Five Food Bloggers to Follow on Instagram


Did you know that you can now add all your social network links to your Foodies100 profile?

Alongside Twitter, your profile can also link to your Facebook page, Google+ account and – of course – Instagram.

We’re huge fans of Instagram, as a source of food inspiration (and sometimes, plain old envy!)

Here are ten of our favourite foodie bloggers on Instagram – please do update your account with your details and if you leave your Instagram account name in the comments on this post, we’d love to follow you!

1. Cook Sister (@cooksister)

There’s no shortage of gorgeous food here, and lots of inspiration for those looking to improve their food styling – every photo from Cook Sister seems to be a masterclass in making the very most of these dishes.

2. A Mummy Too (@amummytoo)

Lots of family cooking projects, with a healthy dose of humour and the odd interiors shot – we love Emily’s take on food. And also the fact she posts lots and lots of baking recipes.


3. Foodgeek (@foodgeek)

FoodGeek is mostly about eating out and there are lots of shots of restaurants, pop-up diners, secret supper clubs and occasional spots of home cooking. A great way to see what restaurants are doing with their plates – but don’t look when you’re hungry! Although – to be fair – we’re not that keen on the idea of eating a cock head.


4. Fuss Free Flavours (@fussfreeflavours)

We love Helen’s Instagram feed – it spans food, interiors, lifestyle and travel but everything she posts is beautiful.


5. Hungry Healthy Happy (@hungryhealthyhappy)

If you’re looking for healthy recipes and eating tips that don’t make you depressed, then check out Dannii’s Instagram feed, which is packed with healthy and delicious looking breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas, motivational and work-out tips, and more. Even if you’re not dieting, with 25,000+ followers, Dannii’s feed is a great inspiration for any blogger who wants to use Instagram to promote their blog recipes and posts.

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

Discussion8 Comments

  1. Helen (Fuss Free Flavours) recently made the argument that persuaded me to finally join Instagram — the ease of auto-sending images and accompanying text to other social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr). As I run my secondary “Nibbles” blog from a Tumblr account, this is a huge huge boon and gave me the final push needed.

    I’ve been using the app for a little less than 2 months and enjoying it so far, it’s definitely different to other social media platforms, with its own community, own etiquette and own strengths and weaknesses.


    (If anyone wants to find me there, I’m @Kaveyf. On twitter I’m @Kavey)

  2. Thank you for including me! I’m really a big fan of Instagram and have started using it as a way to give previews of what I’m cooking and eating and have a good nose into other people’s day in snapshots. Very inspiring and as Kavey says, quite different from other platforms.

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