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7 Inspiring Whole Foods Blogs to Follow ...

By Winnie

As I try to adopt a healthier lifestyle, I frequently turn to whole foods blogs as means to inspire creativity in the kitchen. In the recent years, whole foods bloggers have shown that healthy foods does not have to be tasteless or mundane. With that in mind, I love exploring whole foods blogs for tasty finds. Here are a few of my favorites.

1 Happyolks

When it comes to preparing whole natural foods in ways that even a novice cook could tackle, the creator behind Happyolks, Kelsey, is a pro. I particularly like the homie feel to this blog and how it leaves you eagerly waiting for the next recipe post. Happyolks is one of the many whole foods blogs that is worth checking out. Stop by to view Kelsy's recipes.

2 Edible Perspective

Although, this blog primarily features gluten-free and vegan recipes, you would never know it by the enticing food photography that accompanies each recipe. The voice behind the blog, Ashley, does a great job at thinking outside of the box when it comes to highlighting the ingredients in her recipes. From unique main courses like butternut squash and black bean enchiladas to creative nut butters like s'mores almond butter, this blog has it all. For more recipe ideas go to


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3 Love and Lemons

Love and Lemons is a great whole foods blog that is run by a husband and wife team. The site features great recipes using fresh and colorful produce at the peak of their season. I love how their bright and simple photography draws the reader's attention to the key ingredients used in each recipe. Some great eye catching dishes include cauliflower mac and cheese and matcha coconut latte. Visit Love and Lemons at

4 Cookie and Kate

What's not to love about Cookie and Kate; a whole foods blog named after the creator Kate and her beloved dog, Cookie. When I am looking for easy and flavorful vegetarian dishes, Cookie and Kate is a go to site. Kate's focus on using a mix of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to create delicious vegetarian dishes in new and innovative ways is truly inspiring even for a non-vegetarian like myself. A couple of my favorite dishes by Kate is her sweet potato and black bean tacos with avocado-pepita dip and chai coconut ice cream. Checkout Cookie and Kate at

5 Deliciously Ella

Deliciously Ella is an amazing whole foods blog with a focus on natural plant-based foods. I always like to check out this site when I am looking for tasty ways to change up my morning smoothies as Ella has a nutritious variety of organic fruit and vegetable juices and smoothies. However, the blog also features a great selection of meals like overnight chia oats with apple cinnamon puree and strawberry compote, avocado salsa quinoa salad, and so much. Explore Deliciously Ella at

6 Sprouted Kitchen

To say the least, sprouted kitchen is a whole foods lover paradise! From the way each recipe is crafted to the way it is photographed, everything is pure perfection. It is hard to come across a recipe that does not catch your attention. Like Love and Lemons, Sprouted Kitchen is run by a husband and wife team, where the wife prepares the meals and the husband photographs it. A Saveur Magazine winner for best original recipes, Sprouted Kitchen is definitely not lacking in originality. Stop by to marvel at some delicious eats.

7 101 Cookbooks

101 Cookbooks is definitely one of the veteran whole food blogs, but that does not mean that it is lacking in creativity. In fact, I find that this blog maintains a level of unique simplicity that only the creator, Heidi, could provide with dishes like olive oil braised spring vegetables and roasted lemon chutney. Indulge in a variety of tasty recipes at

Healthy eating does not have to boring. In fact, healthy eating can be just as tasty as it unhealthy counterparts, if not better. Are you a lover of whole foods? What to do think of whole foods blogs and what are some of your favorites?

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