Last updated on Jan 6th, 2021 at 04:30 pm

We review Foodies of SA: The Most Viral Recipes Ever! It’s a collection of lekker-, local-, savoury- and sweet treats. Some recipes are extremely simple and others will wow you with their creativity…

Foodies of SA produces recipes and videos featuring local flavours as well as the latest international food trends. Based on the popularity of their videos, the most viral recipes were selected to be included in their cookbook. Created by Chantal Botha, Hayley Murison and Julie Brown, these recipes feature loads of creative ideas and hacks.

The recipes are easy to follow and are organised according to different categories. There are sure to be ideas in this cookbook that you haven’t seen before, and treats that you can’t wait to whip up! The bonus is that it’s all local, featuring ingredients and brands with which you are familiar, and which are easy to find.

We were lucky enough to feature two recipes from the Foodies of SA cookbook. Try your hand at them and let us know the results:

About the authors

Chantal Botha is a brand strategist and digital marketer with a passion for food and nutrition. She brainstorms and creates recipe ideas, manages the Foodies of SA social platforms and helps to bring the Foodies of SA brand to life.

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Julie Brown is a supermom who loves food, film-making and family. She has been producing video content and managing video teams for nearly ten years.

Hayley Murison is an avid foodie, a part-time artist and a full-time cake enthusiast! She has since been involved in just about every aspect of Foodies of SA since day one.

Buy it: If you love being creative in the kitchen and you are also a fan of time-saving hacks. Kids will love the super fun recipes too, whether they get directly involved in the cooking or simply enjoy the results.

Find it: At Woolworths stores or via large online retailers (Takealot, Loot).


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