Angela Liddon has shared over 500 plant-based recipes on her blog for the past 6 years. She started Oh She Glows to write about her recovery from an eating disorder and the transformation that food has made in her life. Her blog now has over 1 million unique readers every month and has become her full-time career.
The life of Ella Woodward changed the day that she was diagnosed with an illness that forced her to radically change her diet. She can’t eat meat, dairies, eggs or products that contain gluten or processed food. These restrictions made her innovate and she created a blog. She’s also a writer for the British newspaper The Telegraph, where she writes about healthy food.
Sonja and Alex are a husband and wife who develop recipes in their home in Indianapolis and publish them in their blog along with beautiful pictures. They make a perfect team, Sonja is a writer and Alex is a photographer, she takes care of the recipe and blog posts writing and he takes care of the pictures and the website design/back end. Check it out for delicious healthy recipes.
Sprouted Kitchen is made by another couple, Sara and Hugh. She takes care of recipe development and he takes care of photography. Their recipes are based on natural ingredients, such as whole grains and healthy fats, as well as seasonal ingredients, and they look delicious! Stunning photographs also help.
A blog written by Sarah Britton, a holistic nutritionist. Check it out for simple and delicious dishes based on whole foods. Her recipes revolve around her plant-based way of eating. She is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner and she created her blog because she “wanted to set up a non-biased space for people to come and learn about how to take better care of themselves through diet and lifestyle”.
Tess Ward discovered her passion for cooking while at university. After completing her degree, she decided to study at Le Cordon Bleu, the world’s largest culinary and hospitality education institution. She’s worked at restaurants like The River Cottage or at The Ritz, and she now runs her website full time and works as a freelance food, lifestyle and travel writer.
A blog where you will find “humble, wholesome recipes and meanderings on life, love, loss and the stuff in-between”. Kelsey and her husband Shaun are behind it. The stunning photographs will make you want to eat every recipe.
Are you vegan or are you considering going vegan? Then Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes is the blog you’re looking for. Heather started her blog in 2011 after becoming vegan and realising that her new eating habits were helping her heal from an illness she had been suffering from.
US dietitian Kath Younger is one of the country’s longer-established healthy cooking bloggers. She began in 2006 to document her weight-loss efforts, she then started a photolog of her recipes and meals and finally switched to what is now katheats.com. You can find a myriad of suggestions for all times of day in her blog, giving you everything you need for a balanced, delicious diet. Her specialism, however, is oatmeal breakfasts.
Anjali Shah redefines a derogatory term in her blog The Picky Eater, where she asserts that scrutinizing ingredients and choosing nutrients carefully is sensible, not fussy. An advocate of healthy food that is tasty, she encourages readers to make healthier versions of the foods they already love. Her recipes incorporate numerous world cuisines and her light-hearted, humorous writing style makes them a lot of fun to follow.