5 Inspiring Food Blogs
These 5 inspiring food blogs are some of the best out there and they’re all incredible resources and for living your best, healthiest and most delicious life.
I’m constantly inspired by all of them to eat more local, organic foods, to try new recipes and of course, to improve and build my own blog. If you’ve never visited these blogs, you’re in for a real treat. If you have, then it’s just a reminder of how lovely and inspiring these 5 real food champions really are! Enjoy!
Check out these 5 Inspiring Food Blogs
Browsing through Sarah’s gorgeous food blog makes me want to visit the farmer’s market, cook wholesome meals, improve my photography skills and study holistic nutrition…all at once. You can hear her passion for real food coming through her writing and amazing photography. She’s the real deal and I love that she rather than labelling herself a vegan, vegetarian or otherwise, she rather calls herself a “person who eats!” I like it.
That being said she eats almost entirely organic food and mostly vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts and seeds and as a result most of the recipes on her blog are made from these simple, whole food ingredients.
Recipes to Try:
First of all, my favourite thing about Ashley’s blog is the photography. It’s simple, clean and beautiful. In addition to the gorgeous photos, Edible Perspective is an amazing resource for vegan and vegetarian recipes.
Recipes to try:
- Cranberry Swirl Walnut Butter
- Pumpkin Pie Milkshake with Cinnamon Maple Coconut Whipped Cream
- Tofu Stuffing Vegan Quiche
Ashley even has a beautiful cookbook out titled:
I’d highly recommend adding her lovely blog to your reading list, even if you don’t make her recipes, her writing and photography are enough to keep you coming back for more.
Love and Lemons by Jeanine was actually one of the first food blogs I discovered when I began delving into the world of healthy living blogs. I was immediately in love with the clean design of the her site and the simple, yet captivating food photography.
At Love and Lemons they’re all about the vegetables, again Jeanine doesn’t label herself vegan or vegetarian, but is rather about sharing ideas and inspiration on how to make veggies taste amazing.
Many of the recipes are vegan though, or can easily be adapted, therefore it’s a great resource to bookmark when you’re stuck for a dinner idea.
Recipes to try:
I’m kind of in love with Mckel from Nutrition Stripped. First of all, how awesome is the name Mckel?! Secondly, her blog is amazing and her food philosophies are nothing short of inspiring.
Nutrition Stripped is your stripped-down guide to an unprocessed lifestyle. She shares her passion for all things nutrition and wellness, in addition to wonderful, whole food recipes and simple ways to nourish your body and live well.
I think she has it absolutely right with her philosophies. She believes in eating unprocessed, local, organic real food. She believes in eating a diet high in plant foods and if you consume animals, making sure they’re been humanely raised and fed natural diets. Furthermore, she suggests enjoying food in mindfulness, which is something I think is so important, especially in the fast-paced society we now live in. I think Nutrition Stripped should be required reading for anyone interested in living well, you can’t help but be captivated by her passion and the stunning photos of the simplest plant-based foods.
Recipes to try:
- Acai Berry Bowl
- Cinnamon Sweet Potato Truffles
- Simply Infused Water
- Roasted Carrots with Sweet Tahini Drizzle
If you’ve never visited Cookie and Kate, you’re missing out. You’ll want to add this blog to your reading list, bookmark it and Pin about a 1000 recipes on your first visit. Cookie and Kate is all about celebrating real, sustainable food that delights the senses and nourishes the body.
Her recipes are all vegetarian and there are a wealth of options for every meal of the day, and then some. It’s a great place to browse whether you’re a long time vegetarian or just looking to reduce your consumption of animal products.
She also has some great resources for new bloggers:
Like the 4 blogs listed above, the food photography is spectacular, the recipes are wholesome and the writing is authentic.
Recipes to try:
- Gluten-Free Pear Cranberry Crisp
- Vegetarian Tortilla Soup
- Summer Squash Tacos with Avocado Chimichurri Sauce
If you haven’t visited these 5 inspiring food blogs yet, check them out and take a moment to let them know you appreciate all their hard work! Blogging is a lot of work but if these ladies are anything like me, the reward far outweighs the effort.
Connecting with readers, sharing knowledge and experience and meeting new people makes blogging all worth it and it’s that passion for wholesome food and helping people that really shines through in these bloggers recipes, writing and photography.