I’ve been reading blogs for years. And over the years my reasons for liking blogs have changed. Some bloggers walk away from blogging and sometime I have my own personal “break-up” with a blog.
Today I thought I’d share with you my top 5 blogs of the moment. These aren’t the only blogs that I read on a regular basis by any means, but most of these blogs are ones that I refer to regularly for recipe ideas.
Blog: How Sweet It Is
Not only do I love following Jessica’s instagram feed but I also adore her blog. In fact, I found her instagram through her blog. She has the most enticing recipes.
But what I really love is her writing style. And that she’s honest. You will find me cooking recipes from her blog pretty much on a weekly basis.
One of my favorite recipes, the beef ribs we made last weekend.
Blog: Iowa Girl Eats
What’s not to love about Kristin? I think that we share the same food philosophy when it comes to moderation.
Her recipes are husband-approved without sacrificing your waistline. Kristin is where I “stole” the idea of sharing Pinterest finds on Friday Favorites.
p.s. She has the most precious baby boy!
Blog: Kath Eats Real Food
KERF was one of the first blogs that I started reading. She lived in North Carolina for a while and I think that is what first drew me in.
Her blog style has changed over the years but I’ve kind of “matured” with her along her journey.
I go to her blog less for recipes but more for nutritional information (she’s a dietitian) and breakfast ideas. Her breakfast always make me jealous.
Her blog makes me want to move to Charlottesville for the restaurant-scene.
Blog: Minimalist Baker
I found Dana’s blog via Pinterest. She’s also one of my favorite people on Instagram. Her pictures are gorgeous.
I’ve made a few of her recipes recently, including the gluten-free banana bread for my 1,000th post.
One thing I really love about her recipes, they include the nutritional value.
Besides Cooking Light, this is one of my favorite places to find weeknight dinners. I love that she lists the nutritional value.
Her cookbook comes out soon and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. I would recommend this blog to any person – regardless of your kitchen skills.
What is one of your favorite blogs?