Hi friends! Just wanted to pass along a great opportunity for all of my fellow healthy food bloggers out there! As you know, I’m the R.D., and now also Food & Nutrition Editor slash Huff Po Blogger (!!!) at MyFitnessPal. Well, we’re recruiting a select number of top-notch healthy recipe contributors to share delicious dishes with our community to show them just how delicious healthy foods can be!
What we’re looking for:
- Experienced healthy food bloggers with solid photography skills.
- Your favorite, healthy recipes, old or new. It doesn’t matter if they’ve been published on your blog previously. A good recipe is a good recipe, am I right?
- Dishes that cater to a wide variety of dietary preferences such as gluten-free, vegan, paleo, flexitarian etc… Niche food bloggers welcome!
What you’ll get:
- Selected contributors will be able to submit recipes to be published in full on Hello Healthy, the MyFitnessPal blog––which attracts over 1 million monthly unique visitors and is still just a baby at only 9 months old.
- Beneath each recipe published, contributors will receive a 2-3 sentence bio with a headshot or logo as well as links to a personal blog/website and social media channels.
- Recipes published to the blog will be shared with our community via email and social media for increased exposure. Let me tell you, that’s a lot of people. Our Facebook page alone has nearly 1 million likes and our email list is a heck of a lot bigger than that.
We’ve experimented with some blogger-contributed recipes before and they’ve all been very happy with the exposure!
Want to apply? Fill out this form and our editorial team will be in touch if it’s a good fit. Feel free to share the link with your healthy food blogger friends and spread the word via social media using the links below!
Have a great start to your weekend!
PS. For those of you following my marathon training adventures, I got a Friday morning off (!!!) because I’m running this half marathon tomorrow with my friend Erin and blogging buddy, Jacquelyn. That’s the good news. The bad news is the course is 13.1 miles long and about 3,000 feet of vertical. Let this be a lesson to you all––look at the course map before you sign up for a 13 mile trail run!