25 Food Bloggers We Love (and Their 25 Best Recipes)
I have a confession: I think I may be addicted to recipes.
I have approximately 200 cookbooks, there’s at least three different food-related publications arriving on my doorstep each month, and my iPad allows me to receive all my favorite foreign magazines (oh hey GoodFood and Donna Hay Magazine!) plus long lost friends like Gourmet. I have boxes upon boxes of torn out recipes from airplane magazines, old newspapers, and magazines from years past. And needless to say, my Google Reader is chockablock full of some of the most incredible food blogs I’ve ever seen.
I realized I couldn’t keep these all to myself, so I’d like to share 25 of my favorite food bloggers with you. And let me know who some of your favorites are in the comments below—there’s always room to add a few more to my reading list!
Still as mouthwateringly good as they were when they first started blogging.
Try her Kefta and Zucchini Kebabs
Try his Warm Sticky Toffee Pudding
Not exactly newcomers, but still fresh on the scene, these bloggers will surely put a rumbly in your tumbly.
Try her S’mores Cake in a Jar
Try her Chicken Parmesan Wraps
Try her Slutty Brownies
10. A Cozy Kitchen
The perfect antidote to the afternoon sugar crash.
11. Joy the Baker
Try her Smiley Face Cake Pops
Try her Apple Cinnamon Doughnuts
Try her Spiced Maple Rum Brownies
Try her Ultimate Peanut Butter Cup Cake
Looks Good Enough to Eat
These food photographers are so good I may or may not have licked the computer screen.
17. Spoon Fork Bacon
Try their Baked Asparagus Fries
Try their Sriracha Bloody Mary
19. Honey + Jam
Try her Sour Cherry Jam
Try her Farmhouse Tres Leches Cake
Get your veg (or vegan) on.
Try her Creamy Tomato Garlic Hummus Dip
22. Oh She Glows
23. 101 Cookbooks
Try her Nettle Pasta
24. Naturally Ella
About The Author
Niki comes to us from the financial world, but she’s an online girl at heart. After graduating from Cal, she spent a couple of years traveling and working (Ireland – NY – OC) before finally making it back to San Francisco to pursue a career in business and marketing. An avid fan of handwritten thank you notes, Niki also loves fresh flowers for any occasion, the sound of being underwater, and she firmly believes ketchup bottles do not belong on the breakfast table. When she’s not Musing, you can find her on her blog, wandering around the Ferry Building in San Francisco, or with her nose in a ridiculously addicting YA book.