Top 5 food websites

Top 5 food websites

Who doesn’t love browsing the web through delicious recipes? For inspiration, for a dinner party, for meal planning: all the reasons are good to navigate from one site to another.

Top 5 food websites

  1. Cooking with the New York Times: I love the classics that are coming from this site. I got the Best Spaghetti Meatballs & the Plum Torte recipes from there.
  2. Bon Appétit: The pictures of this site are EVERYTHING! Not to mention the flavors that are coming from the recipes I tried. Quality ingredients, perfect for a great meal with family or friends. Something they will remember for a long time… trust me.
  3. Weelicious: For kids friendly recipes, this is my go-to place. The recipes are easy, quick and everybody will love them. I often get my refined sugar-free recipes on this site as they often call for honey or maple syrup instead of white sugar. I did try the meal planning option, but it wasn’t a good fit for our family of 5 including two teenagers. I recommend it for families with smaller kids.
  4. Sprouted Kitchen: Most of the recipes there are vegetarian. It was also my first contact with other types of flour. Before visiting this website, I was totally a newbie to this world of almond flour or coconut flour. I also love the fact that the author cooks with natural sweeteners.
  5. Trois Fois par Jour: Marilou is our Disney child star and turned out an awesome business woman loved by everyone here in Quebec. She started this food blog about three years ago. Now she has a self-published magazine, cookbooks, Youtube channel, and it goes on. I like that she tries weird things that turn out AWESOME. I cannot put all the recipes I love here as there is too many. It is often the first cookbook I open before browsing the web.

What is your Top 5 food websites?

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    1. I am not from France but from Quebec, Canada where we speak French. Of course, our kitchen has a big influence from France with a North American touch. Marilou from Trois Fois par jour (the fifth link) has some great recipes if you want to try some classics from French-Quebec cuisine. Otherwise, this blog will make you happy:
      French cuisine from a small Paris appartment … in English. 🙂 Enjoy!

  1. The only one of these I had heard of was Bon Appetite, so this was super informative. I’ve mostly gotten recipes off the web and blogs, so nice to have more resources.

    1. Yes for Pinterest. The only thing I hate about Pinterest is when you click on a link that bring to a site with a bunch of other links and so on…

  2. Ohh I think this is awesome, thank you for posting this. These are wonderful sites, for me to check for some dinner ideas. I’ve used Bon Appetit but never heard of the others.

  3. I completely agree with your list! I use Bon Appetite and Sprouted Kitchen a lot! I am going to keep this handy for when I am looking for foodie websites!

  4. That’s awesome! I love looking at food blogs, I’ve learned so much recipes because of them! These are definitely worth checking out!

    1. I know Trois Fois par Jour have a lot of vegetarian recipes & she often cook with soy or almond milk. She also include cashews in a lot of recipes that call for cheese. I am sure you will find interesting stuff over there.