10 Best Australian Dessert Blogs and Websites in 2024

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Australian Dessert Blogs

Here are 10 Best Australian Dessert Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. How To Cook That

How To Cook That It How To Cook That covers cake, chocolate, dessert, and macaron recipes, by Ann Reardon, a food scientist, and dietitian who likes to cook ridiculously unhealthy desserts. Read my blog to join me as I get creative with desserts & debunk viral food myths.
Blog howtocookthat.net
Facebook Followers 346.2KTwitter Followers 19.6KInstagram Followers 183.4K Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Mar 2011 Domain Authority 54 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. Sugar et al

Sugar et al Because Life is a blend of flavours...I am Sonali and Sugar et al. is a place where I share my passion for food (mainly sweet), photography, colors and all things beautiful and creative. Sweet food is celebrated here and quick, simple, savoury cooking is encouraged. We want to reserve our time and calories for the naughty treats.
Blog sugaretal.com
Facebook Followers 4.7KTwitter Followers 21Instagram Followers 108K Frequency 1 post / month Since Nov 2013 Domain Authority 44 Get Email Contact

3. Butter and Brioche

Butter and Brioche A blog featuring decadent, honest and traditional recipes, in particular, those of french baking. The blog features a collection of sweet recipes that weave tales of truth, of happiness, and love.
Blog butterandbrioche.com
Facebook Followers 8.2KInstagram Followers 112.9K Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Jul 2014 Domain Authority 44 Get Email Contact

4. Create Bake Make | Sweet

Create Bake Make | Sweet Baking my way through Motherhood. Hi I'm Lauren! I'm a Mum to three gorgeous boys, keen home baker, planner addict and lover of all things creative.
Blog createbakemake.com
Facebook Followers 229.2KTwitter Followers 840Instagram Followers 23.6K Frequency 1 post / quarter Since Sep 2013 Domain Authority 43 Get Email Contact

5. Wholefood Simply | Sweets & Snacks

Wholefood Simply | Sweets & Snacks Hello and welcome! I'm Bianca, a Mum of three precious little people and the creator of many simple and delicious things! Wholefood Simply is a space where I share the quick and easy recipes that my family and friends enjoy. My passion is to recreate traditional treats and sweets to suit my whole food ways. I keep my ingredients and methods simple without compromising on taste.
Blog wholefoodsimply.com
Facebook Followers 227.5KTwitter Followers 117Instagram Followers 64.5K Frequency 14 posts / year Domain Authority 42 Get Email Contact

6. Sweetest Kitchen

Sweetest Kitchen A collection of delicious recipes and photos straight from my kitchen, which is, indeed, very sweet! If you love baking everything that's sweet, or are simply looking for something delicious to make, you'll find the perfect recipe here! Welcome, and enjoy!
Blog sweetestkitchen.com
Facebook Followers 3.3KTwitter Followers 383Instagram Followers 41 Since May 2008 Domain Authority 43 Get Email Contact

7. Leave Room for Dessert

Leave Room for Dessert A Sydney based cooking, baking and eating blogthay includes savoury food, cooking adventures, cake, biscuits and deserts.
Blog leaveroomfordessert.com
Since Feb 2009 Domain Authority 24 Get Email Contact

8. The Hungry Mum

The Hungry Mum A Sydney-based mum with a passion for writing, cooking and eating sweet things, savoury things, crunchy and hot exotic things .
Blog thehungrymum.com
Facebook Followers 399Twitter Followers 2.4K Since Jan 2012 Domain Authority 21 Get Email Contact

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