Top TikTok Food Trends You Can Try At Home
TikTok has taken the world - and quarantine - by storm! The millions of short videos on the platform are the ultimate boredom busters with everything from dance craze challenges to cute kittens to keep you mesmerised. Anyone with a twitchy teen would have seen them do the Renegade!
The app recently smashed records with over 2 billion downloads, and with a huge, captivate audience on stand-by it doesn’t take much more than a cool idea to send something into a viral tailspin.
The latest trend to captivate TikTok junkies is food. We've all got to eat! While more people were at home getting creative in the kitchen, and uploading their masterpieces for millions of fellow foodies, these edible crazes were born:
The original and most popular Tik Tok food craze is Whipped Coffee. It takes some serious arm action but the result is a thick and frothy treat that will that caffeine buzz while Insta-impressive! Instant coffee, sugar and hot water are all you need for this little cup of delicious.
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On the back of the Whipped Coffee triumph, the same technique was applied to other ingredients to create a bunch of inspired concoctions! Check out Whipped Strawberry Milk and Whipped Nutella both of which have taken off on social media.
Tiny pancakes were, ironically, the next big thing! Everything looks better (and less unhealthy) in miniature and this genius idea of making itty bitty pancakes has gone gangbusters online. The #pancakecereal hashtag had had over 800.8 million TikTok views and counting.
Using regular pancake batter, this Tik Tok video shows you how to use a water bottle to make perfect Pancake Cereal.
If you can make pancake cereal, cookies are a cinch! Just cut pre-made cookie dough into teeny-tiny treats and bake them, add them to a bowl with some milk and you’ve joined the revolution!
The genius behind the viral trend has shared his perfect recipe for Cookie Cereal on Instagram.
For a healthier treat, Vegan TikTok creator, Tabitha Brown, shared how to transform the humble carrot into delicious 'bacon' and, with a lazy 3 million followers, it became a hit!
She created the carrot bacon using maple syrup, garlic powder, onion powder, liquid smoke, and smoked paprika, and you can replicate it in an air fryer or oven.
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