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These Are The 73 Trendiest TikTok Recipes Of All Time

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It seems like there's a new viral food trend taking over TikTok every week. When you open the app, there's always a fresh recipe hot off the kitchen stove waiting to greet you on your "For You" page — and you haven't even had the chance to test out the last one you saw yet. If you're finding it difficult to keep track of all these creative dishes, this running list of the trendiest TikTok recipes of all time can help you and your tastebuds out.

Whether you're looking to put together an Insta-worthy table for when it's your turn to host dinner or you're just getting a little tired of your typical weeknight meals, this list of viral TikTok recipes has all the inspo you need to impress any foodie (including yourself). These viral recipes will spice up your usual breakfast or dinner situation while making your plate look and taste Michelin star-approved.

Mind you, checking out these trendy TikTok recipes may result in hunger. It may even cause some nostalgia. Remember dalgona coffee? It feels like such a #throwback now, but when you browse this master list of the best TikTok recipes, you may just find yourself whipping up some treats that take you on a tasty trip down memory lane.

Before you get cooking, don't forget to bookmark this list of TikTok recipes we curated below, as it will continue to be updated with the latest viral dishes on TikTok. That way, you can stay up to date on what everyone's serving up and never taste FOMO again.

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Dalgona Coffee

Dalgona coffee, aka whipped coffee, may just be one of the most viral food trends to come out of TikTok, and for good reason. This coffee recipe takes your morning brew to a sweeter level by whipping instant coffee, sugar, and hot water together to create a peanut butter-looking mixture that's then poured over ice and milk. When you make your next batch of this joe, you can thank TikToker @iamhannahcho for originally sharing their TikTok recipe on March 10, 2020 and sparking this trend.


Pancake Cereal

One fun way TikTokers have elevated their breakfast is by shrinking pancakes to miniature sizes and covering them in syrup. This pancake cereal trend took off in April 2020 and uses a piping bag (and sometimes even a water bottle) to pour the batter into the pan and create a smaller version. Then, the pancakes are tossed into a bowl with lots of syrup and butter to look like cereal. The results are totally cute and always Instagrammable.


Egg Sandwich Hack

What would mornings look like if TikToker @thejoshelkin hadn't shared his egg sandwich hack as a viral TikTok recipe? He saw the key to this trick, the slotted spoon, being used to separate the egg whites from the yolk in another TikTok and decided to incorporate it into his morning meal. Since he posted his viral video on Feb. 11, 2021 showing off his recipe, other TikTokers have continued to use this spoon to get pillowy egg whites around their yolks, adding their fave fillings, and folding their eggs up neatly to fit on their sandwich.


Oreo Cake In A Mug

The easiest cake recipe might be this Oreo mug cake. Once TikTokers saw how rich and chocolatey these microwaved crushed-up Oreos and milk cakes are, the TikTok recipe quickly went viral in February 2020 and has made satisfying those midnight cravings a breeze ever since.


Tortilla Trend

The tortilla trend on TikTok is an innovative way to make a wrap or quesadilla by cutting the tortilla into four quadrants before folding. The idea took off back in January 2021, when TikToker @simplefood4you resurfaced the hack they saw previously on social media. Their video turned many others into TikTok chefs who continued to elevate their lunches and wraps with this yummy trick.


Baked Feta Pasta

Almost everyone’s “For You” page in February 2021 was flooded with videos of people baking a block of feta and cooked pasta in the oven, surrounded by cherry tomatoes and drizzles of olive oil. One of the first viral versions of this cheesy bake was posted by TikToker @liemessa on Jan. 31, 2021, and as a result? Finland's grocery stores were wiped clean of feta cheese.


Baked Oats

February was also full of baked oats or baked oatmeal. Kind of like a mug cake, this baked oatmeal recipe bakes oats with your milk of choice and a variety of creative flavors like peanut butter, vanilla, raspberries, and so much more. The results can resemble cakes, muffins, or even brownies for a sweet breakfast treat or a breakfast-like dessert.


Smashed Brussels Sprouts

The smashed Brussels sprouts recipe makes eating your daily veggies so much easier. It requires boiling the greens, smashing them down with a spoon, and baking them in the oven for an extra crispy bite of this vegetable. Some of the earliest smashed Brussels sprouts recipes began popping up on TikTok in December 2020, but TikTokers are continuing to add their own creative sauces and flavors to this recipe to make each new iteration totally different.


Nature's Cereal

This viral breakfast cereal took hold when TikToker @natures_food shared their recipe of berries, pomegranate seeds, and coconut water on social media on Feb. 15, 2021. Even Lizzo hopped on this trend, sharing her own “Nature’s Cereal” recipe that uses ice cubes. Others on TikTok have added to the trend, making it spicy, swapping out different fruits, and finding other ways to jazz it up.


