Here’s our pick of foodie Instagram feeds to follow for inspiration and delicious ideas

Words Elysia Agnew


Michael Zee creates perfectly symmetrical breakfasts filled with bright colours and delicious flavours. Follow this account and you’ll be inspired to cook up a creative breakfasts for your loved ones.


The Bakemonger offers imaginative edibles inspired by seasonal beauty and culture. A must-follow for creative cake makers.


Alexandra Stafford invites followers into her kitchen to be inspired by her simple, seasonal recipes. Currently living in New York with her husband and four children, Alexandra has been pulling together her best-loved, bread-based recipes in her new book: Bread. Toast. Crumbs.


Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley’s Instagram page offers advice and inspiration for home cooks and food lovers who also have a passion for wellness and delicious, nutritious food. With recipes making foodies feel vibrant strong and healthy, this page will not only have you making meals that taste good, you’ll feel good too.


Julie’s Kitchen is where photography meets food, in a stunning and truly delicious collaboration. Her Instagram collages started out as a way of showcasing seasonal produce from local farmers markets but soon developed into an ongoing project in the study of design, colour theory and the love of food. A truly mouth watering artistic insight.


Follow the Daily Food Feed for your daily dose of gluttony goodness from seasoned fries and impressive ice-creams to delicious donuts and burritos bursting with flavour. With stunning snaps both sweet and savoury, this feed will have you seeking out tasty snacks and exciting recipes all year round.


Skye McAlphine is a writer and home cook, picking up inspiration between her homes in Venice and London. Her urban-meets-rural feed showcases stunning table settings, exceptional garden produce and fabulous, fruity ingredients.


Claire Ptak, behind Violet Cakes London, is a bakery owner, cook, author, stylist and entrepreneur who celebrates seasonal produce and on-trend ingredients through her love of baking. Followers can expect cute cupcakes, floral decorations and sweet treats to set off those tastebuds.


Chic table settings and photogenic produce make up Jo Rodgers’ foodie feed. All of her posts tell a story, taking not only the food but the location, colours and designs into consideration. You’ll find perfect breakfast set-ups, office lunches, rural retreats and fancy afternoon teas.


Clerkenwell Boy is a fun and colourful feed celebrating food, travel and artistic designs. For foodies who like to travel, Clerkenwell Boy has you covered with dishes that will have you seeking out new cities and ingredients that will have you jetting off to discover new places. A fascinating feed of food and drink that will inspire, educate and will have you eager to explore.