22 Healthy Living Bloggers You Need to Be Following

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Here at Nutrisystem, we’re about so much more than weight loss. We’re about healthy living–today, tomorrow and for the rest of your life. That’s why we joined the blogger community and created the healthy living blog, The Leaf. It’s your one-stop shop for thousands of science-backed healthy living tips, hundreds of guilt-free recipes, easy to follow workouts for every fitness level and so, so much more. So whether you’re on one of our weight loss programs or you’re just looking to live your healthiest, happiest life, we’ve got everything you need to know right here on The Leaf.

But, because we know that we’re not the only “good-for-you gurus” out there trying to help you navigate the healthy living path, we hit the cyber streets to find the top healthy living bloggers, who we feel offer either sound, research-backed guidance or nutritious (and delicious!) recipes that real people with real schedules can make. We weeded through the throes of fake science and complicated recipes with complicated ingredients to find the bloggers we felt would offer the most value to you as you embark on your healthy living journey.

So, without further ado, here are the top nine healthy living bloggers you need to be following if you want to live your best life.

Whether you’re looking to lose weight or just live healthier, there’s a blogger for you:

1. Go Dairy Free >

Alisa Fleming, Founder and Chief Editor of GoDairyFree.org, has created the go-to resource for those looking to follow a healthy, dairy-free lifestyle. By providing an endless amount of valuable resources, from in-depth grocery guides and tips for eating out, to recipe lists and lactose intolerance tips, Alisa and her team of contributors provide readers with a foolproof foundation for living dairy free.

dairy freeFormally launched in 2005, Alisa wanted to, “share all of the information from my personal milk-free journey. Back then, online help for dairy-free living was difficult to find. I scoured studies, bought various books that touched on the topic, and started experimenting in the kitchen.” Years later, GoDairyFree.org has grown to provide over 3 million unique visitors per year with new recipes, product reviews, news and FAQ’s surrounding non-dairy living.

GoDairyFree.org goes above and beyond to, “cover the entire world of dairy-free living. This often includes vegans, gluten-free, lactose intolerance and multiple food allergies (soy, nuts, etc.) So, expect to see something for everyone on Go Dairy Free!” Alisa’s knowledge has expanded into a successful book release, titled Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living. “I have been in awe at its success and the many kind emails from readers!”

If you’re looking for the leading blogger for information on a dairy-free diet, you need to check out GoDairyFree.org. Alisa and her team are in your corner to provide you with the information necessary to live a  dairy-free life!

2. Domesticate Me

When Serena, the blog’s founding foodie, announced to friends and family back in 2009 that she was heading to culinary school in Paris, they were shocked to say the least. That’s because at the time, the “domestically challenged” Serena was hardly the culinary connoisseur. “The only dish I’d successfully ‘cooked’ was a burnt grilled cheese,” the blogger admits to her readers.
“I honestly had zero desire to become a chef. I simply wanted to master some domestic skills, practice my French, and maybe find the perfect red lipstick—all while figuring out what to do with my life,” she confesses.

Fast forward two years, and the former kitchen klutz had stuck it out long enough to graduate from the esteemed Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in Paris, and to discover her true passion: All things food. In the years that followed, Serena put her perfectly honed skills to work serving as a private chef, a culinary instructor, a freelance food blogger, a recipe developer and even a “nutritional spirit guide.”

And while she has enjoyed all of her adventures both in and out of the kitchen, Serena says that being a healthy living blogger has been her most rewarding undertaking to date. Lucky for us, because her laid back approach to cooking trickles down into every delicious recipe she posts.

“I truly believe that cooking should be accessible, experimental and most importantly, fun. Yes, culinary mishaps are bound to happen, but they’re par for the course (and they make for excellent stories at cocktail parties), so try to relax a little bit. If I can domesticate me, you can definitely domesticate you,” she says.

From Farro Salad with Butternut Squash, Walnuts and Cranberries, to Summer Cauliflower Rice Bowls with Bacon and Pesto, Serena’s got an easy-to-follow recipe for every meal occasion and palate. And the best part is, all of her recipes use nutritious, wholesome ingredients. So you can feel good about what you’re putting in your body.

Check out Serena’s blog here >

3. Every Day Maven

For Seattle resident Alyssa, cooking is about so much more than food; it’s about bringing people together.

