The concept of veganism has steadily picked up the pace in recent times with the growing number of people opting for a healthy plant-based diet. But the journey towards veganism can be quite tricky for a newbie as most of us are unsure of the plethora of tantalizing recipes that veganism has in store for you. If you are planning to follow a vegan lifestyle, but are hesitant how to start, then these blogs offer a perfect solution for all your queries. These vegan bloggers are on a mission to demystify the myth associated with veganism and takes us through the journey filled with delicious, yummy, healthy vegan recipes and you would soon fall head over heels with veganism! In recognition of their unparallel efforts in promoting veganism, we at Bonusapp have decided to honour these bloggers with a major award feature “Top 20 Vegan Food Blogs- 2018”. All these vegan bloggers deserve equal credit, and hence we have aligned the list of “Top 20 Vegan Food Blogs-2018” alphabetically.
Ashley Melillo is a school psychologist, writer, photographer, plant-passionate recipe creator and author of the blog “Bliss Ful Basil”. Her diet journey from pescatarian to vegetarian to vegan is quite inspiring. Her two week trip to Ireland is a life changer after which she converted to vegetarianism from wholesome meat eater. Do check the “Pregnancy” section on her blog, to know the nitty gritty details of healthy vegan pregnancy. She is the author of the cookbook “Blissful Basil” featuring more than 100 plant-based vegan recipes, the majority of which are gluten-soya-free and also free from refined sugars.
Audrey Snowe is a baker, blogger, founder, and author of the blog “Unconventional Baker”. What started as a blog to document her baking experiments with alternative ingredients owing to her food sensitivities and auto-immune conditions have soon become a resource for unique vegan dessert recipes. The blog features a range of eye-catching vegan recipes to suit various nutritional needs. All her recipes are gluten-free, sugar-free, raw grain free and pretty free from allergens.
Belinda Martinez owns the blog “The White Chestnut” which is home to delicious vegan recipes, healthy living, and inspiration. She also offers vegan recipes perfect for various occasions such as Autumn, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and more. Belinda is on a mission to inspire others to eat healthily and also to have fun in the kitchen.
Dana is a recipe developer, content creator and creative vision behind the vegan blog “Minimalist Baker”. A majority of her recipes are plant-based, gluten-free and fall in three categories; 30 minutes or less, 1 bowl and 10 ingredients or less. She has been in the blogging field since 2010 and is much fond of recipe experimentation and food photography. Dana also runs an online shop featuring kitchen essentials, pantry items, photography and lighting equipment and more. Further, she is also the author of two cookbooks titled “31 meals” and “Minimalist Bakers Everyday Cooking”.
Emily Von Euw is an award-winning vegan food blogger and the vision behind the recipe blog “This Raw Some Vegan Life”. She holds the distinction of being the best-selling author for three cookbooks. She is also very passionate about baking and adapted her recipes into raw vegan ones. One of her cookbooks “Rawsome vegan baking features raw, gluten-free and vegan desserts. Her new cookbook “Rawsome Superfoods” featuring more than 100 nutrient-packed recipes is up for pre-order.
Erin Wysocarski is an ethical vegan, recipe developer, food stylist and is fond of creating original and delicious vegan recipes. On her blog, “Olives for Dinner” she enjoys veganizing classic comfort food with a major focus on vegan seafood and East Asian Inspired dishes. Her husband Jeff is responsible for the awesome photographs on the blog. Do visit the “Resource” section on her blog for a complete list of resources for the self-hosted website, her favourite cookbooks and blogs for vegan inspiration.
The blog “The Conscientious Eater” is a humble attempt by Faith VanderMolen to document her creation of simple, delicious recipes. She shares simple and easy plant-based recipes that are easy to follow and demonstrates that plant-based diet is fun and easy and also makes you feel amazing inside out. Faith’s simple homemade recipes would inspire others to take up a vegan diet and can be easily followed anywhere in the world.
Ginny is the recipe developer, photographer and the author behind the blog “Vegan in the Freezer”. A major portion of the blog features, gluten-free recipes, freezer friendly meals for many types of allergies and intolerances. All her recipes are easy to follow and are tried and tested in her kitchen. She also penned two cookbooks “The Make-Ahead Vegan” and another yet to be released cookbook titled “The High-Protein Vegan”.
Meet the Spanish vegan couple Iosune and Alberto, the architects behind the blog “Simple Vegan Blog”. Alberto is a food stylist and photographer and manages the techie and business side of blogging. On the other hand, Iosune develops recipes, write blog posts and manages social media. The blog is composed of simple, nutritious and yummy vegan recipes that help you stay healthy. A majority of the recipe index features vegan recipes which are easy to prepare with simple ingredients and can be made in 30 minutes or less.
