My favorites — as much a list for me as it is for you. I hope you find some inspiration with these, just as I have.
Floral Frosting: Beautiful, quirky, and crafty, Charis blogs about her shenanigans in and out of the kitchen, always sporting the cutest styles!
Nom Yourself.: Mary lives in Maryland and is working on a vegan cookbook. I first “met” her through her food p*rn on Instagram. Om nom nom!
Trans-Planted: Stephanie is a California girl. She and her husband have been “replanted” overseas in Penang, Malaysia. Follow her adventures in the kitchen and South-east Asia through her gorgeous photos!
The Vegan Chemist: Cristina is a chemist who is vegan. Or a vegan who is a chemist. A chemisegan? Vegemist? Anyways, check out her great home-cooked food without any fuss. (Don’t worry — she’s not grading you. This time.)
Vegan Miam: “Miam” means “yummy”, which is what this blog is! Rika is a vegan globetrotter, blogging on all things vegan (especially food!) and travel-related. Miam!
The Vegan Stoner: Sarah and Graham stick to the philosophy of simple, fast, and cheap. Their recipes are illustrated templates that give plenty of room for flexibility.
The Vegan Zombie: Just a dude and his super-awesome dog Indy, trying to eat healthy while preparing to survive the inevitable Zombiepocolypse.
Whollyvegan: Jen lives in the beautiful Bay Area, and makes scrumptious homemade meals — sometimes with unusual ingredients! Are you brave enough for avocado or Earl Grey frosting? Yum!
Vegan Rock-Stars (household names or rising stars)
Chocolate Covered Katie: Katie blogs about vegan desserts, usually made healthy. She has a growing number of savory recipes as well, but she has a place in my book as “Vegan Dessert Queen”.
I Eat Grass: “Chefspian” Ayinde Howell’s great site gives you a dose of food porn, vegan news, fashion — and everything in between.
Oh She Glows: Angela has gorgeous photos and delicious food. Even the most reluctant vegan can find something on her site.
Post-Punk Kitchen (The PPK): Isa’s blog is fun and hip — just like her best-selling cookbooks. “Veganomicon” & “Vegan With a Vengeance” have found homes on almost every vegan bookshelf.
Near and Dear to My Heart
(although not vegan, these are blogs I read regularly and love)
Coffee Clutter and Chaos: Carol and her partner Bluebell have a true modern family. I love reading about their challenges and triumphs.
Indian AS Apple Pie: The author of both “Vegan Indian Cooking” and “The Indian Slow Cooker”, Anupy’s blog is colorful — just like the spices in her fantastic recipes. Although not exclusively vegan (you will see references to non-vegan ingredients), many of her recipes offer easy vegan conversions.