10 Amazing Bakers You Need to Follow on Instagram Right Now
If you’re looking for baking inspo, your search ends here.
STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING. Whatever it is, it can wait.
The most important thing on your to-do list now is to follow these 10 incredible bakers on Instagram.
Seriously—they’re gonna change your life.
1. Tessa Huff (@stylesweetdaily)
Tessa Huff, the brains behind the charming blog Style Sweet Daily, is a cookbook author, photographer, and recipe developer. The only thing I can say about her feed is that it’s absolutely lovely. Seriously, just scrolling through her posts will make your day at least 10 percent brighter. That’s a scientific fact.
2. Claire Ptak (@violetcakeslondon)
London-based pastry chef Claire Ptak baked Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding cake last year. Enough said.
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3. Molly Yeh (@mollyyeh)
Molly Yeh, who recently moved from Brooklyn to a farm on the North Dakota-Minnesota border, makes sweet (and delicious looking) goodies you can recreate at home. She also wrote this charming cookbook, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Follow here here.
4. Frank Adrian Barron (@cakeboyparis)
Frank Adrian Barron’s feed is half beautiful cakes/half love letter to Paris. His gorgeous Instagram account is an absolute must-follow for Francophiles.
Follow him here.
5. Joy Wilson (@joythebaker)
Joy Wilson, who teaches baking classes in New Orleans, is a personal favorite. The author of three cookbooks and a popular blog, Wilson clearly knows her stuff. The success hasn’t changed her, though—her posts are still as fun and quirky as they were when she started.
6. Cedric Grolet (@cedricgrolet)
Cedric Grolet is no joke. This guy was named the World’s Best Pastry Chef last year, so it’s safe to say he’s a pretty big deal. More works of art than desserts, his creations will make your mouth water.
Follow him here.
7. Jo Harrison (@jojoromancer)
Pie lovers, this one’s for you! Jo Harrison is on a mission to bake the perfect pie—and if you ask us, she’s gotten pretty darn close. Harrison hasn’t posted in a while, but her feed is definitely worth a good old fashioned scroll through.
8. Thalia Ho (@thaliaho)
Unlike almost everyone else on this list, Thalia Ho gravitates toward muted brown color tones. Her rich dark chocolates and toasted meringues are, strangely, a breath of fresh air in a world of bright pink cupcakes. She also runs the classy as heck blog Butter & Brioche.
9. Kristin Rosenau (@pastryaffair)
Kristin Rosenau makes gorgeous desserts all year long, but her Christmas cookies are really where it’s at. Her feed is like a winter wonderland, and we are here for it.
10. Aimee Twigger (@twiggstudios)
Like Thalia Ho, Aimee Twigger doesn’t play by Instagram’s colorful rules. Her feed is dark, moody, and oh so delicious-looking.