Recipe Bloggers You Should Be Following On Pinterest

15 Bloggers to FollowBeing recipe bloggers ourselves, we have come to appreciate a really good food blog when we see one. Good food blogs have mouthwatering pictures, appealing content, tasty recipes (of course) and should be easy to navigate. This is a list of our very favorite Pinterest-worthy blogs (In reverse-alphabetical order), including our own. We have loved browsing around every single one of these blogs and we know that you will too!

 

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Two Peas and Their Pod:  www.twopeasandtheirpod.com

Bio:  We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. Join us in our culinary adventures-our kitchen is always open!

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/twopeasandpod/

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Taste and Tell:  www.tasteandtellblog.com

Bio: For almost 6 years, Deborah Harroun has been blogging at Taste and Tell where she enjoys writing about easy, family friendly meals.  When she’s not blogging or cooking, you’ll find her reading, taking hundreds of pictures of her three kids, or relaxing with her husband. She also loves to collect cookbooks.

Pinterest Pagehttp://pinterest.com/deborahharroun/

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The Girl Who Ate Everything:  www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

Bio:  I have always loved food but didn’t really start cooking and baking until I got married and realized I needed to feed this huge man! The Man Who Ate Everything gets the benefits of the dishes that turn out and stomaches the ones that don’t. I usually like to follow a recipe the first time and then make changes as I feel after that.  I started working for Tablespoon and General Mills in October of 2010 doing freelance writing and recipe development.

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/GirlWhoAte/sweettreats&more

Sweet Treats and More:  www.sweettreatsmore.com

Bio:   Hi, I’m Kristy.  I’m a stay at home mom to two little boys, a lover of all things sweet, a diet coke addict, and an avid runner.  This is where I share everything from sweet and indulgent treats to simple, family-friendly meals.  Whether I’m baking or cooking, I like to keep things simple without sacrificing great taste. I try to cook healthy meals for my growing little family, but I always, ALWAYS save room for a little dessert, especially cookies…or anything with chocolate and peanut butter in it (but preferably both)!
 

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Sweet Basil:  www.ohsweetbasil.com

Bio:  I’m Carrian, and my family and I love to cook, bake, and enjoy time together. We believe that with a little help and a point in the right direction everyone can be successful in the kitchen. At our house everyone is family, and we hope you’ll join ours.

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/ohsweetbasil/

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Six Sisters’ Stuff:  www.sixsistersstuff.com

Bio:  There are six of us girls . . . no boys! Now that we have grown up and moved far apart from each other, we use this blog to stay in touch and share our ideas. Click here to read more about us!

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/sixsistersstuff/

 

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Skinny Taste:  www.skinnytaste.com

Bio:  At Skinnytaste.com, you’ll find healthy dishes that don’t sacrifice any of the flavor that can be found in their full-fat origins.  My creations must be both “skinny” and “tasty” because after all, this is the same food I cook on a daily basis for friends and family, and they are some of my toughest critics!

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/skinnytaste/

recipegirlRecipe Girl:  www.recipegirl.com

Bio:  A former elementary school teacher, Lori Lange’s collection of over 2600 recipes on RecipeGirl.com offer fun twists on classics, family-friendly meals, and plenty of drool-worthy desserts. Lori’s passion for travel, regional food discoveries, fine wine and entertaining is shared daily on her blog.  She lives in sunny Southern California with her husband and food-blogging son (RecipeBoy).  Her first cookbook- The Recipe Girl Cookbook- will be published in April 2013.

Pinterest Page:  www.pinterest.com/RecipeGirl

 

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Real Mom Kitchen:  www.realmomkitchen.com

Bio:  I am a mom of 3, two handsome boys and one beautiful girl along with my hubby. I have had a love of cooking since I was a young girl. I have a file of my favorite tried and true recipes. However, I am always willing to try new recipes with the hope of adding them to my tried and true file. I have also written a cookbook  to help others “keep things real in the kitchen”.  I love taking photos of my food and my talented hubby is the fabulous photo shop editor who helps make all my pictures look their best.

Pinterest Page:  www.pinterest.com/realmomkitchen

pickypalatePicky Palate:  www.picky-palate.com

Bio:  Author of picky-palate.com and The Picky Palate Cookbook.  Mom of 3 boys who loves good food, good chocolate and creating recipes for even your pickiest eaters.

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/jennyflake/

 

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Mel’s Kitchen Cafe:  www.melskitchencafe.com

Bio:  I started this home-grown food blog simply as a way for me to categorize and keep my personal favorite recipes in one easily accessible place and to encourage my hobby of cooking and baking. Several years later, this blog still houses my favorite tried-and-true recipes as well as the new, dishes and desserts I’ve made and loved. My goal is mainly to prove to myself that I can make healthy, delicious, simple (with the occasional splurge on time and ingredients) recipes for my family.

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/melskitchencafe/

 

justonecookbook

 

Just One Cookbook:  www.justonecookbook.com

Bio: A Japanese native, Nami shares her quick and easy Japanese recipes on JustOneCookbook.com. Her authentic recipes not only include your favorite Japanese meals, but her step-by-step pictorial directions for each recipe will make you feel comfortable cooking Japanese food at home. Her mouth watering recipes have been featured on CBS San Francisco, the Huffington Post, Babble, and more. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and loves cooking with her Taiwanese American husband and their two young children.

Pinterest Page: http://pinterest.com/justonecookbook/

 

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Get Off Your Butt and Bake:  www.justgetoffyourbuttandbake.com

Bio:  Growing up, I learned to cook from my sweet Mom. She was busy raising 6 kids and often left the cookie jar task to me. As long as I would clean up the mess, she gave me free reign in her kitchen. My passion was creating desserts & other delectable sweets.  I had 3 pesky brothers, who emptied the cookie jar as fast as I could fill it. It seemed they were always yelling . . . “Get Off Your Butt and Bake something!”  The name just fits.

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/Jonnawarnke/

 

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Favorite Family Recipes:  www.favfamilyrecipes.com

Bio:  Favorite Family Recipes started out as a way for us sisters to swap our favorite recipes. Turns out, there were other people out there who wanted to get in on our recipes too! We are always happy to share our recipes whether they are recipes that have been passed down through our family or new recipes that we have created or tried.

Pinterest Page: http://www.pinterest.com/favfamilyrecipz/

chefintrainingChef In Training:  www.chef-in-training.com

Bio:  Like most moms, wives, and people out there, I am a “Chef in Training”, teaching myself how to cook one recipe at a time.  I LOVE being in the Kitchen and have a great love for good food!  I have some amazing taste testers and get a thrill out of perfecting and finding new recipes!

Pinterest Page:  http://pinterest.com/chef_n_training/

12 thoughts on “Recipe Bloggers You Should Be Following On Pinterest

  1. Mel’s kitchen cafe is a winner!! Her recipes are so family friendly!! Simple, easy, and yummy. I have made at least 10 different things from her site.

  2. I love Mel! She has so many great dinner recipes! I also love Picky Palate! I am sad to not see Kate and Sara from OurBestBites though–they are another favorite site of mine!

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