One of my favorite sections of Instagram is looking at amazing close-up #foodporn shots that can be very tempting for hungry scrollers. Food bloggers that photographs restaurant foods are great, but what if I tell you that some of these bloggers also share their secret recipes for these beautifully decorated, delicious meals?
I love getting recipe inspirations from Instagram food bloggers. You can find anything from typical western meals, vegan, Asian, all the way to Mediterranean and Paleo diets; Instagram has it all! And most importantly, it’s all free!
Here are some of our favorite Instagrammers to follow for your day-to-day recipe inspirations:
1. Aleyda (@thedishonhealthy)
leyda is one of the most creative food bloggers out there. She provides you with combinations of nutritious foods that you have probably never heard or thought of before. Her variety of food ranges from vegan Lo Mien, Blueberry Peach Cobb-Style Salad, Shrimp Rainbow Bowl, and more! She also has some of the most delicious healthy dessert options for you baking lovers, including blueberry muffins, s’ mores cookie skillet and lots of others! We can assure you that you would NOT be able to resist trying at least one of her recipes.
2. Seasoned by Jin (@seasonedbyjin)
Craving for some homemade Asian dishes on your plate? Worry not! Seasoned by Jin gives you a variety of healthy Asian dishes from Thai-Style Perilla Fried Chicken, Korean Stir-Fried Kimchi with Tofu, Chinese Crispy Roast Duck, all the way to Japanese Udon Noodle Soup! Are you a sweet tooth? You can also check out her Asian dessert recipes such as her Korean Bungeoppang or the famous fish-shaped buns!
3. Catherine (@plantbasedrd)
Catherine is a dietician/food blogger that can be a great go-to if you are just starting out on your vegan diet journey. Aside from tasty, mouthwatering vegan recipes, Catherine also has her very own Vegan 101 series where she explains everything about the vegan diet. From meal planning, having a balanced plate, nutrition in a vegan diet, and how to get started all from a dietitian perspective. Overall, her account is super informative and science-based, perfect for those looking to learn more about veganism!
4. Yukiko Tanzi (@foodie.yuki)
Yukiko is a heart transplant survivor living in Switzerland that teaches you how to make the cutest, most instagrammable desserts you can find out there! If you don’t believe me, go and check out her Instagram profile where you can find pink and purple-themed desserts of all kinds of shapes and sizes. Some of her signature dishes include vegan summer galette, vegan lemon madeleines, and easy lemon blueberry loaf cake.
5. Natasha Diddee (@thegutlessfoodie)
Natasha is also your go-to account if you are looking for some South Asian dishes to try. She is an inspirational speaker that lost her stomach to a tumor, hence her account name @thegutlessfoodie. However, that doesn’t stop her from her foodie adventures and countless exciting recipe ideas on her blog!
6. Claire Cary (@eatwithclarity)
For those vegan, vegetarian, and paleo diet lovers out there, Claire Cary’s Instagram also a must to check out for endless recipe ideas. Some of her cuisines range from gluten-free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, homemade chickpea burgers, and gluten-free chocolate cake. She also has a homemade srawberry margaritas recipe if you’re looking for some fun!
7. Jeeca (@thefoodietakesflight)
If you’re currently on a vegan/vegetarian diet and are looking for some simple yet amazingly tasty recipes that you try at home, then make sure to check this! Jeeca also will provide you with vegan recipe alternatives for some of your favorite food, starting from Cabbage and Noodle Buns to Crispy Tofu and Eggplant Katsu! Her recipes are some of the most creative we’ve seen, so make sure to try them out.
8. Kalpana Sareesh (@lifewithspices)
Kalpana is also one of our favorite food bloggers that specializes mainly in South Asian cuisines. So, if you would like to try some of her spice-rich recipes, check out her Instagram! Her color variety of dishes range from Noolkol Thoran, capsicum salad, to Kala Channa Masala in thinned tomato-based curry. You can also find anything from breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert ideas!
So, are you interested in trying out some of these recipes? Let us know!
If you would like to try out some of Eatology’s very own favorite recipes, try these out!
1. Salmon Pan-Fried Recipe
2. Healthy Salmon Recipe
3. Healthy Meatballs and Fettuccine Recipe
4. Ketogenic Recipe Zucchini Roll