Hi Friends! Today I am sharing five of my favorite recipe bloggers that make it work behind the stove. The five foodies featured below fall into my no-fail category and everything I’ve made is undoubtedly delicious.
Since we’re all unique when it comes to what satisfies our craving, I am going to break this down as follows:
- Best For…
- Recipe Blogger
- The Must-Try Recipe
I listened to a lot of Salt-n-Peppa during today’s workout so…let’s talk about food, baby!
Weeknight Dinner Winners with Lil’ Luna
I stumbled upon Kristyn, and her blog, Lil’ Luna through the power of Pinterest. Lil’ Luna’s creations came to my rescue many times while creating a meal plan for our family of 5 and working full time. She’s a mom of six so her recipes are quick, easy and delicious [which helps combat those eat-your-food struggles].
Lil’ Luna’s website offers so much more than just good eats. After you check out her recipe box, stick around to see what holidays she’s styling and crafts she’s DIY-ing. She has a handful of free downloads for coloring and crafting. I especially love the holiday printables.
Lil’ Luna Recipes You Must Try:
Quick + Easy with Damn Delicious
Chungah Rhee is the brains behind Damn Delicious. Her concoctions have been popping up all over my Pinterest feed for years. When I see a recipe float by linked to her website, I immediately Pin It because everything she creates turns to kitchen gold.
With 7 years under her domain, a registered trademark and a team of contributors, you can bet this girl is bringing the heat. Go ahead and deep dive into all her offerings here and give my three faves a whirl.
Damn Delicious Recipes You Must Try:
Wallet-Friendly with Budget Bytes
I think on some level we are all either watching our wallets, our waistlines or both, right? Beth over at Budget Bytes has your pocketbook covered with her recipes and cost break down next to each and every ingredient. Over the last year, a majority of our family meal plan came from this website. It’s heavier on the veggies and meatless dishes plus offers weekly meal prep to take on the go.
Budget Bytes contains over 1,000 recipes, has a downloadable app [take it to the grocery!] and makes meals affordable and delicious all together. Once you dive into this recipe blog, you will surely “cents” a change in your meal planning habits.
Budget Bytes Recipes You Must Try:
- Moroccan Spiced Sweet Potatoes [and the Meal Prep they pair perfectly with].
- Chipotle Portobello Fajitas
- Vegetable Pot Pie with Cheddar Biscuit Topping
Indulge with The Girl Who Ate Everything
Christy, a self-proclaimed foodaholic is The Girl Who Ate Everything and luckily lives to blog about it. From contributing her work at Tablespoon, whipping up dishes in the Betty Crocker test kitchen, to feeding her five children, it’s a wonder how she finds time to eat at all!
I adore her recipes and feel a special kinship on the sole fact that she might have a sweeter tooth than I do, and that’s pretty hard to come by. Need an appetizer to wow, a dinner for a crowd, or a dessert better than you-know-what? The Girl Who Ate Everything will cover all your recipe needs.
The Girl Who Ate Everything Recipes You Must Try:
Comfort Food with Taste Better From Scratch
To prepare for this post, I went through my most pinned recipes on my Pinterest Meal Plan board. Taste Better From Scratch came up so often, I almost forgot what I was doing and started to repin what I had already saved. Lauren is the recipe creator, photographer
If you’re into Sunday dinners, live for those fall afternoons by the stove, and love to fill your table with friends and good food, this
Taste Better From Scratch Recipes You Must Try:
- Instant Pot Tomato Basil Soup with Parmesan
- Creamy Spinach and Tomato Tortellini
- The Best Black Bean Burger
About halfway through writing today’s blog post, I thought of all the folks who may be reading this with hours before another meal. I truly apologize for whatever hanger develops after viewing all these savory sites and recipes.
Pinterest is a place that I apparently spend a lot of time on. I still remember finding it in 2011. My how this platform has grown. Around 19.5k monthly viewers check out the things I’m pinning and maybe some of those things will interest you too! Follow one of my boards or the whole Ooh La Laura Pinterest Page and get a peak where my head is at on any given day.
If you’re new to Ooh La Laura, or just missed out on some posts – check out what’s cooking in my kitchen here. I just posted my homemade Roasted Tomato Sauce Part 1 & 2 to IGTV [Instagram] and YouTube. Look for the written recipe on the blog soon!
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