If you’re constantly in search of recipes, workouts, DIY craft ideas, and/or makeup tutorials online—and who isn’t?— you’re likely a fan of Pinterest, where you can find all of these things and more, then pin and organize your favorites for later. I love using it as a recipe search engine because every recipe comes with a big, beautiful photograph, as opposed to just a stand-alone recipe name that’s hard to visualize.
Pinterest is also a great source of recipe inspiration when I have no idea what I’m looking for. I follow most of my favorite food bloggers, which means that my feed is filled with all the things they’re pinning. It’s like asking for recipe suggestions from people whose taste you trust without actually having to ask.
Because I’m sure you also often find yourself wondering, “WTF should I make for dinner?” or “What do I want to meal prep this week?” we asked Pinterest for a list of some of the most popular healthy food bloggers on Pinterest (Pinfluencers!), then picked our favorites. Many of them are featured on SELF regularly, which means they vibe with SELF’s philosophy that healthy eating should be delicious and satisfying.
So, if you’re looking to add a constant stream of healthy recipes to your Pinterest feed, here are 15 pinners to follow.
Jessica shares vegan and vegetarian recipes that are heavy on fruits, veggies, grains, and healthy fats. Her chickpea tacos are great for Meatless Monday or Taco Tuesday, and her no-bake pumpkin chocolate cups are an awesome dessert to keep on hand. Follow her on Pinterest.
In addition to her seasonal dinner-party-worthy recipes, blogger Karen Mordechai pins loads of housewares, tablescapes, and home decorating inspiration that matches her clean, sophisticated aesthetic. Follow her on Pinterest.
A mom herself, many of the recipes Dara shares are great for kids, and she has boards for things like healthy school-night recipes, and recipes with 10 ingredients or less. Her Turkey, Cranberry and Goat Cheese Stuffed Sweet Potatoes are a real favorite and an instant Pinterest classic. Follow her on Pinterest/
Eva is a Portland, Oregon–based professional photographer and food blogger who hosts pop-up supper clubs throughout the country. She’s all about farm-to-table cooking, and many of her recipes are a little too complicated for a weeknight meal. When it comes to dinner party inspiration, though, you’ll definitely want to check out the recipes, food styling tips, and kitchen design ideas she pins. Follow her on Pinterest
Marjorie posts totally realistic, mostly healthy recipes that are perfect for the weeknight cook (like a whole chicken in the Instant Pot!). Follow her on Pinterest. The recipes are wholesome and fresh, and no foods are off-limits.
Whenever I’m looking for a Southeast Asian recipe that actually tastes like the stuff you get in Southeast Asia, I turn to Bee from Rasa Malaysia. A California-based Malaysian food blogger who’s been posting recipes since 2006 (!), she’s got over a thousand recipes on her site, many perfect for weeknights. Follow her on Pinterest.
Even as someone who loves grains, beans, dairy, and all kinds of things that aren’t part of a paleo diet, I’ve long been a fan of Michelle’s straightforward, protein- and veggie-packed recipes, often artfully arranged in school lunch boxes or accompanied by cartoon drawings. Her Pinterest boards are filled with these recipes, plus restaurant recommendations, cooking tricks, and more. Follow her on Pinterest.
Lisa’s recipes are vegetable-focused and budget-friendly. She has boards for vegan recipes, vegetarian recipes, gluten-free recipes, slow-cooker recipes, and more. On her blog and her Pinterest boards, you’ll also find cooking tips and photo inspiration! Follow her on Pinterest.
9. Fit Men Cook
If you’re into meal prep, pre- and postworkout snack ideas, and/or macronutrient counting, this is a winner. Kevin posts nutrition information alongside all of his recipes, along with tons of meal planning how-to guides and meal prep inspiration. Follow him on Pinterest.
Heather’s recipes are wholesome and satisfying, and she organizes them into useful boards that highlight 30-minute recipes, one-pot recipes, family-favorite recipes, dinners for two, and more. There are also some truly delicious desserts in the mix. Follow her on Pinterest
11. The Endless Meal
Vancouver-based blogger Kristen is a former nurse whose love of food and photography led her to create The Endless Meal. She’s got boards for all kinds of dietary restrictions and preferences—vegan, paleo, gluten-free, vegetarian—and uses ingredients in creative ways, like making dairy-free cream sauce out of cashews, or cookies out of chickpeas. Follow her on Pinterest.
12. Smile Sandwich
Jordan loves food but doesn’t want to spend all day in the kitchen. Her recipes are quick and to the point, and many focus on local and seasonal ingredients. There are lots of low-carb recipes on her blog and on her boards, if that’s your thing! Follow Smile Sandwich on Pinterest.
13. Rebel Recipes
Niki is a U.K.-based blogger whose recipes are totally vegan and mostly gluten-free. Her recipes aren’t lacking in satiety or flavor, though, and her food photos will make even the most staunch carnivore want to give Meatless Monday a try. Follow Rebel Recipes on Pinterest.
If you love looking at perfectly arranged meal prep photos on Instagram, you likely follow @mealpreponfleek. What started as a mostly aggregate Instagram account is now a full-fledged community that shares meal prep-friendly recipes, product recommendations, workouts, meal plan calendars, and more! Follow them on Pinterest.
15. Feel Good Foodie
Yumna shares healthy, kid-friendly recipes that are often riffs on classic dishes (think banana pancake “dippers” and taco-stuffed peppers). Her boards are great for any food lover trying to instill their kids with the same appreciation for cooking and healthy eating. Follow her on Pinterest.