12 Mommy Bloggers to Follow for Delicious Home-Cooked Recipes

As the famous saying goes, “Mother knows best”. Growing up, our moms were our first teachers, our confidants, and our guardians. Since they know what’s good for us, we can always count on them for home-cooked meals. Especially those that are made with love (as cheesy as that may sound).

Now that we’ve got more free time because of the quarantine, this is our chance to get creative in the kitchen! For aspiring chefs and home cooks, we’ve rounded up 12 mommy bloggers that you can follow for inspiration. As a bonus, we’ve added their recommended recipes for you to try out!

12 Mommy Bloggers to Follow for Delicious Home-Cooked Recipes

12. Rizza Yenko (@eliskitchen_ph)

https://www.facebook.com/eliskitchen16

Rizza is a full-time mother and entrepreneur. She juggles preparing food for her family and managing a Japanese food stall called Jap Express. A food blogger who loves preparing food just as much as she likes eating them, Rizza likes experimenting in the kitchen. Her recipes are easy to make and mostly use inexpensive ingredients.

Recommended Recipe: Crispy Fried Chicken

View this post on Instagram

Crispy Fried Chicken Kids favorite 😀🥰🥰 Fried Chicken 1 kilo Thigh part 1 tsp refine salt 1/4 tsp pepper pinch thyme , sage , oregano Italian herbs , paprika 3 tbsp rice flour 3 tbsp cornstarch Mix all the salt, pepper and herb then, add to the chicken and marinate for at least 30 minutes . Combine rice flour and cornstarch. Dip the marinate chicken to the flour mixture , then fried. Deep fry for 8 minutes. 180 C For the gravy 1 tbsp butter 1 tbsp flour 500 ml water 1 tsp knorr seasoning 1/2 knorr or 1 whole cubes 1 tbsp all purpose cream pepper Melt the butter, add the flour stir very well. add water then knorr cubes stir very well then add knor seasoning and All purpose cream. Stir very well wait to boil. #welovetocookph#eliskitchenph#homecooking#Friedchicken#chibogserye#tuloylaway#Filipinofoodmovement#pagkaingpinoy#yummyph#pagkaingpinoy#spotmyfood#welovetoeatph#whattoeatph#classicftiedchicken#chicken#crispy#fried#my#myfood#pepperph#dinner

A post shared by Eli's Kitchen (@eliskitchen_ph) on

11. Cris Ibañez (@crisibanez)

https://www.facebook.com/Cris-Ibanez-Kitchen / https://vt.tiktok.com/rqw77N/

A hands-on mom who honed her cooking skills by constantly practicing at home, Cris always puts effort into making her food delicious. As a child, she was mostly in the kitchen— learning tips and tricks from her mother. Now that she has a family of her own, Cris constantly experiments on new dishes and tries out different techniques. Her husband and two daughters enjoy her cooking because each dish comes with her secret ingredient: love.

Recommended Recipe: Adobong Pusit

10. Ojie Dominguez (@piggingoutonsundays / @food__fiend / @travels.piggingoutonsundays)

https://www.facebook.com/piggingoutosundaysojie / https: www.piggingoutonsundays.com / zomato.com/pigoutsundays

Ojie is a mother of four, who enjoys eating and writing about her culinary exploits with her handsome husband and piggery in tow. Her blog is a culmination of a happy mom’s daily food recipe for love, health, and foodgasmic pursuits. She eloquently documents her kitchen (mis)adventures under another blog, Food Fiend, which she has merged to her main blog Piggingoutonsundays. Eventually, her blog became so successful that it garnered the top spot in Zomato’s rankings. She was even invited to guest in Pop Talk TV last year. Ojie’s fixation for putting everything down on paper… or web, so to speak, may soon turn into a book that she plans on giving to the love of her life.

Recommended Recipe: Lazy Adobo

9. Edith Masangkay (@dithsdelight)

https://www.facebook.com/DithsDelight / https://youtu.be/eBbpdwy6gDA

Edith is a full-time mom and an entrepreneur with three kids. Although not a cook by profession, she attributes her ability to make new dishes and write recipes to God’s blessing. She started out by posting pictures of food, but became a food blogger thanks to the encouragement and support of her loved ones. Edith is a passionate foodie who loves taking photos, writing witty captions, and writing new recipes to share and inspire.

