Follow These 6 Instagram Accounts for a Daily Dose of Holiday Food Inspiration

The holidays are quickly approaching which means it’s one of the best times to scroll through Instagram for a daily dose of food inspiration. Whether it’s stunning tablescapes, mouth-watering plates of home-cooked meals or pies that double as works of art, Instagram offers a true feast for the eyes. To help get you in the holiday spirit, we’ve hand-picked six of our favorite accounts to follow for food inspiration to last you well into the new year.

Aran Goyoaga (@cannellevanille)

We love Aran’s subdued color palette that mimics the hues of fall’s end almost perfectly. Aran was also just featured on CreativeLive’s  We Are Photographers podcast — take a listen to learn more about Aran’s inspiration for her hauntingly beautiful holiday pictures.

Brittany Wright (@wrightkitchen)

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Right before they headed into the oven 🔥

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It’s obvious Brittany approaches her food as art when you scroll through her beautifully curated Instagram feed. If her use of color, pattern or shape doesn’t get you, her selection of delicious foods certainly will.

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Lauren Ko (@lokokitchen)

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Cherried away. 🍒| Foraged blackberry pie with black sesame dragonfruit crust and a cherry crown. The original version of this design was an accident—born out of a failed plan and reluctantly posted only after another design also fell through. As luck would have it, @designmilk reshared it, catapulting it into internet notoriety. Eep. @lokokitchen had been slowly building momentum, despite its inadvertent genesis, but this was the catalyst that pushed the snowball doughn the hill. And what a wild ride it has been. Happy almost 1 year, friends! 🤯 . . . . . . . . . . #lokokitchen #blackberry #cherry #dragonfruit #blacksesame #pie #moderndesign #visualstyle #designmilk #fromwherewedesign #designforall @design #whpcolorplay @instagram #happyaccident #stringart #f52pie #buzzfeast #huffposttaste #abmlifeissweet #tastingtable #onmytable #bakeandshare #beautifulcuisines #marthabakes #imsomartha #howisummer #seattle

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Seattle-based Lauren Ko’s pies look almost too good to eat. Lauren adapts classic pie flavors — like cherry or apple — and lesser-known pie ingredients — like peanut butter or ginger — into unique splays of art you can’t help but want to save forever.

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Elliot Clark (@Apartment_Bartender)

Looking for the perfect cocktail to pair with your Thanksgiving or holiday meals? Elliot Clark has you covered. From Old Fashions to more unusual libations, Elliot shares his favorite — and most beautiful — cocktails.

Marie Saba (@mariesaba)

Need a dose of wisdom for the holidays? Look no further than Marie Saba’s Instagram of the same name. Marie cleverly intertwines inspirational quotes into her food to help feed your heart and soul.

Ashleigh Amoroso (@ashamorskitchen)

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a year after we started shooting it, the #reducetariancookbook is just a week away from being released into the wild. we’re so proud, excited, and can’t wait to share it with the world! some of you have already pre-ordered the book and your love and support just means so much to me. the concept behind the book is something i truly believe in and think is the way of the future. the @reducetarian movement is composed of individuals who are committed to eating less meat – red meat, poultry, and seafood – as well as less dairy and fewer eggs, regardless of the degree or motivation. this concept is appealing because not everyone is willing to follow an "all-or-nothing" diet. however, reducetarianism is still inclusive of vegans, vegetarians, and anyone else who reduces the amount of animal products in their diet. overall, a plant forward diet is healthy, it’s easy, and it’s good for the well being of animals and the environment. . the link to pre-order the book will be up in my profile for the next 24 hours if any of this resonates with you – or if you just like great recipes with pretty photos! xx

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CreativeLive student Ashleigh Amoroso has an eye for capturing cozy. Her photographs of hearty winter staples will make you want to curl up with a good book by the fire, not to emerge until 2019.

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