celebrity food blogs we really follow
some of our favorite stars perform pretty well in the kitchen, too!
Published Jul 22, 2015 5:00 AM
Everyone loves a side-hustle, especially celebs. And while we’re not rushing to purchase Kylie Jenner’s hair extensions or Britney Spears’ latest fragrance, we will pay attention when celebrities talk about food. Read on to find out whichcelebrity food blogs
have found a place in our weekly reads.
Lauren’s recipes and tips are a big help for the bored chef. If you’ve fallen into a food rut, try a few of LC’s recipes and work them into your regular routine. You’re going to find a new favorite (or 5), we promise.
Trisha! While southern cookin’ might not be for the everyday, you’ll be sincerely glad you read this blog the next time you’re hosting a large group of guests. Sausage cheddar biscuits, anyone?
File this under actually useful. Lo & team provide food tips you really didn’t know (but totally should) on The LoDown. Expect recipes tailored to specific dietary and health needs, and even a fun focus on cocktails from time to time.
This one might be cheating a bit, because the reason Carla is a celeb is for actually being a chef. This Top Chef alum was always one of our favorites, and it’s no shock will still keep up with her via her blog. When she posts a recipe, it’s gold. We’re starting with Lemongrass Ginger Fried Chicken. Yep.
Ah, Goop. The website everyone loves to hate but secretly loves. Say what you will about pricey ingredients and fancy schmancy-ness, these recipes are good. They’re also very easy to work with when you need to make substitutions. Play around a little and realize that if you don’t want to buy artisanal small batch vinegar, you don’t really need to.
Do It Delicious is a great read for parents. Jessica’s recipes are always colorful and fun, and work well if you’ve got tiny hands who want to help. We want to try her quinoa potato crisps STAT, followed quickly by her chopped kale salad.
If she wasn’t a megamodel, we’re fairly sure Chrissy Teigen could have found success as a chef. Her website offers some of her favorite recipes, but what we’re really waiting for is her cookbook, which she constantly teases on Instagram. Stop it Chrissy. We’re hungry.