Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
What began as a simple Instagram account has become it’s own full-fledged brand. Started in 2013 by Alexis Kornblum Davidson, Lexi’s Clean Kitchen is filled with clean and delicious recipes that are also fun and easy to make. The former teacher turned full-time blogger shows the healing power of food, and recently published her first cookbook, Lexi’s Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life.
Try her recipe for a Candied Pecan and Herb Chicken Salad.
The Iron You
The Iron You was created by Mike, a triathlete and Ironman harnesses eating real, wholesome foods. He follows a paleo diet, but occasionally sneaks in foods not included in the diet. His recipes are easy, interesting and of course, drool-worthy.
Try his recipe for Curried Light Chicken Salad.
This insta was founded by registered dietitian nutritionists Taylor Johnson and Mearaph Barnes. The two met during a dietetic internship and became close friends, eventually starting Roots Reboot to provide healthy recipes to clients. Each recipe includes nutritional information about the ingredients, as well as advice on how to use food as medicine.
Try their recipe for Crispy Tofu Two Ways.
Rachael’s Good Eats
Registered dietitian and personal trainer Rachael creates recipes that are balanced and healthy, but also delicious. Her recipes even brought her to be a commentator on Dr. Oz. Her recipes are healthy and simple, and make for some great photos to look at.
Try her recipe for Chocolate Bark (Added Sugar-Free).
Eat Clean with B
Simple, sweet, and to the point, this Insta is filled with colorful and fresh ingredients that make for fabulous meals. Blair, the woman behind the photos, gives healthy twists on your favorite meals, and focuses on clean recipes that are uncomplicated and fun.
Try her recipe for Butternut Squash Tacos.
The Gracious Pantry
Stay-at-home-mom Tiffany McCauley started the Gracious Pantry following the birth of her son. The former restaurant manager began to create clean delicious recipes in an effort to boost her health for the sake of her son. Her recipes are healthy and fit for kids and adults. Since launching, her blog features more than 1,000 clean recipes, and McCauley has her name on three cookbooks.
Try her recipe for Sheet Pan Pineapple Shrimp.
Food Heaven Made Easy
Registered dietitians and self-proclaimed nutrition nerds Wendy and Jess use a plant based diet in all their recipes, which are all simple and low-cost to make. The pair recently published their first cookbook together, the 28 Day Plant Powered Health Reboot.
Try their recipe for Creamy Cashew Pesto Raw Zucchini Pasta.
This blogger in Chicago tends to stick to a plant-based diet, but still throws in fish and other proteins here and there. May Zhu started her journey in college, wanting to share how easy it is to incorporate healthy and delicious foods into a lifestyle where good food is only a part of being healthy.
Try her recipe for Edamame Sweet Pea and Egg Breakfast Tortillas.
Registered dietician Cait is the woman behind the scenes of this Insta, which is filled with easy, healthy recipes we know you’ll love! She also posts weekly meal plans which offer a full day of balanced meal ideas from breakfast to dinner.
Try her recipe for this Protein-Packed Summer Farro Salad.
Fit Men Cook
Kevin, founder of Fit Men Cook, was overweight and wanted to be healthy without having to eat bland, boring foods. After a lifestyle change which included experimenting in the kitchen and then sharing his recipes with the world, Kevin was able to become healthier and happier, all through a well-balanced diet and exercise. His transformation was backed by a simple mantra: Our bodies are built in the kitchen, and sculpted in the gym.
Try his recipe for a 4-Ingredient Keto Coconut Chicken Curry.