9 of our favourite healthy food bloggers in Sussex

Healthy Eating Week on Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.uk

We’ve just had Healthy Eating Week (yes we have) so what better time to celebrate the foodie skills on our own doorstep and look at a roundup of some of our fave healthy(ish!) food bloggers from Sussex…

Foodie Eshe on Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.ukFoodie Eshe – Food guide and recipes

Not only does Eshe, a self-proclaimed “food obsessed blogger” have one of the most popular and detailed blogs of places to eat in Brighton, she divides them into categories for you to easily find.

If you fancy some vegan or vegetarian delights she will steer you in the right direction with her extensive reviews. In addition to this she has her own recipes too, my only advice is stay away from her page if you’re hungry, it won’t help!


Rosie Posie Pudding and Pies Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.uk


Rosie Posie’s Pudding and Pies – reviews and recipes

Loads of great reviews of great Brighton and Hove grub spots, pubs and even some recipes. Ranging from the indulgent to the healthy, you won’t be short on ideas and inspiration here. Prepare for honesty, “I tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, even if it stings…”



Jess and Joss cook Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.ukJess and Josh Cook – Couple cooking and review blog

This adorable couple discovered their matching love of food a couple of months into their relationship and haven’t looked back since. Their blog balances honest reviews (they’re not afraid to tell you they won’t be returning somewhere) and recipes with a ‘healthy’ and ‘vegetarian’ section so you’ll know where to find your health fix.




Kirsten Chick Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.ukKirsten Chick – Connect With Nutrition

Maybe we’re a bit biased here as Kirsten writes for Title, but we love her easy-to-understand approach to great nutrition. She offers one to one consultations, workshops and retreats alongside loads of information on her blog.

Her blog is perfect for those who want to start eating more healthily but don’t know where to start, it’s packed full of tasty looking vegan recipes as well as the nutritional information, so we know why we should eat the food as well as how to make it! She wants healthy eating to be enjoyable – “Food is meant to nourish you, not punish you!”


The Graphic Foodie featured on Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.uk

The Graphic Foodie – Reviews and Recipes

This blog contains a great variety of healthy recipes for meat eaters, fish eaters and veggies alike. Fran is Italian, which means she has a “built in passion for food.”

It’s clear she has a vast knowledge of food and will honestly review lots of restaurants to you know where to go!



Tea Cake and Make featured on Title Sussex Magzine www.titlesussex.co.uk

Tea, Cake and Make – Recipes and Recommended places to eat

Tea, Cake and Make is run by a creative vegan who loves to share her vegan recipes along with the best vegan munch spots. Her vegan mushroom Bolognese looks delicious if you want to eat something indulgent but healthy!



Vegan girl on the run Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.uk

Vegan Girl on The Run – Vegan food locations and ideas

This is an Instagram account rather than a blog. Lots of photos of animals having a nice time, inspiration for a plant-based lifestyle, and some cool pics of food ideas on the run.

And let’s face it, anyone who is already vegan knows it’s hard to get good vegan options on the run in many places. Great for inspiration


The Sussex Girl food blogger Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.uk

The Sussex Girl – Lifestyle, Travel and Food

Packed full of healthy recipes, Beckie, “a twenty-something self-confessed stationary addict, gin lover and cake baker based on the sunny South Coast of England” will guide you on how to eat healthily but scrumptiously.




Sam Bilton on Title Sussex Magazine www.titlesussex.co.uk

Sam Bilton, Comfortably Hungry – Recipes, Reviews and Food Writing

As well as having a huge passion for food, Sam Bilton is also a food historian. Her vast array of recipes include delicious vegetarian dishes so you can find your healthy veggie fix as well as great meat and fish recipes. Her fine dining reviews will leave you watering at the mouth and her sincere love of food shines through in her writing.


Do YOU know any good foodies in Sussex we should know about? Post on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #titlesussexfoodies and let us know!