33 Foodie Instagram Accounts That Will Make You Want to Eat Your Phone
Feeling hungry? You definitely will be after scrolling through the best food Instagram accounts we’ve found to date.
At Taste of Home, we think we have a pretty good handle on how to beautifully showcase food (like these gorgeous cakes). It helps that we have an incredibly talented photo team, but these home cooks prove sometimes you don’t need a professional studio to create stunning Instagram-worthy food photography—and even just a glance at their Instagram feeds is enough to take your cravings to a whole new level. If you don’t feel just a little bit hungry after scrolling through our favorite Instagram accounts, then congratulations—you have a whole lot more willpower than we do.
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The Sweet and Simple Kitchen
Kristie of The Sweet and Simple Kitchen knows a thing or two about incredible food photography—she’s the editor of the mouthwateringly gorgeous The Feed Feed, an account that curates stunning food visuals from across Instagram. But her own feed is pretty impressive in its own right. It’s filled with delights like peanut butter chocolate pretzel bark, gooey chocolate cookies, honey-pecan sticky buns and so much crave-worthy sugary goodness it could give you a toothache (in the best way).
Jessica in the Kitchen
Satisfy all of your vegan (and mostly gluten-free!) cravings with Jessica in the Kitchen. She covers them all, from kale pesto pizza to chocolate mug cakes. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported right into her cozy kitchen after a scroll through her feed.
Add Asian flair to your Instagram feed with Omnivore’s Cookbook. With classics like summer rolls and modern takes like ooey-gooey cinnamon rolls with sesame, you’ll want to drop your meal plans and whip up one of her fabulous feasts.
The Original Dish
From dark chocolate ravioli to barbecue carrots to rosemary cheese bread, Kayla of The Original Dish does it all—and as a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Napa Valley, she shows off her impressive education with flourish. Her original recipes are as inventive as the clever styling she creates for each dish she photographs.
We’re convinced there isn’t one photo from Playful Cooking we haven’t fallen in love with. With luxurious curries and indulgent Indian-inspired desserts styled around flower petals, Kankana’s food photography is top-notch (and that’s just one of the reasons she’s one of the best food Instagrammers). You won’t be able to resist hitting the follow button, or checking out her cookbook and blog, too.
Vegetables never looked so good—until Niki of Rebel Recipes gets a hold of them. The self-professed “veg obsessive” creates plant-based recipes and showcases them in simple, beautiful settings. From hasselback butternut squash to peanut butter blueberry toast, she makes the vegetarian lifestyle look irresistibly delicious.
Dad with a Pan
Yep, Derek Campanile’s a dad, but he’s also an IT professional by day and a pretty darn good home cook by night. He serves his lucky family waffle iron pepperoni pizza sandwiches, pulled pork taquitos and whiskey bacon burgers. And he shares it all through his gorgeous Instagram feed at Dad with a Pan.
Sweet Life Bake
She bakes, she cooks and she whips up a mean cocktail! Vianney Rodriguez from Sweet Life Bake does it all. Inspired by the flavors of her hometown in South Texas, Vianney teaches us how to whip up tasty recipes: Tex-Mex style. You can find anything from kiwi margaritas to crumbled concha milkshakes (um, yes please!) on her page.
Cosette of Cosette’s Kitchen takes classic food favorites and gives them a modern twist. Plus, she creates over-the-top cakes and desserts that practically make you want to lick your phone screen (PSA: Don’t). But she also develops incredible savory dishes to honor her Lebanese heritage, like labneh za’atar tomato pie. Of course, she keeps her three kids happy with chewy chocolate chip cookies, too.
La Petit Chef
Peek into the comforting (and flavorful) kitchen of La Petit Chef aka Swayampurna Mishra. After a glance of her posts, you can almost smell the aromatic flavors of Indian spices wafting through her kitchen. Most of her posts even include a behind-the-scenes story of her cooking journey and her family life.
Amanda is a master chef—literally! She was a contestant on MasterChef‘s sixth season, and she shows off her competition-worthy creations on her beautiful Instagram feed, Amanda’s Plate. From stunning layer cakes to beautiful cheese boards, it’s obvious to see her food styling skills are just as honed as her cooking chops.
Take a peek at Samira’s Alpha Foodie account and just try not to crack a smile. It’s filled with brilliant colors, inventive stylings idea and whimsical recipes that look (almost) too beautiful to devour. If it’s true that you eat with your eyes first, then you’ll feel stuffed after taking in the gorgeousness of each image shared.
Grilled Cheese Social
Sandwich lovers, prepare yourselves. The Grilled Cheese Social feed is the stuff of your toasty, gooey, melty, meaty dreams. Her sandwiches are off-the-charts amazing looking, but she whips up so much more. As the executive chef of the Black Dolphin Inn in Florida, she creates gotta-have-it recipes like salted caramel challah French toast and breakfast mac ‘n’ cheese (for real), and shares the goodness with her followers almost daily.
We can’t get enough of the luscious and silky treats on Blondery‘s Instagram page. The best part? She’ll deliver her bite-size goodies right to your front door. Not only can you feast your eyes on her gorgeous imagery, but you can satisfy your cravings, too!
A mom of six, Diane Morrisey has her hands pretty full. But that doesn’t stop her from getting creative in the kitchen and serving up the most impressive-looking family cooking there is. Her Instagram feed shows everyday favorites like pizza, pancakes, cookies and tacos turned into stunning visual treats that practically pop from the screen.
