Spanish and Latin Food Blogs

Here is a list of some of my favorite Spanish and Latin food blogs. I am very inspired by these bloggers and can relate to their passion for food and their food-related stories. The authors of these blogs are people who I wouldn’t mind having a cup of coffee with (or a glass of wine, margarita, mojito, capirinha, pisco sour, etc), while we talk about food. Most of these blogs are written in English, I’ve pointed out the ones that are in Spanish or Portuguese – I highly recommend checking them out, even if you don’t understand the language, you will still be able to appreciate the photos. This is by no means a comprehensive list; the blogs included here are some that have been around for a while, as well as some new ones that I have recently discovered. I would love to keep adding more Latin American and Spanish food blogs to this list. Suggestions are welcome.

Aromas y Sabores: Heidi is a Mexican expat living abroad, currently in Macau. A former chef, she currently teaches cooking classes. I love her photos! In addition, I recently found out that we’re both married to French men. Though, I’m slightly jealous that hers is a pastry chef. Check out her flan tequila recipe.







Aunt Clara’s Kitchen – Dominican Cooking: Written by Aunt Clara and Aunt Ilana, from the Dominican Republic. Their pollo guisado or braised chicken looks so comforting!








A Freir Pimientos : Mainly in Spanish, but some recipes are also in English. Written by Pablo in Spain. Check out this Guisado de albondigas con pollo recipe  or the Sopa de calabaza, boniato y jengibre








BAs Cooking  – Written by Sylvia in Buenos Aires. Each post is available in English, Spanish and Portuguse. The photography is beautiful. Check out her chiminichurri  and her churros and hot vanilla scented chocolate







Bocados Dulces y Salados: In Spanish. Written by Rosa in Navarra, Spain. Her blog features many yummy desserts, but also some savory dishes. Try her dulce de leche cake







Colores, Sabores, Olores: Written by Lubomira or ChoCorrol. Originally from Slovakia, her husband is from Mexico. Her recipes are very warm and inviting, check out this flan de elote or corn flan.







From Argentina with Love: Written by Rebecca, living in Denver, her husband is from Argentina. Her blog not only feature delicious Argentinean recipes, but also stories that give you a glimpse into life in Argentina. Her dulce de leche donuts and her empanada section.







Hungry Sofia: Written by Ana Sofia, living in New York and of Cuban descent. Her beautiful recipes explore many different regions of Latin America. Try her recipe for templeque or coconut custard.







La Cocina de Leslie: Written by Leslie, originally from South California, but currently living close to Guadalajara. Check out her refreshing agua de tamarindo and her breakfast enchiladas.







L’Exquisit: In Spanish. Written by Sonia, originally from Spain but living in Holland. Delicious photos and tempting recipes. Check out her scallops in a creamy saffron sauce  or this refreshing mango cream.








Love Food: In Spanish. Written by Ana in Spain. Another Spanish food blog with amazing photos and great recipes. Her merluza en salsa verde looks absolutely mouthwatering.







Muy Bueno Cookbook : Written by Veronica, Vangie & Yvette, from El Paso, Texas. Their recipes are inspired by their grandmother Jesusita. Check out the Molotes or Oaxacan Masa Empanadas and the blood orange mezcal margarita.







My Colombian Recipes : Written by Erica, living in the US, but originally from Colombia. Her blog is inspired by her grandmother Mamita. One of my favorite Colombian dishes is bandeja paisa, she has a great recipe for this dish. Also, try her Colombian empanadas made with corn meal.






Nibbles & Feasts: Written by Ericka, from Mexico and currently living in LA. Try her horchata cupcakes or her potato and cotija cheese patties







Peru Delights: Written by a mother and daughter team living in the US, but originally from Peru. Check out their chicken anticuchos or their rocotos rellenos







Platanos, Mangoes and Me : Written by Norma in New York, she is a personal chef with a varied Latin heritage. Her dishes reflect this heritage and include recipes from Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Spain and more. Check out her Sancocho Venezolano  and her Puerto Rican beef stew







Provecho Peru: Written by Gretchen, an American living in Peru and married to a Peruvian. I originally “met” her a few years ago through her previous blog (Canela y Comino).  There are so many similarities between Ecuadorian and Peruvian food – especially the Andean recipes, that I always see something that makes me homesick, like this estofado de pollo or chicken stew . Gretchen is also a great baker and incorporates a Peruvian twist into the goodies she bakes, check out her Pisco Sour cupcakes.






Rustica : In Spanish. Written by Mayte, who is from Mexico. The photos on this site are simply beautiful, her recipes are mouthwatering. Try her Croquetas de Platano Macho y Camaron







Sabores de Canela: In Portuguese. Written by Helena in Sao Paulo, this blog features beautiful photos and makes me want to learn Portuguese. Check out her Queijo Fresco recipe  and her chicken empadas







Spicie Foodie: Nancy is a Mexican expat living in Europe. Try her recipe for Cochinita Pibil or her black sesame polvorones.








Sweet Life: Written by Vianney in Texas. Her site has delicious Tex-Mex recipes and some great Margarita recipes. Check out her grapefruit margarita  and Chicharron en Salsa Verde








Tengo un Horno y Se Como Usarlo : In Spanish. Beautiful photography and recipes by Macu, who lives Mallorca. Try her arroz con leche ice-cream recipe  or her melon gazpacho with prawns







The Mija Chronicles : Written by Lesley, a culinary guide and food writer based in Mexico City. The site includes recipes as well as recommendations for places to eat in Mexico’s capital. Try her recipes for migas with red peppers and peas







The Other Side of the Tortilla: Written by Maura in Chicago, her husband is from Mexico. Try her atole de fresa or strawberry corn drink and her homemade chorizo.








For more food blogs that I follow, check out my main blogroll.