaining

Bill Staley, Hayley Mason

The authors of this cookbook realize that there’s more to a great meal than the right ingredients–it’s about thoughtful planning, entertainment, and artfully crafting the perfect menu. By reading Gather, would-be hosts and hostesses will learn how to throw the perfect dinner party and keep all their guests in optimal health. With 17 sophisticated menu spreads, over 100 delectable dishes, hundreds of colorful photographs, and a wealth of tips and tricks, this book is sure to make your next gathering a success!

24. The Art of Healthy Eating – Savory: grain free low carb reinvented

Maria Emmerich

Too many people think that dieting and healthy eating means giving up cooking as an art form. Accompanied by nutrition facts that make clear the healthful content of the book, these recipes cover a number of comfort foods that will make readers forget the meaning of the word “diet.” Examples include pasta, lasagna, calzones, clam chowder, chicken pot pie, and chili “cheese” fries. There are a number of other traditional meal options as well, such as sushi, sandwich wraps, and tortillas. You will also love the tips and tricks that make eating Paleo both fun and easy!

25. Almond Flour Recipes: An Alternative to Wheat Flour Cookbook for Celiac, Paleo, and Gluten Free Diets (Quick and Easy Series)

Dogwood Apps

Just because you’ve chosen to go Paleo or have an autoimmune disease doesn’t mean you have to give up all flour-based foods. Thanks to ingredients like almond flour, gluten- and wheat-free eaters can devour muffins, biscuits, breakfast bars, pancakes, soup, cake, cookies, bread, scones, pies, and lots of other delicious foods–but in more nutritious versions than typical starchy goods. Benefits of almond flour include greater sources of protein, lower glycemic index levels, more sources of vitamin E, and higher antioxidant levels.

26. Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings and Toppings

Mark Sisson, Jennifer Meier

There are tons of books on the market that cater to the needs of Paleo practitioners and Celiac disease sufferers, but how many cookbooks are entirely devoted to sauces, dressings, and toppings that are Paleo-friendly? Many people are surprised by how many sauces and dressings have dairy and gluten in them! Spice up your meals and add flavor to all your dishes with this comprehensive list of easy-to-produce sauces that will keep you healthy without sacrificing taste.

Desserts, Treats, and Snacks

27. Paleo Indulgences: Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes to Satisfy Your Primal Cravings

Tammy Credicott

Part of the reason that trendy diets fail is that they don’t allow any room for even healthy “indulgences.” This book will come in handy for any cooks looking to enjoy the sweeter things in life without undoing all their progress. These tasty alternatives to typical “off limits” foods will satisfy that sweet tooth while still being gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, legume-free, and free from any added cane sugars. All 85 recipes are fast, easy to make, and delicious!

28. Primal Cravings: Your Favorite Foods, Made Paleo

Brandon Keatley, Megan Keatley

It’s easy to get distracted from even the most nutritious diets when our options become bland or repetitive. Primal Cravings has set out to satisfy both sets of our cravings: the one for delicious, rich, flavorful foods, and the one for ingredients that will keep us in good health. With 125 Primal/Paleo recipes presented in an easy-to-navigate format, readers will enjoy both the delicious meals they can create and the wealth of workout tips, motivational messages, and thoughtful musings embedded in the pages. You can definitely trusts these authors, who are considered both kitchen whizzes and expert-level fitness coaches!

29. Paleo Snacks: A Paleo Snack Cookbook Full of Healthy Paleo Snack Foods

Rockridge University Press

While some people like to indulge in in the sweeter “cheat” foods when it comes to dieting, others prefer their sins to be of the salty, savory variety. Lucky for them, with Paleo Snacks, they can get all the delicious potato chips, spicy-sweet chicken-on-a-stick, and crunchy lunch box granola without becoming wrought with guilt. This book includes 40 Paleo-friendly, quick, and tasty snack foods to satisfy your cravings during those long stretches between meals. The book also includes an introduction to the diet, the benefits of going Paleo, and a helpful guide to Paleo foods.

30. The Paleo Chocolate Lovers’ Cookbook: 80 Gluten-Free Treats for Breakfast & Dessert

Kelly V. Brozyna

Who doesn’t love a good chocolate dessert? Even the most die-hard dieters might mourn over the possibility of sacrificing their favorite chocolate foods forever. Thanks to this cookbook, full of 80 gluten-, grain-, and dairy-free recipes, cooks can enjoy all the best desserts while remaining health-conscious. All it takes is a little coconut and nut flour, dates, and herbal sweeteners for you to turn your favorite indulgences into delectable, healthy treats!

