Food blogs are one of the most popular blogging niches today. In fact, being that I love to cook, I’ve actually thought about starting my own food blog.
Back when I created custom WordPress themes for clients, I created more designs for food blogs than any other niche. Being that food blogs have become so popular, I thought it would be helpful as well as fun to put together a collection of the best feminine WordPress themes for food bloggers.
If you’re ready to start your own food blog, but don’t know where to start, I recommend you check out my guide How to Start a Blog Fast: A Step-by Step Tutorial.
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Foodie Pro is an extremely popular WordPress theme among food bloggers, and with good reason. Foodie Pro is a clean and minimalist theme, that’s jam packed with everything you need to run a successful food blog. Foodie Pro features color and typography options, grid archives (a visual recipe index), a featured posts widget, widget ares for optins and ads, 6 layout options, the ability to upload your own logo, and much more.
Due to its optional custom homepage design, the Naomi theme by BluChic is perfect for food blogs and businesses. The Naomi theme is beautify, easy to use, and includes features that allow you to customize the theme to your desired preference.
The Modern Studio
I chose The Modern Studio theme for this roundup due to the simplicity of the theme. With this theme there are no distractions, which allows you content to shine. I recommend installing a visual recipe/category index plugin to further enchance this theme for your food blog.
Food Blog Theme
The Food Blog Theme was clearly built with the food blogger in mind. This theme features recipe card styling, unlimited color options, helpful shortcodes, Google Fonts, and more. I definitely recommend taking a look at this theme to see all it has to offer.
Neptune is probably one of the most unique and feature rich food related WordPress themes I’ve come across. Neptune is packed with useful features such as: nutritional info, color and font options, recipe ratings, ad space, and so much more. You really have to see this theme for yourself.
The Daily Dish
Food & Cook
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I hope you’ve found this collection of WordPress themes for food bloggers helpful.
If you weren’t able to find something you like in this round up, then make sure you take a look at my ultimate guide of 85+ Feminine WordPress Themes for Bloggers. Something is bound to catch your eye there.