Food inspiration and Instagram go hand in hand with these creative accounts. Covering everything from irresistible food porn to local eateries to inspiring recipes, food lovers will want to click follow on every single one of these accounts.
The images are truly fresh and inspiring without being salesy which is exactly how Instagram is best leveraged.
Whereas most food accounts just showcase plates of food, the Chef demonstrates the many aspects of work and personal life while offering recipes and dishes that appeal to everyone.
Who doesn’t love cake? But couple that with art and you’ve got amazing photo-worthy desserts that’ll sugar coat your taste buds.
People who love food and images of amazing delicious desserts will want to know about the instagram for Dr Shica’s Flavor Mixes!
This Mexico City food/restaurant influencer looks to showcase a more democratic approach to the food scene in this thriving gastronomic capital. He would post high-end restaurants but above will work on getting to the lesser known gems of diffrent foods in the city with representatives of those restaurants (chef, manager, etc) as the presenters.
Tempt sweet taste-buds with this fun, flavorful, and colorful Instagram Account. Learn tidbits of French, French History, and Food Facts. Also, since Duverger Macarons are Certified Organic and Gluten-Free, one doesn’t have to feel guilty about indulging in these delightful confections that shine brightly on social media.
Ben Friedenberg @junkfoodkids on Instagram is a food blogger that is also a Type one diabetic, a cookbook author who has carb counts and protein counts these not only help type 1 diabetic, also people doing keto. Her cookbooks and recipes are written for everyone with a variety of eating styles. She also does events that benefit JDRF. Her upcoming book signing with Lilly Pulitzer is a JDRF fundraiser as well.
This IG brings the best of natural New Zealand food to the USA and they’ve got a beautiful account for foodies to enjoy.
An obsession beyond a cupcake replacement, BomboBar’s social media is exposing Chicago food fanatics to another food account to follow; @BomboBar. Today, everyone wants an immediate fix and are striving to find new ways and new accounts to follow to achieve instant gratification. A platform many people turn to for this is the social media giant, Instagram.
Coach Heather shares behind the scenes snaps of what’s on the table for a vegetarian home cook. You’ll find simple and delicious whole foods inspiration for everyday eating, and conversations about lifestyle habits that stimulate the Rest and Digest response. #xlntnutrition
Hop Culture’s craft beer content is so aesthetically pleasing and fun to follow. They have fun giveaways, awesome collab glasses, and a unique style of showcasing each beer. Worth a follow.
Although not soley focussed on food, the recipes are healthy yet great tasting by adding little known natural exotic ingredients to well known healthy meals.
The Sous Vide Tools Instagram feed features some of the best in sous vide cooking, giving plenty of inspiration with beautifully presented images and fantastic videos. There is also plenty of behind the scenes content, giving a little variety and extra information for anyone interested in sous vide cooking, spherification, meat smoking, and other challenging methods of food preparation.
A lawyer and an accountant by trade, David Chan found a new gig. He has become the foodie’s go-to guide for Chinese restaurants worldwide. He’s eaten at over 7,000 Chinese restaurants globally, keeping meticulous records on spreadsheets. Once a bean counter, always a bean counter! He has his hand on the pulse (and taste buds!) of the past, present and future of Cantonese, Sichuan, Hunan, Fujian, etc. cuisines. Chan’s IG formula is simple. He posts a photo, a description of the dish with the name and location of the restaurant. If you want more information, message him. He focuses mainly on communities with a large Chinese population, southern and northern California and New York. But if you find yourself on the road in a different state or country, craving Chinese food, Chan’s your man!
This fun account features colourful, healthy vegan recipes with a focus on eating to fuel your body. From protein-packed flapjacks to hearty jackfruit Bolognese, this account guarantees your mind will be spinning with new plant-based recipe inspiration!
foodbabyny is one of the best, most unique foodie accounts on Instagram! Mike Chau started the account back in 2014, when he began posting photos of New York City’s most delicious foods next to his two children. He now has three adorable kids, which he and wife Alex bring along with them on their various foodie adventures. What I love about the account is the kids! They really make the photos and videos so much more interesting! As we all know, kids love to react to delicious foods. They gasp in amazement over the pull of a pizza’s cheese, for example, or roll their eyes back in bliss over the ooey-gooey inside of a warm cookie. The family often checks out new restaurants before anyone else does. If it’s on their Instagram page, it’s probably delicious! I just love checking out @foodbabyny on Instagram to discover the best places to eat in New York.
Julie is a Los Angeles based food blogger who shoots collages of prepared and arranged foods and fresh herbs while incorporating print design into her account for flair. She even plants her own foods and purchases fresh produce from local farmer’s markets. Julie’s use of color and light in her photography work can make something as simple as fresh berries look aesthetically beautiful. With a 153k following base, it’s easy to see why she’s so popular on Instagram.
Food in the air is rather self-explanatory, and features delicious treats and foods held up against skylines and beautiful settings as backdrops. If you’re looking to view the perfect swirled ice cream cone with a beautiful beach setting in the background or an avocado toast platter with a luxury hotel photo as a backdrop, this is an account you need to follow. There’s beauty in the food and in the incredible background monuments and background photography work.
Charlie Patel from Ampfluence
Tracy Lamourie from Lamourie PR and Media
Christian Landeros from Shehadi PR
Christina Towle from BuzzBright PR
Ashley Nunez from Junk Food Kids
Sarah Ayala from The Kiwi Importer
Cara Zizzo from DineAmic Group
Heather Lynn Darby from xlnt Nutrition and Fitness
Sally Evans from the ACE agency
Arien Reeberg from ArienReeberg
Katie Sadler from Sous Vide Tools
Vivian Young from Lottery Critic
Yaz Purnell from The Wallet Moth
Liz Jeneault from Faveable
Beverly Friedmann from MyFoodSubscriptions