We’ve all seen those Instagram accounts that are constantly posting delicious looking dishes and wondered, how do these influencers could possibly find the time to constantly create such culinary masterpieces? It turns out, it’s not as hard as you think.
For anyone who isn’t a total whizz in the kitchen, the prospect of making Instagram-worthy lunches on the daily seems a little unrealistic. But with the right ingredients, some foolproof recipes and a good camera, you too can make great food and spruce up your Instagram feed, all at the same time.
Rainbow Salad Bowls are a great place for newbies to start, and all you really need to do it chop up some veggies. This particular recipe is endorsed by Vogue, and if it's good enough for Anna Wintour, it's good enough for us.
Chia Bowls are a great dish for meal prepping, all you need to do is mix the chia seeds with almond butter, syrup, milk and vanilla for a dreamy dish that's surprisingly good for you. Feel free to spice this one up with your own ingredients, swapping the almond butter out for a berry compote would be a great way to sneak in some of your five-plus-a-day.
Any avocado fiends will definitely appreciate these roasted potato bowls with guacamole filling. This super healthy recipe is perfect for those days when you want something a little bit extra to keep you going.
Try spicing up a classic Caesar salad recipe with this version, packed with kale, chickpeas and sweet potato. There's no doubt you'll be feeling accomplished and healthy after whipping this up but can we talk about how photogenic this is?
For those of us who barely know how to work a microwave, this dressed up beans and rice recipe is a total beginner level lunch. This classic comfort food dish is to leave you feeling super satisfied and looks incredibly cute considering the minimal effort that goes into putting it together.