“One of my favorite childhood memories is having family dinner most nights at 6 p.m. sharp. It was taken really seriously, and we were all expected to be there–no excuses. If you were with a friend, there was always enough and my parents’ attitude was, ‘Don’t miss dinner, just bring your friend,’” the blogger shares in the “About” section of her blog.

Alyssa talks about how, as the years progressed, the dinner crowd continued to expand, and with each addition to the table came even more joy.

“I am a mom to two amazing boys–one in first grade and one toddler. One of my dreams is to have a huge oval farmhouse table that easily seats 12 to 15 to recreate this for my boys.”

With her blog, Alyssa has created a virtual dinner table, full of delicious comfort foods (think Fresh Tomato Pizza with Crushed Fennel and Goat Cheese and Italian Sausage Meatball Soup with Cabbage and White Beans), and certainly tons of joy for her readers. Her recipes aren’t complicated. They aren’t packed with processed foods and preservatives. And they’re void of artificial ingredients. Which means they’re great for anyone looking to live healthy or lose those extra pounds.

Plus, she keeps most of her recipes gluten-free to accommodate her older son’s gluten sensitivity. Many are also dairy-free since, as she says, “dairy hates me.” She’s made the site extra user-friendly by including little green allergy icons above each recipe so readers can quickly assess whether they can enjoy the meal or should move on to another. She’s also got a great recipes filter, that enables easy searching for everything from “30 minute meals” to “kid-friendly meals.”

As if the delicious recipes weren’t reason enough to check out Alyssa’s awesome blog, she’s also got a whole host of lifestyle articles, too. So if you need to know which cosmetics or kid care products are chemical-free, this blogger has got you covered there, too.

Check out Alyssa’s blog here >

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4. Picky Eater Blog 

Although healthy eating has been a way of life for blogger Anjali since childhood, she says her “whole wheat” world was thrown out of whack when she married a “white bread” guy.

Raised in what she describes as “the healthy-eating, organic-obsessed, farmer’s market-driven culture of the San Francisco Bay Area,” the board certified health coach, wife, mother and healthy food lover grew up munching on fresh fruits, veggies and nutritious, home-cooked meals. “I was raised to be ‘picky’ about what I put into my body and to eat junk food in moderation.”

Her husband, on the other hand, grew up in what she calls the “deep-dish pizza-loving suburbs of Chicago,” where he enjoyed a childhood full of ice cream and French fries.

The discrepancy in palates caused the Michigan resident some serious distress in the kitchen… to say the least. “When most people get married, they worry about things like money or in-laws. But when we got married, the question was: ‘What would the picky eater and her fast food husband eat for dinner?’”

Luckily, Anjali figured out a sensible solution. Her strategy? To cook healthy versions of the foods her husband likes best. “I started making healthier swaps in my husband’s diet, ‘sneaking’ in the good stuff without him noticing.”

Fast forward a few years, and it’s safe to say that strategy has worked well for the couple. “Slowly but surely, he began to identify different flavors like cumin, ginger and garlic, and he even started asking for vegetables in his dishes! He said it was because he learned that healthy food could taste good, which meant the world to me.”

Good news for Anjali, and good news for you, too. Because whether you prefer healthy, fresh ingredients, or you’re more of a fast food junkie, you can be confident that every recipe has been approved by someone with a similar preference. “My husband has been a great ‘guinea pig’ for testing out my recipes–and between his picky palate and my picky food preferences, I can pretty much guarantee that all of the recipes you will find here are delicious!”
Featuring palate-pleasers like Lemon Ginger Vegetable Stir Fry and French Toast Bread Pudding, Anjali’s blog is something of a hybrid between her and her husband; a place where
healthy meets hearty.

The cherry on top (of the delicious, guilt-free cake)? the blogger also offers healthy living tips, recipes for kids and babies, and so much more.

Check out Anjali’s blog here >

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5. The Healthy Apple

To say that blogger Amie Valpone eats, sleeps and breathes healthy living is a serious understatement.

The Certified Holistic Health Counselor is a Functional Medicine Nutrition and Wellness expert, a healthy living columnist and a motivational speaker. Oh, and did we mention that she’s the best-selling author of Eating Clean: The 21-Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body?

“It’s my passion to help struggling women and men find balance in their lives and with their health,” the blogger writes on her site.

That passion grew out of a personal experience that landed Amie in the hospital battling a serious, potentially fatal condition.

“I looked at the morphine dripping into my arm as I laid there half alive and promised myself that if I survived, I’d dedicate the rest of my life to inspiring others to get to the root cause of their health issues,” she says to her readers.

