A Selection of 35 Food Blogs with Creative, Clever, Catchy, Quirky and Unique Names

If you’re trying to learn about blog naming to figure out what makes a good name, you should pick up lots of insights from the following list of food blog names.

On top of listing good examples of meaningful and memorable names, there are also a handful of names that don’t quite work.

  1. Inspired Edibles – Can’t fault this – makes you want to take a peek.
  2. Smitten Kitchen – Awesome – Rhymes and alliterations automatically give names an edge.
  3. Pinch My Salt – Very nice indeed. Try to emulate the genius in this name if you can.
  4. Picky Palate – Good name – nothing more nothing less.
  5. Bread and Beta – This has the makings of a catchy name, but somehow it’s not as perfect as it could be.
  6. Communal Table – A suitable two word compound for a food blog – try to make one of these up if you can.
  7. Accidental Epicurean – If you’ve got a way with words, this is a creative way to let your audience know you’re a foodie.
  8. Feeding My Tribe – Makes you want to know how many this blogger has to feed in her family.
  9. Food Blogga – Not sure what to make of this – some people will like it, others not so much.
  10. A Spoonful of Sugar – The double S’s make this an even sweeter name.
  11. Insanewiches – You can see the intention but the blend doesn’t produce a good result. Just too much of a mouthful.
  12. Always Crave Cute – All it takes is one word to make the connection with food.
  13. A Dash of Sass – Use a cooking related term for subtlety – it can be a dash, a sprinkling or whatever takes you fancy.
  14. Cupcakes Take The Cake – If you don’t mind a long name, you can give yourself a lot more room to be expressive.
  15. Chocolate & Zucchini – Not the first combination that jumps to mind, but after seeing this name, it makes you wonder.
  16. Blogging Over Thyme – Good puns normally make great names. Just don’t force it too much and try to keep it meaningful.
  17. Back to the Basics – This is a popular phrase but the name could refer to a lot of topics so it’s not a super fab name.
  18. Lick The Bowl Good – How can you not like this? Well, only if you don’t like names that are too long.
  19. About Foood – This looks more unique than it sounds. Leaves you in no doubt as to what the blog is about.
  20. Hangry Pants – If possible, try to keep it simple. This name obviously tries to be creative but it doesn’t quite come off.
  21. Taste and Tell – Brilliant. 3 words but still only 3 syllables and yet it’s full of meaning.
  22. The Parsley Thief – This will stop and make people take notice of it. Quirky names are great when you can pull it off.
  23. Dude you going to eat that? – Catchy but quite a challenge to type the full name.
  24. Lovin’ from the Oven – Food blogs that don’t use the word food in their names are normally much better.
  25. Cookbook Love – Not spectacular but not bad either. If fact, it’s pretty okay.
  26. Art of Cooking – An example of a nice and simple name that gets straight to the point.
  27. Delicious Days – If in doubt, use two alliterative words, especially if one of them makes you salivate.
  28. Yumzup – One of the best uniquely made up words for a food blog.
  29. How To Cook That – Cook what? A name that catches your audience’s attention and makes them want to know more is a winner.
  30. Healthy Tipping Point – Descriptive names can be a bit boring but they get the message across.
  31. Food for Thought – Popular phrases that are relevant will always work, but there may be others who are already using it.
  32. Picnic Basket On The Run! – Instantly had me imagining a picnic basket with legs doing a runner. Amusing.
  33. My Kitchen In Half Cups – Quirky names will appeal to a certain type of audience. This name stands out.
  34. Peanut Butter & Jargon – Truly unique. Most people who come across this should remember it.
  35. Just Home Made – Nice. Not too pretentious or clever. Just classically elegant.

Feeling inspired but hungry now? Go get a bite and then sit down to come up with your blog’s name.

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