Top 20 UK Food Blogs on Instagram




Many bloggers have fallen head over heels in love with Instagram over the last couple of years – scrolling through your feed is so easy on the eyes and it’s fun to spot great shots while you’re out and about, or style shots up. And of course, if there was one thing Instagram was made for, it’s taking photos of food!

This week, we’re bringing you some special year-end charts, celebrating the top food bloggers on different platforms – yesterday we published the top 20 food bloggers on Twitter, and today it’s Instagram.

Big congrats if you’re listed below and please do grab the badge below and pop it on your blog, to shout about your achievement!


Top UK Food Blogs on Instagram

  1. Lavender and Lovage
  2. Fussfree Flavours
  3. Feisty Tapas
  4. Fab Food 4 All
  5. Cooksister
  6. Kavey F
  7. Utterly Scrummy
  8. Deena Kakaya
  9. Wholesome Ireland
  10. Maison Cupcake
  11. Tinned Tomatoes
  12. Cass
  13. Casa Costello
  14. Belleau Kitchen
  15. Choclette8
  16. Cherished By Me
  17. Belle du Brighton
  18. Botanical Baker
  19. Jo’s Pictures
  20. Hungry Healthy Happy


Every month, Foodies100 ranks thousands of blogs based on our unique scoring algorithm. To find the top parent blogs on Instagram, we looked at follower numbers and increases in follower numbers over the period from January to December 2014.

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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.

Discussion5 Comments

  1. I’d be interested to see beyond the top 20. I’ve gone from 100 followers to 1.2k in a year, and intrigued to know where I sit in the list – as that seems comparable with above… (the maths geek in me) !
    I’m @cerikitchen by the way. Well done to everyone on profile raising stuff!

  2. I have the same question as Ceri. As a newbie to IG I went from just a handful to over 1.9k this year, and interact with comments and likes (because I follow awesome people!). Any hints as to algorithm used? I’m @food_to_glow, btw. And I echo Ceri’s sentiment – lots of people I already follow and happy to see them on this list. 🙂

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