Food bloggers need themes that will make their recipes and images stand out from the crowd. A great recipe is nothing without amazing pictures to accompany it. These ten themes will make recipes and their media look amazing for readers and search engines alike.
1. Foodie Pro
Foodie Pro is a fresh and minimalist theme built on the Genesis Framework. Foodie Pro has an abundance of advanced features that will make any food blogger ecstatic. The responsive theme includes three color palettes six layout options, HTML5 markup and a custom menu and header area. With its three-figure price tag, Foodie Pro is best suited for professional food bloggers, looking to take their website to the next level.
2. Food Blog
Food Blog is a responsive WordPress theme all about making food images look fantastic. The theme uses the Recipe Card plugin to power its recipe builder. Customization features include several typography options, shortcodes and an admin panel that makes it convenient to modify the entire theme from one place. Food Blog is also search engine friendly making it easy for readers to find all the great recipes.
Kale is a freemium, food blog theme, which offers amazing features in both the free and paid versions. Kale features include several homepages and blog page layouts, an author widget, space for ads and banners and integration of social networks. The minimalist theme is also fully responsive so that it will look good on all devices.
Neptune offers food bloggers everything they need to get their blog going right out of the box. Advanced features include nutritional information, printable grocery list and recipe list creator. Neptune also has several homepage layouts, header designs and feature slider options.
Talisa is described as a "food network with blogging capabilities." Meant for building a community around a recipe blog or website, readers can like, comment and share their favorite recipes. The theme also has a built-in image slider, free language translations and a grid layout that showcases the recipes, rating and images in the best light.
6. Sprout & Spoon
Spout & Spoon is a minimalist WordPress theme for food bloggers who crave simplicity and functionality. The theme has a custom recipe card generator, making recipes look amazing for readers to enjoy. Social media buttons are packaged with the theme as well as an Instagram feed widget perfect for showing off all the tasty recipes.
The Soledad theme is a responsive theme that focuses heavily on images and video. The theme provides several locations for publishing media, and it makes it easy to link to recipes throughout the site. Also, with the WooCommerce integration, Soledad theme makes building an affiliate or online store easy as pie and the bundled Visual Composer gives bloggers total control over site customization.
8. Delice Plus
Delice Plus is a fun theme great for recipe and crafting blogs. It has a spectacular design, with spirited fringe edges and a long homepage for looking amazing on all mobile devices. The rich snippets ensure recipes look terrific in the search engines, and the WooCommerce integration means selling products is a breeze.
FoodBlog is a responsive magazine-style theme for food bloggers. The theme has an abundance of features including integrated SEO options, built-in ad spaces, a slideshow and a drag-and-drop menu for easy customizations. With its social network integration, powerful admin panel and automated thumbnail resizing, FooBlog is easy for any blogger to make their own.
RecipePress is the theme for showcasing user submitted recipes. The theme is designed with the idea that anyone using it will be sharing and rating recipes. There are several homepage designs to customize the look of RecipePress, and the built-in rating system is fun and easy to use. Create and build community with this responsive food blogging theme.