The amount of incredible content I find on TikTok is unbelievable. From amazing facts about the body (like the anatomy of the vagina), to home furniture hacks (I have never loved Kmart so much in my life), and hilarious pranks – it makes sense that a quick scroll turns in to hours online. But when it comes to the food content, now that is a goldmine.
There are a bunch of Australian TikTok creators that are eager to share their quick, easy, and healthy recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks. They are not only delish but seriously practical.
So, inn celebration of the TikTok Food Festival (more about that here), here’s some of our favourite healthy Aussie TikTok foodie creators to follow.
Leanne is a nutritionist and sports dietitian. Her work is focused on females in particular, helping women combat emotional eating and improve their gut health.
Sunshine Coast based Tess Keightley creates mega-nutritious and easy recipes, informed by her work as a qualified dietician. Tess show us how to jam-pack veggies into everyday meals (like this balanced cooked brekkie) as well as how to make delish healthy snacks (like these grilled peaches).
Why to follow: You’ll get an insiders’ guide into what a dietician eats, which can inspire your day to day food choices. And her sense of humour makes learning about superfoods fun!
Jacqui’s a specialist in gut health and womens’ health, and makes healthy eating a breeze. Her creations – like these banana baked oats with quinoa flakes – always look completely mouth-watering, and they’re good for your tummy, too.
Down-to-earth foodie and Sydney swimmer Kirrily is a beach-loving, wellness focused Brit who makes simple, healthy grab-and-go recipes that are perfect for those of us who live life on the move. Kirrily is relatable, and she keeps it simple – stuff that even the most beginner home cook out there can master with ease. We recommend starting with her rice paper rolls, or one of her peanut butter banana bars.
The lovely Ayeh is all about sharing tasty recipes with a healthy twist. She’s got a good sense of humour, dance moves, and great ideas. Ayeh was inspired to share her healthy eating recipes after a back injury saw her leave her career in finance and become a home chef, which is a pretty inspiring move!
Why to follow: Her healthy lunch wraps are very handy to learn, and she regularly posts new wrap ideas. We also like her creative breakfasts, like Nature’s Cereal, where she turns watermelons into breakfast bowls and makes us realise how amazing a bowl of berries can be.
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