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I love cookbooks. LOVE them. I probably buy at least one a month and also keep a running Amazon wish list of others I want. They’re so colorful and full of promises of delicious food. I tend to lean toward Paleo cookbooks as I’ve found they use really great flavors. Most of the ones listed here are geared toward Paleo eating, however there are a couple that are geared more toward gluten free diets.
Food for Humans by Nom Nom Paleo
This may be my favorite cookbook since going gluten free. Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo consistently puts out delicious recipes that never disappoint. And I mean that literally – everything that I have cooked from Nom Nom Paleo both I and my husband have liked. A definite must-have.
Ready or Not! by Nom Nom Paleo
This is the second cookbook Michelle Tam has, and it came out last year. It is definitely another keeper. It’s smartly broken up into sections for when you’re ready to spend some time cooking or when you’re hangry and need something pronto. A great follow-up to Food For Humans.
Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain: Meals Made Simple
Danielle Walker is a great resource for recipes that have no grain at all. Her recipes are innovative and taste great. This is her first cookbook, and I consider it somewhat of a classic. She has several others that are also great (Against All Grain and Celebrations) if you’re looking for more grain-free options.
The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook
This is a gluten-free bible of sorts, which is what America’s Test Kitchen is great at doing. I recently received this cookbook, and while I haven’t tried a many recipes out of it I’m familiar with American’s Test Kitchen and know they do a ton of research to get things right. This would be a great place to start if you’re new to a gluten free diet and/or missing some of the food you ate before going gluten free.