Five of our Favorite Food Bloggers
Join us as we explore the kitchens (online and off) of these amazing women who are transforming our world, one taste bud at a time.
Nothing beats making warm soup on a cold autumn morning, watching the colorful leaves fall past the window, wrapping your fingers around a steaming cup of hot cider. As you stir some cinnamon and cream into your delicious concoction, you think to yourself, I wish I could do this every day. Well, some people do. This month, BWB gathered some of our favorite food bloggers to investigate what makes their creations so darn appetizing. Though many different experiences inspired their commitment to cooking, most of them pursued their unique careers trying to work around limitations to their diet. The artistry they have discovered through this hardship is breathtaking and simply delectable. So, join us as we explore the kitchens (online and off) of these amazing women who are transforming our world, one taste bud at a time.
1- Deliciously Ella is committed to creating nourishing and delicious meals made from simple, natural ingredients.
When she realized her talent for making healthy eats, she set out to make eating better more accessible for everyone.
Some years ago, Ella was diagnosed with POTs, a disease that disrupted her whole way of life. Sick of being bedridden and eager to regain her energy, Ella started cooking at home, determined to find a natural way to make herself feel better. When she realized her talent for making healthy eats, she set out to make eating better and more accessible for everyone. She’s since published books translated in 16 different languages, opened a café, and created a follower favorite, the Energy Ball, available now in 300 stores. Our favorite one of Ella’s recipes is the creamy cashew pesto pasta.
2- What’s Cooking Good Looking? Is the creation of Jodi Moreno, and at-home, trained natural foods chef who believes that food should only exist to make us feel good, and that beauty is about what we put inside our bodies.
She created her blog wanting to prove that veggies can play a main role on the plate, and make any meal satisfying.
Everything Jodi makes is intentionally nutritious, and most of it is sourced from her own garden. She wanted to prove that veggies can play a main role on the plate, and make any meal satisfying. The flavor and genius behind her dishes has long since convinced us, too. Some of our favorite recipes include her coconut and almond cluster banana pancakes, and her toasted sweet potato gnocchi with walnut pesto.
3- HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY was created by two sisters passionate about harnessing the power of real, flavorful food.
When you get the chance, try making their decadent chocolate orange bar with clementines – it’s the perfect treat.
Their blog is all about making healthy eating easy and affordable for everyone. The sister’s take a holistic approach to health by offering lifestyle recommendations for travelling, exercise and going out on the town. You’ll find all of their savory recipes on their site, including dips, ice creams, entrees, and more. When you get the chance, try making their decadent chocolate orange bar with clementines – it’s the perfect treat. Or, just in time for fall, try their thick pumpkin smoothie.
4- I Quit Sugar is the name of Sarah Wilson’s blog and the title of her New York Times best seller.
She also created an eight-week program that provides recipes, tips, ingredients, and lifestyle changes that will let you quit sugar, too.
When she says no sugar, she means no sugar. Some years ago, Sarah developed an overactive thyroid and autoimmune issues, so she had to train herself to eat differently. This struggle lead her to create a blog that makes it easy for people to have a delicious life, without sugar. Sarah not only shares her recipes, but also useful, accessible do-it-yourself diet tips. She has also created an eight-week program that provides recipes, tips, ingredients, and lifestyle changes that will let you quit sugar, too. 1.18 million people have tried it, and 93% would recommend. Not convinced its possible to enjoy food sans sugar? Try her Lemon Meringue Pie in a Jar – you’ll be amazed.
5- My New Roots was created by Sarah Britton, a Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Nutritional Practioner. A number of years ago, she decided to follow her passion and delve into the magic of the cooking.
This whole-food lover also gives classes and lectures that educate viewers on the power of positive nutrients.
Her blog is dedicated to helping people attain a physical, nutritional, environmental, and emotional well-being. This whole-food lover also gives classes and lectures that educate viewers on the power of positive nutrients. Start today by trying her buckwheat crepes with dates, basil, vanilla and apricots. Your taste buds and your body will thank you.
Looking to get your kitchen smelling wonderful and your body feeling good? Explore any one of these amazing blogs and discover just how creative you can get when it comes to being healthy.
Lani Allen is a junior at Columbia University majoring in Creative Writing with a concentration in Spanish. Having served as Vice President of her class for two years, she has since contributed written pieces and illustrations to many on-campus publications. As a writer with an interest in the beauty industry, Lani intends to pursue a career in either journalism or fashion marketing.