31. Paleo Happy Hour: Appetizers, Small Plates & Drinks

Kelly Milton

Could it be? Gone are the days where you have to give up your beloved happy hour just because you’ve committed to a healthier lifestyle. Paleo Happy Hour is packed with over 100 appetizers, small plates, desserts, and drink recipes that will make drinking and entertaining easy, healthy, and delicious. In addition to meal ideas, author Kelly Milton provides useful tips on how to stay Paleo even in situations beyond your control, what to eat when dining out, how to navigate non-Paleo parties, and how to moderate your intake at social events.
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32. Paleo Desserts: 125 Delicious Everyday Favorites, Gluten- and Grain-Free

Jane Barthelemy

Since the Paleo diet is commonly referred to as the “caveman” diet, based on foods our ancestors ate, you might think that cakes and cookies are off the table. After all, there were no bakeries 10,000 years ago! But with this comprehensive cookbook, full of 125 mouthwatering recipes, you can enjoy everything from brownies to milkshakes without ruining your health. Examples of recipes include Raspberry Crumble Bars, Tiramisu, Black Forest Cherry Pie, and Pumpkin Cheesecake. In addition to recipe instructions, readers will also love the color photo insert and helpful ingredients lists.

33. Bare Root Sweets: 30 Paleo Desserts for the Modern Food Lover

Angela Gallardo

Inspired by the need to unite Primal/Paleo eating with modern, familiar flavors, Gallardo created Bare Root Sweets, one in a series of cookbooks designed to give cooks and diners the flavors they crave. All 30 unique recipes are grain-, gluten-, and refined-sugar-free, and many are also low carb. Some are even completely sugar-free! This book combines quality ingredients with a creative culinary flair to produce a list of treats that will satisfy even the most demanding cravings for sweets.

34. 30-Minute Paleo Dessert Recipes: Simple Gluten-Free and Paleo Desserts for Improved Weight-Loss

Louise Hendon

30 minutes? Desserts? Paleo? Weight Loss? And all in the same title? Now you really can have it all, with a cookbook that will allow you to enjoy all your favorite treats while avoiding the pitfalls that bombard shoppers at every turn in grocery stores. Thanks to Hendon’s tireless experimentation, research, and refinement, you can appreciate tons of recipes with preparation times of 30 minutes or less. In fact, some take less than 5 minutes from start to finish!

35. Paleo Vegan Sweets & Treats: Healthy Paleo Desserts Free of Grains, Dairy & Eggs

Hannah Healy

Ever had someone ask you, “But what can you eat??” If you’re Paleo, vegan, or somewhere in between, you might hear this question constantly. Well, now you can point ignorant parties toward books like Paleo Vegan Sweets & Treats, and they’ll never wonder again! Packed with awesome recipes, photos, and easy-to-follow instructions, this book is great for gourmet chefs and beginners alike. You’ll love that you can get your “fix” without putting a single grain, egg, or dairy product into your body!

36. Paleo Kid Snacks: 27 Super Easy Recipes That Kids Can’t Get Enough Of

Kate Evans Scott

As a parent, it can sometimes be difficult to convince your kids that eating healthy, nutritious, grain- and dairy-free meals is something worth trying. It can be especially difficult to create quick and easy snack foods that comply with Paleo restrictions. But with these 27 recipes for smoothies, dips, and sweet and savory snacks, you can now create delicious foods for your child that are made of only wholesome, protein-rich ingredients. Other features include tips on how to get children involved in the cooking process, suggestions for fun kitchen tools, and options for keeping your budget in check.

Slow Cooker Recipes

37. Paleo Slow Cooker: 75 Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Gluten-Free Paleo Slow Cooker Recipes for a Paleo Diet

John Chatham

This New York Times Bestseller brings together the benefits of a Paleo lifestyle with all the rich, savory flavors of slow cooker recipes. Easily create all-natural, unprocessed versions of classics like Pot Roast, Garden Vegetable Soup, Tahini Chicken with Bok Choy, and Zucchini Soup Provencal. The book even offers meat-free entrees and soups for vegetarian readers! All 75 recipes in the book are 100% Paleo-friendly and gluten-free.

