How to Install Food Network on Firestick

Food Network on Firestick

Food Network is available on Amazon Firestick. You can install the channel directly on your Firestick from the Amazon App Store. With Food Network on Firestick, you can stream your favorite recipes from expert chefs on the big screen. Some famous shows include Restaurant Impossible, The Great Food Truck Race, Diners Drive-Ins, The Pioneer Woman, The Kitchen, Girl Meets Farm, etc. In addition, you can find expert chefs like Kardea Brown, Bobby Flay, Molly Yea, etc.

The official Food Network app is available on the Amazon Firestick App Store to install and stream. But it is a TV Everywhere app, so you will require a participating pay-TV service provider subscription to stream the content.

How to Get Food Network on Firestick?

(1) From your Firestick home screen, click on the Find option.

Firestick Home Screen

(2) On the next screen, type Food Network using the on-screen keyboard.

Search on Firestick

(3) Select the Food Network app from the result. The app info screen will open.

(4) On the app info screen, click on the Download or Get button.

(5) Wait for the app to download.

(6) Once downloaded, click on the Open button to launch the app.

(7) An activation code will appear on the screen.

(8) Go to from any web browser.

Food Network on Firestick

(9) Enter your activation code in the provided text field and click Activate.

(10) Make sure to log in with your pay-TV service provider and start streaming.

Food Network on Firestick

Alternative Ways to Stream Food Network on Firestick

You can also stream Food Network using streaming services as well.

  1. Sling TV
  2. FuboTV
  3. Hulu
  4. YouTube TV
  5. Philo
  6. Vidgo

Sling TV

Sling TV - Food Network on Firestick

Food Network is a part of the Sling TV Orange subscription pack. It costs $40/month. You can also get the channel with the Sling TV combined pack that offers channels from both the blue and orange pack costs $55/month. It offers channels like TBS, A&E, AMC, AXC TV, BBC America, BET, Bravo, Boomerang, Cartoon Network, etc., and comes with 50 hours of cloud storage.

Fubo TV

Fubo TV - Food Network on Firestick

Fubo TV is yet another choice for you to stream the Food Network Live TV channel. Apart from the Food Network, it also features A&E, AMC, BET, Bravo, Comedy Central, CNBC, MSNBC, ESPN, Fox Sports, etc. The Pro pack costs $74.99/month, the Elite pack at $84.99/month, and the Ultimate pack at $94.99/month.



Hulu has also got its own live streaming services. The Basic + Live TV service costs $69.99/month and a Premium + Live TV subscription costs $82.99/month. Hulu includes Food Network and other channels like MSNBC, NBC, CNBC, TBS, A&T, TNTm HGTV, ABC, CBS, Fox, etc. You can also stream all your favorite on-demand content too.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV - Food Network on Firestick

YouTube TV is yet another option to stream 85+ live TV channels on your Firestick along with the Food Network Channel. You can also get various other channels like TBS, ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, HGTV, TNT, E!, etc. It costs $64.99/month with 3 simultaneous streams and unlimited Cloud DVR storage with the YouTube TV subscription.



Philo offers nearly 60+ live TV channels on your Firestick at just $25/month. You can get all the major cable TV channels along with premium TV channels. It includes A&E, AMC, BBC America, BET, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, HGTV, Food Network, etc. It also has got an add-on option to stream STARZ and EPIX.



Vidgo is one of the newest arrivals that features 60+ live TV channels. The users can subscribe to its Core plan which costs $64.95/month to get the live TV channel streaming. Moreover, with one subscription, you can stream on 3 devices simultaneously.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can you Watch Food Network on Fire TV Stick?

You can install the Food Network app from the App Store on your streaming device to stream the channel.

2. Is Food Network Free on Firestick?

No, you would need a pay-TV service provider subscription to stream the Food Network on Firestick.