44 Biggest TikTok Viral Recipe Trends of 2021

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(Confessions of Parenting) The beauty of TikTok is that you just never know what you’re going to get. I held off getting TikTok because I thought it was only about dancing. Then, by word of mouth, I heard about the Nacho Table Trend and then Whipped Coffee. All the chatter […]

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(Confessions of Parenting)

The beauty of TikTok is that you just never know what you’re going to get. I held off getting TikTok because I thought it was only about dancing. Then, by word of mouth, I heard about the Nacho Table Trend and then Whipped Coffee. All the chatter was enough to lure me in and I was opened up to this giant world of cooking videos.

These videos are not the perfectly curated videos you find on other social media channels. These are tried-and-true recipes made by regular people; people just looking to get good tasting food on the table, no matter how pretty.

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You might expect to find recipe staples like perfectly seared cast iron steaks, overnight oats and lots of “the best” potatoes. What you wouldn’t think to find are the real hidden gems of the TikTok—such as Sheet Pan Pancakes, Chocolate Cloud Bread and even a DIY Dr. Pepper!

Best TikTok Recipes

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. This slideshow contains 44 of the most popular TikTok recipes that have been remade into actual easy-to-make recipes.

Which fresh new spin on these viral recipes will be on your to-make list? Will it be the pancake cereal? Perhaps a goat cheese version of the Baked Feta Pasta? Whichever it is, it will be delicious.

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About the Author:

Christine is the creator of Foody Schmoody Blog. She is a wife and mother of three. She grew up with a large Italian influence in her life. She brings her love of food and the need to have quick and easy meals together in her food blog. To date, her most proud culinary accomplishment has been providing a meal to the great chef, Gordon Ramsay. Join Christine in her journey to get everyone in the kitchen, no matter their level of cooking experience.

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