And that’s exactly what she did. After struggling through her illness and a host of other chronic conditions, Amie spent several years working with Functional/Integrative doctors and hands-on healers studying, learning, teaching and figuring out how to achieve optimum health.

“I created a plan for myself, which is what I currently use to help my clients get their health back, and healed myself in a way that no one thought of throughout my 10 year journey after visiting with hundreds of the best doctors in the world.”

Aimee’s take-charge approach to personal health is evident in every single post on her healthy living blog. From delicious recipes (10 Minute Fajitas, anyone?) to lifestyle tips, home remedies and playlists, Amie’s got suggestions to feed everything from your body to your mind and soul. So whether you’re looking to find a healthy appetizer recipe for your next get together, you just want to know which beauty products are void of nasty chemicals or you need help mastering meditation, The Healthy Apple blog has got you covered.

Check out Amie’s blog here >

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6. Low Carb Life

One look at Lynn Terry’s blog, and we were completely hooked. That’s because one of the first things we read was “Life is too short to be stuck in the kitchen all day!” We’ve always believed that the best diet is the one you’ll actually stick to. Time-consuming recipes with hard to find ingredients don’t lend themselves well to the “stick-to-it-ness” required to live healthy or lose weight. And it sounds like Lynn couldn’t agree more.

“I’m big on the Keep It Simple (KISS) concept, so you’ll find tons of easy, low carb ideas on my blog. No complicated recipes or weird products. I’m big on ‘real food’ and love anything with three ingredients or less,” she writes in the “Meet Lynn” section of her blog.

But that’s not the only thing we have in common with Lynn. The 40-something-year-old blogger understands what it’s like to struggle with her weight.

“Call it age, call it life, call it whatever you want–but I mysteriously started putting on weight in my 30s. I’m now in my early 40s… and I’m battling those same issues everyone else does with weight and health.”

And although Nutrisystem takes a balanced approach to nutrition, which includes eating good carbs in portions that make sense, we can appreciate Lynn’s commitment to the low carb diet… because it works for her. And we can definitely appreciate the hundreds of nutrient-packed recipes the blogger features on her site.

From low carb brownies and biscuits to full meals like chicken parm and stuffed mushrooms, her dishes are so filling and so delicious, we promise you won’t even miss the carby stuff.

But Lynn’s blog is about more than just recipes. It’s also got tons of tips to help keep her readers happy and healthy.

“This blog is where I share all my weird eating habits, my fun travel adventures, how I maintain the low-carb diet with a high-travel lifestyle, and everything I learn along the way. Including what to eat, where to eat, what to do when there’s nothing to eat but bread (lol) and all the funny stuff that happens in between…”

Lynn also provides tips for maintaining the low carb lifestyle outside of the home. “I eat out a lot, including fast food and take-out, and restaurants around the world. Follow along to discover creative substitutions and simple meal ideas.”

Check out Terry’s blog here >

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7. Low Carb Yum >

For Lisa MarcAurele, healthy, sugar-free, low carb eating is about so much more than losing weight; it’s about being genuinely healthy while enjoying the food you eat.

low carb“Healthy low carb eating has done much more for me than just keep the extra pounds off. My cholesterol levels and blood pressure are always better when I keep my carbs in check. I also rarely get sick, so I believe staying away from sugar has boosted my immune system,” the blogger shares in the “About” section of her blog.

As a full-time engineer with a busy family life, Lisa takes readers through quick and easy, sugar-free, low carb recipes that look (and taste) delicious. Lisa shares that some prior health conditions led her to the healthy, low carb lifestyle she lives today:

“I turned to low carb eating in 2001, shortly after having my thyroid irradiated for Graves disease. Prior to the treatment, I was used to eating anything I wanted since my metabolism was unusually high with an overactive thyroid gland. The radioactive iodine treatment caused my thyroid to become inactive and as a result, I gained 15 pounds in just a few weeks because I did not change my eating habits. Desperate to get back to my normal weight, I went on a restricted carb diet and quickly lost the extra weight. I continued watching my carb intake and my weight remained stable.”

Through easy-to-follow cooking steps and food photography that’ll make your mouth water, Lisa shows that healthy food doesn’t have to be riddled with sugar and processed ingredients to be tasty. With her blog, anyone can become a low carb, sugar-free chef with a book of recipes that will surely impress family and friends.

