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My top 4 Instagram food accounts

I loveeeeee Instagram. You can find me on Instagram every single day. It’s a great way to find inspiration for almost everything. I know Pinterest is great for this too, but the majority of the time I’m on Instagram. One of the most important things in life is food. It is. I love to cook, learn how to make new dishes, try out new recipes, explore the cuisine of other cultures and of course try out (which is eat) lots of stuff.  This post is dedicated to my top 4 Instagram accounts posting pictures of food. Yep. Mouthwatering food and mouthwatering photo’s. You’ll get hungry instantly watching their photo’s. This is my top 4 at the moment although there are many more out there. I’ve gathered them together and added 3 Instagram photo’s of each I found beautiful. It was hard to pick just 3 of each 😉 If you’re hungry for more then keep on reading 😉 Advertisements

Coconut Mango Yogurt Pie

Hi loves! A couple of days ago I had dinner with friends. I found this recipe a while ago and have been wanting to try it out. This dinner with my friends was the perfect occasion to test it! If you want to know how to make this then keep on reading! 🙂

Homemade banana cake

The world has gone mad the last year on superfoods! Goji berries, chia seeds and quinoa. I am not a healthy superfoods freak. But I do like to keep things in balance. And if there is a healthy alternative for certain foods. Why not try it out?  A couple of months ago I tried out buckwheat flour and almond flour for the first time. I made pancakes that were actually quite good. Although I do prefer my egg banana pancakes.

Yummy healthy banana pancakes

Hi loves! Hope everyone is having a great day! I want to share this delicious recipe with you. A healthy version of mini pancakes. I am in no means a gal who eats healthy and skinny all the time. I love food too much. Hamburgers, pizza and pasta. Love it all! And every now and then I will absolutely dig into this delicious comfort food. However. If there is a healthier skinny version of something that I love, which is also effortless and easy to make. I am all up for it. Why not? I have been following a couple of healthy foodies on Instagram or Facebook. This recipe came to my attention. Easy to make, still super delicious and healthy.


A simple quick lunch with some stuff I already had in my kitchen. I was looking at this baquette I bought two days ago. Such a waste to trow it away. After going through all the stuff in my fridge and decided to make a nice bruschetta. Popping the baquette in the oven would make it perfect to eat. Ingredients: – a baquette – fresh small tomatoes – bruschetta mix – buffalo mozzarella – prosciutto di parma or serrano ham – grated cheese – salt and pepper