The internet has no shortage of mouthwatering cooking channels. Hosted by your favorite celebrity chefs and self-taught food gurus, these cooking channels are sure to spark your inner creative cook. Now, grab your apron and tablet and press play on some of our favorite cooking YouTube channels.
No cooking channel roundup would be complete without mentioning Tasty by BuzzFeed. This popular cooking video series needs no introduction. Tasty’s overhead instructional food videos have dominated the internet for the past 2.5 years. Their quick “snack-sized” how-to videos feature visually-appealing dishes plus tons of cheese pulls and gooey chocolate. Tasty’s appincludes a Step-By-Step instruction mode that helps to you follow along the recipe at your own pace.
Binging with Babishis a cooking show dedicated to recreating delectable (and occasionally horrible) foods from movies, TV, and fiction. Andrew Rea recreates dishes like tamales from the movie Coco and Flanders’ Hot Chocolate from The Simpsons Movie. In a rush? Rea has you covered with his easy-to-follow recipes featured on his website.
Cooking with Dogis a cooking show hosted by Francis, a talking grey toy poodle, and a mysterious Japanese Chef whose real name is not disclosed. Chef cooks a variety of popular Japanese dishes while Francis narrates in English. Lauded for its simplicity and granular step-by-step approach, Cooking with Dog has accumulated over 1.3 million subscribers and has uploaded over 290 recipe videos. Although Francis is no longer in the kitchen, Chef continues to release episodes commemorating Francis with a stuffed toy poodle.
Byron Talbottis a culinary veteran that has worked at the Michelin-rated Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood and the LA Times award winning restaurant Bouchon Bistro. In his self-titled culinary YouTube channel, Talbott teaches you how to create delicious dishes such as his Short Rib Breakfast Hashand his Warm Chocolate Lava Cake.
BonAppetit’s YouTube channel features the latest food trends, dining destinations, hosting ideas, and of course, mouthwatering recipes! Follow along as Bon Appetit’s food editors recreate recipes, like Short Ribs with Crispy Garlic and Chile Oiland BA’s Best Shrimp Scamp, filmed straight from their test kitchen.
Laura in the Kitchenis an interactive cooking show hosted by Laura Vitale, a self-taught Italian chef with a passion for home cooking. In addition to uploading over 1,200 cooking videos, Laura also hosted her own cooking show, Simply Laura, on the Cooking Channel. Her most popular recipes include Nutella popsicles, bite-sized Croissants, and crispy Mozzarella Sticks.
Maangchiis lauded as YouTube’s Korean Julia Child. Maangchi, also known as Emily Kim, shows you how to prepare authentic Korean cuisine in your very own kitchen. Her videos feature Korea’s best dishes ranging from classics like Japchae (glass noodles stir-fried with vegetables) to more modern options like Crunchy Korean fried chicken. Bring Maangchi’s recipes home with her best-selling Korean cookbook, Maangchi’s Real Korean Cooking, which contains over 300 pages of never before seen recipes.