So, if you need to find some outstanding sugar-free, low carb recipes for your diet, give the blogger Low Carb Yum a read. And be sure to check out Lisa’s dessert recipes, she has got you covered there, too!

8. Wholesome Yum >

If you’re looking for some delicious and healthy low carb recipes that utilize 10 ingredients or less, look no further than Maya Krampf’s blog, Wholesome Yum. Through creative recipe experimentation, Maya creates mouthwatering recipes that can nourish and support your healthy lifestyle.

A former software engineer, Maya loves blending her background in science with her love of food. “I have been addicted to experimenting with wholesome yumhealthy recipes and discovered that they can be just as (if not more) delicious while improving my well-being,” Maya shares in the “About” section of her blog.

“I had an online magazine as a teenager, so I thought this blog would be a perfect way to return to my passion of creating online content, keep track of my recipes, and hopefully help others in the process. Wholesome Yum started in 2015 and has been my passion ever since.”

Maya’s food philosophy for Wholesome Yum is all about low carb and gluten-free recipes with simple, natural ingredients. The majority are keto-friendly, paleo inspired, with options for those on other diets like nut-free or vegetarian.

The impact from these healthy recipes is felt daily by Maya and her readers. As the blogger points out, “since I started eating unprocessed, low carb food, I have noticed a big improvement in my energy levels, mood, mental clarity and body composition. This is how my whole family eats, including my young children. What we put into our bodies plays such a huge role in our well-being.”

With easy-to-follow recipes that feature 10 ingredients or less, and with food photography that’ll make you want to get into the kitchen ASAP, Maya shows that healthy meals can be as simple or imaginative as you want. “I believe that almost any recipe can be converted into a healthier version and enjoy the challenge of doing so. It’s also crucial to me that these recipes don’t take too long. Working full-time and taking care of my family means that time is precious.”

If you need to find some creatively healthy recipes that pack flavor and support for a healthy lifestyle, be sure to check out Wholesome Yum!

9. Laura London Fitness >

If you’re in search of an effective workout plan, healthy recipes, and beauty and wellness tips, then Laura London Fitness Blog is your one-stop spot. As a Board Certified Health Counselor (AADP), holistic weight loss coach and fitness specialist, Laura gives her readers fantastic advice and tips that “empower women who want to look and feel fabulous at any age.”

Laura LondonThrough her life journey, Laura encountered health issues that motivated her to make a permanent lifestyle change. Since healing from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Epstein-Barr Disease, Hashimoto’s, Vitiligo and a chronic back issue, Laura has reinvented not only her health, but also her life. With her empowering words, fitness tips and wellness tricks, Laura stresses that you, too, can make the change to healthy living.

“By going back to what I truly believed in a high plant-based diet, I was able to heal my body, feel amazing, and I have not looked back since.” This healthy way of living is evident on Laura’s blog with countless recipes and workouts that will keep you on the path of wellness.

If you need to find inspiration for your workouts or for your weekly menu, Laura’s blog is the perfect place to soak up knowledge along your journey to a healthier, happier lifestyle!

10. Mom’s Blog >

With a list of delicious family recipes and in-depth reviews about beauty supplies, crafts, travel and technology, Stefani Tolson of Mommy Enterprises gives moms everywhere themom blog information needed to have healthy, family fun! As a freelance writer/content and recipe blogger in Northern California, Stefani provides busy moms with ways to save on family-friendly products and homemade meals.

“I’m a multi-tasking mom of four that loves trying new products, creating recipes, crafts, traveling, spending time with my family and enjoying life!”

Stefani created the Mom’s Blog in 2004 after creating an online, blog-style baby book for her newborn daughter. “I thought blogging about Hannah’s little moments would help me be able to remember stuff when filling out her baby book. After just a few posts I knew I loved to blog.” Stefani has transformed her Mom’s Blog into a place for sharing recipes, giveaways, travel reviews, product reviews, entertainment news and more.

If you need to find some of the latest and greatest product reviews, deals, recipes or travel tips, be sure to check out Mom’s Blog!

11. Athletic Avocado >

In search of insanely delicious yet healthy snacks and treats? If so, identical twin sisters Bethany and Rachel from Athletic Avocado have you covered! Their recipes are designed for those athletic avocadowith busy schedules looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle. “The majority of our recipes range from vegan, dairy-free, sugar-free, gluten-free and more, and can satisfy a lot of people that may have a dietary restriction.”

