4 Colorado Food Bloggers we Adore
Preheat your oven and prepare to indulge in recipes from our favorite Colorado food bloggers
Half Baked Harvest
Tieghan Gerard, the face and brains behind Half Baked Harvest, hails from idyllic Summit County. Each recipe on her blog was inspired by the people and places she adores most. Being from a large family, mealtime was chaotic. Gerard started cooking for her family but soon found it to be her passion. Now, three books later, Gerard’s recipes are enjoyed throughout Colorado and the world.
Honey Whipped Ricotta and Prosciutto Crackers
Butternut Squash and Apple Pizza
Baked Buttermilk Pumpkin Doughnuts With Hot Cocoa Glaze
Nicole Hampton’s high-altitude baking blog is a Colorado favorite. She posts delicious baked goods recipes on her website and aesthetically pleasing Instagram account each week.
Her newest book High-Altitude Breakfast: Sweet & Savory Baking at 5000 Feet and Above, breaks down the essential tools and ingredients for the at-home baker. Readers will find over 80 classic and modern breakfast recipes.
Run by a certified nutrition coach, Boulder Locavore boasts an array of recipes that suit all lifestyles. Toni Dash’s goal is to make your life easier in the kitchen by way of delicious, seasonal recipes that don’t take long to complete. Each recipe is personally developed and quality tested.
In addition to Boulder Locavore, Dash runs Make It Skinny Please, which offers classic recipes with low-calorie substitutions.
The Curious Plate
Lauren Grier is on a mission to empower individuals to be curious. Her blog, The Curious plate, reflects life lessons she’s learned through travel and experiences. Grier’s first cookbook Modern Comfort Cooking: Feel-Good Favorites Made Fresh and New, connects the past with the present.
Grier is also the co-founder of Fresh Air Retreat, an intimate retreat connecting expert food bloggers and influencers with brands.