Follow 7 Instagram Accounts For Food Inspiration

Thanksgiving is around the corner, which means many hosts are looking to impress their guests with delicious recipes and creative presentations. Fortunately, inspiration is just a click away. Show your kitchen a little love with help from these seven Instagram accounts loaded with food inspiration.

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Author of The Love & Lemons Cookbook, Jeanine Donofrio is all about highlighting veggie-based dishes. Through vibrant ingredients and inventive recipes, her grid becomes more eye-catching by the minute. Opt for the spiced-up squash salad with pomegranates, goat cheese and a tangy date-sweetened dressing or the spicy chipotle cornbread with chipotle peppers, scallions and kernels of fresh corn—Thanksgiving suddenly got a whole lot tastier.


Seasoned lamb meatballs over cilantro & lime cauliflower rice, sautéed market mushrooms and greens 🌱😻 These meatballs were so flavorful 🙊 . Mix 1 lb grass fed ground lamb with 1 tsp smoked paprika, 1/2 cup chopped parsley, 1/4 cup chopped cilantro, 1/2 tsp sea salt, 1/2 tsp ground pepper, 3 tbsp toasted pine nuts (heat in a pan over the stove for several minutes— watch closely!). Form into meatballs and brown in a large pan with avocado oil, flipping every 3-5 min until done. For the cilantro lime cauli rice, sauté minced garlic & diced onion in olive/avocado oil (optional, as I opted out of the two), then add 1 bag of riced cauliflower (or regular rice) to pan. Stir constantly on medium heat and add 1/2 squeezed lime, 1/2 cup chopped cilantro, red chili flakes, s + p 💃 Cook mushrooms in ghee and you’re ready to go 🙋✨

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A registered dietitian, Rachael DeVaux focuses heavily on creating dishes that are both healthy and delicious. Her meals are usually centered around wholesome ingredients that provide nourishment for the health-conscious. These seasoned lamb meatballs over cilantro and lime cauliflower rice, sautéed mushrooms and greens are sure to do the trick.


More than six million people follow chef Jamie Oliver on Instagram—and for good reason. He tends to come up with simple, delicious recipes paired with images that look straight out of a food magazine. Take your tastebuds for a spin with the creamy veggie butternut squash pasta bake, a hearty twist on a favorite fall veggie.


Author of the Half Baked Harvest Cookbook, Tieghan Gerard provides her followers with a fresh take on comfort food. A few of her secrets: she adds an Irish kick of Guinness and soda bread to her French onion soup and she likes to sneak molasses into her apple pies. She’s gearing up for the holidays with festive creations. This sweet roasted squash, topped with Burrata cheese, butter toasted hazelnuts and pomegranate, tastes as good as it looks


Known for its stellar seafood menu and colorful cocktails, this restaurant is always dishing out impeccable selections. Artfully plated, the scallops wrapped in bacon are to-die-for. Made with roasted peppers, roasted garlic, basil pesto and balsamic reduction, they are also fairly easy to make.


For a little Mexican inspiration, look no further than Swell Taco. The dishes are hearty, flavorsome and eye-catching. Proof is in this chili and chicken tortilla soup served in a shell bowl.


Another LI hotspot, Locale’s specialty is pizzettes, a personal pie consisting of sauce, cheese and an assortment of vegetables or meats. No matter how you slice it, the secret is plenty of sauce, melted cheese and fresh toppings.