Jackie Sobon is a food photographer, recipe developer, and blogger at vegan food blog “Vegan Yack Attack”. The blog features everything from indulgent desserts, to healthy dinners and raw recipes. Jackie always enjoys coming up with new and delicious recipes but also loves making them for others. Also, as part of book tour dates, she offers book signings, cooking demos, and various seminars.
Jenn Sebestyen is a plant-based recipe creator, photographer and food blogger at “Veggie Inspired”. She is an avid reader and reads cookbooks like novels. Further, she loves experimenting in the kitchen and casts her spin of standard American favourites to make them healthier. Jenn develops quick and easy plant-based health recipes and posts them on her blog accompanied by captivating photographs.
Kate is the architect behind the blog “VeguKate”. She is a writer, photographer, healthy foodie, and holds a masters degree in Nutrition. Besides, she has an immense passion for real whole foods. Through her blog, she inspires the readers to lead a healthier, happier, and delicious vegan lifestyle. She lends utmost importance to the ingredients; browse the section “Ingredients” on her blog and check her elusive list of some of her favourite plant-based ingredients to incorporate into your wholesome lifestyle.
Lisa Le is a vegan, feminist, nerd, photographer and proud owner of the vegan blog “The Viet Vegan”. Apart from the regular recipe index, her blog is composed vegan, gluten-free and Vietnamese recipes. Make sure to visit the “Tutorials” section featuring Blog design series where Lisa enlightens you everything from basics to nitty-gritty of blogging. Furthermore, she is very much obsessed with food and photography.
If you are yearning for a vegan diet and looking for an affordable, tasty and easily accessible, healthy vegan recipes, then pay a visit to the blog “Namely Marly”. Most of the recipes on the blog are targeted towards transitioning, secular vegan diet. The duo couple of Marly and Shawn are the founders of the blog. Marly is the creator and publisher of the blog; she is a blogger, freelance writer, and also the founder of “chopped conference” that provides both in person and offline resources for food bloggers. Shawn happens to be the photographer, website developer and graphic designer of the blog.
Nada originally hails from Egypt, but now lives in Abu Dhabi; she has been vegan for the past seven years. Besides, she is a health and fitness enthusiast, amateur chef and an animal lover. Through her blog “One Arab Vegan”, she aims to create traditional delicious, nutrient-packed plant-based foods inspired by middle eastern flavours. Nada shares her vegan journey within a culture that is less favoured towards veganism on her blog. Apart from this, she shares her fitness as well as occasional musings and tips on leading a vegan lifestyle.
The blog “Fried Dandelions” is a collage of kid tested, family friendly and allergy safe vegan recipes. Sarah De La Cruz started the blog as a means to document the changes that she makes in her recipes as she constantly keeps on modifying them. Her husband has been instrumental in setting and running of the blog. It has been four years now since the inception of the blog, but still, she loves sharing her recipes and show non-vegans the delicious side of vegan food.
Sina Weber turned to vegan about six years ago, and she quickly developed a passion for creating new vegan recipes. Her blog “Vegan Heaven” is the destination for heavenly simple and sinfully delicious vegan recipes. She adores cooking plant-based whole food meals made with fresh ingredients. Sina’s “vegan 101 guide” comes in handy for newbies looking for vegan inspiration. She is an avid traveler and loves to travel around the world with her husband; she also offers tips on vegan traveling.
Sophia creates plant-based, gluten-free and refined sugar-free recipes on her blog “Veggies Don’t Bite”. She employs whole food ingredients to create plant-based recipes and changes our perception of healthy food. She wanted to prove to the world that healthy recipes can be not only delicious but also stress-free for the whole family. Sophia has a dedicated section titled “Babies and Kids” which is composed of recipes featuring baby and kid-friendly vegan food.
Talida owns the blog “Hazel & Cacao”, where she shares lots of simple and delicious health-promoting recipes that include plant-based foods and healthy desserts. The blog is the home to raw vegan desserts and other healthy sugar-free treats. A significant chunk of her recipes is focussed towards hormonal health, mental health, mum health and nutrition. Also, on her blog, you can come across her health struggles and other things she learned along the way.
The blog “Vegan Family Recipes” is the output of Vanessa Croessmann’s combined passions for cooking and food photography. Her major focus lies in creating easy, healthy family-friendly recipes. Her blog is a rich source for vegan appetizers, entree recipes, dessert recipes, sides recipes, kid-friendly recipes, and allergy friendly foods. She is also the author of the cookbook “Awesome Vegan Soups” that features 80 healthy, wholesome vegan soups.
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.