Food is the true constant in life. Scintillating dishes and scrumptious meals never go out of style or season. For that reason, and for several others, the tree of Instagram accounts is ripe with channels that cover food. Even when it comes to Instagram marketing, posts that include food are several times more likely to help you gain engagement on Instagram.
If you are looking for accounts that have left their followers on Instagram drooling, we have you covered. Read on for a list of seven Instagram accounts that every food lover must follow.
1. Smitten Kitchen
With a clever username and about one and a half million followers on instagram , Smitten Kitchen is one of the most popular food accounts on Instagram. The best part about Smitten Kitchen is that the account is global in terms of its recipe. You can find posts about French Onion Soup and you can also find stuff about desi Indian dishes like Gobi Mutter Masala.
Further, Smitten Kitchen is not solely about posts. You can also find the recipes for everything they have posted about on their website. If you are looking to drool and then make everyone in your house drool, give Smitten Kitchen a visit.
2. Skinny Taste
Skinny Taste lives up to its name. The channel is run by food blogger Gina Homolka and has more than five million followers on Facebook alone, along with 1.7 million on Instagram. Skinny Taste is best suited for people looking to eat healthy. Gina is also a food influencer and you can also tag your posts with #skinnytaste to get featured, which is amazing for those of you who are talented culinary-wise.
Once again, you can easily visit Skinny Taste’s profile link which will give you further information about the posts on the channel including recipes.
Let us talk about women-power. Ashrod is run by a busy wife who parents three children as amazingly as she manages her Instagram page. She was also the hostess of the award-winning Kitchen Unnecessary series.
Posts on Ashrod include every kind of menu imaginable. You can see mushrooms, donuts, fruits, gourmet dinners, crackers, and a plethora of other dishes on Ashrod’s feed. Plus, the page is versatile. It is not solely about food. You will find images about travel, nature, some interesting quotes, and other engaging content that will always be a blessing to your feed.
4. A Cozy Kitchen
A Cozy Kitchen, run by Latin American Blogger Adrianna Adarme, showcases traditional recipes from either side of her family. Her mother was Peruvian and her father Colombian. Thus, the range on her page is exciting, to say the least.
Further, Adrianna often spices things up by combining ideas and styles from both sides, which leads to interesting and often humorous content that will always be a great addition to your feed.
If you wish to gain an insight into how Adrianna prepares her dishes.
5. Feed Your Soull
With a deliberate double L in the end, this Instagram channel, run by Gissele Alzate, is an insight into the entire foodscape of the United States. Feed Your Soull curates the best of the culinary world from across the entire country and has received a massive following for bringing those delicacies together.
While this channel will not help you find new recipes, it is a pretty great account to have in your feed since you will never be at a loss for something new. Their posts are geotagged, and they also tag the restaurant/café they visit. Thus, Feed Your Soull will help you find amazing places to eat without having to worry about the quality of food.
I do not care what you say. If I am going to see an array of dishes in my Instagram feed, they better contain something sweet as well or I am hitting unfollow. Luckily, Bakerella helps. Run by Angie Dudley, Bakerella is a treasure horde for those of you with a sweet tooth since the channel posts content about Cupcakes, pastries, and several other kinds of desserts.
Angie also has her own website where you can find recipes for brownies, cakes, cookies, etc. You can also find stuff sorted by theme and holiday which is pretty helpful for when you are trying to make a quick decision about your holiday treat.
7. Minimalist Baker
I am not against cooking. But I also hate it when I have to dump in an entire kitchen to produce just one little bowl of soup or something like that.
That might be a bit exaggerated, but if you are also looking for simple, minimalist dishes, then Minimalist Baker is an amazing channel that you must follow. The bio claims that you will find dishes with 10 ingredients or less on their page. The recipes for the same are available at this link.
If you have other channels you think deserve a spot on this list, let us know through the comments box below.