Top UK food bloggers to follow on Twitter

Posted by: info@esthergodoy.com on December 2, 2016

Food is our favourite subject and healthy eating is what we’re all about. Whether you’re looking to change your diet, improve your overall health or just learn how to bake sugar-free desserts, Natvia has your back. For years now we have brought to the world, easy to make, sugar-free recipes to motivate the world to quit sugar.

To help inspire you further we’ve put together a list of food bloggers we love and think you should follow on Twitter.

http://wholeheartedlyhealthy.com/

image credit: wholeheartedly.com

image credit: wholeheartedly.com

Health coach, and well-being writer, Laura from Whole Heartedly made our top 10 list because we love her recipes. Promoting health and a balanced nutritional lifestyle, her blog offers its readers plenty of opportunities to get savvy about eating well. She has loads of exciting recipes that are suitable for any occasion, all promoting a healthy lifestyle. Follow Laura on Twitter

http://www.honestlyhealthyfood.com/

image credit: Natasha Corrett

image credit: Natasha Corrett

With plenty of choices for gluten free, wheat free and dairy free recipes, Honestly Healthy Food will certainly put you on the right path towards clean eating. Whether you are looking for ideas on healthy snacking, smoothie recipes, healthy baking and more, you will surely find all the inspiration you need here. Follow Honestly Healthy Food on Twitter.

http://madeleineshaw.com/

image credit : Madeline Shaw

image credit : Madeline Shaw

Based in the capital city, Madeline is all about making food look pretty and healthy of course. She is a student of Naturopathy and is set out to inspire the world to lead a healthy lifestyle through good nutritional practices. Madeline has also published two books, “Get the glow” and her latest release, “Ready, Steady, Glow. Want to get creative in the kitchen? Connect with Madeline on Twitter and get inspired.

www.happyskinkitchen.com/

image credit: Happyskinkitchen.com

image credit: Happyskinkitchen.com

Based in London, Elisa shares her passion for healthy eating with the rest of us and we are grateful for it. Her recipes are filled with yummy nutrients that are good for the skin and the general well being. Elisa offers a variety of dishes, from healthy snacks to soups and without a doubt, our favourite, deserts. To discover more healthy treat recipes, follow happyskinkitchen on Twitter.

www.deliciouslyella.com

image credit: deliciouslyella.com

image credit: deliciouslyella.com

You don’t need to think too long to realise that this website is all about delicious foods. In 2011, Ella was diagnosed with Postural Tachycardia syndrome which prompted her to learn more about diet and health. Ella has a great way of bringing to reality her passion for food and all things culinary. With four books published and a grande social media following, Ella is certainly one very adored food expert. Follow Deliciously Ella on Twitter.

http://charlotteslivelykitchen.com

image credit: Charlotte Oates

image credit: Charlotte Oates

Charlotte’s kitchen sure is lively with all the amazing dishes she shares with her audience. If you are in need of some breakfast inspiration, her recipes will be the perfect place to get plenty of ideas. She also shares loads of refreshing smoothie recipes, that will serve as a great motivation for a fresh start in the New Year. Don’t believe us? Follow her on twitter to get all the updates.

http://www.kathrynbruton.com

image credit: Kathryn Bruton

image credit: Kathryn Bruton

Based in London, Kathryn is a food stylist and writer. As a passionate foodie, she brings her audience delicious dishes photographed beautifully. With many years spent working in the food industry, Kathryn’s experience as a foodie is definitely easily noticed on her site. Her book Skinny Soups presents 80 flavoured recipes of 300 calories or less, making it a go to guide for clean eating. Why we love her blog? Besides all the delicious recipes she posts, she does a great job giving personality to all her dishes through the bright imagery and engaging articles. Follow Kathryn on Twitter.

www.joskitchen.co.uk

image credit: joskitchen.com

image credit: joskitchen.com

Busy mum of 2 and cake fan Jo from Jo’s Kitchen makes our top 10 list because we simply love her yummy and simple recipes. She keeps it real by posting mostly traditional English recipes with a unique twist. She is also the founder of Midlands Food Bloggers, a place for the foodie experts from the area get together to share their expertise and yummy recipes with the rest of the world. Follow Jo on Twitter.

www.elizabethskitchendiary.co.uk

image credit: elizabethskitchen.com

image credit: elizabethskitchendiary.co.uk

We absolutely love Elizabeth’s blog. She is a passionate adventurer and combines her passion for health, food and travel into one space, calling it Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary. Here, you can expect to explore tasty treat recipes from different parts of the world. Her menu is filled with unique dishes, but of course our favourite is her “All manner of sweet things” section. Connect with her on Twitter to find out more.

www.wildeorchard.co.uk

image credit: Debs Thompson

image credit: Debs Thompson

Debbie is the mastermind behind the Wilde Orchard, a blog filled with tasty recipes. Her philosophy is that food should be a fun adventure to go on three or more times a day. Her recipes are often vegan friendly, gluten free and of course sugar-free. Why we love her blog? Not only are her culinary creations simply delicious, but her images are bright and colourful, guarantee to bring the good vibes to anybody browsing for something yummy to make. Follow Wilde Orchard on Twitter.

Do you have any favourite bloggers you’d like to share with us? Tweet us to let us know.

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