If you use Instagram as much as we use it, it’s important to choose accounts that make you happy and hungry, so you should following Instagram pages and influencers that introduce delicious foods for you.
However, with such delicious and tempting cheeses and good-looking breakfast bowls to choose from, you can know which accounts are better to follow.
It is called a Goldilocks test, in our opinion. Is the account annoying you and is not regular, or are its posts not attractive and cause you to forget this page?
The account should be complete to gain followers. On top of that, new, trendy accounts are constantly being added to the mix.
It isn’t easy to keep up with anything. That’s where we can help.
We have collected different kinds of Instagram accounts about food that passed the test, with everything from inspiring plant-based recipes to expertly baked sourdough.
Here are some food Instagram accounts you can follow right now, in no particular order:
Skye McAlpine divides her time between Venice and London, where she takes beautiful photos, from outdoor tablescapes to luxurious home cooking.
A Table in Venice is her first cookbook that is published.
Kimberley Hassel brink, a master produce photographer, shares the lives of fruits and vegetables that we can frame.
Ashley Rodriguez is simply one to watch, with a brand-new video series on outdoor cooking and beautiful, quick food shots.
Lindsay Silverman is a blogger. Love is the perfect mix of greens and waffles, and it’s typically served on top of the lovely white.
Mandy Lee, a self-described “angry” food blogger, serves up delectable-looking home-cooked plates with a side of refreshingly direct commentary.
Northwest story, sprinkled with lovely berries and baked goods, will entice you to pack your belongings and head west.
Alison Roman—who includes recipes from her super famous cookbook, Dining In, as well as everything else she eats along the way—deserves to be in your feed as the maker of those cookies (the salted butter chocolate chunk shortbread cookies that are smashing the Internet these days).
For her original recipes, this Melbourne-based food blogger makes the most aesthetically appealing ingredient art.
Her pictures are the epitome of what a trendy Instagram post looks like these days:
bright but moody, busy but uncomplicated, enticing enough to want to jump right in, but artistic enough to enjoy from afar.
Julia Sherman eats salad, sleeps, and dreams. She’s the project leader at Chop’s, the creator of an artistic salad blog, and the author of a new cookbook.
However, most significantly, she makes us want to eat salad.
Lindsay Maitland, the author of the newly published cookbook Healthiest, creates healthy but not too healthy cups and bites.
You owe Sarah Owens a follow if you have any bread-baking ambitions. Her beautiful loaves would make you want to start kneading.
Marta Greber posts the breakfasts that will get you out of bed, artistically capturing the most critical meal of the day.
Prescott’s characteristic aesthetic, coupled with his energizing Instagram posts and video recipe, creates a bold, vivid, and incredibly tasty account to follow.