Your Top 10 Recipe Websites
Last week we put the call out for your favorite sites for recipe inspiration. You shared a mix of blogs, video sites, and magazines. Here’s the top 10 sites. Thanks to you all, we now know what’s for dinner tonight! Once you’ve found a few new favorite recipes, be sure to check our tips for organizing them online.
1. Food Gawker: This site reminds us a lot of Pinterest, but because it’s only focused on food, you can find recipes much more quickly. We love that you can filter by ingredients, type of dish, or whether you are looking for a vegetarian or gluten-free recipe.
2. Sorted: For you visual learners out there, try Sorted. Each recipe has a video with it that teaches you how to make the dish. (The hosts’ British accents only help the entertainment factor.)
3. SkinnyTaste: If you’re looking for healthy recipes, but don’t want diet food, check out SkinnyTaste. We love that she follows the “everything in moderation” philosophy.
4. Sprouted Kitchen: Sprouted Kitchen’s focus on whole foods and seasonal cooking makes for tasty dishes without a lot of added calories or sodium. If you can’t get enough of the blog, check out their book, too!
5. My New Roots Sarah Britton, the blogger behind My New Roots, is a certified nutritional practitioner. She shares her love of good and healthy food with inventive recipes like Grilled Banana and Nut Butter Birthday Sandwiches.
6. Not Without Salt: We’d browse Ashley Rodriguez’s site just for the beautiful photos. It’s gravy on top that all the recipes are delicious as well. (Get the recipe for that decadent chocolate cake right here.)
7. The Pioneer Woman: Where would we all be without the Pioneer Woman? We can’t get enough of her tasty recipes and updaters from the prairie.
8. Annie’s Eats: Started as a hobby, this tasty food site is filled with inventive recipes from Annie, who spends her days as a physician.
9. Simply Recipes: The strength of this site is in the number of recipes available. With just a quick browse of the recipe index you’re sure to find exactly the recipe you’re looking for.
10. Better Homes & Gardens: What’s your go-to magazine for recipes? Better Homes & Gardens. You can’t go wrong with a classic.
Have a favorite site that didn’t make the list? Share it in the comments!