B logging may not be an easy industry to break into, but once you do, you can reap a lot of benefits. The following bloggers didn’t know they’d be so famous when they started, which is what makes their stories so special. Listed below are the best food bloggers in the world, who not only create content but also have been critically acclaimed for doing so.
In 2012, while being diagnosed with PTS (Postural Tachycardia Syndrome), Ella Woodward started her blog, Deliciously Ella, to keep track of her meals and try out new recipes.
Her platform’s portfolio has since expanded to include a mobile application, 3 cookbooks, her personally owned deli, and a commercial line of healthy snacks. Woodward seems to show no signs of ever slowing down, continuing to produce the visually attractive and simple-to-replicate recipes for which she has widely become known.
Fit Men Cook's Kevin Curry launched his food blog after making a conscious effort to live a healthy lifestyle. During his fitness journey, Curry recognized that working out for hours wouldn't compensate for a terrible diet, so he began cooking more of the meals he ate.
Fit Men Cook was created as a forum for him to share healthy recipes with other people as his enthusiasm for healthy eating expanded. Curry's business developed into two phone applications since then, and he's flaunted features in The Huffington Post, Men's Health, and other publications.
Ali Ebright started her food blog Gimme Some Oven to keep track of all of her recipes in one place. Her blog began with an emphasis on cooking and developing recipes but has now grown to include DIY crafts and other life advice in general.
Ebright resides within Kansas City with her spouse and puppy, and she likes entertaining people with her culinary skills.
In 2012, Dana Shultz, a recipe creator from Portland, and her husband John, started their site Minimalist Baker. Her food recipes are designed to be quick and easy, with only 10 ingredients, one bowl/pot, and 30 minutes of prep time.
Shultz also published one e-book, a cookbook, and courses on blogging and food photography, all of which are available on her site.
Natasha Kravchuk began her culinary and family blog, Natasha's Kitchen, in 2009. Natasha’s entire family immigrated from Ukraine to America by the time she was four years old, and she got old eating a nice and unique blend of Russian, Ukrainian, and American food.
Kravchuk's blog features dishes from Ukraine and the United States, as well as cooking instructions and videography. She also writes posts for her social media readership of over two million people across different social platforms.
Laura Muthesius and Nora Eisermann, like several food bloggers, were motivated to start their blog by their own experiences. Muthesius had dietary sensitivities, so the two had to discover or make the ultimate chocolate cake, but it had to be gluten-free.
Muthesius specializes in photography, whereas Eisermann boasts a professional background in fashion design. The German creators have pooled their talents to create delectable vegetarian and gluten-free meals.
Lindsay Ostrom, a self-taught creator of recipes who works as a school teacher, started blogging in 2010. She began full-time blogging in 2014, and she continues doing so with the aid of her spouse Bjork today.
On her website, Ostrom has a large collection of recipes grouped by course. She also frequently posts culinary videos with step instructions as well as blogging tips for prospective bloggers.
Ree Drummond, the owner of The Pioneer Woman, located in Oklahoma, has a staggering reach of more than 7 million people on her social media applications. She started blogging in the year 2006, and since then has already published seven bestseller books, and won a slew of blogging accolades.
Drummond is known widely for her versatile recipes, but she also writes about family and life in a small town on a daily basis.
Sally McKenney's Baking Addiction offers dishes that evoke feelings of nostalgia and comfort. McKenney presents traditional recipes, adored by a varied audience of roughly 1 million people across her multiple social media accounts, whether it's the ideal cookie or cake.
Despite the fact that she began her food blog while being twenty-something, her baking has blossomed into a full-time job for her since then, with three of the bestseller volumes to her credit.
These are the best food bloggers in the world listed above. If you are ever looking for inspiration to cook, look at their websites. But if you’re ever looking for motivation to blog, listen to their stories.