Top 20 UK Food Blogs on Twitter



Are you as obsessed with Twitter as we are? It’s the first thing we look at, each day, and is a great way to pick up on breaking news, trends and blog posts you simply can’t miss. It’s also a fantastic way to promote our blogs and share the posts and recipes of others that we love.

This week on Foodies100, we’re going to be highlighting some of the top performing blogs of 2014, using our super computer to generate data, based on all the information we collate each day. First up, we’re announcing the top 20 food blogs on Twitter.

If you’re listed below – CONGRATULATIONS! Feel free to grab the badge below and pop it on your blog to tell everyone how fantastic you are.

Top 20 UK Food Blogs on Twitter

  1. Dannii – @hhh_dannii
  2. Chris – @tikichris
  3. Emma – @GlasgowFoodie
  4. Choclette – @choclette8
  5. Jac – @tinnedtoms
  6. Deena – @deenakakaya
  7. Emily – @amummytoo
  8. Dom – @chocablog
  9. Helen – @casacostello
  10. Lauren – @belledubrighton
  11. Anyonita – @anyonita
  12. Cass – @frugalfamily
  13. Maria – @feistytapas
  14. Elizabeth – @tangoraindrop
  15. Camilla – @fabfood4all
  16. Becca – @amuseyrbouche
  17. Grace – @eatsamazing
  18. Victoria – @spoonfulofsugr
  19. Jeanne – @cooksister
  20. Rosana – @rosana_mcphee



Every month, Foodies100 ranks thousands of blogs based on our unique scoring algorithm. To find 2014’s top bloggers on Twitter we combined 12 months of Klout data with the number of Twitter followers gained over the period from January to December 2014. To find the latest top blogs overall, don’t forget to check out our full monthly Top 100 blogs.

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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.

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