Paleo to Go, our NEW eBook is here!

 Introducing Our Newest eBook: Paleo to Go!

It's Finally Here!


Paleo To Go: Meals & Snacks for Work, School & Travel eBook is here! And to celebrate release week we’re offering 35% off the introductory price available only for ONE WEEK!


This incredible e-book has been a vision of ours for years. Upon our entrance into the paleo scene in 2010, we have been asked countless times how we make it actually work. To us, as a busy family of 5, making it work often means eating on the go. We always eat healthy meals and we always eat dinner together as a family, but in the hustle and bustle out the door to school and work often means “grab and go” food for breakfast and lunch. When we travel we like to feel our best, which means continuing to make the best food choices we can.

That’s why we’ve written Paleo To Go, to help all the busy folks who are eating on the go.

  • Our ON THE GO: A Healthy Meal in 3 Steps guide
  • Our take on My Plate, a paleo-friendly MY LUNCHBOX to help portion out a healthy lunchbox
  • Our IN THE BOX list: Ideas for Packing the Perfect Lunch guide, with recommendations (by categories used in My Lunchbox and the My Favorites Things list)
  • Our guide to using the right kind of storage containers, WHAT’S ON THE OUTSIDE MATTERS, TOO!
  • Our MY FAVORITES THINGS, a “no complain” list for the family to print, save, and use when packing lunches (printable)
  • Our guide to GRAB-AND-GO paleo-friendly convenience foods
  • Our SAMPLE LUNCHES section with 40+ complete and healthy snack and meal ideas, perfect for on-the-go
  • Over 50 delicious, simple, easy recipes to get you started on the right path
  • Recipe and Allergen Indexes, with over Resource guides to our RECOMMENDED EXPERTS, COMMUNITY, PRODUCTS WE LOVE and TOOLS WE USE
  • EXCLUSIVE COUPONS and DISCOUNTS to our favorite vendors and products

Our mission, since the realization that eating real foods on the go isn’t easy, has been to offer people tools that we wished we’d had along the way! As you can imagine, over 4 years we’ve answered the question on just how to make paleo work on-the-go a myriad of ways –including several episodes of our podcast, video blogs, blog posts and more. This ebook combines all of that information and knowledge with recipes, lunch ideas and more for an allergen-friendly guide that would help people survive a busy day with real food.

Paleo to Go Pages by Paleo Parents We’ve incorporated an allergen-friendly approach to Paleo To Go, similar to our approach in our bestselling printed book Eat Like a Dinosaur. Since so many schools are now going nut-free and many of our readers experience many food allergies or intolerance, we wanted to make a book that could accommodate everyone (well, as much as we could). The book covers both how we recommend avoiding allergens, as well as our work-around recommendations for replacing common troublesome paleo ingredients (like almond flour and eggs).

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 Each recipe includes a map to all of the allergens so that it’s easily identified is the recipe will work for you or your family!

Creamy Ranch Coleslaw from Paleo To Go by Paleo ParentsWe’ve got over 50 recipes, including some of our fan favorites and many new recipes – like this Perfect Roast Beef (not) Deli Meat!

  Perfect Roast Beef (not) Deli Meat from Paleo To Go by PaleoParents Perfect Roast Beef (not) Deli Meat from Paleo To Go on PaleoParents

And Cole’s new recipes for Ants on a Log with Homemade Sun Butter – easy enough for a kid to make themselves ♥

Ants on a Log with Homemade Sunbutter from Paleo To Go on PaleoParents

But it’s not only about recipes, Paleo To Go offers our recommendations on when and how to incorporate paleo-friendly convenience foods – including the companies we specifically use and recommend.

Grab and Go from Paleo To Go by Paleo Parents

We also snagged some exclusive coupons from some of our favorite vendors!

The coupon codes will be included when you purchase the eBook. 

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We included Caveman Cookies because they are the makers of some truly awesome Paleo Cookies that we send with our boys to school for them to have when a friend brings in Birthday treats that they can’t have. They love them!

If you haven’t tried an EPIC Grass Fed Protein Bar, you are missing out! Our favorite flavor is the Bison Bacon Cranberry, which is completely AIP friendly!

