The Dairy-Free eBook Store and Printables

I have discontinued our Dairy-Free Product Lists. However, I now have more fantastic resources for you! Both of my books are fully updated and now available in print and via all major ebook retailers. And we have a new section for helpful ebooks and printables. For products, see our product listing section. We add new products to it regularly.

The Best Dairy-Free eBooks

If you are dairy-free, dairy-low, or even considering reducing dairy in your diet, then these are the complete resources for you.

GO DAIRY FREE 2nd Edition (dairy-free ebook versions)

Go Dairy Free 2nd Edition (dairy-free ebook) - the best-selling guide and cookbook available in print and ebook formats This is the Best-Selling Guide & Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. Even if you have the 1st edition of Go Dairy Free, you are going to want this book! It now has over 250 recipes, expanded dairy substitution guides, updated information, tons of new tips, and much more. Get it from:

If you prefer a print copy, Go Dairy Free 2nd Edition is available in a jumbo-sized paperback via all major booksellers. This includes Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

EAT DAIRY FREE 1st Edition (dairy-free ebook versions)

Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets (dairy-free ebook version)This is Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. You can enjoy this as a stand-alone, full-color cookbook, or as a supplement to Go Dairy Free. It includes 110 original recipes, each with a photo and a focus on nutritious whole foods. No dairy substitutes needed for these delicious, from scratch eats. Get it from:

Eat Dairy Free is a full color cookbook that is also available in print via all major booksellers. This includes Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Free Dairy-Free Guides & Printables

We are continuing to work on helpful printables and guides, but here is what we currently have available.


Go Dairy Free Diet & Health JournalOur Diet & Health Journal was created in conjunction with the Dairy-Free Challenge, to help identify if a dairy-free lifestyle may be beneficial for you. However, it is also an excellent tool for diet tracking in weight loss efforts, to report to your physician, in addressing potential food sensitivities, or in pursuit of a generally healthy diet. If you are taking the Dairy-Free Challenge, we highly recommend utilizing Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook to answer questions and assist in meal planning.The journal includes two weeks (14 days) worth of pages for logging your diet, symptoms, and other notes.

We will add more dairy-free ebook and guide resources here as we make them!