Top 5 Healthy Food Blogs to Follow For Easy Recipes

Whether you’re searching for your next favorite healthy recipe or just want to scroll endlessly through beautifully styled food photography, these breakout healthy food blogs have you covered.

We rounded up the top five food blogs you should be following for healthy, tasty and easy-to-make recipes.

You won’t be trading taste for nutrition with any of these healthy food blogs. Heads-up: Guilt-free indulgence ahead.

 

5.) Smitten Kitchen

Publication: Smitten Kitchen

Instagram Handle: @smittenkitchen

Following: 698,000+

Why You Should Follow: Founded by Deb Perelman, The Smitten Kitchen delivers healthy comfort food recipes that are easy for the novice cook to replicate. With step-by-step photo instructions and tutorials like How to Poach an Egg you won’t be left confused by any of the cooking instructions or Googling a mystery ingredient. Deb focuses on creating recipes with ingredients that don’t break the bank and that you’re likely to already have in your pantry.

Her first cookbook, titled Smitten Kitchen Everyday: Triumphant & Unfussy Favorites, says it all. You’ll be referring back to your favorite recipes in this staple for years to come. The easy appetizer below is sure to be a crowd favorite at your next dinner party.  The Smitten Cookbook

Favorite Recipe: Roasted Grape and Olive Crostini

Healthy food blogs Appetizer Recipe

Ingredients

2 tbsp. olive oil
1 cup grapes, seedless purple ones are my first choice, all will work
1 cup olives, pitted Kalamata are my first choice, all will work
1 1/2 teaspoons finely chopped rosemary, divided
Sea salt and red pepper flakes
About 12 baguette slices, toasted
3/4 cup ricotta

Directions

Heat oven to 400°F. Combine olive oil, grapes, olives, 1 teaspoon rosemary, a couple pinches of sea salt and pepper flakes in a baking dish or roasting pan. Roast until grapes are wilted and leaking juices, about 35 to 55 minutes, rolling ingredients around in pan a few times throughout roasting time to encourage even cooking.

Slather each toast with ricotta, then heap each with grapes, olives and their pan juices. Finish with remaining rosemary and eat immediately.