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Blogger Spotlight: ‘The Healthy Cooking Blog’

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“Real food, real easy… for real people”: That’s Holly Clegg’s motto and the guiding principle of her website, The Healthy Cooking Blog.

It’s debatable whether Clegg may need an introduction here as she has been a presence in the blogging world since the early ‘90s, written numerous cookbooks, appeared on TV and talk shows, and is the soon-to-be recipient of the Baton Rouge Epicurean Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016.

Although you may know her name, her blog, or her books, we are sure you want to know more! Check out her interview with The Daily Meal below:

The Daily Meal: What is the mission of your blog?

Holly Clegg: To inspire, encourage, and motivate people to cook healthier with my easy, everyday, time-efficient recipes. For those people with more health-focused diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, or cancer, I provide mainstream recipes, tips, and guidance to better understand the correlation with what they eat and their health. What you eat can make a difference!

How’d you get started?

After attending the Cordon Bleu Cooking School and working as a gourmet cook, I started to believe there was a correlation with what you ate and health, but all the “diet” recipes at that time tasted like cardboard or diet food. I was ahead of my time, as I self-published my first trim &TERRIFIC® cookbook in 1993 to show that I could give you “good” food that was “good” for you.

I then signed with Random House, Running Press, had spokesperson opportunities for companies like Teflon and Walmart, and appeared on national shows from QVC, Today Show, Fox & Friends, and The 700 Club. From there, my trim&TERRIFIC series developed and I had my brand that is still popular more than 20 years later. I also began to focus on more targeted health recipes with my Eating Well series to include diabetes, cancer, and arthritis cookbooks.

Today, I have sold more than 1 million cookbooks but also have been married 36 years with incredible kids and now grandchildren! I believe in finding a balance between your professional and personal life.

Are there any foods you can’t live without?

I think avocado should be on anything savory and coconut and pecans on any food that is sweet. Maybe I should also include pecan pie — I have been known to sliver and eat a whole half of a pie in one sitting! However, it is all trim & terrific!

Are there any foods you can’t stand?

Canned beets and liver.

What is your proudest post?

This post is about my father going through cancer treatment and how I tested recipes on him. He was my inspiration for the cookbook Eating Well Through Cancer.

What is your biggest blogging blunder?

Not posting enough pictures. Everyone likes to see what the food looks like in real life! Also, taking the time to check for grammatical and spelling mistakes.

What is you most memorable comment from a reader?

“I love your recipes as most of the time I already have all the ingredients in my pantry!”

Guess what, there’s a reason for this as I only include mainstream, one-stop shopping ingredients. Also, a man in New York bought my cookbook after my Fox & Friends appearance and he said, “He had lost weight with my book and loved the recipes but he wished the word “diabetic” wasn’t on the cover so more people would understand that a diabetic diet really is just healthy eating.

What’s on your cooking playlist?

I’m not so much into music but I love when my husband and kids and now grandkids are around and I am cooking with them.

Are there any food blogs you love?

I think I enjoy Pinterest instead of a blog as the photos are like eye candy on an empty stomach! My grocery list always grows after playing on Pinterest for a while.

What is the best thing about blogging?

It is exciting and fun for me to share my passion for the mainstream, healthier recipes from Southern to everyday cooking. Also, equally important for me is to post my diabetic-, cancer-, and arthritis-friendly recipes to help people eat and cook healthier while still letting them enjoy all their favorites.

What are some of the worst things about blogging?

The only negative about blogging is the time commitment.

Is there a recipe you’re currently obsessed with?

My glazed salmon has always been one of my go-to recipes, but everyone else is obsessed with this recipe, too. On YouTube, it has more than 310,000 views!

What would even your most loyal followers be surprised to learn about you?

I have a huge appetite and always clean my plate. I am also a makeup and skin care product junkie.

What are five of your all-time favorite posts?

King Cake: How to Make Easy King Cake Recipe With Crescent Rolls

Glazed Salmon: Easiest and Best Salmon Ever

Best Mediterranean Recipe: Show Stopper Mediterranean Layered Dip

Ooey Gooey Squares: All-Time Favorite

Football Centerpiece Plus Top Tailgating Recipes


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.


19 Healthy Food Instagrammers to Follow for Nonstop Recipe Inspiration

As someone who spends a lot of time looking for recipes as part of my job, I know how hard it can be to find ones that actually inspire you to cook. After a while, everything kind of starts to look the same—all those avocados and fried eggs sort of just blend together. The worst part? When I do find something that grabs my attention, it's usually too complicated for me to want to cook right away. Call it a bad case of Internet food ennui.

When I'm really feeling bogged down by the sameness of so many online recipes, these 19 healthy food Instagram accounts are just the palate cleansers I need. They put simple, healthy, interesting recipes I would actually make right on the 'gram, so I don't even have to pull out my computer to look them up and cook them. Even if you're not trying to find simple recipes, these accounts are still worth adding to your feed just for their gorgeous food photography. Get ready for swoon-worthy smoothie bowls, vibrant salads, healthy baked goods, and so much more.