With a passion for creating simple and tasty recipes that provide nutritional benefits, Bethany and Rachel have hit a sweet-spot on social media and continue to grow their following. With a seemingly endless amount of delicious and healthy recipes, readers can find the perfect treat to plugin to their daily diet.

When the blogger duo isn’t training for collegiate gymnastics or creating delicious concoctions for their blog, Bethany and Rachel love to travel, study, drink coffee and play with their Labradoodle, Loralie.

If you want to find some flavorful treats packed with nutritious ingredients that support your healthy lifestyle, visit Athletic Avocado today!

12. The Fit Cookie >

With an extensive recipe index covering everything from grain free meals to vegan, vegetarian and allergy-friendly, The Fit Cookie’s Sarah Jane Parker provides readers with a boatload of knowledge to have fun while living healthy!

bloggerAs a wife and mother of two, Sarah, “loves fitness and nutrition and my goal is to help people reach their health and fitness goals while having fun!” Through her fantastically organized catalog of recipes, it’s easy to select a nutritious and delicious meal or snack for your dietary goals. Through her family’s diet journey, Sarah was able to create The Fit Cookie; “My kids and I have multiple food allergies and sensitivities, so a lot of the recipes I feature are allergy-friendly and can be easily adapted to fit your needs. It can be challenging preparing nutritious meals that are affordable and still edible for picky eaters with food allergies, but I am determined to make it work!”

Sarah is an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revo₂lution Running Certified coach, yoga instructor, POPSUGAR Select blogger, and an ambassador for FitFluential and Sweat Pink. When she is not crafting healthy recipes or workouts for her readers, Sarah enjoys the outdoors with her family in their home state of Wyoming. “I enjoy rock climbing, Zumba, weight lifting, running, plyometrics and any new exercise I can get my hands on.”

Be sure to check out Sarah’s tasty recipes and her challenging and motivational workout and fitness section on The Fit Cookie to get out of your comfort zone and live your healthy lifestyle to the fullest!

13. Family Food on the Table

Kathryn comes to the rescue for families in search of delicious, easy-to-make, healthy recipes that can be made at home—even in a time crunch! As a health and nutrition editor, wife, mother of two kids, and food and health fanatic, Kathryn shows readers that food from scratch doesn’t have to be time consuming.

bloggerWith amazing, step-by-step recipe guides and beautiful food photography that covers breakfast, lunch, dinner and even homemade baby food, Kathryn can turn even the most basic dishes into kitchen royalty, making her a Leaf Healthy Blogger to Follow! If you’re looking to master cooking whole foods for yourself, friends and family, Family Food on the Table’s in-depth resources section is a go-to. Learn the in’s and out’s for healthy cooking tips and menu planning that’ll have you and your family covered throughout the week!

Make sure you check out Kathryn’s phenomenal slow cooker recipes that can be enjoyed throughout the Fall and Winter months. These simple-to-make recipes will have you spending more time with your family throughout the holiday season instead of cooking for hours on end—and you’ll still be enjoying all the delicious and classic dishes that accompany each season.

14. Don’t Waste the Crumbs

Tiffany, the founder of Don’t Waste the Crumbs, provides readers with budget-friendly yet healthy and wholesome recipe ideas. “Don’t Waste the Crumbs is an upbeat and encouraging blog dedicated to helping other families eat real food and live healthier lives, without going broke in the process.” Whether it’s taking bloggersteps toward eating better and living healthier or seeing progress in your overall daily life, Tiffany is a firm believer that, “it doesn’t happen overnight.” It’s a slow and steady process of making changes for a long-term healthier life.

This positivity and patience shines through the fantastic recipe and lifestyle content Tiffany gives readers. Whether reading through the “Free Monthly Meal Plans” or browsing the “Grocery Budgeting” blog content, Tiffany clearly shows that the process to living healthier while saving money is worth the effort by sharing her personal adventures! “Our journey of enjoying real food while maintaining a budget allowed us to reach our dream goal of buying a home.”

With an expansive library of recipes ranging from breakfast to dessert, Don’t Waste the Crumbs can help you prepare delicious meals while stashing away your hard-earned dollars. Be sure to check out Tiffany’s creative Kitchen Hacks too, for food saving tips and tutorials – they’re awesome!


15. Choosing Chia >

Jess, the creator of Choosing Chia, is a food blogger and photographer based in Montreal, Canada. She loves creating healthy recipes that are easy to make and focus on whole food ingredients! Jess started  Choosing Chia as a platform to share my healthy recipes and my love for cooking & wellness. Here you will find plenty of whole food recipes with a big focus on wholesome plant-based ingredients. 

