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Most people think food bloggers are pro chefs with or without a restaurant. I know it takes time and patience to create a work of art. We all know we’re only going to eat it; why not consume a delicious dessert or a tasty veggie burger with an artistic look? Food bloggers are chefs that usually cook from the heart of their homes. The best part is that you can relate to real people who know what it’s like. At the beginning of your cooking journey to have no clue what to do.
The lovely part of Instagram is you can easily find inspiration. You’ll find a food blogger that made your mouth watery from one shot of a piece of chocolate lava cake. Why not try for yourself and make dinner that you won’t have to fake to make? Instead of telling someone you made it. Honestly, it came from a fast-food box. The good thing about cooking your own food is it’s not only healthier but also saves more money.
Here are eight food bloggers to follow on Instagram in 2020
Katie shares delicious baking recipes that make homemade baking easier than ever. Her salted maple pecan is a healthy dessert to keep on hand, and her banana oatmeal breakfast cookies are not only gluten-free but deliver a flavor you won’t forget. Follow her on Instagram.
It’s All Good Vegan
Marissa is the brains behind this blog and her love for animals gave her the idea of meatless meals. Believing that you can still get proteins from other food categories not including meat. She creates vegan recipes that are heavy on fruits, vegetables, grains, and healthy fats. Follow her on Instagram.
Eat With Clarity
Claire, a food photographer, posts realistic, healthy recipes that are perfect for a variety of occasions (like a yummy homemade veggie burger!). Follow her on Instagram. The recipes are wholesome and fresh, and no meals are too difficult.
Joyful Home Cooking
If you didn’t think cooking was an art form then you might rethink that. Joyce’s recipes are artistic enough that would definitely catch attention. She has photos for, gluten-free recipes, dairy-free recipes, vegan, sugar-free recipes, and much more. On Instagram, you’ll find creative photos taken straight from her home kitchen. Follow her on Instagram.
Jordan is a Baltimore based food blogger who loves food. Her cooking is ideal for families and friends. There are a variety of recipes on her blog and Instagram if you want something to enjoy on your chill day off! Follow her on Instagram.
Jess shares healthy, easy friendly recipes that are made with wholesome plant base ingredients (think “Vietnamese noodles” and “snicker chia pudding”). Her feed is great for any food lover trying to give vegetarian food the same appreciation as meat. Follow Choosing Chia on Instagram.
Lisa is someone who likes cooking delicious food but doesn’t like to spend hours in the kitchen. That’s why she creates easy to make recipes where a majority of her ingredients are simple. She has meals and beverages recipes so there’s no need to go to a different site. Follow her on Instagram
Chungah recipes are healthy-focused and guaranteed to impress. The majority of her ingredients are simple and classy such as the slow cooker pot roast. On her blog and Instagram feed, you’ll also find cooking tips and photo inspiration! Follow her on Instagram.
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