When you’re looking for amazing and creative recipes, checking out the blogosphere is always a good place to start — but with so many great food blogs (each one packed with delicious recipes that have been tested for accuracy and deliciousness), how do you choose which to follow?
If you’re looking for a few amazing vegan recipe blogs, good news — we’ve found five that are creative, beautifully photographed, and highly readable. Here are five vegan blogs that we love (in alphabetical order!):
Coconut and Berries
With a passion for good, clean food and a mission to use veganism as a means of becoming more connected to the world around her, Emma (the blogger and vegan foodie behind the blog Coconut and Berries) inspires her readers to eat more tasty plant-based foods. Try her quinoa-bean bites with chipotle mashed sweet potatoes; they’re delicious!
Oh She Glows
With far more than a handful of awards for her site and a New York Times best-selling cookbook, blogger Angela Liddon will have you racing to your kitchen to make delicious, meat-free, dairy-free recipes like her insanely beautiful roasted beet salad with hazelnuts, thyme, and balsamic reduction.
Aine Carlin (the blogger behind Pea Soup, a vegan lifestyle blog and author of Keep it Vegan) may actually convince us to give up meat and dairy altogether — her vegan recipes are bright, colorful, and full of flavor. Don’t miss her corn chowder; it’s sure to be a go-to recipe for summer.
Pickles & Honey
Talk about getting back to basics. Blogger Amanda and her husband/photographer Aaron take recipes that we know and love and simplify them to the most basic ingredients — all while making them completely vegan! And what’s not to love about vegan Funfetti Cupcakes?!
This Rawsome Vegan Life
Blogger Em says that she believes in “living as naturally, minimally, and sustainably as possible.” We think she should add “deliciously” to that list; just check out her raw carrot cake with cashew cream cheese frosting and you’ll see what we mean.
Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.