Accordion Potatoes

Accordion potatoes are all about the crisp. This viral TikTok recipe, which began trending in February 2021, calls for skewering them before slicing them on both sides for double the edges and, thus, double the crunch.


Ramen (With Everything But The Bagel Seasoning)

TikTok’s ramen recipe took over everyone’s “For You” page (and kitchen) because it switched up how people typically threw together this quick dish. Ever since it began popping up on TikTok in February 2021, the instant noodle game has been forever changed. Who knew adding butter, eggs, soy sauce, and a bit of red pepper flakes to ramen could be so tasty? And to top it off, TikTokers are throwing on their Trader Joe’s Everything But The Bagel Seasoning Blend. To the surprise of many, it works.


Braided Salmon

Not only does the braided salmon recipe on TikTok look master chef level when it's plated and served, but it’s also a super easy way to zest up this fish. By slicing the salmon into three strips and crossing them over one another to “braid” it, there are so many more nooks to slather a lemon and butter sauce or a honey glaze into for a truly flavorful dinner.


Flour & Water "Chicken"

TikTokers were shocked when they saw this flour and water “chicken” or seitan recipe come together because it only took two ingredients to create this meat substitute. The viral recipe that TikToker @futurelettuce posted on Feb. 19, 2021 uses a method of “washing” the flour and water dough to rid the batter of starch. Then, it is seasoned and fried. And yes, it actually looks (and tastes) like chicken.


Banana Bread

You probably couldn't escape all the banana bread recipes in 2020 if you tried — especially not on TikTok. Users of the app were going bananas for this bread, taking this breakfast and dessert treat to another level. They made coffee cake banana bread, air fryer banana bread, and even gingerbread swirl banana bread. The list is endless.


Cloud Bread

The fluffiest bread or cloud dough is made only from whipping three ingredients: egg whites, cornstarch, and sugar. This baking trend and craft project was started by @linqanaaa who posted a video making it on July 27, 2020 and it has cooked up so many cool cloud breads since. This viral TikTok recipe is fun to mess around with by adding your own designs and colors, and it's maybe the one edible creation you're actually allowed to play with.


Hot Chocolate Bombs

You probably remember hot cocoa bombs exploding all over TikTok in December 2020. This new method of enjoying this classic cup includes melting chocolate into a spherical mold filled with hot cocoa powder and marshmallows. When the mold dries, it’s added to a warm cup of milk where it melts and transforms into hot chocolate. When this viral recipe was shared on social media, people began creating Valentine’s Day versions, peppermint flavored ones, and even boozy varieties.


Crème Brûlée

The easiest way to make crème brûlée doesn’t even require a blowtorch to get that crispy caramelized sugar layer. Instead, TikToker @shefshaq, who is credited for starting this viral recipe (account no longer found), came up with a way to make this fancy dish an easy way. This TikTok recipe uses vanilla ice cream, two egg yolks, and sugar. Simply melt the ice cream, whisk in the eggs, and pour into a ramekin. Top with a layer of hot water and bake. Once it is cooled and chilled, heat up sugar in a saucepan to caramelize and pour on top to finish.


Birria Tacos

Birria is a traditional Mexican stew that is typically served up with tacos for dipping in. It’s unclear who brought this dish to TikTok, but at the close of 2020 and the start of 2021, the platform has been full of people sharing their Birria taco recipes, putting vegan twists on them, and reacting to these mouth-watering tacos.


Bell Pepper, Cream Cheese, And Everything But The Bagel Seasoning

This keto-friendly recipe that essentially uses bell peppers in place of bread took off when TikToker @janellerohner posted a mukbang, a popular type of eating show — in which the host consumes large quantities of food — that originated in South Korea. In her video, she spread cream cheese and the Trader Joe’s Everything But The Bagel Seasoning Blend on a bell pepper in an August 2020 TikTok video. It got further attention when Gordon Ramsay filmed a #RamsayReacts video on TikTok (also in August), where he called another TikToker’s recreation of this trend an “idiot sandwich,” playing on his iconic line from a 2015 episode of The Late Late Show With James Corden.


Korean Corn Dogs

February 2021 on TikTok was filled with Korean hot dogs. Also called corn dogs or fried cheese, this street food was trending for its taste, ASMR-worthy crunch, and satisfying cheese pulls. Essentially, it’s cheese or meat, skewered, rolled in batter, and fried. It’s typically then coated in sugar or a variety of sauces. Watching people crunch into these is almost as enjoyable as biting into one yourself.