Half Baked Harvest
Take a glance at the feed of Teighan at Half Baked Harvest, and you’ll instantly understand why she’s amassed nearly half a million Instagram followers. Her lighting is gorgeous, food styling is impeccable, and recipes find that happy balance between approachable yet elevated. Every post is a feast for the eyes.
Butter Be Ready
Quin from Butter Be Ready proves that some of the best cooks are self-taught cooks. This foodie creates impressive dishes like no-churn blueberry cheesecake ice cream and refreshingly cool watermelon margaritas. She also welcomes and hopes to inspire many other home chefs out there to start their own cooking journey…one stick of butter at a time.
New York-based food stylist and recipe developer Judy Kim creates some of the most intricate, elegant pie crusts imaginable. But she also shows off hearty home cooking, steamy soups and beautiful spaces outside of her kitchen. She has a background in floral design, which influences her food styling from delicate buttercream rosettes on her cakes to basil flourishes on heirloom tomato tarts.
The Hungry Hutch
As a self-proclaimed “professional eater,” Aaron from The Hungry Hutch serves up his favorites tastes from NYC. You’ll find anything from cheese platter spreads to cinnamon-pepper-rubbed ribs on his Instagram page. He not only develops his own recipes, but his food writing has appeared in Food and Wine, The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Delicious and nutritious recipes: Dietician tested and approved. Abbey from Abbey’s Kitchen claims her nutritional advice and recipes are backed by science and sass and, boy, do we love it. Abbey is a registered dietician who covers drool-worthy recipes for all eaters from Buffalo tofu sticks to Caprese egg cups (all while making you giggle and smile at her sassy remarks).
We were pretty relieved when we learned there are three editors behind Honestly Yum—they put out so much intensely craveable food content it would make us feel like underachievers had it been the brainchild of just one home cook. But no matter who’s behind the camera, the photography, styling and recipe ideas are instant hungry-makers.
Muy Bueno Cooking
Yvette from Muy Bueno Cooking is your go-to for authentic and new takes on Mexican dishes and sips. As a proud Latina, she loves to share recipes that are near and dear to heart and culture all while sharing her family’s heartwarming stories along the way. She’s even shared some recipes with Taste of Home, including her beef brisket tacos.
Lulu’s Dreamtown certainly lives up to its name. This breathtaking Instagram feed is brimming with dreamy, magical imagery of food in every color of the rainbow and way, way beyond. Her pastel-hued smoothie bowls, drizzled stacks of pancakes and twee toasts are like works of art, and the fact that every recipe is made vegan makes it all the sweeter.
Come here for the cake; stay for the pies, breads and cookies. Arley of Arley Cakes creates eye-catching (and empowering!) desserts that will make your mouth water. She creates custom baked goods for the Richmond, Virginia, area and participated in the Bakers Against Racism bake sale. Her passionate spirit shines through in her delicious work.
Just a Taste
There’s no way we’d stop at a nibble for anything featured on the Just a Taste feed. The mom, chef and author makes family classics like meatballs, pretzels, pizza, waffles, brownies and more look absolutely devourable. And her recipe tutorials make everything from red velvet cookies to frozen yogurt look super easy to master at home.
Green Healthy Cooking
If you want healthy recipes that use up your favorite all-natural ingredients, look no further than Green Healthy Cooking. Lorena’s clean creations are pleasing to the eye and your stomach. She even includes step-by-step videos on how to make her beautiful concoctions.
The beautifully baked creations made by Katie Clova are enough to inspire anyone to grab their oven mitts and get to the kitchen. Her frosted cakes, flaky slab pies and gooey cinnamon rolls have upscale bakery-quality looks, and her simple styling and clean white backdrops make her sugary stars shine.
Lena’s Kitchen Blog
On Lena’s Kitchen Blog, your eyes get to feast on a little bit of everything. Lena’s all about healthy cooking with a dash of guilty pleasure, so her feed is a happy balance between bright, crunchy salads and pork belly banh mi sandwiches. Plus, she makes gorgeous, extravagant cheese boards that have the potential to make you feel super envious of her lucky partymates.
Don’t let the name fool you—Jocelyn of Grandbaby Cakes whips up a whole lot more than just cakes. Inspired by her grandmother’s recipes, Jocelyn’s Instagram feed is brimmed to the top with sweet goodies and savory soul food recipes. And we’re not the only ones who adore her. Along with Taste of Home, where she’s shared recipes and brunch secrets, she’s been featured by the TODAY show, Food Network, Oprah and others.
Comfort food classics get a modern update on the Salted Mint feed. Chef Deborah adds her personal touch to pillowy pizzas, spicy noodle bowls, chicken soup and chocolate tarts. She’s brilliant at finding clever ways to healthify hearty recipes, but has a soft spot in her heart for a glazed Bundt cake among the roasted cauliflower and radicchio salads.
The Broken Bread
Seasonality plays a big role in the cooking at The Broken Bread. There, photographer, stylist and author Kristan shows off seasonal flavors and peak-freshness produce in her breathtaking cakes, cookies, pies, cocktails and more. No matter what comes out of her oven, it’s styled elegantly and photographed beautifully.
Over on the Gourmelita feed, you get a healthy dose of muffins, pasta and all things sunny-side up, but you’re also taken on a visual tour of the little nooks, crannies and standout spaces of London. Whether Marilita is trying out a new restaurant, poring over the produce at an outdoor market or pulling up a stool at a pub, she treats you to an exploration of the city she loves just as much as she treats you to delectable homespun recipes.