Last Updated 14/11/2018
Moving into first place is Hungry Healthy Happy. Created by Dannii Martin back in 2011, the blog was originally started as a way to document her weight loss and share healthy recipes that were still tasty. Dannii creates all the recipes herself for Hungry Healthy Happy, so readers can be sure that they’re tried and tested and delicious, and for fans of something sweeter, Dannii’s husband Dave, aka The Bearded Baker, posts his dessert and cake recipes with a healthy twist. With two books under her belt there’s no stopping Dannii as she continues to help people discover healthy meals without compromising on taste.
Canadian expat Elizabeth Atia, creator of Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, is considered one of the most northerly bloggers in the UK. Elizabeth originally started her blog in 2011 as a way to share her love of baking as a distraction while studying for her Life Sciences degree. Now a graduate with a First Class Honours degree and one of the go-to food blogs, Elizabeth continues to share a variety of recipes, ranging from the unusual sounding Halloween rye and caraway black bread to super easy kale and almond pesto.
Amuse Your Bouche is the creation of Becca Heyes, a cheese-loving vegetarian who discovered her real love of experimenting with food when she taught herself to cook at university. Becca is a self-confessed lazy person so all the recipes featured on Amuse Your Bouche are quick and easy to make, perfect for anyone who’s new to the vegetarian lifestyle. Amuse Your Bouche is split into easy to navigate sections, so whether you’re planning your first veggie dinner party or your looking to spice up your lunch you’ll find plenty of inspiration here.
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Ciara Attwell started My Fussy Eater back in 2014 in an attempt to get her daughter to eat a more varied diet. Packed with hundreds of fun recipes and easy-to-follow meal plans, My Fussy Eater has plenty of ideas about how to get kids excited about eating different foods and trying new things. With a helpful section dedicated to special diets, Ciara has plenty of recipes for those with allergies or restricted diets, so whether your family is trying the veggie way of life or is gluten intolerant you’ll find something the everyone can enjoy.
5. Eats Amazing
Grace Hall is the founder of Eats Amazing, sharing easy-to-follow tutorials and family-friendly recipes that guarantee to make food fun for your kids. Eats Amazing encourages readers to get creative with meals, from edible monster wands to spooky spider cupcakes, you’ll find it hard to keep your kids out of the kitchen. Grace also shares ideas of how to make the classic lunchbox more enjoyable for both the parent and the child, creating tasty and healthy bento boxes for kids.
Ella Woodward started her now hugely famous blog, Deliciously Ella, back in 2012 after being diagnosed with Postural Tachycardia Syndrome. Ella decided to manage her condition by changing to a plant-based diet and share her journey with readers through Deliciously Ella. Now with its very own app, cookbook, and product range sold in leading supermarkets, Ella has truly brought her blog to life, she even has a deli where you can sample some of her favourite recipes before you have a go at home.
7. A Mummy Too
A Mummy Too was created by Emily Leary back in 2011 as a place to share her love of food, family and photography. Since then, it has grown into Emily’s full-time job as she posts daily recipes and easy-to-follow how-to videos that will get your mouth watering! A Mummy Too has featured in the Metro, The Sunday Times and ITV’s Good Morning Britain, plus Emily takes her blog on the road, running workshops and demonstrations at events like the BBC Good Food Festival.
Bintu Hardy is the face behind Recipes From A Pantry. Passionate about creating new recipes packed with flavour and a healthy dash of spice, Bintu has brought her African heritage to her cooking, inspiring others to combine traditional and African flavours. Recipes From A Pantry has a whole section dedicated to one pot recipes and meals you can create in an air fryer, from crispy chicken wings to one pot venison stew, perfect for anyone looking for a quick but tasty meal.
Tired of recipes that didn’t work, or her family didn’t like, Camilla Hawkins created Fab Food 4 All to change drab food into fab food. Influenced by her Danish mother, Delia Smith and her school teacher Mrs Stevens, Camilla shares a mix of recipes, from five-minute lime curd to cheats Danish apple cake. Fab Food 4 All has meal ideas for any occasion, each and every one tried out by Camilla and put to the taste test by her family.
10. The Curry Guy
Dan Toombs is The Curry Guy. Lover of Indian food and curries, Dan discovered his love of cooking when his grandfather passed onto him all of the family recipes. The Curry Guy is bursting at the seams with delicious curries, from restaurant style lamb dopiaza to an easy Punjabi chicken curry – the hardest part will be deciding which curry to make. Dan has published two successful cookbooks and runs sell-out The Curry Guy masterclasses so you can get stuck in and learn all the tips and tricks for making an incredible curry.
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