38. Paleo Crock Pot Recipes: For Busy Moms & Dads (Slow Cooker Series)

Tyler Daniels

Acquiesce to your crock pot cravings with this cookbook by Tyler Daniels, written with equal attention to chicken, beef, pork, lamb, and seafood. Daniels’ passion clearly comes out in recipes like French Fields Pork Dijon; Tangy, Tasty Sweet and Sour Chicken; and Primordial Paprika Beef. Free yourself from culinary blindness with meals that take full advantage of the colorful vegetables and powerful tastes that make Paleo diets worth trying. Because of Daniels’ extensive research and experimenting, all you have to do is prep the crock pot and you are guaranteed to get delicious results!

39. The Paleo Slow Cooker: Healthy, Gluten-free Meals the Easy Way

Arsy Vartanian

You might be thinking, “But cavemen didn’t have slow cookers! Isn’t the Paleo diet based on what Paleolithic people ate?” Well sure, but people in the Stone Age certainly used slow cooking methods when preparing food over the fire. In that way, recipes like those found in The Paleo Slow Cooker actually bring foods one step closer to the way they were meant to be eaten. Get ready to enjoy meals that are homey, healthy, and ready when you are!

Breakfast and Lunch

40. Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go: The Solution to Gluten-Free Eating All Day Long with Delicious, Easy and Portable Primal Meals

Diana Rodgers

Toast, cereal, pancakes, sandwiches, wraps–these are all foods that make common appearances during breakfast and lunch time, but they’re also definitively un-Paleo! It can be hard to stick to your grain-free, gluten-free diet during these times, but nutritional therapist and community activist Diana Rodgers has gotten creative to make it happen. Readers will love her unique recipes, including such gems as Chicken Salad with Fennel and Cranberries, Cherry Tarragon Breakfast Sausages, and even Bubble and Squeak!

41. Paleo Breakfast Recipes: For Busy Moms and Dads

Tyler Daniels

Don’t sacrifice a delicious breakfast just because you’ve gone Paleo. Instead, enjoy delectable foods like smoothies, frittatas, muffins, pancakes, and scrambled eggs while treating your body well. Examples of recipes you’ll find tucked away in the pages are the Summer Surprise Blueberry Muffins, Arizona Dawn Sweet Potato Frittata, and Solstice Spice Pancakes. With meal ideas at your disposal that utilize scrumptious ingredients like juicy blueberries, fresh bell peppers, and earthy nutmeg, you’ll never look at breakfast the same way again!


42. Paleo Bread: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Paleo-Friendly Bread Recipes

Rockridge Press

“OMG, but I could never give up bread!” Countless people have uttered this exclamation at the thought of going gluten-free or Paleo. But the truth is, you don’t have to give up anything! The 75 bread recipes in this cookbook are great for breakfasts, dinners, and desserts, and include such enticing treats as Country-Style White Bread, Grandma’s Zucchini Bread, and Old-Fashioned Cinnamon Rolls. The book also includes 10 tips for baking bread, uses for top alternative ingredients in bread making, and lessons on all the benefits of Paleo bread.

43. Paleo Bread: Easy and Delicious Gluten-Free Bread Recipes

Aimee Anderson

It’s hard to go without all bread products just because you’ve decided to go Paleo, or have been told you have to give up gluten due to an allergy or autoimmune disease. Well, thanks to books like Paleo Bread, you can eat clean and still bake delicious bread products that will have the entire family singing your praises! Recipes include instructions for Almond Butter Bread, Banana Bread, Strawberry Shortcake, Almond Meal Pancakes, Paleo bagels, Garlic Herb Bread, Pizza Crust, and Dinner Rolls.


44. Southern Paleo: Gluten-Free Recipes for Paleo Comfort Foods from a Southern Mama’s Kitchen

Lucy Fast

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Southerners especially understand the importance of a well-rounded repertoire of “comfort food” recipes. Thanks to the expert culinary skills of author Lucy Fast, anyone who loves classic comfort foods, including Biscuits and Gravy, Cole Slaw, Deviled Eggs, and Huspuppies, can whip up the perfect Southern meal. This cookbook also includes recommendations for how to make substitutions that will turn dishes into Paleo-friendly meals without sacrificing taste or quality.

45. Everyday Paleo Around the World: Italian Cuisine: Authentic Recipes Made Gluten-Free

Sarah Fragoso

You might not think that Italian food, full of breads and starches, could possibly be made Paleo–but think again! The 100 % gluten-free, Paleo-friendly recipes in this cookbook are inspired by Fragoso’s travels around Italy and her conversations with both world-class chefs and local farmers. In addition to recipes, Fragoso also shares tips about how to plan the perfect trip to Italy, complete with recommendations on how to stay Paleo abroad! You’ll also love learning about the Italian people, their food-centric culture, and the value of taking a slow, casual approach to cooking and eating.