For some of us, Baking is something we opt only in case of special occasions or when we have a box of brownie mix. We are pre-occupied with the notion that Baking requires tremendous skill and is limited only to professionals. But these Top 10 Baking and Dessert blogs are sure to demystify your approach towards baking. Experience the pure joy right from taking ingredients, carefully whipping them together to the unveiling of deliciously baked masterpieces.
All these 10 best baking and dessert bloggers have left an indelible mark in reviving the heirloom Indian desserts and bakes. The dedication and flair of these bloggers are evident in the epic presentation of their beautiful cakes and all kinds of quirky desserts. We found all 10 food artists best in class and have decided to give them all their due credit. Therefore, we have listed all of them in alphabetical order instead of any criteria based ranking.
Anjana Devasahayam is an engineer turned food blogger, recipe developer and food photographer. With her game-changing recipes and techniques, she creates amazing baked goods and desserts on her blog Happy&Harried. Anjana is always at the forefront of trying new cuisines and developing new recipes that any home cook can easily make for their family. The blog features a variety of Icecreams, cakes, muffins, cookies, puddings and sweets. Check out the crafts & DIY section on her blog and you will be amazed by her crafting skills.
K.R. Bharath Kumar is a self-taught hobby baker, recipe developer and owns the blog Wheat – A – Licious. The blog features a repertoire of eggless, wheat-based bakes that are easy to recreate and are always delicious. Bharath bakes using simple, easily available and healthy ingredients. He takes a decadent, traditional and honest approach to bake, and his genuine love for baking reflects in his recipes.
Nimi SunilKumar juggles a lot of professions; she is a food stylist, culinary teacher, freelance writer, and food photographer. She started her blog Nimi’s Culinary Ventures in 2009 which resonates varied collection of recipes from croissants, to Basbousa to Khara biscuits. Nimi authored two cookbooks – “Lip Smacking dishes of Kerala” and “4 ‘O’ Clock Temptations of Kerala”- on authentic kerala cuisine. The second edition of her first cookbook, “Lip Smacking dishes of Kerala” won the title – “Best Local cuisine book of India”. Later the book has been awarded the “3rd best local cuisine in the world” at the prestigious Gourmands world cookbook awards held in Beijing, China for the year 2013-14. Her other book, “4 O’ Clock Temptations of Kerala” is the winner of the title “Best Indian Cookbook in the World” at the Gourmand World Cookbook awards for the year 2015-16.
Pooja Khanna’s obsession with baking brownies and cakes is the reason behind the creation of her blog 2blissofbaking. She shares the recipes and secret of getting the delicious treat out of the oven in a perfect way. 2blissofbaking is a strong resource of more than 150 recipes featuring healthy, easy and good looking food. Pooja is also a recipe developer, makes food doodles, offers food reviews and maintains a Secret Gourmands Club- a community of food influencers.
Riya Patel loves experimenting with new ingredients and playing around with flavours. Le Tiny Whisk is a creative space, where Riya shares her stories and also inspires fellow bakers to go chase their dreams. She is a perfectionist and dreams to open a cafe+dessert bar focussing on local ingredients with fresh, robust flavours. She is passionate about baking and her love for desserts is never-ending.
Shalini Digvijay is a sourdough baker and author of the blog Baketitude. Her blog is a canvas to a wide range of sweet and sour recipes that include cakes, cookies, biscuits, bread and desserts. She is a hoarder of dried flowers, old napkins and rusted cookie tins and they continually echo in her food photographs. Also, she is an enthusiastic experimenter and loves to play with various grains and experimental flavours.
CaramelTintedLife is the result of Shinta Simon’s obsession for baking cakes. Her blog is the amalgamation of dessert enthusiast recipes, snippets of travel destinations and food adventures. She uses her blog as a creative outlet to recreate Indian recipes, indulges in sweet treats and experiments with cuisines all over the world. Apart from the scrumptious recipes, the blog is remembered for its stylish, minimalist photography.
Having started his journey as a budding baker with a batch of cupcakes, Shivesh Bhatia now creates magic in the kitchen with beautiful yet straightforward recipes. At a tender age of 21, Shivesh takes us through a memorable culinary journey on his blog turned website Bake with Shivesh. He presents a variety of his recipes and others being a basic version of famous dishes. His blog is decorated with mouthwatering recipes and beautifully crafted cakes and desserts.
Shreya Tiwari ventured into cooking after marriage, and soon she fell in love with flavours, colour and aroma emanating from the recipes. It is the time, she discovered her passion for baking, which led to the origin of Polka Puffs in 2015. Her blog is a humble effort to teach people who are never into cooking and baking. With whimsical illustrations and drool-worthy photos, she made Polka Puffs a must visit blog.
Anybody Can Bake blogger Sonia Gupta wears multiple hats; she is a baking trainer, author, recipe creator, and product reviewer. She conducts healthy baking workshops across ten cities of India with a motive to turn homemakers to home bakers. She penned an e-book titled “Eggless Baking for beginners” that includes simple and easy eggless recipes. All her recipes include clear photos of every stage and are perfect for beginners and professionals alike.
These blogs have been chosen based on the following criteria –
: Presentation & Styling skills for recipes.
: Bonusapp’s editorial team and expert review.
: Quality and frequency of Blogger’s recipe blog posts.
: Influence and popularity on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.