Top 10 New Gluten-Free Cookbooks

Gluten-free cookbooks can bring inspiration to your kitchen with their glossy pictures and hundreds of mouthwatering recipe ideas. They even make a wonderful gift! If you’re looking for the newest quality cookbooks with all things gluten free, here are our 10 picks to add to your Amazon Wish List. 

If you’re hungry for more, check out our list of top vegan cookbooks.

1. Dosa Kitchen
By Nash Patel and Leda Scheintaub 
(Clarkson Potter, 2018) 

Dosas are light, crisp crepes made of rice and lentils that can be stuffed with or dipped into a variety of fillings. These recipes for India’s favorite street food show readers how to make this iconic comfort food at home with 50 recipes for fillings, chutneys and cocktails to serve alongside. Dosas are naturally gluten free and can also be vegetarian, vegan and dairy free. For adventurous cooks and eaters, Dosa Kitchen is a book of colorful, flavorful dishes that are a must-try to experience the adaptable, fun to eat dish. 

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2. Gluten Free, Naturally 
By Caroline Byron
(Kyle Books, 2018)

Author Caroline Byron started the gluten-free diet after contracting lyme disease and battling with health problems for much of her life. The 100 recipes within this book are intended to transform the way you eat, since they’re all naturally free from gluten and you don’t have to resort to pre-packaged items. The collection of dishes is well-balanced, with healthy broths and probiotic smoothies next to fried chicken and mac and cheese. 

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3. Keto Cooking With Your Instant Pot
By Dr. Karen S. Lee
(Page Street Publishing Co., 2019) 

This cookbook has 75 filling, flavorful recipes for every meal, including desserts. The meals are made with fresh, whole and accessible ingredients and are low-carb and comforting. This cookbook will be featured in the May/June edition of Gluten-Free Living, so pick up a copy to find some of our favorite recipes from the book. You don’t have to be on a Keto diet to enjoy these nutritious, satisfying dishes that can be made quickly and easily. 

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4. Korean Paleo: 80 Bold-Flavored, Gluten- and Grain-Free Recipes 
By Jean Choi
(Page Street Publishing Co., 2018)

These Paleo versions of the author’s favorite Korean dishes combine modern and traditional tastes. Despite the grain-free substitutions, the flavors are authentic and true to the elements of the original recipes. This cookbook makes recipes that may be daunting to Americans seem simple and straightforward. Every dish is packed with color and flavor, and whether you choose Bibimbap, Bulgogi or Kimchi, this book will make sure your Korean cravings will never go unsatisfied. This cookbook was featured in the March/April issue of Gluten-Free Living, so find several recipes there!

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5. Skinny Southern 
By Lara Lyn Carter
(Familius LLC, 2019) 

Private chef Lara Lyn Carter reinvents 90 classic Southern dishes without the guilt. In addition to lightening up Southern food, the recipes are gluten free and paleo, so you can enjoy your favorite comfort foods but still eat clean. Entrees such as truffle and rosemary chicken and grilled lamb with sweet onion sauce will make your mouth water, and there’s even a section on Kids in the Kitchen so your young helpers can help out. 

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6. Good Without Gluten
By Frederique Jules, Jennifer Lepoutre and Mitsuru Yanase
(Murdoch Books, 2019) 

This book starts with the basics of stocking your gluten-free pantry and making simple bread dough, flour mix and pastry dough, then moves on to beautiful dishes you’d never guess are gluten free. Every dish is elevated and sure to impress guests, from Black Risotto with Squid to Pear-Chocolate Tartlets. Using a range of cereals, flours and clever flour mixes that are naturally gluten-free and healthy, these 65 recipes are delicious and nutritious, plus many of them are lactose free. 

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7. Cali’flour Kitchen: 125 Cauliflower-Based Recipes for the Carbs you Crave
By Amy Lacey
(Abrams, 2019)

If you’re not into the cauliflower craze yet, you soon will be, with more than 125 recipes at your fingertips to help you create cauliflower crusts, rice, crisps, wraps and noodles. The dishes provide relief for carb-heavy cravings but are ideal for those eating vegan, dairy free, Keto, Paleo, gluten free or those who have an autoimmune disease. Dishes like Asparagus, Prosciutto and Parmesan Pizza and Chile Chocolate Pie will have you headed to the grocery store to buy a few heads of cauliflower to start experimenting.

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8. One-Pot Gluten-Free Cooking
By Amy Rains
(Page Street Publishing Co., 2018)

This cookbook is helpfully divided into seven chapters, one for each pan or appliance needed: sheet pan, skillet, Instant Pot, casserole dish, soup pot, muffin pan and blender. The meals are simple, take only 30 minutes to prepare and require very little cleanup, so you can spend less time washing dishes and more time enjoying wholesome meals with healthy ingredients. No matter what cookware you decide to use, you’re guaranteed a healthy meal that’ll please even the pickiest of palates.

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9. The Gluten-Free Instant Pot Cookbook 
By Jane Bonaci and Sara De Leeuw
(Harvard Common Press, 2019) 

Obviously, there’s a trend with cookbooks coming out this year: they utilize the Instant Pot. The Instant Pot (and its relatives) is a powerful tool for making meals lightning-fast. If you’re wondering how to utilize yours more often, this book is a good fit. With 100 creative and colorful ways to cook gluten-free meals, the cookbook emphasizes speed, convenience, nutrition and flavor. There’s a little of everything, from hearty breakfast dishes to warming soups to crowd-pleasing dinner dishes. 

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10. The Gluten-Free Grains Cookbook
By Quelcy Kogel
(Page Street Publishing Co., 2019) 

This book celebrates gluten-free whole grains, from amaranth to wild rices, millet to buckwheat groats and Ethiopian teff to sorghum. You’ll find numerous ways to make these grains into memorable meals with depth of flavor and texture and plenty of essential minerals in every dish. Whether you’re a strict gluten-free eater, or just looking for more variety, The Gluten-Free Grains Cookbook shares dishes that can appease everyone at the table.

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