I have been blogging for a few years now and I’ve been reading blogs even longer than that. There are probably at least 10 bloggers I still follow very consistently to see what new delicious recipes they have come up with for their readers to try. A big part of being a food blogger is recipe development so many times I get caught up making my own recipes and don’t often to get to try new ones. However I do have a few tried and few recipes from bloggers that I make again and again. Today I’m sharing those recipes that I love because I think you will love them too!
I met Tawnie a couple of years ago at Blog Brulee and not only is she super talented, she is super sweet. Her photos and videos have really improved over that last year- they look amazing! I really need to start trying more of her recipes because I am always drooling when I look at the photos. This recipe is great for a snack or a couple warmed back up for breakfast. I’ll make a batch and the hubs and I will enjoy them throughout the week (he loves this recipe too!)
This might be the blogger recipe I make the most often actually. I’ve easily make it over 10 times and I’m obsessed. It’s a take on a healthier molten lava cake but I usually fill mine with peanut butter. It is one of my favorite homemade desserts and it’s easy to make as well.
Lindsay is also one of the first bloggers I’ve started following and is a fellow RD as well. She churns out new recipes every week and I’ve made several of them but this is my favorite. Like me, she definitely loves using sweet potatoes in her desserts.
Anne is one of the first bloggers I started following years ago. We share similar nutrition philosophies in how we practice and even though sharing recipes isn’t her main focus, every recipe I’ve made from her blog has been a success, but this is one I’ve made several times.
Alexis is also a Registered Dietitian but part of her full time job is also recipe development at Alchemy (which I actually visited last year!) I love her vegetarian focused recipes and I’ve also made a quite of a few her recipes as well- her desserts are excellent but I love this chickpea curry. So easy to make and full of flavor.
Kylie is definitely one of my favorite bloggers. I love the ED nutrition content she shares, real life glimpses, and of course her recipes. When I think of Kylie’s recipes I think bright and colorful but I also think of cookies since I purchased her single serving cookie ebook a few years ago. It’s a great way to satisfy that cookie craving without needing to make a whole batch. Her oatmeal recipes are also ones I’ve made and enjoyed so I decided to share a combo of the two.
This is my favorite savory recipe that I make again and again- mostly because there are so many different varieties to make. We actually had a version of this for dinner two nights ago, but used cauliflower crust pizza instead. Toppings included pesto, mozzarella, artichokes, sundried tomatoes and olives.
Figured I should also share the recipe of mine that I make the most and it’s definitely this vegan cookie dough for my sweet/dessert type recipes.
Do you have a favorite recipe from one of your favorite bloggers?? I definitely have more to try! Please share one of your go tos in the comments!