Top “Foodstagram” Accounts for Every Mood

You’re scrolling through Instagram when suddenly a picture of food catches your eye. You click on the account to check it out, and suddenly, you’ve spent the past 30 minutes just looking at images of food. Whether you’re bored in class, inspired by culinary possibilities or just busy aggravating your hunger by drooling over melt-y cheese and gooey chocolate, we’ve all been there.

While it’s exciting to stumble upon a new account by accident, following a few different accounts will ensure a steadfast daily delivery from food feeds. Pulsefeedz has you covered with the best foodie accounts for every occasion. Disclaimer: this article may make you hungry.

For when you’re craving something sweet:

1. @foooodieee

 

If chocolate is your thing, this is the account for you. While they do occasionally post some savory snacks, most of these pictures will have you reaching for your leftover Halloween candy stash.

2. @cakeporm

Hello weekend @dollcakeandco

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This feed is filled with beautiful cakes that seem more like works of art than edible treats. The only problem is that they look almost too good to eat (But let’s be real, nothing is too good to eat).

The best local eats:

1. @district_foodies

 

District Foodies collects posts from the best restaurants in D.C. If you’re someone who can never decide where to go out to eat, it’s more than worth a follow.

2. @dcfoodporn

Just devoured the whole menu at @eatatsilver with @sensiblestylista #dcfoodporn // TAG YOUR FRIENDS

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Follow DC Food Porn for professional-looking shots of mouth-watering meals at eateries in and around the district.

When you crave something healthy, but still yummy:

1. @realfoodology

 

This account posts a variety of meals. The featured lean proteins and fresh veggies will give you amazing dinner ideas. Plus there are healthy dessert pictures to satisfy your sweet tooth, too.

2. @rachaelsgoodeats

Roasted veggie and chickpea pasta night 🍝 This is one of my favorite easy go-to dishes to make and it is SO satisfying. Also, the green glob continues to top all my food 🙆 . Roasted veg: spray broccoli & cauliflower florets with @chosenfoods avocado oil on baking sheet. Season with garlic powder, @traderjoeslist 21 seasoning salute and turmeric. Separately, toss cubed organic extra firm tofu with oil, garlic powder and nutritional yeast and add to sheet. BROIL in oven for 12-15 minutes, tossing towards the end Combine with @eatbanza shelled chickpea pasta my all time FAV, crumbled feta and a big dollop of cilantro avocado sauce (1.5 cup fresh cilantro + 1/4 cup olive oil + 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar + 1 large avocado + 2 small limes, juiced + 1 tbsp minced garlic + sea salt/ground pepper to taste (about 1/4 tsp each) + 2 tbsp water –> blend in food processor) ✨

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This dietician shares drool-worthy snaps of healthy breakfasts, lunches and dinners that look good, but won’t make you feel like you need to run a marathon to burn off the calories. Best part? She shares the recipes, so you can make it yourself, then upload a picture of your creation on your own account. Score.

Best all-around:

1. @buzzfeedtasty

 

Yeah, yeah, you probably roll your eyes at how many of these videos are shared on Facebook. But there’s just something so mesmerizing about seeing the ingredients mixed and baked to perfection. The recipes are usually included as well, if you’re so inclined to re-create something.

2. @foodintheair

Is this a mirage or am I seeing this right? 📸: @tasting_longisland #cabo #cheesburger #beach #mexico

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What could be better than delicious-looking food plus jaw-dropping scenery? Nothing. This account posts pictures of people holding their meals up in the air against a scenic background. Kinda brings a whole new meaning to “Cheeseburger in Paradise.”