Abe’s Market is an awesome online store that has natural, organic, and eco-friendly products for the mindful shopper. Their Gluten-free and Paleo section is pretty large, and it is really easy to read all the ingredients and about the companies right on the shopping page.

One Stop Paleo Shop is another awesome online store, with exclusively Paleo products! My boys love it when I give them a dollar amount they can spend and then they get to choose how to spend it!

Stacy tried Mission Heirloom Yucan CRUNCH Chips while in California, and was hooked! AIP friendly too!


Best of all, Paleo To Go, has put together over 40 meal and snack ideas! These ideas include breakfast, lunch and snacks all perfect for taking on-the-go!

Snack and Meal Ideas from Paleo To Go by Paleo Parents

Last but not least, to ensure you can create these creative meal combinations yourself we’ve created an entire section with several guides and lists that include paleo-friendly foods by the ways you can think about packing your lunches (protein, fat, veggies & fruit). We’ve also included our take on My Lunchbox (a paleo-friendly lunch spin on the Government’s My Plate) to help you map out what to include in your lunch box. With a list of common and our favorite paleo foods as well as printables for your fridge to create your own favorite lists, lunch never has to be a struggle again!

Why an eBook?

This is digital answer to the question we get asked digitally nearly every day. And as a result, it means you get a family-friendly resource to use immediately. And, as new products emerge, we write new recipes we fall in love with and better ideas come to us you’ll have the advantage of lifetime updates! You will ALWAYS have the most up-to-date information and recommendations.

Need help putting the Paleo To Go PDF on your tablet, kindle or other device? We’ve got instructions HERE.

Don’t like eBooks?

Paleo To Go is YOURS for $16.95.  That’s over 85 pages of interactive awesomesauce, including over 50 recipes and 40 Meal & Snack Ideas to help your family succeed. But we know some of you don’t like eBooks or will want something in hand. GREAT NEWS! We’ve formatted Paleo To Go to be sized 8.5×11 so you can print it easily! 









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  • Veronica Hummel

    Thank you for this ebook! It’s awesome! I just bought it this morning and it’s already been helpful. I didn’t have anything at home to bring for lunch and after flipping through it I went to the grocery store and bought some healthy, delicious lunch stuff for today and tomorrow. Thanks for your inspiration!

  • silversabriel

    I bought the book in anticipation of its great usefulness, to my husband and myself, as well as our impending soon-to-be family of 3 (I am pregnant, 5 mos). It is beautiful and full of lots of good ideas. The first recipe I decided to try was the Energy Bars (p. 54 I think) for a camping trip this weekend. I made some assumptions because for the meat, it just said “95% lean beef”. I assumed ground beef, since the cashew-cranberry butter gets mixed in. I was able to get 90% lean ground beef at our co-op. I dehydrated about 12 hours and these definitely still had some “give”. Is there a different cut I should have gotten (heart, etc) and had it ground up by the butcher? Was this not supposed to be ground? I’d appreciate some help because your picture looks very good and what I’ve ended up with look more like beefy strips of leftover hamburger (I thought I made these thin enough but maybe not??). They smell great and we will use them (I ended up baking them for 10 min at 300 to get them done in the centers) but just wondering how I can re-create what is in the pic you provided, which looks more like a “jerky-with-tasty-add-ins”. Thanks much, Sallie

    • Yes you were right to use ground beef. We’ll make that more clear in the future.

      So the issue with making bars like this is that fat does not dehydrate and won’t effectively drain out at the low temperatures of the dehydrator. While perfectly edible, it won’t be as portable or palatable if there’s still a lot of fat content in it. That’s why we recommend at least 95% lean, which we realize is counter intuitive to many paleo eaters and also not the most common mix. It may need to be special ordered. They do also need to be fairly thin. I think we say 1/4″ in the book?

      Hope that helps. It was a fun experience to work out how to get these to happen for us, and we hope you’ll be enjoying them soon.


      • silversabriel

        Thanks – that’s helpful. The ebook says 1/2″ but in the future I’ll go for 1/4″ or “as thin as possible”! And 95% lean ground meat of some kind. I’ll have to see if our co-op or local butcher has suggestions about the cut/custom orders like that. Thanks – Sallie

  • Sarah

    I have all your cookbooks even the 3 phase paleo. Are these all new recipes or just a collaboration of your first books?