We find new vegan food bloggers every day. Some use their blog as a way of vegan activism and some use it as a creative outlet showcasing their incredible cooking skills. But all of them have something special to offer the world. Here is a list of our favorite vegan food bloggers, in random order, that everyone should check out.
The Edgy Veg
If you’re looking for vegan recipes that are anything but boring, The Edgy Veg is the blog for you. Founded by vegan food blogger Candice Hutchings, this site is all about vegan food that is both delicious and easy to make.
Whether you’re a vegan yourself or just looking to add more meatless meals to your repertoire, The Edgy Veg has tons of great recipes to try. From comfort food classics like mac and cheese to more adventurous dishes like Vegan Shawarma with Oyster Mushrooms, there’s something for everyone on this blog.
The Minimalist Baker
Vegan food blogger Dana Shultz is the mastermind behind The Minimalist Baker. The focus of the blog is on vegan recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl, and a maximum of 30 minutes to prepare.
The blog is called The minimalist baker, but it’s not just a dessert or pastry blog. You can find ideas for your breakfast, lunch, or dinner. If you’re looking for vegan recipes that are also gluten-free, this is your destination.
The Vegan 8
If you’re looking for some delicious vegan recipes using whole foods with focusing on muscle building, look no further than The Vegan 8!
This blog is packed with creative and tasty vegan dishes that are sure to please everyone at the table.
You will find vegan food that is oil-free, dairy-free, tofu-free, with no added gums, mostly gluten-free, and with 8 ingredients or less.
Hot For Food
If you’re a vegan foodie, then you’ve probably heard of Hot For Food. This popular blog is all about delicious vegan comfort recipes.
Hot For Food has been around since 2015, and in that time, Lauren has built up a loyal following of vegan foodies.
Her recipes are simple and straightforward, but they’re always packed with flavor. And whether you’re looking for mac and cheese, burgers, caesar salad, or cheesecake, Hot For Food has got you covered.
If you’re thinking about going vegan, or if you’re already there and looking for some new recipe inspiration, then be sure to check out Hot For Food.
Plant-Based on a Budget
If you’re looking for vegan recipes that are affordable and delicious, then you’ll want to check out Plant Based on a Budget. This amazing blog is run by vegan food blogger Toni Okamoto, who shows her readers how to make plant-based meal plans if you only have $25 per week to spend on groceries.
One of the things I love about Toni’s blog is that she includes lots of tips and tricks for saving money on vegan groceries. For example, she always buys in bulk and freezes her food so that she can save money in the long run. She also meal-preps like a pro, which helps her to save both time and money.
It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken
It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken is a vegan blog written by Toronto-based author and recipe developer Sam Turnbull. The blog features recipes that are both delicious and easy to make, as well as tips and tricks for living a vegan lifestyle.
After growing up in a family of hunters and being an avid meat eater, she decided to watch the Vegucated documentary. After going vegan herself, she realized that there was a lack of good vegan recipes out there. So, she decided to start her own blog as a way to share her own vegan creations with the world. Check it out!
The Vegan Stoner
If you’re looking for some vegan-friendly cooking inspiration, then look no further than the vegan food blogger The Vegan Stoner! This blog is dedicated to providing delicious and easy-to-follow recipes that even the most novice of cooks can whip up.
Each recipe on The Vegan Stoner is accompanied by step-by-step photos and instructions, so you can be sure that your meal will turn out just as delicious as it looks.