Plenty of people are making a living from sharing their recipes and food concoctions with the world. If you have something unique to offer, there is no reason you shouldn’t start your own food blog. These 15+ WordPress themes for food bloggers can give your website an attractive makeover:
Foodbook: a WordPress theme for recipe communities. It comes with image preloading built-in to offer a faster browsing experience. It has an attractive recipe slider, built-in like system, various custom widgets and drag & drop front-end submission forms. It is ready for WooCommerce.
Boodo WP: a cooking WordPress theme with 11 custom widgets, front-end submission, live search, and WooCommerce support. It is optimized for speed and lets you easily add recipes to your posts with JSON-LD metadata.
Cookiteer: another clean WordPress theme for food blogging. It is powered by the Redux framework and works with Elementor and WooCommerce. You get 5 homepages to choose from. This theme has a drag & drop recipe creator. It comes bundled with Cooked Pro and Slider Revolution.
Ranna: a food and recipe theme with 2 homepage variations and over 25 custom Elementor add-ons. It has a user-friendly recipe submission feature too. Ranna has plenty of footer and heater variations. It is ready for WooCommerce.
Basil: a WordPress theme for cooking classes and workshops. It is ready for WooCommerce and comes integrated with Instagram. It can be customized with WPBakery Page Builder. 4 homepage designs are included.
TinySalt: a personal food blog theme with over 12 homepage and 300+ theme options. It is responsive and ready for Retina displays. It comes integrated with Google Fonts. It has a stylish recipe index page and supports 4 blog styles.
Foodie Pro: a clean, minimalist recipe theme for Genesis. It has 3 homepage and 5 site-wide widget areas for you to choose from. This mobile responsive theme has an easily customizable header and various custom page templates.
Recipe Blogger: a mobile responsive, Gutenberg optimized recipe theme based on the Genesis framework. It also supports WP Recipe Maker.
Boiler: a dynamic WordPress theme for food blogs that lets your readers submit recipes. Its ingredient manager for your recipes lets you connect recipes to ingredients for a more intuitive search function. It has over 7 blog layouts for you to choose from.
Salt & Pepper: a gorgeous recipe theme for sharing your concoctions and cooking tips with the world. It is coded in HTML5 and CSS3. It comes with a visual composer plugin for drag & drop customization.
Chef’s Cuisine: a responsive theme with everything you need to showcase your recipes with ingredients, steps, and ratings. Your members get to submit their own recipes. It also has an advanced search function built-in.
Neptune: a WordPress theme for chefs and recipe bloggers. It lets your readers bookmark, review, and rate recipes. It also supports user recipe submissions. Neptune even has a convenient timer.
Bizi: a Retina ready and responsive theme for food bloggers. It can be customized via WPBakery page builder. It is ready for RTL languages.
Food Recipes: this theme comes with multiple recipe page designs, 10 custom widgets and 5 slider variations. It is responsive and supports recipe submissions. It has hRecipe microformat support.
Talisa: a food recipe community theme with support for front-end recipe submission. Your visitors can favorite and bookmark recipes. This theme is built with HTML5. It comes with Photoshop files bundled.
Pluto: a masonry blog theme ready for membership sites. It comes with image protection built-in. It lets you display ads between your posts to fully monetize your content. Has a bunch of attractive color schemes built-in.
Gustos: a community theme for food recipe sites with a front-end submission system. It has social profiles, awards, avatars, reputation scores, and private messaging.
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