20 Foodie Instagram Accounts You Should Definitely Be Following

Get inspired by these amazing foodie instagram accounts.

What’s one of the easiest ways to make healthy food taste better? Since we eat with our eyes first, all you have to do is make it look beautiful! As a former restaurant chef, I can tell you that an Instagram-worthy plate of food can go a long way in the eyes of the customer. But, it’s not all about restaurant food: these foodie Instagram accounts prove that you don’t have to be a professional (and, you don’t even need a great camera) to create incredible, drool-worthy food photography. Many of these Instagrammers are using the cameras on their smart phones!

These foodie Instagram accounts will inspire you to take your cooking to the next level. You’ll want to cook with more colors, arrange your food perfectly, and pay attention to portion size. After all, it’s much easier to take a pretty picture of food if the plate isn’t piled super high!

It’s pretty much impossible to look through this list without getting hungry. So, come prepared by eating one of these healthy snacks to promote weight loss before you start browsing.

1. @albeeats

Get inspired to eat more vegan food with plant-based blogger Alexandra. Her gorgeous, vegetable-filled plates prove that it’s easier than you think to skip the meat. Try going meat-free yourself with our 7-day plant-based meal plan.

2. @besmarteatsmart


I can’t get over the vibrancy of the meals prepared by Be Smart Eat Smart. Their food is filled with healthy, nutrient-dense ingredients that are beautiful alternatives to “naughty” foods like burgers, pizza, cakes, cookies, and more.

3. @beautyblends

If you want to eat more fruit, this is definitely one of the foodie Instagram accounts you need to follow. This Dutch blogger blends up smoothies, healthy desserts, and fruit cocktails that are guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth (in a healthy way).

4. @naturalnomad

You might think that food that looks this incredible would be difficult to make, but Lauren at Natural Nomad is whipping up easy-to-make meals that are also full of nutrition and flavor. How perfect is that?

5. @chocolatecoveredkatie

Whip up some healthy desserts (and more) by following Chocolate Covered Katie. These raw, vegan recipes will challenge you to make great choices in the kitchen. After all, if her food looks that great, why shouldn’t you give it a try?

6. @thedelicious

I can’t decide what I like better: the images of the food, the way the ingredients work together, or Sarah’s humorous captions! This is one of those foodie Instagram accounts that is overflowing with gorgeous, full-flavored, healthy food.

7. @meowmeix

This nutrition blogger is all about meal prep. Her gorgeous posts will inspire you to stay within portion control and teach you all about how to make healthy food easier to make. Perfect!

8. @fitmencook

One glance at this Instagram feed will fill you full of ideas for the week! Kevin Curry (aka fitmencook) really covers the gambit, making healthy food exciting again.

9. @twohandsnyc

Love avocado toast? Runny poached eggs? Perfectly decorated latte art? This NYC coffee shop is serving up beautiful (and healthy) food, and we can’t help but be jealous that we don’t live nearby!

10. @wrightkitchen

Sometimes, it takes an artist to inspire the best kitchen creations. Brittany Wright is posting the most beautiful, rainbow-inspired kitchen art, and it makes me want to cook with all the colors!

11. @cleanfooddirtycity

Lily Kunin has really upped the “food in bowls” game by creating one of the best foodie Instagram accounts out there. We love her clean approach, both in ingredient choice and in camera angles!

12. @thewholefooddiary

Anyone who’s thinking of following the Whole30 diet should follow Kezia and Jared. This family made the choice to switch to eating whole foods and they’ve never looked better!

13. @cafejojo_

This raw, gluten-free chef is changing the way we look at food. Her intense creativity has created some of the most beautiful plates on the Internet, and she does a great job of connecting ingredients with permaculture, too.

14. @iquitsugar

Do you think you can ditch the sugar? You’ll be better suited to after browsing through this ‘grammer’s feed! I can’t believe her pull-apart cinnamon rolls are completely sugar-free!

15. @loveandlemons

Become one of the more than 250k-plus followers that love Jeanine Donofrio from Love and Lemons. She makes vegetables look insanely delicious with her classic plating style and clean, colorful shots.

16. @sammyyeason

If you love eggs and toast as much as I do, then give Samantha Eason a follow. It’s all about the well-constructed plate and perfectly poached eggs with runny yolks!

17. @rachaelsgoodeats

This registered dietitian knows two things: food tastes better when it looks great, and you have to give your body what it’s craving! There’s tons of healthy foods in this feed, but she also eats cheese and fries!

18. @feedyourglow

You’ll find health, wellness, and beauty on Sua Park’s Instagram feed. Her photographs are simple but to the point. She really lets the ingredients shine!

19. @minimalistbaker

We absolutely love Dana Schultz’s recipes because they have 10 ingredients or less! They’re also easy to make, full of nutrient-dense ingredients, and absolutely gorgeous to look at.

20. @marie.reginato

Marie Reginato mostly follows a vegan lifestyle…except she loves seafood! She encourages her followers to find their own way, just as she has, by fusing together their favorite diets and mostly eating health-forward food that they love.

We’re all about inspiration at SkinnyMs, and the best way to get inspired is to join our community! Follow us on Facebook or Pinterest to get the latest and greatest posted on your feed. You’ll be able to ask us questions and post comments as a follower, too!

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Chef Lindsay

Lindsay D. Mattison is a professional chef, recipe developer, and food writer. After graduating from Cascade Culinary School, Lindsay worked as the executive chef of a farm-to-table restaurant in Bend, Oregon. She is passionate about using local, organic ingredients and loves teaching home cooks how to incorporate seasonal food into their diet. While she spends most of her time writing these days, she still exercises her culinary muscles on the regular, taking any opportunity to create beautiful meals for her family. She lives with her husband in Colorado, where she enjoys the trials and errors of gardening.

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