7 Healthy YouTube Cooking Channels You Should Be Watching

Coming up with healthy recipes can be daunting. Get inspired with these helpful videos.

YouTube Cooking Channels

Tons of healthy recipes, cooking techniques, and shopping tips are waiting to be discovered on YouTube. We rounded up some of our favorite channels to get you started.

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Fit Men Cook

Kevin Curry's motto is, "Our bodies are built in the kitchen; sculpted in the gym." After going through his own weight-loss journey, he started sharing tips and tricks for a healthy lifestyle. On his channel, you'll find smart meal prep videos, family dinner ideas, and even low-calorie cocktail recipes.

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How many times have you dreaded making your lunch for work, partly just because you're not able to come up with something that's going to be good and healthy? Well, this entire YouTube channel from Olga Bykina is chock-full of yummy ideas for your mid-day meal. She also has plenty of vegan recipes, alternative snacks, and guilt-free desserts.

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Cassey Ho is famous for her workout videos, but did you know she also features healthy and delicious recipes on her channel? The Cheap Clean Eats series features budget-friendly meals you can make at home, including cauliflower pizza, gluten-free granola, and pre- and post-workout smoothies. Bonus: Her kitchen is as bright and cheery as her personality.

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The Domestic Geek

Sara Lynn Cauchon's channel is packed with tons of snacks and dishes that will inspire you to put on your apron and get cooking, too. Her videos also have a cool twist: She shows you multiple ways to make a meal. In this stuffed peppers video, she shows how to make three versions: Italian-inspired, Mediterranean, and vegetarian. Yum.

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Deliciously Ella

Ella Woodward changed her diet in an attempt to manage the symptoms of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), and it worked. Now, she's sharing her self-taught recipes — all of which are plant-based, as well as gluten and refined sugar-free — on her popular channel. She also shares tips for breaking bad eating habits, as well as vlogs on what she eats throughout the day. (Because we're obviously all curious!)

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Green Kitchen Stories

Husband-and-wife team David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl have created a gorgeous YouTube channel that's devoted to the food they cook at home. Frenkiel is a magazine art director by day, so it's no surprise the cooking videos shot so artfully. On the couple's channel, you'll find simple vegetarian recipes that feature natural ingredients, whole grains, fruits, and veggies.

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Mind Over Munch

Host Alyssia Sheikh is a group fitness instructor and personal trainer, but maintains weight loss and muscle gain is mostly dependent on a healthy diet. Her channel features fun and quirky videos where she shares tips and figure-friendly recipes for yummy dishes. Need to whip up something in a hurry? Check out her Two Ingredient Takeover series.

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