This list has 25 best cooking channels on YouTube which we bet every food lovers — vegetarian or non-vegetarian — will love to subscribe in 2021.
1. Hot for food
Lauren Toyota is hot for food… as long as it’s vegan! She’s breaking all the misconceptions of what it means to be vegan one drool-worthy recipe at a time. NEW VIDEOS every Wednesday!
Cooking with Dog is a YouTube cooking show featured by a canine host Francis and a mysterious Japanese Chef whose real name is not disclosed. While Chef cooks a variety of popular dishes in Japan, Francis calmly sits next to her and narrates the recipes step-by-step in English. He sometimes gets sleepy and closes his eyes but don’t worry, you will still hear his voice. The show started in September, 2007. Now it has more than 280 episodes and currently publishes a video every weekend. Enjoy Chef’s authentic Japanese cooking skills and Francis’ exotic Japanese accent.
Started by a group of friends in London, SORTEDfood has grown into a global online food community that turns chefs’ knowledge into useful tips and tricks to help ‘normals’ cook better and spend less every week.
With a focus on simple, delicious food, Caitlin’s channel is dedicated to creating recipes that are not only tasty but also low-cost.
Binging with Babish is the realization of a young(ish) man’s dream to combine his love of film and cooking, and to have some fun in the process. Join us each week as we recreate the foods you’ve always wanted to try in movies and television – and if you’re not careful, you just might learn a thing or two.
At Food52, our mission is to inspire people to eat thoughtfully and live joyfully. Started by Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, Food52 was named 2012 Publication of the Year by the James Beard Foundation and won Best Culinary Website at the 2013 & 2014 IACP awards.
7. NYT Cooking
All the food that’s fit to eat (yes, it’s an official New York Times production).
Anna Reardon started her channel to house simple recipe videos, but once her following stretched into the thousands. Her latest speciality is debunking viral Instagram cooking videos, where she proves you can’t actually spin hot caramel on an egg beater without getting burned.
The official YouTube channel of all things Tasty, the world’s largest food network. From recipes, world-class talent, and top-of-the-line cookware, we help connect food lovers in every way they interact with food.
10. Joshua Weissman
Hi, I’m Josh and I make entertaining, exciting, and inspirational videos about food and cooking. I’m obsessive about bread, and I like to eat things that have a large quantity of butter in them. All I want is to entertain and excite YOU about food, and maybe inspire you to go cook something yourself.
I’ve been working as a bartender for close to 20 years and for the last 6 years I have been operating a mobile cocktail bar for events. I now focus my time sharing easy to follow cocktail tutorials on YouTube, running a barware store online and distilling gin for my new company, Threefold Distilling.
12. Peaceful Cuisine
This is a peaceful cooking channel of Ryoya Takashima.
13. Serious Eats
Serious Eats is a website focused on celebrating and sharing food enthusiasm through blogs and online community. Our unique combination of community and content brings together the distinctive voices of food bloggers, compelling original and acquired food video, and spirited, inclusive, conversations about all things food- and drink-related.
14. Everyday Food
Looking for the best ways to make fast, delicious food at home? How about a variety of healthy dinner options for you and your family? Are you searching for holiday and entertaining sweets? Or, have a kitchen dilemma that we can help you with? We’ve got you covered with a subscription to the Martha Stewart Living Everyday Food channel.
As a James-Beard award winning chef, bestselling cookbook author, and founder of Serious Eats, Kenji Lopez-Alt takes a scientific approach to cooking in his many popular YouTube videos.
MUNCHIES is a website and digital video channel from VICE dedicated to food and its global purpose. Launched in 2014, MUNCHIES offers groundbreaking content from a youth driven perspective. In today’s modern world, the formerly tangible pleasures of music, film, and emerging media are just one click away.
17. Food Wishes
Chef John’s Food Wishes is my personal favorite YouTube channel about cooking. Not only does he have years of experience with cooking, but he’s a hilariously quirky man.
18. Bon Appétit
Bon Appétit is a highly opinionated food brand that wants everyone to love cooking and eating as much as we do. We believe in seasonal produce, properly salted pasta water, and developing recipes that anyone can make at home.
19. Get Curried
Get Curried – The World On Your Plate. Get Curried brings to you food from around the world that you can cook at the comfort of your kitchen. So you can skip a trip to your favorite restaurant and prepare a sumptuous spread for your loved ones with Get Curried’s wide range of International recipes.
This channel is dedicated to helping you achieve success with your weight loss and fitness goals. Tips and fitness advices and techniques for proper eating habits and exercise are presented weekly.
Eat well, live better. I’m dishing out delicious new videos every Monday and Thursday. The Domestic Geek is hosted by Sara Lynn Cauchon.
22. Pick Up Limes
Get inspired or find a calm and relaxing space with the collection of videos that help to nourish the cells and the soul.
The perfect channel for anyone hoping to start a vegan diet, the recipes created here are simple, beautiful, and plant-based.
Since I was young, I have been in the kitchen. I have always loved creating recipes, playing with ingredients and making food that is not only good for you but tastes good too. My philosophy when it comes to food is that every time you eat you have the opportunity to nourish your body.
25. Donal Skehan
This adorable Irish chef cooks up dishes that might look complicated, but they’re pretty easy to make once you’ve had some practice.