A while ago, I posted a list of 10 Delicious Healthy Snack Recipes from Pinterest. This week, I’m going to round up my ten favorite healthy food blogs. Some of these blogs are ones I frequent all the time, and some of them come highly recommended by friends and family. Let’s get to it!
10. Sweet Potato Soul
Hands down, Sweet Potato Soul is my favorite food blog. Not only does Jenné make incredibly useful recipe videos (that will make you want to dance), her food is on point! There would be no justice in the world if I didn’t recommend Jenné’s Jerk Jackfruit Tacos––it’s like a party in your mouth!
Skinnytaste is my go to when I’m looking for sweets and not calories. Gina believes that “Exercise + a well balanced diet + good sleep = a happy life.” I have to say I agree. Plus, her No-Bake Cheesecake recipe is one of the easiest and most delicious dessert alternatives I’ve ever come across.
8. Chocolate Covered Katie
I have a cousin who says these Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Bars have become a must have at her book club meetings. Katie uses simple substitutions in this dessert to cut fat and calories. We’re told this treat is best when served warm.
7. Teaspoon of Spice
Run by two Registered Dieticians, Serena and Deanna, this blog comes highly recommended for anyone looking for good food “with a healthy dose of nutrition.” Not only do they post fantastic recipes, these ladies also have an incredibly helpful section on Kitchen Hacks.
6. Kim’s Cravings
One of the women I work with said there would be no justice if I didn’t mention Kim’s recipe for Copycat Starbucks Hearty Veggie and Brown Rice Salad Bowl. As a mom of three, Kim’s recipes reflect her want of staying healthy, while not sacrificing flavor, and this recipe is a perfect reflection of that––you’ll love it.
Juli refers to herself as “a food hoarder. And a really bad dancer.” Dance moves aside, her blog comes highly recommended by a friend of mine. Her Easy Breakfast Casserole recipe is healthy, delicious, and prepped and done in just under an hour.
I don’t eat meat, but I am told that Heidi’s recipe for 7 Spice Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowls is packed full of flavor and nutrition. Not only do I love this recipe, I also love that Heidi’s blog has a section called Friday Faves where she posts TGIF’s recipes.
3. Little Bits Of
Real food, real talk are what this blog is all about! Kelsey is a relatable woman sharing her stories and recipes as she navigates fitness, food, and life. Her recipe for Spaghetti Squash Chow Mein will change your life!
2. The Kitchenista Diaries
Angela describes herself as “a self-taught home cook,” but her cooking skills go far beyond those of many master chefs. Her recipes are filled with flavor and a touch of good home cooking. Her Spiced Grilled Eggplant & Cauliflower Herb Salad is delicious and packs a healthy punch.
1. Danielle Omar
Last but not least, how could we not include our favorite dietician (and frequent blogger here) Danielle Omar of Food Confidence! She has an excellent recipe index, filled with healthy, delicious foods for every kind of eater. The recipe I hear about the most is the one for Chocolate Lemon Energy Balls. These balls are fantastic because they are pop-able and stay well in the fridge.
Are you ready to try any of these recipe blogs? Let us know in the comments!