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You’ve mastered cooking and baking, you’ve created a bunch of recipes, and you’ve even shot some fantastic photos of your creations. Now, you just need a place on the web to share your delicious foods for everyone to enjoy and share. Oh, and it wouldn’t hurt that you can make money doing this.

So, you decide to start a food blog. But what about the perfect name?!

I get it. Naming a blog can be daunting. There are hundreds if not thousands of aspiring bloggers who want to get started—but just can’t find that perfect name.

When I started my blog, I chose the worst name on the planet. You wouldn’t guess the awful thread of words I selected. But despite the terrible branding choice, I decided to start. And that’s what matters.

Today, I’m in love with my blog’s name, The Pay at Home Parent. And I’ve learned some of the do’s and don’ts of creating that perfect name for a blog.

I decided to share the best food blog name ideas so that you don’t have to let choosing a name hold you back any longer. You can either pick one of these as it is from the list, or use it as inspiration for a name. But if it’s available and you love it, make sure to snag it fast, or it could be gone the next time you check!

100 of the Best Names for a Food Blog (Under $9 Per Year)

At the time of this writing, each one of these names for food bloggers is available for less than $9 per year on Namecheap. You can register your favorite one within minutes!

  1. The Bread Recipes
  2. The Beautiful Kitchen
  3. Step Into My Kitchen
  4. To Bake or Not to Bake
  5. Cream of The Cook
  6. Bake Like You Mean It
  7. The Bar Stool Babe
  8. Recipes Made for Me
  9. Can You Bake It?
  10. The Baker of [Your City]
  11. Sure Fine Cuisine
  12. Find the Chef in You
  13. Bake Like a Cake
  14. Beat Like an Egg
  15. Baste Taste
  16. Baste in Haste
  17. Tastefully Basted
  18. We Beat You Cheat
  19. Whisk and Beat
  20. Caramelized Surprise
  21. Vegetable Chop Shop
  22. Seemingly Creamy
  23. Cream Theme
  24. Creamy Steamy
  25. Food N Cube
  26. Dice Something Nice
  27. Dice of Something Nice
  28. Dice N Rice
  29. Dollop on Top
  30. Pledge to Dredge
  31. Drizzles N Pours
  32. Downpours N Drizzles
  33. Left in the Dust
  34. The Perfect Filet
  35. The Perfect Fillet
  36. Hooray Flambe
  37. Stay for Flambe
  38. Roll N Fold
  39. Gaze and Glaze
  40. Glaze and Gaze
  41. Grate to great
  42. Grated Greatness
  43. We Grate You Wait
  44. Greased Like a Pig
  45. Police the Grease
  46. Knead Need
  47. Knead Queen
  48. Marinate and Wait
  49. Of Mince and Men
  50. The Mince Prince
  1. Perfect Pan Fry
  2. Poach Coach
  3. Pinch is a Cinch
  4. Puree Your Way
  5. Puree it Your Way
  6. The Way is Puree
  7. Knead for Speed
  8. Toasted and Roasted
  9. Roast then Toast
  10. Mostly Roasted
  11. Saute it Your Way
  12. Sauteed Our Way
  13. Beer N Sear
  14. Sear N Beer
  15. Bread N Shred
  16. Shred N Fed
  17. Simmer Glimmer
  18. Skim N Trim
  19. Rice N Slice
  20. A Smidgen Will Do
  21. Our Theme is Steam
  22. Steam to Perfection
  23. Steep Deep
  24. Our Crew Stews
  25. A Whip Tip
  26. Zest in Jest
  27. The Best Zest
  28. Stir N Cure
  29. Primadonna of The Kitchen
  30. Bread and Butter Bay
  31. I Dream of Creamy
  32. Pumpkin Spice Kitchen
  33. Singing While I Strain
  34. Who Made the Gravy
  35. How Does She Cook
  36. How Does She Bake
  37. She Cooks for Me
  38. Shake and Dice
  39. Whip It Up for Dinner
  40. The Dinner She Wrote
  41. Until Dinner Time
  42. Groovin’ in The Kitchen
  43. Cool Oven Breeze
  44. Stews and Loaves
  45. Give Me The Flour
  46. Pass The Sweets
  47. A Penny A Loaf
  48. A Penny for Your Recipe
  49. Turn Up The Baste
  50. A Dish and A Spoon

Related: 100 Health And Wellness Or Fitness Blog Name Ideas For Under $9

5 Tips to Choose a Blog Name for Food Topics

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You’ve probably stumbled across some of the perfect food blog names only to find that they are claimed. That’s OK! You can still use those names as inspiration for your blog’s name.

1. Add, Remove, or Change a Word

Even if a name is taken, it’s possible to change up the wording just enough to make it unique. You’ll want to change more than adding an “s,” however. For example, it wouldn’t be good practice to choose the blog name “Recipes for the Foodies” if someone already claimed the name, “Recipes for the Foodie.” Most importantly, you can check to see if a phrase is trademarked before choosing it. That way, you won’t run into any legal issues down the road.

Plus, if your food blog’s name is too close to a competitor’s, it might be hard for your readers to differentiate the two or find you at all.

In a case like this, you could use the other blog’s name as inspiration, but make it your own. Try something like, “Food for the Foodie” or “The Food Loving Foodie.” While a blogger can claim copyrights for a particular phrase, she can’t copyright common words like “food” or “foodie.” You can simply pair them with other words to come up with the perfect food blog name.

2. Use a Domain Name Generator

When you find a food blogger with a catchy name, you can plug it into a domain name generator to get similar ideas. Play with Namecheap’s domain name generator to find one that you love. You can sort by price, category, availability, and more. Plus, Namecheap is a great place to purchase cheap food blog domains.

3. Use Keywords

When you know what keywords your future audience will type into Google to find your content, you can plan ahead and write the topics that they will love. It’s not necessary but it can be helpful to use keywords in your blog’s name. If you’re starting a blog without knowing what keyword research is (or how to do it), consider reading my eBook called Get Your Keywords Together. The strategies that I teach will help you find the keywords that will bring readers to your blog in droves.

Get Your Keywords Together Mobile Ebook Cover

4. Use Your Name

If you plan to keep your recipes associated with your name forever (and you don’t plan to sell your blog), then consider using your name for your food blog. You can still get creative with the name, and you’ll run into far fewer names that have already been claimed this way.

For example, you can use “Jane’s Delicious Recipes” or “Jane Doe’s Delicious Recipes.” You can use your first name, last name, and even include your middle name. This way, you can focus the branding around YOU.

5. Don’t Limit Yourself to a .com

Food blogging names can be more catchy and memorable if you end your domain name with an extension like .recipes, .cooking, or .food. For example, instead of a domain name like, you could shorten it and use JanesDelicious.Recipes.

Using .com at the end of your URL is popular, but it’s not the only way to go. You will open up an endless list of names for a food blog if you consider a different extension.

Related: 31 Of The Best Resources For Bloggers To Help You Make More Money

Said “Yes” to The Name? Now Start Your Food Blog

Don’t let choosing a name for your food blog slow you down. Now that you’ve said “yes” to the name, follow this tutorial to start your blog on WordPress for less than $2.75 per month. The sooner you get your awesome recipes, tutorials, and tips online, the sooner you can make money for your efforts.

Are you ready to snag the best name for a food blog? Choose one and make it your own!

Food Blog Name Ideas

For more than 10 years I've been researching, testing, and sharing work from home opportunities with fellow introverts.I created The Pay At Home Parent in February of 2018 to help you be a successful home-based business owner, blogger or side hustler.As a wife, mom and frugal homemaker, I make a full-time income on a part-time work schedule and I know that you can too!

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