Jess strives to serve people who are looking to eat healthier, incorporate more natural and plant-based foods into their diet, but also those who want to take the stress out of healthy eating and live a balanced lifestyle.

16. Julie Harrington >

Julie is the Registered Dietitian and Culinary Nutrition Chef behind her website based in New Jersey.


Cooking has always given Julie joy because of its powerful ability to connect people together. She was always intrigued by the way food can impact your health and decided to follow my passion to dive deeper in learning through culinary school and becoming a registered dietitian.

Julie’s passion is to educate others about nutrition through food and giving them the tools they need to build confidence in the kitchen. It’s her mission to help everyone appreciate all the delicious ways foods can be prepared so everyone can fall in love with it again and again.

Along with being a cookbook author, most recently, her recipes have been featured in SHAPE, Huffington Post, NBC News and US News & World Report.

17. Grateful Grazer >


Stephanie McKercher, MS, RDN is a registered dietitian nutritionist and eco-friendly recipe developer living in Colorado. On her award-winning food blog, Grateful Grazer, Stephanie helps readers cook seasonally and live more sustainably. Stephanie is recognized as a top nutritionist in Denver, and her work has been featured on Food Network, NBC News, BuzzFeed, MindBodyGreen and more. When she isn’t cooking, Stephanie enjoys hiking, skiing and spending as much time as possible outside in the mountains. Follow Grateful Grazer on Instagram to see what she’s been up to lately!

18. The Belly Rules the Mind >


Anvita & Soniya, creators of The Belly Rules the Mind, celebrate healthy eating and smart food choices with their awesome one-stop site for everyday healthy recipes. They love making recipes from scratch using fresh ingredients—after all, whole ingredients are the building block of a healthy lifestyle. Their food philosophy is that if you eat healthy, you will think healthy and in turn, you will feel healthy. Anvita and Soniya make healthy food more fun to eat, because in reality, healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring!


19. Delightful Mom Food >


Danielle is a blogger, photographer and recipe developer who helps others create healthy, delicious, gluten-free recipes the whole family can enjoy. She transforms traditional recipes into mouthwatering healthy (and gluten-free) ones, and she aims to educate readers about the health benefits of the food we put in our bodies. Most of her recipes are easy to make, take little time, are usually packed with fruits and vegetables (even in baked goods!) and are kid-friendly!

20. Pass Me Some Tasty >


Meet Shannon Emery, the personality, recipe creator, blogger and photographer behind the lighthearted and colorful food and recipe blog Pass Me Some Tasty! Shannon and her family reside in the Greater Northwest Portland Metro Area, and through her amazing blog, she shares tasty, gluten-free recipes that are healthy, seasonal and approachable to the everyday cook. Each post highlights a tested recipe through fun and spunky narrative combined with beautiful, professional food photography.

Shannon loves how nourishing food not only provides important health benefits to our physical and mental wellness but has the unique ability to bring people together from around the world to create community and conversation around the dinner table. Pass Me Some Tasty inspires its audience to try new recipes that are absent of artificial and processed ingredients while catering to those requiring a gluten-free lifestyle as well as those who don’t.

21. Paint the Kitchen Red >


Neena, creator of Paint the Kitchen Red, is originally from India but has lived in the United States for most of her life. Neena now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband and children. She decided to spend some time documenting the recipes her children love, which is what led to the takeoff of Paint the Kitchen Red. Reaching such a large audience, Neena’s recipes are now being made by people around the world! 

Neena’s philosophy on cooking and feeding her family is “Everything in Moderation”. Although Neena initially began documenting recipes that were not Instant Pot recipes, she now focuses exclusively on Instant Pot recipes. The blogger has been on a mission to adapt every family favorite recipe to the Instant Pot, which is part of what makes Paint the Kitchen Red so unique. Each recipe has step-by-step instructions and photographs, allowing Instant Pot novices and experienced users alike to make the recipes easily. 

22. Sprinkle of Green >


Teffy from Sprinkle of Green is a qualified Nutritionist, blogger and avid foodie. Sprinkle of Green is all about inspiring a balanced life through delicious and wholesome foods, without restrictions in sight. Healthy eating shouldn’t be hard and stressful, it should be easy and fun. Teffy finds clients are constantly amazed that food can taste great AND be good for you!