Vegan lifestyles are on the rise and thanks to this so are vegan blogs. Whether you’re looking to change your lifestyle, or just adopt more plant-based food into your life, these are the UK vegan bloggers you need to know about.
Of course, we all know Deliciously Ella, so we’ve decided not to include her in the list, primarily because we imagine you’ve already come across her blog or cookbooks before if you’re interested in vegan living.
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Saskia Gregson-Williams of Naturally Sassy has a beautiful blog that’s filled with delicious and filling recipes that are plant-based, gluten-free, refined sugar-free and wheat free too. As well as recipes there are product reviews on the latest health products as well as her favourite restaurants and healthy cafe suggestions too. After studying nutrition and sports nutrition she uses her food as a tool to fuel her ballet dancing, using it to not only nourish and energise, but reduce inflammation, increase stamina, boost her immunity and promote muscle recovery.
Saskia also has her own recipe book as well as Naturally Sassy Superfood Bites, which are sold at a growing range of health retailers including Planet Organic and Ocado.[amazon box="1785030973"]
The Whole Ingredient
Laura from The Whole Ingredient shares a wide selection of plant-based recipes that are incredibly easy to make, no need to spend hours and hours in the kitchen. These are delicious recipes you'll come back to time and time again because they have so much flavour.
Before Vegan Vox was a vegan she was a vegetarian for 25 years before that, on her blog she shares a host of recipes, reviews of stores and restaurants, travel trips, as well as helpful guides on what she eats in a week. Her guides on Vegan events are also useful too.
Guac and Roll
Ava from Guac and Roll started her blog because she wanted to show her friends what she could eat, because they had no clue. There are now plenty of delicious recipes for you to try from her blog. Her food ranges far and wide with meal ideas for every craving and need, plus, there’s plenty of guides to eating around Europe which is really handy to have.
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Fat Gay Vegan
The Fat Gay Vegan is great guide for vegan-friendly restaurants in London and around the world, this blog is a go-to if you’re wanting to eat out. His love for sweet treats means you’ll never have to miss out on sugary delights either.
Vegan in Brighton
Jojo is the blogger behind Vegan In Brighton, and if you're keen on travelling and need some information and guides, this is the blog to read. She's eaten her way through North America and most of Europe, so it's great if you want restaurant or cafe recommendations. As you can imagine, there's plenty of information on the vegan places to eat in Brighton too.
The Tofu Diaries
Natalie Tamara and her blog The Tofu Diaries are a go-to if you’re looking for a blog full of tasty recipes, travel advice for being meat-free anywhere and living a cruelty-free lifestyle. Previously vegetarian, you can still find these recipes on her blog, she now eats a fully vegan diet and that transpires into her love of cruelty-free cosmetics and ethical shopping which she also covers on the blog.
Green & Leithy
Not only does Rebecca cover a wide variety of recipes on her blog, Green & Leithy, we also love the collection of vegan recipes for products including cleaning spray, shampoo, hand wash and face masks amongst others.
Vegan Family House
A family-run blog, Davie, Lucy, Daniel and Charlotte live in Scotland and have been running the Vegan Family House since 1998. It’s safe to say there’s plenty of recipes to try from this blog, with everyone from soups, cakes and smoothies, we particularly love their guides to Easter and Christmas, perfect for those who are worried about celebrating them for the first year.
Meghan not only shares her love for vegan food on Naturally Meghan, but her full vegan lifestyle, which includes her cosmetics and clothing. With everything from snacks, condiments, cakes, mains and breakfasts, Meghan keeps our diet filled with delicious and nutritious meals. The one recipe we can’t and won’t ever get enough of, the two-ingredient Raw Fudge.
Emily Cooks Vegan
After recovering from anorexia three years ago, Emily Chudy began her blog Emily Cooks Vegan as a way of falling in love with food again. Her meals are mostly vegan, with the odd egg or milk ingredient thrown in, but it’s always affordable, and definitely tasty. Boring salads are banned with our delight.
Aimee’s blog was born from a long-term illness that inspired her to start creating healthy recipes for herself, thankfully she decided to share them on Wallflower Girl. Here you’ll find familiar classics made into diet-friendly favourites, sweet treats, quick snacks and more. Beautiful photography too.
The Vegan Stoner
Both simple in design and recipes, it’s easy to copy the recipes from The Vegan Stoner because each ingredient is presented with a charming illustration. There’s no step-by-step imagery, but it doesn’t need it because this blog is designed on the premise that you can make tasty vegan meals without the need for tonnes of ingredients. It simply works.
Little Miss Meat Free
Katy Beskow is winner of PETA’s Great Vegan Bake-Off, a cook, food writer and cookery tutor and she runs Little Miss Meat Free, a beautiful blog that we go back to time and time again. Katy managed to turn her meat-loving family meat-free, so try her recipes to convince some of your meat-loving friends of a vegan way of life.
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