1. Fake Ginger
Why follow? Food blogger Amanda Livesay has been sharing recipes on Fake Ginger since 2007. She’s an infantry wife, a mother to three, and an infatuated dog lover. Livesay’s winning combination of sarcasm and sprinkles has garnered her over 4 million Pinterest followers.
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Why follow? Simple: The account’s name is nothing but the truth. Chung-Ah Rhee created her food blog in 2011 and has been a powerhouse in the online food community ever since. She lives in L.A., where she creates all of her amazing recipes in her tiny, closet-sized kitchen. Her Pinterest account is a great source for quick, satisfying dinners and a lot more.
3. Molly Yeh
Why follow? Molly Yeh made the big move from Brooklyn, NY to a farm outside of Grand Forks, North Dakota, where her husband is a fifth-generation farmer. She graduated from Juilliard with a degree in Percussion, but during her time in New York, she also fell wildly in love with food. Follow her on Pinterest as she pursues both of her passions.
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Why follow? John and Dana are a husband-and-wife team from Oregon who specialize in simple, beginner-friendly recipes that use just a handful of ingredients and take 30 minutes (or less!) to make. They’ve also got plenty of gluten-free and vegan options — and beautiful photography.
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Why follow? Tablespoon is a good go-to source for recipes, food hacks, how-tos and party ideas. Every single board on their Pinterest account is dedicated to food, ranging from baking to summer eats.
6. Averie Cooks
Why follow? Averie shares new recipes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, meaning her Pinterest followers will have something new to drool over almost every day of the week.
Why follow? Faith’s photography skills make for beautiful, sophisticated food pins that will impress everyone who follows you.
Why follow? Naomi’s baking philosophy is “have fun and don’t worry about the failures, learn from them and throw out most conventions to find your creativity.” It’s the successes that come from that experimentation that have earned Naomi such a large following on her blog and social media, including Pinterest.
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Why follow? Ali, the Kansas City blogger behind Gimme Some Oven, loves getting to spend time around the table with good people and good food. If you ever make one of her recipes, tag it #gimmesomeoven on Instagram and she might stop by to say hey.
10. Pinch of Yum
Why follow? Former elementary school teacher Lindsay has been running Pinch of Yum full-time (with her tech-savvy husband Bjork) for some time now. Following her on Pinterest will most likely make you jealous of her job.
11. Jo Cooks
Why follow? Jo brings a taste of Romania to many of her recipes, and her Pinterest account is a delicious way to explore that heritage.
Why follow? Peabody’s goal as a cook is to inspire you with simple, accessible, and sometimes indulgent recipes you’ll want to make as soon as you see them. If you follow her on Pinterest, chances are that you won’t be able to resist.
Why follow? Anetta started her food blog because her friends were beyond tired of her posting cell phone pictures of her dinners on Facebook. Her Pinterest followers sure don’t complain about her tantalizing recipe pins.
15. Joanne Bruno
Why follow? Joanne started blogging in 2009, during her senior year in college, as a way to teach herself how to cook and avoid dorm food. Since then, she has embraced a vegetarian, whole-foods based lifestyle and filled up her Pinterest boards with delicious meat-free recipes.
16. Nutmeg Nanny
Why follow? Brandy O’Nieill, better know as The Nutmeg Nanny, left the cornfields of Ohio for the rolling hills of the Hudson Valley region of New York. Her food is influenced by her small town roots as well as her many travels around the world. Follow her on Pinterest through her mostly sweet, but sometimes savory life.
17. Sweet Basil
Why follow? Carrian, the brains behind Sweet Basil, divides her pinning energy between Nutella recipes and fitness routines. We applaud the wife and mother of two for being so well-balanced.
Why follow?: The southern belle behind Spicy Southern Kitchen, Christin, turns up the heat when she throws down in the kitchen. Christin is continuously trying new foods and experimenting in the kitchen because she hates the repetitive and mundane when it comes to cooking. Follow her Pinterest for some spice in your life.
Why? Sally likes to take pictures, write, run, and bake. The kitchen is where her creative juices flow and Sally’s Baking Addiction is where she shares it all with the world. The baking addict claims to be “no Betty Crocker,” but can make a mean salted caramel apple pie. You can find the pie and much more on her Pinterest.
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Why follow? Tiffany is a self-taught cook and lover of all things white chocolate. Her incredible photography skills make even the simplest meals look exquisite.
21. Recipe Girl
Why follow? Recipegirl.com houses over 2,700 original and adapted recipes. With over 100 boards dedicated to food on Pinterest, you’re bound to find a pin for what you’re craving.
22. Cooking Classy
Why follow? There’s nothing Jacklyn won’t do for some good enchiladas with lots of ooey-gooey cheese. (Yes please.) Follow her Pinterest for top-notch indulgent recipes.
Why follow? Alexis started her blog in 2013 to share healthy recipes and teach others that living a clean lifestyle can be fun and exciting. Her Pinterest boards help sort her beautiful recipes according to special diets and allergens.
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25. Oh My Veggies
Why follow? Oh My Veggie’s goal is not to recreate the experience of eating meat. They provide vegetarian recipes using real ingredients that are delicious in their own right. Follow Oh My Veggies on Pinterest for tons of variety and new ideas to inspire your own cooking.
26. Cookie + Kate
Why follow? The Kate half of Cookie + Kate is totally and utterly obsessed with food. She daydreams about new recipes, devours cookbooks, and keeps up with food policy and nutrition. Kate chooses to not use meat in her recipes, so you will find vegetarian-friendly recipes all over her Pinterest.