5 Youtube Channels about Cooking To Check Out

5 Youtube Channels about Cooking To Check Out

  • 27 May 2020
Here’s our pick of some of the best Youtube channels about food and cooking. Whether you want a hands-on recipe demonstration from a professional chef, cooking tips, recipe inspiration or just some delicious entertainment to watch under lockdown, here are 5 channels worth checking out.

Food Tube

Food Tube is Jamie Olivers’ cooking channel where you can watch him give expert cooking advice and tutorials with a fun atmosphere. Some of the most-watched recipes on this channel include Homemade Pizza, Egg fried rice and The Perfect Steak.

There are also cooking videos for kids led by his son Buddy Oliver who shows off some of his favourite recipes that his Dad has taught him over the years, like pancakes and spaghetti bolognese.

Binging with Babish

This channel combines the host Rea’s love of films and cooking. He creates foods from movies and TV shows, like Krabby Patty from Spongebob Squarepants, Strudel from Inglourious Basterds and various foods from Game of Thrones.

Basics with Babish are more general videos about cooking styles and techniques, and how to make everyday foods like gnocchi or sourdough.


Tasty is the worlds largest food network and has the biggest following of all cooking related Youtube channel. They are famous for their over the top eye-catching recipes and viral videos, filmed close up showing cooking process, like this 100 Layer Lasagne.

They have a wide variety of types of videos on their channel, like how to make the perfect choc chip cookies, 3-ingredient recipes. internet food challenges to cooking basics to extremely complex recipes.

Pro Home Cooks

This channel is for home cooks comfortable in the kitchen who want to level up their home cooking. Lately a lot of the videos have been focussed on sourdough, like how to make a sourdough starter, baking sourdough without equipment and 15 mistakes beginner sourdough bakers make.


Epicurious is a popular channel with daily kitchen tips, fun cooking videos, and many types of recipes. The most popular video series on their channel is 4 Levels, where three different chefs at different skill levels make their versions of everyday foods, like pancakes, potato salad, and hamburgers. A food scientist discusses the different methods afterwards for the fourth level.

In another series, Pro chef vs Home cook, an expert chef and home cook swap recipes and ingredients. The chef then tries to make the cheaper, simpler meal more gourmet and the home cook attempts to make the chef's expensive and difficult recipe.