Need a food WordPress theme? If you’re a food blogger, chef, food critic or just a lover of good food wanting to build a cooking and food blog, food magazine website or restaurant review site, these beautiful food oriented WordPress themes will help. Many of these themes include food and recipe specific features required in a food website such as inbuilt recipe and ingredients post templates, menu templates and recipe plugin support. They also have clean designs, picture galleries and space for large pictures / video in your posts to showcase your tasty food creations.
Below is a collection of 10+ premium and free food WordPress themes that will make your hungry and inspire you to start blogging about food. Bon appétit!
A premium WordPress blogging theme from MintThemes designed for food and cooking blogs. The premium theme is ideal for food enthusiasts, chefs, food critics, and others wanting to blog about food or showcase their latest creations. Foodie has huge post images and video embeds to easily share and showcase your beautiful food pictures and videos. It also has a custom recipe and ingredients builder where you can just enter the ingredients and amounts to automatically create a beautiful recipe list in your blog post. The Foodie theme is perfect for food bloggers, but numerous inbuilt customizations options mean the attractive theme could be used for anything.
Example blog post showing the recipe and ingredients list, with video option
A stylish magazine WordPress child theme that runs on the Genesis theme framework from StudioPress. It is available in the Community Marketplace at StudioPress. The premium theme highlights your content and has a beautiful, clean and fresh design ideal for a food blog or food magazine website. It has a mobile responsive layout meaning it will automatically adapt its design to any screen size and device to look great on iPads, iPhones and all other mobiles devices. Innov8ive has 3 colour schemes, 6 post / page layout options, custom header, menus and background options, featured slider, theme options panel and more.
A food magazine WordPress theme from ColorLabs designed for food bloggers, food lovers, restaurant reviewers, and others wishing to build a magazine website about food. The premium theme includes a mega navigation menu which allows you to include images, descriptions etc, a featured slider for your recipes, custom search box, 5 single post layout options, featured video box, theme options panel with colour picker to create your own custom colour schemes and more.
A food magazine WordPress theme designed for food bloggers and food websites. The magazine style theme from Magazine3 could also be used for any other type of magazine website. Features include automatic thumbnails, featured slider, integrated advertising placements (optional), WordPress menus, custom widgets, theme control panel and more.
A chic food business WordPress theme from BluChic designed for cupcake, bakery and other food business websites. The premium theme has a responsive layout to automatically adjust to mobile and tablet views, theme settings options panel, custom widgets and shortcodes, and 2 colour schemes: pink and blue.
A premium WordPress blog theme from Obox designed for food, cooking, clothes, craft and art websites. The theme includes a unique custom homepage layout, beautiful gallery template with pop-up images, advanced theme framework options, typography manager, custom page templates and more.
The theme has an elegant layout and design with specific features making it ideally suited for food blogs, restaurants, cafe’s, coffee and tea shops or other businesses within the food related industry. Features include a food and drink menu template, multiple homepage layout options, custom background and colour options, and a variety of other theme options.
A premium WordPress theme from ColorLabsProject designed specifically for food and recipe bloggers. The theme includes 3 built-in colour skins, banner ad management, theme administration panel and more.
A premium WordPress theme from Theme Fuse designed for restaurant, cafe or coffee shop websites. Alternatively is can also be used for pastry, catering, food blogs or recipe portal sites. Features include custom menu and recipe pages, auto thumbnails, theme admin options page and more.
A premium WordPress theme from Clover Themes designed for restaurant, cafe, cooking and other food and beverage websites. Features include a custom homepage layout with featured slider and featured posts section, 3 menu listing templates, 2 blog templates, theme options panel and more.
Yum Blog is a delicious food blog WordPress theme designed for food bloggers to share their favourite recipes and record their culinary experiences. The premium theme from UpThemes is integrated with the Recipe Schema plugin that lets you import and create new recipes and add them to your posts. The recipes are displayed in a nice recipe card layout and has a custom print style so printed recipes look like a real recipe card. Some of the other features include custom fonts, 3 seasonal colour schemes, custom author archives, easy Google search results page recipe optimization, custom layout options and a fully responsive design so your site will work perfectly and look tasty on mobile devices.
Petit is a WordPress theme for food and recipe websites, although it’s also versatile enough to be used for a variety of other blog and magazine style sites. The premium theme from WPZOOM has a nice organic colour scheme ideal for food blogs and has a fully responsive design so the layout will automatically adapt to fit on any screen resolution on desktop and mobile devices (iPhone, iPad etc).
The theme has a magazine style homepage design so it will stand out from all the other food bloggers with its big featured recipe slider as well as a vertical carousel slider under that. Besides numerous built-in shortcodes it has two custom shortcodes specifically for recipes: Ingredients and Directions. This allows you to quickly and easily create nicely styled sections for ingredients and directions in your recipe posts. Another interesting aspect of this theme is the fact it does not use custom post types for recipes like many other food WordPress themes, but rather uses just a standard post. This allows people with existing food and recipe websites to easily switch to this theme (or another theme later) and not have any hassle losing your content. However there is still an option that allows you to let the theme know which of your posts are recipes, and which are traditional blog posts.
Recipe Post Example
Showing the ingredients and directions sections (shortcodes), recipe ratings, and Instagram photos widget.