With just a few weeks of 2018 to go, today we are sharing our Top 20 UK food blogs, taken from the Foodies100 community ranking for the last 12 months.
This list is compiled using the blog’s average rank over the year and takes into account:
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Helen is a full time freelance food writer, photographer and blogger. On Fuss Free Flavours you will find fuss-free recipes, travel and reviews.
Hungry Healthy Happy is all about nourishing your body without giving up the food you love. You will find easy healthy recipes that show how healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring; home and garden projects, well-being, family life, travel and general happiness. Dannii and Dave (and baby Avery) enjoy avocados, hiking, feta cheese and laughter.
Emily is a multi-award-winning food, lifestyle and parenting writer. She is a presenter and photographer. And a mummy too. Emily’s first book ‘Get Your Kids to Eat Anything’ is out in March.
Karen was born in South Africa, but has lived all over the world, after moving from North Yorkshire to SW France, she is now living in North Wales in an old converted Schoolhouse. Karen is a freelance food and travel writer, as well as a food stylist, and recipe developer, with a passion for art, travel, books, photography, seasonal food and especially cheese and wine and shares all of these on her blog Lavender and Lovage.
Recipes From A Pantry is a food and travel blog from Bintu. It brings you delicious recipes inspired by ingredients in your pantry. This blog includes original, healthy and easy recipes, vegetarian recipes and food from Sierra Leone and West Africa.
Elizabeth is a mum of three, daydream adventurer, OU Life Sciences graduate, fitness enthusiast, ex-pat Canadian and, living in Shetland, is quite possibly Britain’s most northerly food blogger.
The Eats Amazing blog offers easy tutorials and simple family-friendly recipes to make food fun for kids. Grace shows how easy it can be to present food in new and interesting ways and to inspire families to get creative with their food too.
Tinned Tomatoes is a vegetarian and vegan food blog that focuses on family food. Jacqueline lives in Scotland with her husband and son. Since starting her blog in 2007 she has shared nearly 600 vegetarian and vegan recipes. All with beautiful photos and simple instructions.
Lucy’s life-long love affair with baking and cooking eventually found an outlet in her blog Supergolden Bakes, which features recipes ranging from extremely indulgent to nutritious and healthy, with the occasional cocktail thrown in for good measure.
With her main influences being her Danish mother and her high school Home Economics teacher, Camilla ‘s blog, Fab Food 4 All, is where you’ll find delicious, purse friendly, family recipes and prize winning jams.
Jeanne is a freelance food and travel writer as well as a recipe developer and photographer. She is a South African by birth and a Londoner by choice who has been writing about food and travel on Cooksister since 2004.
Established in 2007, Greedy Gourmet food blog aims to introduce you to new and exciting recipes, whether it be a new take on your favorite go-to meals or something offbeat and exotic. Michelle also writes reviews of restaurants, accommodation, and travel.
Kate is a UK food blogger and cookery writer. She is unashamedly obsessed by vegetables, whether they’re in breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert. Kate’s first cookbook, Veggie Desserts + Cakes, was published in August 2017.
Janie is living the real-food dream on a Cornish smallholding. Veggies from the allotment, eggs from the hens, wild food from the hedgerows & recipes from scratch. Whether she’s cooking over the campfire or hunting down artisan producers in the depths of Cornwall, you’ll be guaranteed a real foodie adventure!
Lilinha is a Brazilian mum bringing up a school-aged boy in London. Her UK Food, Parenting & Lifestyle Blog shares family adventures, stories and reviews, from family days out and restaurants, to travel and hotels, children’s toys, gadgets, fashion and beauty!
Becky is a food and lifestyle blogger based in London. She is an avid baker, recipe creator and food photographer. Becky also vlogs her daily life, recipes and tips on gut health over on her YouTube channel. She also loves gardening, interiors and more sustainable living.
Ciara is the founder of My Fussy Eater and mum to Aoife (aged 6) and Finn (aged 3). She started her blog in 2014 in an attempt to get her very fussy eating daughter, then aged 3, to eat a better and more varied diet and to put some fun back into meal times. Ciara has since shared over 400 recipes on My Fussy Eater.
Amuse Your Bouche was started in 2011 as a place to document cheese-loving Becca’s vegetarian dinners. It’s since grown into a place to find all sorts of easy, straightforward vegetarian recipes – including quick weeknight dinners, family friendly crowd-pleasers, simple lunchbox ideas, and even a few Sunday afternoon labours of love.
Sarah has been sharing recipes at Maison Cupcake since 2009. She lives in East London with her husband and gadget-loving son. Sarah loves holidaying in France and days by the seaside. Her book, Bake Me I’m Yours: Sweet Bitesize Bakes, was published in 2012.
Choclette is a vegetarian whole food recipe developer. She has a sweet tooth and a passion for baking and chocolate. On her blog you will find nourishing home cooked food with a twist as well as wholesome foodie tales.
Lover of Creating Flavours is written by Anita-Clare and Caroline. Launched in September 2012 this blog aims to produce fuss free information to tantalise the taste buds and ignite people’s passion for food.