A list of great food blogs

Assortment of fresh vegetables and fruit

An Avocado A Day


An Avocado A Day is managed by 4 naturopathic doctors, including DNHC’s Dr. Cho. The website features health tips, hot topics in health, and healthy recipes. The recipes are mostly originals or adaptations of harder versions floating around the web. There’s no strict food restriction to their recipes, although most are gluten free, dairy free, and sugar free. Others have vegetarian/vegan options as well. Check out their most popular post: “Chocolate Avocado Pudding.”

Oh She Glows


Oh She Glows provides tons of really great vegan recipes. Angela Liddon, the author, has now published a recipe book based on the huge response she received from her blog. She features everything-mains, desserts, drinks, and snacks. If you are looking for dairy free/vegan seasonal or holiday recipes, this is the place to go. Check out her “Online Vegan Shopping Guide” for more resources.

Chocolate Covered Katie


The goal of this blog is to provide healthy dessert options. I like using this as a place to start for sweet recipes, but I find that I alter the recipes a bit to include things that I have in my pantry already.   She does have some gluten and dairy free options, but you will have to a bit of your own research to make sure. I also hesitate on saying that the recipes are “healthy”-I would just say that they are “healthier” than what is typically offered as desserts. Try her “Chocolate Fudge in a Jar” with some rice cakes for a sweet treat.

My Darling Lemon Thyme


Like so many people today, the author Emma has gluten and dairy sensitivities in her family. In her blog, she shares both sweet and savoury recipes that are gluten-free and mostly dairy free.   Check out her “Pumpkin Tofu Curry” recipe and add chicken if you want a little more lean protein!

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