Recap: The Modern Meal Blogger Instagram Takeover

Do you follow us on Instagram? If not, you should – not only for the exclusive behind-the-scenes Ancient Harvest footage and mouthwatering recipes, but also because we occasionally host exciting events featuring some of our favorite food bloggers.

While hosting our recent Modern Meal Cook-Off on Facebook, we invited each of the participating food bloggers to take over our Instagram account for a day. They did, and the results were incredible – full of beautiful and colorful photos, tempting recipes, and tips for eating well and staying healthy throughout the holiday season and beyond.

Just in case you missed it, here were some of the highlights:

First, Brittany of Eating Bird Food took the reins to give us a glimpse into her life – and her kitchen. We especially love this recipe she posted for Gluten-Free Quinoa Stuffing:

eating bird food

Lauren Kelly of Lauren Kelly Nutrition then took over, giving us gorgeous how-to’s for everything from a light beet salad to this Healthy Pumpkin Fudge:

lauren kelly

Amy The Family Chef, true to her name, served up some fantastic tips for how to get your children involved in the cooking process – like asking them to stir cake batter, or assemble a salad.

amy the family chef

Then, Lee from Fit Foodie Finds filled our Instagram feed with footage from her kitchen – with an emphasis on holiday-ready casseroles and one pot meals, like this nutritious and delicious Sun Dried Tomato, Kale and Chicken Sausage Quinoa Bake:

fit foodie finds

The finale was Julia from The Roasted Root, showing us what she does best. Her close-up shots of fall fruits and veggies made us hungry for seasonal treats like these beautiful Maple Roasted Butternut Squash and Beets:

the roasted root

Hungry for more? Follow us on Instagram as we continue to showcase our favorite things. And if you’re curious to see which of the five bloggers won our Modern Meal Cook-Off, like us on Facebook as well.

To learn more about the Modern Meal and download our free cookbook, simply visit us over at AncientHarvest.com.