25 Most Popular Instagram Food Accounts

Get ready for the ultimate list of fabulous foodie Instagrammers.

Whether you cook for as a hobby or you are a professional chef looking for inspiration. Fill your feed with beautiful images and easy recipes for your next meal. Check out these fabulous foodies and give your favorites a follow.

25. London Cheap Eats @ldncheapeats

24. The Spruce Eats @thespruceeats

23. Food Network Kitchen @foodnetworkkitchen

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8ey0vuh_hg/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

22. Food.com @fooddotcom

21. Joy The Baker @joythebaker

20. Dennis The Prescott @dennistheprescott

19. Epicurious @epicurious

18. Cook’s Illustrated @cooksillustrated

17. EatingWell @eatingwell

16. America’s Test Kitchen @testkitchen

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8z39MwHMBd/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

15. New Fork City @new_fork_city

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Hi gorgeous Credit: @imma_eat_this #newforkcity

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14. Kitchn @thekitchn

13. Taste of Home @tasteofhome

12. Allrecipes @allrecipes

11. Cooking Light @cookinglight

10. Eater @eater

9. Minimalist Baker @minimalistbaker

8. Delish @delish

7. Food52 @food52

6. Pioneer Woman @thepioneerwoman

5. Food & Wine @foodandwine

4. Bon Appetit @bonappetitmag

3. Tastemade @tastemade

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A dessert to make all your other desserts jealous.⁠ ⁠ 🎥: @tastemadeuk⁠ ⁠ Cheat's Chocolate Souffle⁠ ⁠ Ingredients⁠ 2 tbsp butter⁠ 3 tbsp caster sugar (reserve 1 for the egg whites)⁠ 100g chocolate chips⁠ 80ml sweetened condensed milk⁠ 2 egg yolks⁠ 3 egg whites⁠ 1/2 tsp cream of tartar⁠ 2 tbsp icing sugar⁠ ⁠ Steps⁠ 1. Preheat oven to 190C / 170C fan.⁠ 2. Generously butter the ramekin/s then spoon in some sugar and tilt the ramekin to create a coating of sugar all over the butter, tipping out any excess. Repeat with the rest of the ramekins, if using, and put to one side.⁠ 3. Melt chocolate in a large bowl over a small pan of simmering water. Take off the heat and whisk in the condensed milk. Check the temperature and leave to cool for a few minutes if more than warm, then whisk in 2 egg yolks and put to one side to cool. ⁠ 4. In a large mixing bowl, whisk the egg whites, sugar and cream of tartar to firm peaks. Briskly mix in a quarter of the egg white, then gently fold in the rest in two parts. ⁠ 5. Divide between the individual ramekins or large one if using. Fill right to the top, then smooth off the top with a spatula. Run your finger around the edge of the rim to stop it sticking then place in the hot oven. ⁠ Bake individual souffles for 12-13 minutes. They should have risen well, be slightly wobbly if you prod the ramekin, but be slightly firm on top. ⁠ 6. If you’re making one large souffle, test it’s done-ness by gently touching the middle of the top – it should have some resistance; if it’s liquid or wobbly then it’s undercooked and will deflate, so cook for another few minutes and then take another look.⁠ 7. Once the souffles are cooked, dust with icing sugar and serve immediately.

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2. Food Network @foodnetwork

1. Tasty @buzzfeedtasty

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