10 British & European Food Bloggers to Follow

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Here are 10 of the best British and European food bloggers you should be following!
British and European Food Bloggers to Follow

Blogging is such a lovely community and I've had the privilege of curating a Facebook group championing British & European food bloggers for a few years now. One of the most difficult things about being a food blogger is being overlooked by American-based bloggers--there's just so many of them! Thankfully, the British & European food blog community is going strong and brands are beginning to realise the powerful influence we food bloggers have!

In light of my utterly fantastic B&E foodie community, I thought I'd share 10 members whose blogs you should be following for the very latest in amazing nominess! And if you're an active food blogger based in Britain or Europe, we'd love to invite you into our little group. Click the photo to be taken to our Facebook group where you can request to join!


Disclosure: not every blogger listed is a gluten free blogger, so please bear this in mind when visiting their sites.

10 British & European Food Bloggers to Follow

1. Family Friends Food

Easy lemonade recipes

 Helen is the mastermind behind the lovely kosher food blog, Family Friends Food. It's filled with enticing recipes (like that Israeli Mint Lemonade) that you'll want to share with your friends and family again and again!

2. Krumpli

Delicious Instant Pot recipes

I absolutely love the ethos behind Krumpli--eating in should be special, too and Brian certainly helps you make it that way! Get lured in with gorgeous photos (hello, did you see that incredible InstantPot Beef Vindaloo up there?!) that'll make your tummy rumble and stay for the wit and those clever videos.

3. Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

Easy drink recipes
If I were to ever go vegetarian or vegan, it would be because of the stunning recipes on Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey. Every photo makes me moan and instantly makes my tummy rumble, even something as simple as her Saffron and Cardamom Horchata shown above. Get in my belly!

4. Kavey Eats

Homemade pate recipes
Kavey is a true Jill-of-All-Trades both in and out of the kitchen and Kavey Eats is proof. I love that her posts contain a variety of foodie indulgences from recipes to restaurant reviews to forays with her passport. When she's not cooking, eating and traveling, she and her husband throw a mean pot or two down at their local pottery. Kavey, you need to create a pot to serve your Smoked Mackerel Pate from!

5. Lost in Food

Easy brunch recipes

Seriously, I want to Blue's Clues Ski-do right into every single photo Michelle posts on Lost in Food. Look how vibrant that Cornbread, Corn Salsa and Avocado brunch dish is! I'd eat that all day long! The other thing I really enjoy about reading Michelle's blog is that she's an expat like me!

 6. Beach Hut Cook

Easy Frose recipes

Everybody's drinking Frose right now, but let me tell you something about the brilliant Elinor, she does it one step better. Learn how to make Frose on her blog with tea, y'all. Tea. Omg. Here's something else you should know about Elinor, she lives beside the sea and writes the beautiful blog Beach Hut Cook. Room for one more in your lovely beach hut, Elinor?!

7. DL Acken Photography

easy popsicle recipes

There's just something about a beautiful food photo that can make you feel a million times better when you're having a rough day. And that's where Danielle comes in--because these photos are absolutely stunning and have the power to stop you in tracks with their beauty. I dare you to browse her website DL Acken Photography and not find one photo of food you instantly want to eat. No, I double dog dare you because it cannot be done. Your mouth will drool and your tummy will rumble. Promise.

8. Kitchen Newbie

easy burger recipes

You might be new to the kitchen, but Paula and Diana will soon have you confident in your cooking! Their blog, Kitchen Newbie, is my kinda place: it's a great one-stop shop for folks finding their feet, so whether you know the difference between a microplane and a zester or not, you'll be in great hands. Oh, and make sure you catch their podcasts!

9. Fab Food 4 All

easy pizza recipes

One thing about Camilla's cooking: she makes food people crave. I swear, every time I browse Fab Food 4 All, I'm blown away by how many classic dishes she has and how many crowd pleasers there are! Eliminate drab food from your diet with Camilla's recipes like that Gluten Free Pizzetta Toast.

10. My Foodie Days

easy cake recipes

Elisa is a woman who is constantly thinking about food--she's a blogger and a private chef, so she really knows how to throw together a dish! From the very first time I saw her blog, My Foodie Days, I was smitten with her Instagram account. Follow her and make your Insta feed more droolworthy.

Are you a food blogger based in Britain or Europe? Come join our Facebook group today!


  1. Thank you so much for including Fab Food 4 All in this post and great to find a few blogs I didn't know about which I shall now follow!

    1. You're welcome! :) Yas! Share the love! :)

  2. Aaw, Anyonita, I'm floored by your kind comments and so honoured to be in good list. Thank you! ❤️

  3. Always room for another especially at cocktail time! Thanks for featuring me in your wonderful blog. Elinor x

    1. You're welcome! I'll be knocking on your beach hut door next happy hour!

  4. How wonderful to see your name listed here Kav 💞. But then you have always been a wonderful writer, with your special skills of sketching pictures with your words, ever since you learnt to write. I am so proud of you 👏.

  5. Oh what a lovely thing to do and a fab list to boot :)

  6. Love all these. Now I'm hungry!


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