Best food blogs to follow
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Choosing which food blogs to follow can be overwhelming. Scrolling through all those recipes and mouthwatering photos would take eons. And deciphering nutrition fact from fiction and personal anecdotes from expert-backed advice is no easy task.
As the name suggestions, Minimalist Baker focuses on high quality but simple food and all the recipes use less than 10 ingredients and take less than half an hour to make - perfect! Many of the recipes are also dairy free, vegan and/or gluten free meaning they are ideal for those with special dietary requirements.
The Boy Who Bakes
As the winner of series one of the The Great British Bake Off, it’s no surprise that Edd Kimber’s blog, The Boy Who Bakes is packed to the brim with beautiful baking recipes but there are also some delicious looking dinner ideas and summery drinks suggestions - don’t miss out!
A Mummy Too
A Mummy Too is much more than just a foodie blog with parenting tips and family travel ideas as well as lifestyle inspiration from interiors to balancing the books. The food section is well worth a look and is packed with lots of restaurant and takeaway reviews plus tasty recipes that will please the whole family.
Our Food Stories
The creation of photographer and food styling duo, Laura and Nora, Our Food Stories is a dangerously addictive blog that will have you reaching for your apron in no time! Filled with gorgeous atmospheric photographs and recipes for all occasions – with an emphasis on cakes and pastries – this is fast becoming one of our favourite foodie destinations.
Back in 2003, Heidi Swanson launched 101 Cookbooks with the goal of cooking through her monstrous collection of recipe books. More than 10 years later, the blog (which we want to live in, it’s so gorgeous) focuses on natural, whole foods and Heidi’s travels. Naturally it has won multiple awards, been featured in countless publications, and even turned into two bestselling cookbooks. Her latest, Near & Far: Recipes Inspired by Home and Travel, came out in late 2015.
Food to Glow
Whole foods and natural ingredients are the mainstay of Food to Glow where health educationalist and nutrition advisor, Kellie, shares recipes that are both delicious and packed with benefits. Whether you prefer a gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan diet, there is plenty of inspiration to be found here!
Adventures in Cooking
Oregon-based photographer and food blogger Eva of Adventures in Cooking creates gorgeous home-grown dishes that make us instantly hungry! From simple suppers to more sophisticated pastry, there is something for everyone, there are even some stylish interior posts there too, all shot in Eva’s signature naturally-lit style.
Call me Cupacake
Sweet tooth? Then look no further than the beautifully shot, seriously inspiring Call me Cupacake. Swedish food blogger Linda Lomelino’s blog is an absolute delight to peruse, filled with gorgeous imagery and mouth-watering cakes and bakes for all occasions, just look at this Pear and Cardamom Cake!
Half Baked Harvest
Tieghan Gerrard began Half Baked Harvest in her teens and has fast become a serious online foodie hotspot. From her beautiful barn style kitchen/pantry, Tieghan creates delicious recipes which are enjoyed by her whole family, our favourites include this chocolate and cinnamon brioche and this mouth-watering risotto alternative.
Poires au Chocolat
Running since 2009, Poires au Chocolat is a haven of cakes, biscuits, puddings and tasty treats! From detailed posts on baking techniques to beautifully shot recipes complete with video guides – this is a must-visit for budding bakers of all abilities!
Running on Real Food
Raw almond chocolate chip cookies, pumpkin spice latte granola, vegan tofu and cashew fried rice—workout fuel has never looked so good. Written by an avid triathlete and certified trainer, Running on Real Food covers nutritionally dense foods and fitness in a relatable way. Best of all, the author’s healthy-eating philosophy is an open door: “There’s no right or wrong way to eat healthy… We’re all different with different nutritional requirements; however we all need to eat whole, nutritious foods. Start there.” We couldn’t have said it better