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Top 10 kid food bloggers


Food has become an incredibly popular focus for kid bloggers over the past year.

More and more young people are blogging about the food they like to eat, recipes they’ve created and yummy treats they’ve baked.

With three meals a day, a food blogger never runs out of ideas for blog posts.

The down side is that it can take more work to be a food blogger – you have to decide on a recipe, gather your ingredients and then actually do some cooking whilst taking plenty of pictures before you write the post.

But the up side of that is that you are learning a skill you can use your whole life (we mean cooking as well as blogging), plus you’ll have something nice to eat at the end of it.


Here are some of the stars of the current menu of children and teenagers blogging about food. If you’re a kid who wants to start a food blog, take inspiration from these creative food blogging talents. Visit their blogs, leave comments and maybe you’ll even cook one of their recipes:


  1. Chef Grace
    We loved Grace’s recipe for Candy Pizza which she shared with us recently. This talented 4th grader is crazy about cooking.
  2. The Brilliant Chef
    Seven-year-old Daniel has ambitions to be a chef, and on the evidence of this blog we think he will indeed be a brilliant one. Daniel also has a non-cooking blog called, appropriately enough Outside of the Kitchen. 
  3. Little Baker’s Blog
    A beautiful looking blog from 12 year old Myfanwy, who says “my favourite ingredient is love and I put it into all my bakes”. She’s already won two national competitions – definitely a baking star on the rise.
  4. The Jungle Chef
    Lucas lives in Guatemala and cooks all sorts of exciting recipes. Great pictures mean that you can cook along with Lucas too.
  5. Confessions of a Teenage Baking Queen
    Mally’s recipes sound so delicious we were practically drooling at the screen.
  6. The Fab Fun Food Club
    Luca’s been quiet on the blogging front lately, but we hope he comes back soon. We love his mission to prove that kids can be gourmets too.
  7. Suki’s Soho
    Not so much a recipe blog but lots of good food info here as Suki reviews London’s best restaurants. If you’re looking for recommendations for where to eat with your family in central London, Suki’s got the lowdown.
  8. Teen Baker
    Lucy’s the longest standing young food blogger we’ve found – she set up this blog when she was 13 and is now 18. It just shows you that there are always more delicious recipes to cook.
  9. Teen Granny
    There are some seriously good cakes and pies in this blog. Seventeen-year-old Scarlett is into baking, knitting and lots of craftiness – the perfect recipe for a beautiful blog.
  10. Amisadai and Louisa’s Adventures in Africa
    Now, this isn’t strictly speaking a food blog (actually it’s a fascinating record of life by two sisters aged 7 and 10 who’ve moved to Africa), but we had to include it because it features the most original recipe we’ve seen. Bloggers and blogettes we give you – Cooking With Cow Poo! Make mine a small portion…


Do you have a food blog you’d like to share with us? Leave a link in the comments


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87 Comments to “Top 10 kid food bloggers”

  1. What a fabulous selection of blogs! Dan was delighted for the mention – thank you. We are going to enjoy having a read of all the others too. x

  2. Thank you for having our blog here! We love cooking! We think we should do some more cooking blogs after reading this! Maybe we will do more solar cooking … we tried this and melted our cups last time! (

  3. These are some awesome blogs! I am also a teen blogger 🙂 I blog at!

  4. raychel_21 says:

    Cool blog! I am starting a new blog but i dont know what to write about yet. Any ideas? I’m thinking of a cooking blog…

    • Noor says:

      Hey Raychel,

      Picking a topic for your blog can be hard but I can help you. Blog about your life, things you do, things maybe you want to do. Or maybe a review blog, share your opinions. My blog is a variety of different things: reviews, environment stuff, human rights stuff, the world around me, and I’m thinking to add some poems. Hope I helped.


  5. Wowww!!! best list of blogs for kids. We are also give opportunity to young talent click here to know more Indian food in London

  6. Kenan says:

    I have a food blog too – I interview chefs and make great kid friendly food.

  7. Emily says:

    I would also recommend Luis’s taste of life where 9 year old Luis blogs about restaurants he has been to and the food he has had.

    Emily ^_^ //

  8. A Smoothie says:

    Have a look at the instagram account @eat_sleep_juice_repeat for healthy smoothies/breakfast ideas. It belongs to a 12 year old girl called Ernie who is into healthy eating.

  9. im 10 and started a log please have a look

  10. Rachel Mello-cann says:

    The Brilliant Chef, you look like you know what you are doing. Do you like, make up your own recipe? or do you get a recipe from a book? It looks like you can cook anything and everything.

  11. We recently started a blog with a fabulous 11 year old wannabe chef named Random Nash Hicks. His blog is called Random Recipes and he has been busy posting some of his recipes. He likes to keep it simple for the beginners to cooking, but also good enough that the whole family can enjoy them. I have been lucky enough to try many of his dishes and he will be providing updates with great new recipes on a regular basis. He is also checking out your current top 10 and thinks he can learn a lot from them as well!

  12. Henna says:

    I just wanted to share my kiddie food instagram account with you! 😉 (@chezhennablossom) I post meals and snacks daily, what I’m serving my 17-month-old and 4-year-old. 😉

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