I love food. I mean who doesn’t. I’m the type of person who will watch cooking shows for enjoyment and to learn a few tips (Top Chef is my favorite). Crazy enough, in college, I started cooking more. Mainly, I got to try to cook something different (the groceries weren’t always available for this). Allrecipes was and still is my go-to recipes site.
After a while, the laziness has kicked (back) in, and it’s easier to grab something to eat somewhere. I don’t cook as much, and if I do it’s usually something quick. I’ve been thinking about composing a list of food bloggers. Food bloggers will help ignite a fire within to start trying out different recipes (for me at least). There are great food bloggers on this list. I wanted to have some food bloggers who have a variety of foods for people to try. There are some bloggers on this list who have blogs about vegan, vegetarian, soul food, sweets, French food, etc. I wanted there to be a diversity of the type of food blogs to choose from and try.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Make sure to show them some love as well. Comment on their posts, like them, share, pin, tweet, etc.
The Vegan Seed – I’ve noticed people becoming vegan in order to maintain better health. It’s a new experience changing what you eat so recipes to help maintain is a must. The Vegan Seed has thirteen different categories of recipes to help vegans and new vegans stay on the right track. The owner of The Vegan Seed Jennifer, who is also a health coach, has a blog where she provides insight about essential oils, answers questions about foods we eat, and more. Find out more information and purchase her cookbook here: The Vegan Seed Cookbook.
Divas Can Cook – Monique is your Southern belle who provides a site full of home cooked meals as well as desserts. Monique provides her viewers with step by step videos on how to cook her dishes. Her recipes range from teaching you how to cook mac and cheese for one, creamy white chicken chili, tea cakes, and plenty more. Monique has her Thanksgiving recipes posted so make sure to check her out to have your holiday dish ready for your family to try. Here’s a recipe for Oven Fried Chicken Drumsticks. It’s healthier and will come out crispy like it has been pan fried.
Vanilla Sugar – Have a sweet tooth and want to try something different? Try one of Vanilla Sugar’s recipes. Any style of sweets imaginable is listed on Vanilla Sugar. There are a variety of recipes on how to make cookies, pies, bars, cakes, etc. but with a twist. Vanilla Sugar’s recipes are assorted with flavor. Tis the season for pumpkin-flavored food and drinks, and Vanilla Sugar has you covered. There are recipes such as NYC Style Pumpkin Crumb Cake, Pumpkin Pop Tarts, and more.
French Cooking for Dummies – Looking for some authentic French cuisine? Try French Cooking for Dummies. There’s a mix of simple French dishes as well as traditional French recipes to try. Frech Cooking for Dummies has there food listed as vegetarian, appetizers, main dishes, and more. There’s a variety of recipes to choose from. Go over to their site to find the best recipes for you. Try an original French dessert Profiteroles.
BSugarMama – Nicole has a collection of breakfast, dinner, cocktails, and more recipes for you to choose from. She provides her readers with recipe videos, blog posts on love, marriage, and other family-related posts. If you’re a fan a chili, you might want to try BSugarMama’s recipe above for Chili Cornbread Casserole.
The LmZ Kitchen – The LmZ Kitchen is an immediate scene of colorful pictures with tons of Nigerian recipes. There are various different categories of recipes to try from plantains, seafood, rice, stew, along with over ten more categories of recipes. Do you like plantains? Try plantain pancakes for breakfast.
Marshmallows and Margaritas – This blog is about making life a little bit more fabulous. Jen is a diversified woman who has been to many places in the states and some countries. Jen’s blog doesn’t solely cover recipes. She has categories about fashion, fun, books, DIY, beauty and more. There are some many recipes to choose from whether it be candy, sauces, cookies, food for the holidays, etc. It’s on the list. Recipe to try: Sopapilla Cheesecake Bars.
Joanne – Eats Well With Others – Are you a vegetarian? Joanne – Eats Well With Others would be for you. Is a blog for vegetarians that provides a variety of food that is interesting and colorful to try. Joanne provides foods such as soups, salads, pizzas, pasta, and move. Try their Baked Zucchini Macaroni and Cheese recipe.
Pinch Of Yum – Pinch of Yum is a well-known blog site. Lindsay provides readers with an assortment of recipes to choose from. Readers can receive an eBook with twenty-five of Pinch of Yum’s top recipes. There are blogger resources for those who are trying to start their own blog. Viewers can also shop for their cooking needs on the site. Baby, it’s getting cold outside. Try Pinch of Yum’s recipe for Golden Soup to stay warm.
TriniGourmet – Sarina brings a mixture of Jamaica and Trinidad right to your kitchen with TriniGourmet. Her blog provides an assortment of recipes that match her Carribean roots. TriniGourmet includes recipes for vegetarians, vegans, and those who are looking for gluten-free meals. There are a few Asian persuasion recipes also listed. Want to try a Trinidadian dish? Here is a local street dish Trinidad Doubles.
The Healthy Home Cook – If you’re looking for some healthy recipes, look no further than The Healthy Home Cook. Julie provides viewers with tips on living healthy for yourself and for your kids. She provides her readers with a selection of nutritious recipes that are low in fat, dairy, and gluten-free. Do you like wraps? Here’s a recipe for grilled chicken pesto wrap.
BrokeAss Gourmet – Are you looking for something different to cook and you’re on a budget? Gabi with BrokeAss Gourmet is the place to go. She provides dozen of recipes all under $20. If you’re a college student or living on your own, I would highly recommend visiting this site. Check out Gabi’s book selection and some of her recipes to see if it’s something you would like to try. If you have a guest coming over or you just want to try something different try Brokeass Gourmet’s Lemonade – BlueBerry Sparklers that you can make for only $9.
If you know of a food blogger, cookbooks, or recipes that others would be interested in, feel free to leave the information in the comments section.