3 Food Bloggers You Should Follow For Easy At-Home Meals

If you’re like me, there never seems to be enough hours in a day, and the weekend seems to fly by like a 30-minute lunch break. The fall semester is in full swing and time management is key. With homework, study groups, work, and making time for a social life, it can be easy to forget about other important things.

One thing that I always make time for during the week is cooking. I like to cook at home because I like how my food tastes, I can control what goes in it, and I am in the midst of purchasing a home and planning a wedding. In other words, I need to keep as much of my coins in my bank account as possible. Cooking at home allows me to budget my food spending so that I am not frivolously throwing away money at restaurants. Don’t get me wrong, I do eat out a few times a month, but I budget for those special times as well.

I know you’re probably thinking, “I don’t know how to cook,” or “I always end up making the same things and I get tired of my cooking.” I am going to share my favorite food bloggers. I have made recipes from each of them and they have come out deliciously.

  1. Scherise focuses on quick and simple meals that everyone can make. She makes reels, IGTV videos, and even posts written recipes. She also has a home care line called YourHomeBeis, where she sells salt-free seasonings and other kitchenware.

2. Alex also makes simple recipes and is a self-taught cook. She has a food blog under the same moniker, where she posts recipes along with vibrant pictures of each dish to go along. Just scrolling through her site makes me hungry. I have made her Peruvian Chicken recipe and it was *chef’s kiss* delicious.

3. Lastly, but certainly not least, Maria is another home-chef that delivers mouth-watering, easy recipes. I will say, her recipes are a go-to when you want to indulge. As her Instagram handle suggests, you can expect lots of fried food from her and lots of butter. Her recipes are perfect for a Friday night at home. She also has a blog where she posts recipes with the same name, DeepFriedHoney.com.

I hope this lists inspires you to make at least one more meal-a-week at home than you were making before. Feel free to share any recipes that you’ve tried in the comments!

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