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There is no doubt that social media has opened new possibilities for food bloggers to link with their audiences. Instagram has become, in particular, a wonderful platform to host delicious food images and videos. The greatest Instagram accounts give creative and realistic inspiration, but also give you a glimpse into someone else’s completely distinct (and beautiful) lifestyle.

Food bloggers, better yet food influencers, are popular on Instagram and food brands like to work with these guys to due their exposure and knowledge of food.

Below, you can find 25 of the best Instagram food bloggers with their accounts to follow.

25. Erin Alderson – @naturallyella

Erin Alderson founded Naturally Ella in 2007. The site has developed into a great resource for natural cooking and vegetarian recipes since that moment. Whether you understand by name every vegetable or just want to understand what a legume is, Ella is the place for you, of course.

24. Heidi Larsen – @foodiecrush

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Heidi Larsen is an American food blogger based in Salt Lake City. She launched FoodieCrush in 2011 with the purpose of creating “an online magazine introducing the most creative food bloggers on the web. Also their recipes and photography” after working as art director for numerous regional Utah magazines.

23. Breakfast in Sydney- @breakfastinsydney

It’s Australia if there’s any country that really cares how to brunch. Sydney has undoubtedly become an epic food destination for food lovers. Breakfast in Sydney as one of the famous food bloggers presents an endless stream of some of the yummiest brunch foods in the city that will amaze you beyond your wildest creation.

22. Ali Martin – @gimmesomeoven

In 2009, Ali Ebright began blogging out of her kitchen in Kansas City. And Gimme Some Oven has developed to be one of the leading blog sites in the food world. it features simple, delicious, and healthy dishes, many of which meet specific dietary requirements.

21. David Lebovitz – @davidlebovitz

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Lebovitz started to serve in restaurants at the age of sixteen, cleaning dishes in a steakhouse in a local strip mall, then afterwards ending up at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California, working with Alice Waters and co-owner, Executive Pastry Chef Lindsey Shere, whom he considered being a mentor for pastry.

20. Cookie and Kate – @cookieandkate

Kathryne Taylor is another famous food blogger based in Kansas City. Her blog concentrates on whole foods and dietary recipes, something that no one looks to be able to get adequate of in 2016. 

19. Jessica Merchant – @howsweeteats

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She is completely self-educated and mom-educated as well as grandma-educated and has no formal culinary training, only tons of kitchen mess-ups. At least once she tests most of her recipes, but she doesn’t pretend to be a culinary genius at all.

18. Jaclyn Bell – @cookingclassy

Jaclyn Bell is a real tale of genuine achievement, a mother food blogger and a self-educated chef. She began writing about the ingredients she cooked for her family after being inspired by others doing the same thing.

17. Rachel Mansfield – @rachlmansfield

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Rachel Mansfield is a stylist and recipe developer and one of the growing food bloggers on Instagram. She produces healthy recipes for a wide range of requirements, including gluten-free and vegan recipes. 

16. Gissele Alzate – @feedyoursoull

Feed Your Soull features delicious meals from all around the USA and is one of Instagram’s most famous food content makers and food bloggers. Feed Your Soull’s feed is packed with some delicious international cuisine as well as American comfort food.

15. Chungah Rhee – @damn_delicious

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The specialty of Blogger Chungah Rhee is healthy, fast (about five minutes) recipes that get you into and out of the kitchen without losing the value or taste of food. 

14. Gaz Oakley – @avantgardevegan

For those who are interested in the delicious vegan meals, Gaz Oakley can be extremely helpful. He gives the vegan lifestyle a new view.

13. Lauren Toyota – @hotforfood

 Lauren Toyota is one of the food bloggers who is an author too. She converts mouthwatering vegetarian recipes into the dream of any food. Her buffalo chicken-inspired cauliflower sandwiches, multi-purpose nacho cheese, and of course the ramen cheeseburger are some of her most remarkable Instagram posts.

12. What’s Gaby Cooking – @whatsgabycookin

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What’s Gaby Cooking is a celebration of a California Girl’s life. That suggests it’s always hot, green goddess lunch salads are a great idea. Slutty brownies are just as appropriate for dinner and she’s never going to say no to a burrito with additional guacamole. it’s all about equilibrium!

11. Alex Moe – @themacrobarista

Alex Moe is a Starbucks barista and a famous bodybuilder. has made a name for himself amongst s and the calorie-conscious alike. Alex Moe helps to discover new, interesting, friendly methods to get your daily dose of caffeine by sharing his own Starbucks hacks.

10. Jed – @dailyfoodfeed

If you want a regular daily intake of some thrilling treats from Los Angeles, don’t miss looking at Daily Food Feed from Jed. This account also describes every delicious feature of the food in the photos, if you didn’t get hungry just by looking at them will be.

9. Sam Schnur – @thenaughtyfork

Schnur is one of the American food bloggers and lifestylists based in Miami is famous for eating some of Instagram’s most trendy and unique food. This sentence on her bio, “I’ll start my diet tomorrow,” means that by following her after a few minutes of exploring through her feed you’ll be hungry.

8. Trader Joe’s List – @traderjoeslist

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Undoubtedly, there’s some nice grub from Trader Joe and it’s also quite cost-effective. Also, the account often contains recipes with products that can be discovered at TJ’s, so it’s really the ideal place to get inspired by the food list.

7. New Fork City – @new_fork_city

Some of the most significant food trends begin in New York City, and they’ll be there in a minute if they haven’t started there. New Fork City shows all the best foods in the city from all genres, cultures, and prices.

6. Smitten Kitchen – @smittenkitchen

What you’re going to see here is a lot of comfortable foods that have stepped up a little bit. things like bread and cupcakes made entirely from scratch and guides on everything from poaching an egg to making tart doughs that don’t shrink on you. but a favourite side dish (zucchini and almonds) that takes less than five minutes to create.

5. Gina Homolka – @skinnytaste

Gina Homolka, known as  Skinnytaste, is one of the most popular food bloggers who has gained exciting follow-up by offering unique food versions that everyone loves. Depending on nutritional requirements, her website has different sections, such as gluten-free, low-carb, Keto, Whole30, and more.

4. Official Whole30 Recipes – @whole30recipes

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The demand for Whole30-approved recipes is greater than ever before with the Whole30 diet achieving important popularity. This food blog shows how extremely lovely even the cleanest and easiest food can be.

3. Minimalist Baker – @minimalistbaker

At first look, it seems that this page is similar to all the rest Instagram food bloggers, but don’t be mistaken. Minimalist Baker gladly provides recipes with 10 or less plant-based products, making the lovely pictures of scrumptious-looking spreads of this account even more interesting.

2. Deliciously Ella – @deliciouslyella

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The Instagram account of Deliciously Ella bursts with colour and focus to detail, making her one of the most lovely plant-based food bloggers. The vibrancy of the food in pictures makes you feel like you’re getting almost all the vitamins and minerals straight through the screen of your smartphone.

1. Jonathan Cheban – @foodgod

Jonathan Cheban is more known because closeness to reality TV star and business well-known, Kim Kardashian West but his Instagram feed absolutely garners attention all on its own. Undoubtedly, he is one of the greatest food bloggers who you will want to live through vicariously.