Tieghan cooks and photographs everything from veggie-packed rainbow bowls to indulgent desserts. Nothing’s off limits (and we kind of like that).
If you hadn’t already guessed from her account name, Lily Kunin tries to navigate a healthy lifestyle while living in the city that never sleeps. Here she documents her daily NYC eats, one colourful meal after another.
We love Aussie Sneh Roy’s blog (so much so, we featured one of her amazing pasta recipes here) and her Instagram is just as mouth-watering. Sneh’s blog is all about nourishing your body with wholesome ingredients and the occasional mind-blowing treat thrown in for sanity’s sake.
David Frankiel has authored two cookbooks since launching his blog so it’s safe to say he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to vegetarian food. His feed is a mishmash of beautifully photographed dishes, with a few glimpses into his life thrown in for good measure.
The youngest of the bunch, Moky is 18 years old living in Italy. Her feed is a tribute to a plant-based diet as colourful as her home nation.
Grace describes herself as a “chef and writer” but she’s also a pretty awesome photographer. If you’re into that imperfect, rustic sort of food photography, this is your girl.
It may not be a “health” blog per se, but Deb Perelman’s hearty, family-style meals (like these broccoli fritters) still focus on a balanced life with quality ingredients and lots of veggies. Her blog, with plenty of insights into her food-centred family, is also a must-read.
Ella Woodward gave up meat, dairy, sugar and gluten for health reasons and her blog was a way of documenting the (delicious-looking) recipes she created that fit into her new diet.
If you’re not one of the 2.8 million people following Jamie Oliver already, then you’re seriously missing out. The man is passionate about healthy home cooking and his feed is seriously inspiring.