Last Updated 15/11/2017
Moving up to first place is Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, which was created by mother-of-three and Canadian ex-pat Elizabeth, to share her love of cooking and coming up with new recipes. Elizabeth creates interesting and unique dishes, including her spooky Halloween lamb sausage roll mummies; macadamia, mango and white chocolate cookies; and a variety of vegetarian dishes, such as a butternut squash and chickpea masala curry.
Dannii Martin started writing her blog Hungry Healthy Happy (HHH) in 2011 to document her journey towards a more healthy and balanced lifestyle after having a health scare. After writing the blog on her own for five years, Dannii is now joined on the blog by her partner Dave, who is an avid baker, and there she features their baby Avery in a dedicated family section. HHH focuses on how you can still enjoy consuming and experimenting with healthy food, and provides a round-up of Dannii’s creations using seasonal ingredients.
3. Eats Amazing
New to our ranking is Eats Amazing by Grace Hall. Eats Amazing is a fun, creative blog that provides interesting recipe ideas to try with kids and easy to follow tutorials. Grace has a focus on bento-style lunches which she prepares for her son, and offers ideas for parents to make healthy and fun meals for their children, especially when it comes to getting kids to eat their greens.
Established by Ella Mills (née Woodward), Deliciously Ella has grown into a well-known blog and brand, which now includes a deli business, cookbooks and a range of cereals and snacks. Ella’s blog first started as a place for her to share healthy, plant-based recipes, when she was diagnosed with a chronic illness which limited her dietary options. She continues to post healthy and hearty meals, inspiring readers to improve their diets.
On a mission to find ‘new scintillating recipes’, Michelle created her blog Greedy Gourmet to create mouth-watering recipes, as she felt there were a lack of restaurants in the Essex area. Since setting up her blog, Michelle has switched careers from programming to food photography and devises recipes for starters, mains, desserts and snacks. As someone who is wheat and milk intolerant, Michelle uses her blog to offer recipes for people who have special dietary requirements, suitable for the whole family.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Greedy Gourmet.
6. A Mummy Too
Founded by Emily Leary in 2011, A Mummy Too shares daily recipes, tips and guides for readers who are interested in creating beautiful and tasty dishes. Emily decided to go full time in 2013, leaving a career in digital marketing behind and now focuses on the blog, as well as running workshops and freelancing as a columnist. A Mummy Too features easy-to-follow, exciting recipes for readers to try at home and is completely family-friendly. In addition to writing about food, Emily also shares sections on lifestyle, travel and family.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with A Mummy Too.
My Fussy Eater was founded by mother-of-two Ciara Attwell, as an outlet to share her healthy food ideas and recipes, and to find a way to cure her three-year-old daughter of ‘fussy eating syndrome’. Sharing tips and treats with other parents to help combat fussy eating, Ciara provides a range of weekly meal plans with healthy and simple to follow recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, to make sure that her kids are getting the nutrients they need.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with My Fussy Eater.
Founded by cheese-loving vegetarian Becca, Amuse Your Bouche is a place to find simple vegetarian recipes. Describing herself as a twenty-something living in Hertfordshire, Becca uses her blog to present delicious dishes such as creamy curries, desserts and even gluten-free and vegan dishes. The blog is designed for vegetarians who are on the hunt for inspiration for light lunches, side dishes, mains desserts and snacks, and offers nutritional facts alongside every recipe.
Want to learn more about this blog? Read our blogger spotlight with Amuse Your Bouche.
9. Pinch of Nom
The Pinch of Nom blog was launched in 2016 by partners Kay and Kate, after embarking on their Slimming World journey. The idea to start the blog was born after the pair established that there was a need for tried and tested Slimming World recipes, to help themselves and others while trying to shed the pounds. The blog is ideal for those who want to learn new recipes, and provides a range of different meals, advice and exclusive offers on key ingredients.
The Wallflower Kitchen was created in 2012 as a place for Aimee Ryan to store her recipes, while inspiring her to cook more often. Since starting the blog, Aimee has become vegan, and now uses the Wallflower Kitchen to share vegan-friendly recipes with her followers. The blog is home to a multitude of different meal ideas, guides including ’21 Easy Vegan Weeknight Dinners’ and a detailed recipe index to help you find a variety of different snacks, desserts, mains, sides and starters.
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Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these food blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.