TikTok has quickly turned into a kitchen playbook for the curious and adventurous eater. It’s fascinating how a quick video can transform pantry staples into viral sensations overnight. If you’re looking to jazz up your meals and snacks with some creativity, here are 11 TikTok food trends that are worth the hype and ready for you to try.

Chocolate baked oats in a white baking dish.
Chocolate Baked Oats. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.
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Baked Feta Pasta

Baked Feta Pasta. Photo credit: xoxoBella.

A simple yet scrumptious dish that went viral for its easy prep and delicious results. It involves baking a block of feta with cherry tomatoes, olive oil, and herbs until melty, then mixing with cooked pasta.
Get the Recipe: Baked Feta Pasta

Nature’s Cereal

Nature’s Cereal. Photo credit: This Healthy Table.

Given a boost in popularity by Lizzo, this trend replaces traditional cereal with a bowl of fresh berries, pomegranate seeds, and coconut water, creating a refreshing, natural alternative to boxed cereals.
Get the Recipe: Nature’s Cereal

Pesto Eggs

Pesto Eggs. Photo credit: Gypsy Plate.

This trend gives a twist to your regular fried eggs by cooking them in pesto sauce. The addition of pesto adds a flavorful punch and makes for a visually appealing dish that’s perfect for breakfast.
Get the Recipe: Pesto Eggs

Corn Ribs

Corn Ribs. Photo credit: Sugar and Soul.

Corn ribs involve slicing corn on the cob into vertical wedges that curl into rib shapes when cooked. They’re typically seasoned and either grilled or baked until crispy, offering a fun and easy way to spice up summer barbecues.
Get the Recipe: Corn Ribs

Gigi Hadid Pasta

Gigi Hadid Pasta. Photo credit: Pink When.

Another pasta dish that gained fame on TikTok, inspired by Gigi Hadid’s spicy vodka pasta recipe. It’s creamy, zesty, and can be made without vodka for a just-as-tasty version.
Get the Recipe: Gigi Hadid Pasta

Birria Tacos

Birria Tacos. Photo credit: Or Whatever You Do.

These tacos are made with tender, stewed meat that is then used to fill tortillas that are pan-fried until crispy. Often served with consommé for dipping, they’ve become a beloved comfort food sensation online.
Get the Recipe: Birria Tacos

Proffee (Protein Coffee)

Proffee (Protein Coffee). Photo credit: Busy Family Recipes.

A combination of protein shake and coffee, proffee is becoming a popular choice for a fulfilling and energizing start to the day, perfect for post-workout fuel or a hearty breakfast on the go.
Get the Recipe: Proffee (Protein Coffee)

Boat Dip

Boat Dip. Photo credit: Sugar and Soul.

A unique take on traditional dips, boat dips involve hollowing out a loaf of bread and filling it with layers of dip ingredients such as spinach, artichoke, cheeses, and baked until melty and golden.
Get the Recipe: Boat Dip

S’mores Dip

S’mores Dip. Photo credit: Fork to Spoon.

A dessert trend that packs all the flavors of s’mores into a single pan. Layers of chocolate and marshmallows are melted under the broiler and served with graham crackers for dipping, perfect for group gatherings.
Get the Recipe: S’mores Dip

Air Fryer Pasta Chips

Air Fryer Pasta Chips. Photo credit: Kuch Pak Raha Hai.

Made by air frying cooked pasta until crispy and then seasoning with parmesan and spices, pasta chips are a novel snack that’s both crunchy and savory, proving that the air fryer’s magic knows no bounds.
Get the Recipe: Air Fryer Pasta Chips

Blender Baked Oats

Blender Baked Oats. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Blender Baked Oats have taken TikTok by storm as a quick, customizable breakfast option. Simply blend oats with your choice of ingredients such as bananas, nuts, or cocoa, pour into a dish, and bake for a fluffy, cake-like treat that feels indulgent yet is wholesome and filling.
Get the Recipe: Blender Baked Oats

The Secret Steak-Cooking Method You’re Probably Missing Out

A succulent steak frying in a pan with garlic cloves and fresh herbs, with butter foam around it.
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Steak lovers understand that achieving the perfect steak is no small feat. Traditional methods such as open-flame grilling often struggle with temperature control, which can lead to unevenly cooked meat. Thankfully, the reverse sear method is gaining traction as a foolproof way to prepare steak. This simple yet effective technique involves cooking the steak low and slow to ensure even internal cooking, followed by a quick sear that produces a juicy, tender, and beautifully even result. Let’s walk through how simple it is to do.

Read it Here: The Secret Steak-Cooking Method You’re Probably Missing Out

13 Innovative Food Apps That Are Changing The Way We Eat

Person using a smartphone app to view recipes in a kitchen surrounded by vegetables and herbs.
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With smartphones as our constant companions, it’s no surprise that apps are revolutionizing the way we approach food and cooking. From reducing food waste to finding the best vegan eateries, there’s an app for nearly every dietary need. This article explores innovative apps that are changing our culinary landscape, making eating healthier, more sustainable, and a lot more interesting.

Read it Here: 13 Innovative Food Apps That Are Changing The Way We Eat

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