TikTok made me make it.
The beauty of TikTok is that you just never know what you’re going to get. I held off getting the TikTok app because I thought it was only about dancing. Then, by word of mouth, I heard about the Nacho Table Trend and Whipped Coffee. All the chatter was enough to lure me in and I became an instant fan of this giant world of TikTok recipes and cooking videos.
These TikTok food recipes are not the perfectly curated videos you will find on other social media channels though. These are tried-and-true recipes made by regular people; people looking to get tasty food on the table, no matter how pretty. And sometimes the best TikTok recipes are the ones that seem questionable, but actually turn out amazing. Ramen Lasagna, anyone?
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Viral TikTok Recipes
You might expect to find staples like TikTok pasta recipes, perfectly-seared cast iron steaks, salmon, overnight oats and lots of “the best” potatoes. What you wouldn’t think to find are the real hidden gems of TikTok—such as Sheet Pan Pancakes, Chocolate Cloud Bread and even DIY Dr. Pepper! And you can also track TikTok for food trends too. For all the TikTok recipes that might make you raise an eyebrow, there are actually plenty of delicious ones, which we’ve included here. TikTok dinner recipes might become your new go-to for weeknight meals.
What Food Is Trending on TikTok?
With so many of us constantly looking for new recipes and fun foodie trends, it’s no wonder #foodtiktok had 106.6 billion views in 2022. Here are the top 10 food trends from TikTok last year:
Who Is The Best Cook On TikTok?
If you want to fill your TikTok feed with incredible food and trendy recipes you will want to make again and again, here are 10 accounts you need to be following ASAP:
Since a lot of these TikTok recipes don’t include the exact, easy-to-follow recipe, food bloggers have been taking these viral videos and putting their own spin on them. We have curated 90 of the most popular TikTok recipes that have been remade into actual easy-to-make recipes.
There’s everything from Pancake Cereal, Boat Dip and Ranch Water, to Watermelon White Claw Grapes, Carrot Bacon and Air Fryer Corn Ribs. Then there are riffs on the original TikTok recipes that made it big, like a goat cheese version of Baked Feta Pasta. Whatever you decide to try from this list, the most important thing is to have fun—and maybe post your own video of the final dish. TikTok is always looking for new stars you know…