Recommended Recipe: Beef Bulalo

8. Lea Domingo (@mommylelei)

https://www.facebook.com/mommyleleiscooking

The wife of an OFW and a mother to two active sons, Lea advocates good and healthy eating for her family. She is a stay-at-home mommy who enjoys the artistry of cooking and simple baking, which started when she was growing up. Being surrounded by a family who loves to eat and cook; Lea inherited this passion, which she uses to create home-cooked meals and baked goodies filled with love. As such, her social media feed is a compilation of her enticing food creations, which you can replicate yourself.

Recommended Recipe: Sinigang na Isda sa Miso

View this post on Instagram

Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon at Tanigue sa Miso for #lunch • Happy Tuesday mga beshies! Walang pasok…so alam na kung ano ang ulam! 🤪 Fish naman for today pero sinigang pa rin! Mapapapikit ka sa asim nito. Ganyan kasi ang gustong luto ng mga bagets ko. Cyempre, may spicy sawsawan! Lagot! Kain po tayo! 😊💕 • SINIGANG SA MISO ——–‐————‐——— * 1 kilo fish of choice (tanigue, bangus, salmon, talakitok, etc.) * 3 to 4 cloves garlic – minced * 1 large onion – chopped * 2 inch ginger – chopped * 3 to 4 pcs tomatoes – chopped * 1/4 cup miso paste * 2 to 3 cups water * 2 tbsp patis * oil * 1 big sachet sinigang sa sampalok mix * okra * labanos * mustasa * siling pang-sigang Procedure: Heat oil. Saute ginger, garlic and onion until fragrant. Add tomatoes and patis. Saute and cook until tomatoes are mushy. Add miso paste. Mix well. Add water and sinigang mix. Let boil. Once boiling add your labanos, sili and okra. When veggies are halfway cooked, add fish. Continue simmering until fish and veggies are cooked. Season to taste. Add mustasa leaves, gently mix and turn off heat. Serve. 😋 #palutokaymommylelei #mommyleleiscooking #leleicooks #kainlangngkain #thankyouLord

A post shared by Lea Domingo (@mommylelei) on

7. Jenel Laureta (@jenel.laureta)

https://www.facebook.com/Maderhoods-Kitchen

Jenel, known by her friends as Jeng, treats the kitchen as her favorite playground. She has been cooking for more than half of her life, starting from her teenage days. As time passed, she eventually picked up baking— attributed to her growing love for food. A mom of one, Jeng loves creating new dishes and trying out new restaurants every chance she gets because she has a passionate love affair with food.

Recommended Recipe: Tinapa Salpicao

View this post on Instagram

Ulam Idea: Tinapa Salpicao🐟😋 . . . 🐟Tinapa Salpicao Recipe: 🐟ingredients: tinapa fillets, bawang, siling haba, mantika, worcestershire sauce, knorr seasoning, asin, paminta, tubig 🐟procedure: tanggalin yung tinik at ulo ng tinapa. Mag gisa ng maraming bawang at siling haba. Mag set aside ng konti para pang toppings. Maglagay ng worcestershire sauce, knorr seasoning, konting asin, paminta, at tubig. Pakuluan. Ilagay ang tinapa. Simmer hanggang magmantika ulit. Tikman. Kung okay na sa iyong panlasa, serve na with mainit na kanin.😋 . . . 🐟stay safe, fam and friends!🙏🏻😘 . . . “…be strong, and let your heart take courage…” Psalm 27:14 #lacocinadelaureta #tinapa #salpicao #panlasangpinoy #tarasasouth #ulamideas #eatpilipinas #whattoeatph #welovetoeatph #foodgrammerph #masarapba #adobonation #discovermnl #dmfoodseries #parangtotoo #itsmorefuninthephilippines #filipinofoodmovement #foodphotography #foodiesofinstagram #foodstagram #lutongbahay #yasssbaldbaker #thefoodiestation #forkspoonmanila #foodie #lutongnanay #pinoyfood

A post shared by Pagkain Adventures Ni Jeng (@jenel.laureta) on

Click on the next page for more!


Pages: 1 2





Related Stories