Introducing the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook!

Well, it is finally here – I am excited to be launching the Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook today!


In addition to over 110 fully autoimmune protocol compliant recipes, you will find in this ebook:

  • What to eat and avoid while on the autoimmune protocol
  • Tips and tricks to make the AIP more simple
  • Two 4-week meal plans
  • Shopping lists
  • Skills and staples for making things like bone broth and ferments

Head over to the book launch page for some sample pages, more information, and reviews of the book, along with the purchase link.

From the beginning, my goal was to make the ebook as visually beautiful as it was practical. I had great help in this area, as my friend Kyle Johnson generously agreed to by my photographer for the book. Here is a preview of some of the photos:





To purchase, head over to the book launch page. Thanks to everyone who has encouraged and supported me in this process – I know it took a little bit longer than I anticipated, but I aimed to do my best to provide a beautiful and inspiring resource for those on the autoimmune protocol.

I would love to know what you think – please leave me your thoughts in the comments section!

About Mickey Trescott

Mickey Trescott is a cook and one of the bloggers behind Autoimmune Paleo. After recovering from her own struggle with both Celiac and Hashimoto’s disease, adrenal fatigue, and multiple vitamin deficiencies, Mickey started to write about her experience to share with others and help them realize they are not alone in their struggles. She is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner by the Nutritional Therapy Association, and is the author of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, a guide and recipe book for the autoimmune protocol, and AIP Batch Cook, a video-based batch cooking program. You also can find her on Instagram.


  1. Rachel says

    Congratulations on your book and you own domain! I’ll be purchasing it as soon as I’m financially able. Thank you!

  2. Christina says

    Will the hard copy that i paid for several mo nths ago still be forthcoming? Please advise. Looks beautiful!

    • autoimmunepaleo says

      Hi Christina,
      I think you have me confused with another autoimmune blogger, as I have never released a hard copy nor taken anyone’s money for it! I am sorry you paid for something months ago and never received it, that sounds frustrating! This is an ebook, and if you purchase you get the download immediately. :)


  3. Susan says

    The book is great! Gorgeous pics, simple and easy to follow recipes. I absolutely love the menu guide and shopping guide. I’m so glad you did this project. It comes at a good time for me; I hit a food slump and need some inspiration. Thanks!

  4. says

    I bought this right after it came out and also wanted to say thank you! I am not on the full AIP yet but I have fibromyalgia and I am pretty sure it is inevitable. It is SO nice to have recipes with no eggs, nuts or nightshades since they are in so many paleo dishes. The cookbook is just beautiful (I printed mine out at Staples and popped it in a binder) and can’t wait to make everything in it. Thank you again for investing so much time and energy in a project that helps so many other people.

  5. Kim says

    This cookbook was just the kick in the pants I needed! I’ve been paleo for about 3 months and have noticed some improvements but with my eczema still flaring up and some residual joint inflammation in my hands, I think I need to take my nutritional journey one step further. The book is stunning and so thoughtfully laid out with wonderfully clear and concise tips, plans and lists. For a busy mother of 2 with a full time job and volunteer commitments, this is a life saver! I tried the veggie chips tonight and they were great!
    Thanks for the lovely book…… (Now if we could only have the resources you do in the U.S. up here in the frozen Canadian north…… đŸ˜‰ )

  6. Casey says

    I’ve never been on your blog before, but your e-book has been promoted by a couple blogs/facebook pages I follow in the last few days. I’ve finally accepted that I need to cut nuts and nightshades out of my diet (the last things to be fully on the AIP), and I think the hardest part to me is I feel like I have to learn a new way of cooking. This is daunting as I’m about to have my second baby and had all these grand plans of bulk cooking, a lot of which I already have done (and of course all involve nightshades).
    Today, I bit the bullet and bought your cookbook, then went crazy and made three of your recipes to freeze for after the baby, just hoping for the best since I know I need to do the AIP. So, dinner tonight consisted of samples of the recipes and I have to say, I am VERY impressed. I feel excited now about this change thanks to this cookbook! Thanks so much for releasing it and I can’t wait to try more recipes in the coming weeks and months.

  7. says

    Hi Mickey! I’ve been following your blog for months and I’m finally ready to start the protocol. Your story really resonated with me when I read it, we are very similar in many ways! I have a blog and I’m now going to document my AIP month long journey! I don’t know how long I’ll do it, but I figure a month is a good starting point. I linked back to your log on my blog-I hope you don’t mind. You’re an huge inspiration to me. I don’t think I would have started this if it wasn’t for your blog, so thank you. I bought your book and I’m excited to try the recipes! Thanks again,

  8. Nicole says

    I just wanted to thank you for such a wonderful resource for those of us with AI disorders. I have been paleo for years but never was brave enough to take the plunge into the AI protocol even though I knew I really probably should. It was so overwhelming– and I’m not going to lie– more than a little depressing to be giving up so many more foods. Your cookbook gives me hope that there are still many many yummy things I CAN eat and restore my health at the same time. Thanks again!

    • autoimmunepaleo says

      You are welcome, and good luck Nicole! That was my goal with the book and I am so happy you find it useful.

  9. Kimba says

    Is this cookbook also soy free? Soy is another thing I have to avoid due to Hashimotos thyroiditis. Kim

  10. Tracey lL Donnelly says

    I have been trying to order the ebook but I keep getting a message that says I need to use a different debit card to order. I am confused why this keeps happening. I have tried to place an order 6 times and it never goes through. Help!!

    • says

      Hi Tracey, are you trying to use the “pay with credit card” section on indiegogo? It may not work with debit cards. If it isn’t going through, I would suggest scrolling down and using your card through paypal. If that doesn’t work, you might need to use a different card or set up paypal with your bank account. Sorry for your trouble :(


  11. pamby says

    Thank you for the amazing cookbook. I just started eating Paleo on October 1st. On October 2nd I read about the autoimmune protocol. I went into panic mode and wondered what I could eat. Thankfully I found your cookbook that very same day and bought it. It helped me to see that there were still plenty of options. I have been doing well and just wanted to say THANK YOU! Con I re-introduce some of these extra no-no foods? Or do I have to avoid them forever?


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