Curious about the plant-based diet? You should be!
Being a vegan is nothing new, but lately, it seems like more peeps are joining the trend. When it comes to preparing food with plants, the options are limitless. The dishes have great flavour, a pleasing appearance and a twist of non-vegan food. They also include a tonne of essential vitamins and minerals that your body requires.
If you’re vegan or planning to become one, look no further, because we have the ideal Instagram accounts for you to follow, serving up #foodporn and serious inspo. Check them out now!
A classically trained pastry chef, Lauren Hartmann’s Instagram account and blog have since become places for plant-based folk to visit for some real, home-cooked inspiration.
Every taste is catered to here, and will be sure to make your taste buds happy. As for those who enjoy substantial American-style food, they will be in awe of all the recipes Lauren duplicates in a veganized version. She also has a cookbook, suitably titled ‘Southern Vegan’, full of mouthwatering recipes like gumbo, pot pie, and chicken biscuits. Discover your next meal in no time by scrolling through her Instagram account.
Visit this account for some serious vegan food porn if you’re seeking something sweet to sate your sweet tooth. Creator Holly Jade has meticulously tried, tested, and prepared each delectable delicacy. After making the decision to become vegan in 2015, Holly has since experimented with various flavouring methods, veganized culinary fads, and created the tastiest vegan sweet treat recipes you’ve ever seen.
You won’t want to miss her blog‘s amazing savoury and dinner section. As you scroll through the Instagram feed, be prepared to drool.
I first came across her videos on TikTok – and it’s pretty impressive, especially for a young person’s. On Instagram and TikTok, sweet Kristin Tan from Johor frequently shares vegetarian meals. Roti Canai, Pan Mee, and even Tteokbokki are some of the modified vegan recipes Kristin has shared. She shows, in a simple and modest way, that there are fun and easy ways to obtain vegan meals through all her amazing videos. Not sure which dish to attempt? Check out her Instagram and TikTok for a wide range of vegan recipes.
Aisya J has been observing a vegetarian diet for 7 years now, and has been sharing her prepared meals with an easy and inventive twist. She is dedicated to presenting a variety of straightforward vegetarian recipes, particularly from Malay and regional Asian cuisines. Not just that, she was featured in The New Straits Times, The Edge, The Sun Daily and The Star for her vegan recipes and diet journey. Aisya also has her own business that she runs along with her husband – selling vegan mushroom rendang called ‘Mushroom Lah’. You can click here to purchase and know more about the product.
If you surf TikTok, you may have encountered this account because of its highly famous cooking videos. Each recipe video on Joanne Molinaro’s website and YouTube channel presents a tale that connects to the recipe, ranging from stories of growing up, to struggles with diet culture. You can see that a lot of effort and attention went into each wonderfully-crafted little video. While the dishes are always rustically excellent as well, they can also be gorgeous, raw, emotional and real recipes from the kitchen. You can expect some of the best Korean recipes here.
Don’t let the moniker deceive you – this Instagram is not just for sweets! The Minimalist Baker makes it incredibly simple, especially for those who are unfamiliar with using an oven, to bake sweet dishes in the vegan fashion. Dana Schultz’s stunningly straightforward recipes, each of which only requires ten ingredients or less, one bowl, or takes less than 30 minutes to create, are brought to life by stunning photographs. In case that raises any concerns, they are also primarily gluten-free. For full recipes, click here.
Mei Yee’s Instagram page is #veganfoodporn, with more sweet than savoury dishes. This chef employs a lot of local ingredients, making her recipes quite simple to adapt. They range from simple to moderately complicated.
This account is run by six vegan sisters who want to share their journey with you. If you thought being vegan by yourself was challenging, locate some friends or family to join you in the transition. It appears that things are going nicely for these sisters! For the recipes used in their mouthwatering postings, visit their blog.
If you enjoy watching cooking videos on YouTube, you’ve definitely already come across one of Gaz Oakley’s veganized dishes. However, you can check out his Instagram and blog to witness the masterpieces being prepared. With his cooking channel and Instagram, Gaz appears to have covered all the bases, offering anything from smoked “salmon” carrot canapés to the fluffiest vegan Yorkshire puddings. His upbeat demeanour and stunning studio kitchen all make for enjoyable viewing.
Max La Manna frequently posts simple video recipes, including shepherd’s pie, vegan mini quiches, pumpkin pasta, and chickpea whip granola. For those committed to veganism, Max’s award-winning cookbook is a great investment, because he strives to produce straightforward dishes with little to no waste. Do check out his TikTok and YouTube channel for amazing yet simple vegan recipes.
When you have a platter of food this appealing, who cares if you don’t eat meat? Simply combine your favourite vegetables and season the top to create one of these vibrant bowls. We now know how straightforward this is to create and how tasty it is, thanks to Jasmine, the creator/owner of this wonderful account. Check out her website for more recipes.
With 2,000,000 Instagram fans, Ella Mills stands out in the plant-based community, without a doubt. She has written cookbooks, a podcast, created an app, a blog, and even some of her own merch. Discover how she feeds her family by peeking into her life.
This Instagram page informs users about living a plant-based lifestyle. To help you get through your first month of veganism, you can even sign up for their free kit, which includes 31 days’ worth of vegan meals and advice. They exhort people to adopt a vegan lifestyle not just in January, but all year round! Check out their blog for good vegan reads.
Richa Hingle, a talented cook who frequently blogs at veganricha.com, is renowned for her delectable plant-based meals and stunning accompanying images. Both Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen and the more recent Vegan Richa’s Everyday Kitchen: Epic Anytime Recipes with a World of Flavor are best-sellers by her.
You’ll definitely want to include these images in your Instagram feed because the variety of colourful foods on the page is so lovely. Check them out and be motivated to prepare delicious dishes at home. The account’s creator, Amanda, wants to spread her enthusiasm for the vegan way of life. You can now truly cook this at home thanks to a website she founded where she shares her recipes.
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