Top 10 Most Incredible Recipes Blogs To Follow On The Internet

Are you passionate about cooking? Here are the Top 10 Most Incredible Recipes Blogs by passionate bloggers To Follow On The Internet. Their success stories will inspire you to lunch or improve to recipe blog. You can as well visit their blogs to gain ideas from them.

1. Simply Recipes

Simply Recipes was founded by Elise Bauer in 2003 as a blog to keep track of the recipes she was learning to cook from her parents in Sacramento, California.

Top 10 Most Incredible Recipes Blogs To Follow On The Internet

Simply Recipes Founder Elise Bauer lives in Sacramento, California. Elise is a writer, photographer, and recipe developer and has authored over 1400 recipes on Simply Recipes. Elise is dedicated to helping home cooks be successful in the kitchen. Elise is a graduate of Stanford University.

2. My Recipes

My Recipes

My Recipes The largest online collection of professionally-tested recipes, reliable kitchen tips, and mouthwatering daily food content. Come, search, cook, and share.

3. Allrecipes

Allrecipes is the original and largest food-focused social network created for cooks by cooks; where everyone plays a part in helping cooks discover and share the joy of home cooking.

What started with a single cookie recipe has grown organically to become the world’s largest food-focused social network with a community of 85 million home cooks consuming 3 billion pages annually of food inspiration across our 19 sites serving 24 countries in 12 languages. I invite you to join our one-of-a-kind community that inspires home cooking and celebrates the foods we make with friends, family, brands and followers. Calling all cooks!

4. Recipe Girl

Established in 2006, RecipeGirl.com is a family friendly food blog founded by Lori Lange, dedicated to sharing recipes for everyday cooking as well as entertaining.  You’ll find over 3,000 of the very best, tried and true recipes with nutritional information, ratings and big, beautiful photographs.
Recipe Girl
Lori Lange

Need dinner ideas for your busy family?  Have you been assigned to bring dessert to a friend’s party? Are you planning a barbecue or a holiday menu? Then you’re in the right place! Delivering recipes that inspire novices and veterans alike and making cooking in the kitchen fun is what Recipe Girl is all about. Travel is incorporated into the blog too with cruise highlights, hotel reviews and visits to various cities around the globe.

5. Recipe Tin Eats

Recipe Tin Eats is a food blog owned by Nagi, a Japanese cook, photographer and videographer. She lives in the beautiful northern beaches area of Sydney, Australia.

Recipe Tin Eats

The blog reflects her philosophy on food and cooking – fast, creative, clever and fresh.

That’s fast meals for busy weeknights.

Creative new ideas and fresh takes on favourites to shortcut preparation, cut down on cost and create food with style.

Clever cooking so that you don’t sacrifice taste just because you’re short on time and on a budget. Nagi’ll show you how to get gourmet flavours out of budget ingredients and how you can get organised so it’s a breeze to serve up nourishing meals to your family that will knock their socks off.

And fresh meals that are made from scratch. Nagi says she doesn’t use store bought packet mixes or canned soup.

Her recipes are cost conscious, made using everyday ingredients and (mostly) pretty healthy.

6. All Day I Dream About Food

Read this short story about the founder:

I am Carolyn, the writer and recipe developer behind All Day I Dream About Food, a mostly low carb, gluten free food blog.  I have a Masters in Physical Anthropology and Human Evolution from Arizona State University and an extensive background in higher education administration.  I now work from home and parent three young children, and it’s hard to know which takes up more of my time, the children or the blog.

The way I see it, I didn’t choose the low carb lifestyle, it chose me.  After being diagnosed with gestational diabetes during my third pregnancy, I began watching my carb intake.  And when the diabetes decided to stick around, I refused to give up my lifelong passion for baking and cooking.  I just had to find new ways to do it.  To my delight, I have discovered that with a little ingenuity and some perseverance, many high carb recipes can be made over into low carb treats without sacrificing flavor.  I’ve had quite a bit of success, with a few outright failures thrown in to keep me humble.

I started sharing recipes on my blog for fun, but it has quickly grown to be a serious commitment with many followers and readers.  All Day I Dream About Food is devoted to bringing readers creative, flavorful foods that are low in carbohydrates and suitable for diabetics and dieters alike.  Most of the recipes are also gluten-free.    There are a handful of conventional flour-and-sugar recipes as well, as I enjoy indulging my friends and family once in a while.

7. Rock Recipes

Rock Recipes was founded by Barry, a Dad to 2 amazing kids, author of 4 best-selling cookbooks, a freelance food writer & full time blogger. His lifetime love of cooking & baking has led him to share over 1700 recipes on this blog over the last 12 years.

Rock Recipes

On RockRecipes.com, you will find some traditional favorites, as well as his own creations and adaptations of recipes to add a local twist that’s accessible to all. Simple recipes using simple, everyday ingredients has been the key to his success…and that’s just how he plans to keep it.

8. iFOODreal | Healthy Family Recipes

iFOODreal | Healthy Family Recipes

iFOODreal is owned by Olena Osipov, a Mom of two who grew up in Ukraine on real food. As an adult, she tried many diets without results. Now for over 10 years, she can cook quick and easy healthy meals for her family. Many recipes are inspired by her Ukrainian heritage. She can help you with “What’s for dinner?” too.

9. Crazy for Crust | Easy Recipes for Every Meal

9. Crazy for Crust | Easy Recipes for Every Meal

Crazy for Crust is a food blog founded by Dorothy Kern, a professional food blogger for over 9 years and in that time she has made countless recipes that have satisfied millions of people.

10. Recipe Critic

Alyssa Rivers is the food blogger behind The Recipe Critic.  The blog was launched in 2012 as a place to share her passion for cooking.  She loves trying new things and testing them out with her family.  Each recipe is tried and true, family-tested and approved. Inspired by cookbooks, other food blogs, magazines, and family recipes, Alyssa tries to make practical and easy family friendly recipes on her site that can bring your family together at the dinner table.

Recipe Critic

She spent all of her free times being a busy wife and mother of four children.  They can be her toughest critics when it comes to the food that she makes. They especially enjoy cooking in the kitchen with her and helping to create delicious recipes to share.

The Recipe Critic has grown and blossomed to become a huge part of her life.  It attracts a diverse group of devoted readers across the globe reaching over 10 million readers per month.  It has more than 300,000 daily readers with over 11 million Facebook followers300,000 Pinterest followers and 100,000 Instagram followers. The blog has also been featured in Buzzfeed, The Huffington Post, Delish, Today Food, Woman’s Day, Cosmopolitan, and the Deseret News.  I have also worked with several brands such as McCormick, Pillsbury, Quaker, Lucky Leaf, Cache Valley Cheese, Kroger, Hidden Valley Ranch and Rubbermaid.


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