Yumna Jawad started her Instagram account as a hobby, but her food photos gained her a serious fanbase and she's now got 2 million followers and counting. These days, she posts her recipes to her Feel Good Foodie blog, and they're everything from wholesome, kid-friendly favorites to dinner party-worthy sides.

Luise Vindahl, the woman behind this Danish healthy eating account, runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories where she makes extremely creative, healthy recipes will little-known, niche ingredients. Her feed is a showcase of some of the more photogenic recipes she's developed, including a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini, and black quinoa, and salads like the one above made with red cabbage, dried sumac, dried figs, and more.

Hashtag humblebrag: If you're not already following SELFstarter—SELF's subscription-based healthy meal planning service—on Instagram, you're missing out. On the daily, it posts fun, doable, healthy recipes you'll actually want to eat from the site and from healthy bloggers all around the 'gram.

Kevin Curry is the voice behind the mega-popular site Fit Men Cook. On his feed you'll find meal prep inspiration, healthy recipes with calculated macros (if you're into that kind of thing), and fun how-to videos.

Bon Appétit's healthy younger sibling is killing it on Instagram. Along with simple recipes like sheet pan salmon dinners and smashed cucumber salads, you'll also find aesthetically pleasing graphics and cartoons as well as info about unique new ingredients like pink radicchio and cannabis powder.

Vegan blogger, Gena Hamshaw, serves up the most colorful food shots on the Instagram account for her blog, The Full Helping. Here, you'll find out how to make spicy noodle bowls, roasted broccoli toast, and decked out baked potatoes, just to name a few recipes.

Eating Bird Food is one of the more creative healthy food blogs out there, and its Instagram account is no different. On it, creator of the blog, Brittany Mullins, chronicles her fitness adventures and the recipes she eats to keep her going. Tempeh chips, chickpea "cookie dough," and more will keep you on your toes.

Every recipe Minimalist Baker posts requires no more than 10 ingredients or 30 minutes to make—basically, they're about as easy as it gets. That doesn't mean they're boring, though. Mostly vegan, they include things like the raw banana split featured above and Korean-spiced cauliflower wings.

SELF's own features editor, Christine Byrne, runs an Instagram account full of all the oatmeal, peanut butter, and egg photos you know you need in your life. She's also serving up a bunch of great cooking and workout content in her stories that will make you want to do more of both.

Whether or not you have any interest in the Paleo diet, Nom Nom Paleo is an account worth following. Run by Michelle Tam, creator of the blog of the same name, makes simple recipes that are a cut above the rest. She uses basic ingredients and easy-to-learn techniques to make anything from chicken nuggets to roast salmon taste way better than you thought it could.

Created by registered dietitian duo, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez, this account is full of certified healthy recipes that anyone can make with ease. Blueberry flatbread pizzas, black bean tostadas, and so much more await.

Nazima Qureshi is a registered dietitian who works primarily with Muslim women, so hers is a great feed for anyone looking for culturally specific nutrition advice, especially on things like how to healthfully navigate Ramadan. That said, the recipes she posts are meant for everyone, and her healthy breakfast ideas are especially bookmark-worthy.

It's no surprise that registered dietitian Abby Langer makes a living off of her Instagram, because it's loaded with great food content. All the extremely colorful sandwiches, soups, and salads she posts are proof that she lives by the mantra eat the rainbow. Follow her and you can, too.

Vegan chef, Jenné Claiborne, knows exactly how to make vegan food that's as satisfying as anything else. Her account showcases hearty, delicious recipes like meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg salad sandwiches that taste as good as their non-vegan counterparts.

If you've ever wondered what it's like to live on the farm, follow Andrea Bemis stat. In addition to running the popular food blog Dishing up the Dirt, she posts all of her adventures on the farm and the easy, seasonal recipes they inspire on this account.

Jessica Beacom and Stacie Hassing, the registered dietitians behind the blog and the Instagram account The Real Food R.D.s, make real food that's also really good. They're a great account to follow if you're interested in trying out Whole30, because many of the recipes they share are compliant with the diet's restrictions.

Though the lavish food photography on this account might make the food seem fancy and complicated, it's actually just the opposite. Super simple and super tasty is the name of the game when it comes to these beautifully composed smoothie bowls and pancake stacks from blogger Ashley Alexander.

The great thing about Paige Adams, creator of food blog Lasting Ingredient is that she breaks down exactly how to make each recipe in the actual Instagram post. And the food is often so simple, it usually doesn't take her more than a paragraph or two to do it.

Lindsay Maitland, author of the recently released cookbook, Healthyish, knows how to balance healthy eats with indulgences. On her account, everything is a treat, even things that are totally nutritious like salads and oatmeal.