"Honeycomb" Pasta

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When TikToker @bananalovesyoutoo posted their "honeycomb" pasta recipe to social media on March 29, 2021, the internet couldn’t stop debating whether this viral TikTok recipe was a hit or miss. You can decide for yourself (if you haven’t already) by placing cooked rigatoni noodles upwards in a cake pan and filling each noodle with string cheese. Cover with tomato sauce and your fave toppings and bake. As this dish is full of all the essential ingredients you love most in ziti, you’re pretty much guaranteed to enjoy this cheesy TikTok trend regardless of your stance in this debate.


"Secret Rolls"

Forget cinnamon rolls or sticky buns, these "secret rolls" are a sweet and buttery upgrade. According to TikToker @jprtxtr, who shared the recipe in a TikTok from March 18, 2021, they’re a mixture of dinner rolls, butter, and the not-so-secret ingredient: ice cream. After finally finding out the recipe from an aunt who wouldn’t divulge her secrets, this TikToker shared the steps to these “secret rolls” on social media. All you have to do is place frozen dinner rolls in a buttered pan. Then, grab a pot and bring a stick of butter, a cup of brown sugar, and a cup of your fave ice cream to a boil. Pour your mixture on top of the rolls and let it sit overnight. When you wake up the next day, your rolls will be puffed up and ready for the oven, where they’ll become glazed to sugary perfection.


Bell Pepper Sandwich

In April 2021, another eyebrow-raising recipe stormed TikTok. This time, the bell pepper sandwich trend became everyone’s go-to lunch, as TikTokers swapped out the bread in their sandwiches for bell peppers. While this might have you shaking your head “no” vehemently, many people on social media shared how they’re pleasantly surprised by this trend. By cutting open the bright veggies, hollowing the inside, and filling each half with their fave fixings, TikTokers gave their sandwiches a satisfying crunch that had them coming back for seconds.


Pizza Pull-Apart Bread

Just when you thought pizza couldn’t get any better, TikTok proved you wrong. In April 2021, TikTokers made pizza pull-apart bread, turning the traditional way of eating pizza on its head. In this viral recipe, at-home chefs sliced wedges into bread and stuffed each crevice with cheese, tomato sauce, and their favorite pizza toppings. You can experiment with your fave types of bread like sourdough or ciabatta, or play around with the recipe by adding pepperoni or even Alfredo sauce to get truly creative with your dish. Now that all tradition has been thrown out the window, who can blame you for turning your pizza into anything you can imagine?


Spicy Pickled Garlic


If you were ever unfortunate enough to have a kimchi craving but didn't have any on hand, you may be able to satisfy the hankering with four ingredients. Courtesy of Lala (@lalaleluu) — who longed for a kimchi replacement after she moved away from the source — and her viral spicy pickled garlic recipe from April 2021, TikTokers are now using pickled garlic, Sriracha sauce, thyme, and chili pepper flakes to make one delicious snack.


Twisted Bacon

Your next brunch needs twisted bacon. Otherwise known as the “twisted bacon straw hack,” this trendy recipe reached TikTok in March 2021 in a video from @houseofketo, and has since elevated breakfast food everywhere. The TikTok recipe involves gently twisting uncooked bacon, before laying it on a sheet pan. You can fold the rolled strips in half to fit enough bacon on the pan for your entire bestie crew, or stretch them out if you’re prepping a meal for one, a salad for lunch, or a crispy snack. Once the bacon has been twisted, sprinkle seasonings such as garlic, salt, pepper, chili powder, and cayenne on top. Let the bacon bake at 400 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes, or until it’s reached your desired crispiness.


Ranch Pickles

Ranch pickles may be the easiest TikTok recipe ever. Started by TikToker Jen Curley — who you can find at @snackqween — in April 2021, the viral recipe involves adding a packet of ranch dressing seasoning to a jar of your favorite dill spears. Mix the seasoning with the pickle juice, before covering the jar and shaking it up. Put the jar in the fridge so the ranch pickles can chill overnight, and then enjoy them as a snack or on the side of a sandwich. The final product sort of tastes like fried pickles dipped in ranch dressing, and is a total *chef’s kiss*.


Cloud Cake

If you thought TikTokers were done with cloud-like dishes, you thought wrong. In May 2021, TikTokers took the popular cloud bread recipe and elevated it to sweet new levels with cloud cake. In order to make yourself this fluffy treat, you need to whip up some egg whites, corn starch, and sugar in a bowl. The next step is what makes this a cloud cake — or “clouds cake” — instead of just bread. Add in some sweet mix-ins or top it off with things like almonds and sprinkles to make it a dessert. Oreo lovers will definitely want to try making TikToker @karmiccreations' Oreo cloud cake, while TikToker @beautyhomeflour's recipe with almonds and powdered sugar makes a sweet plain cloud cake in only 20 minutes.


Pesto Eggs

Your egg game will never be the same once you try pesto eggs. Instead of using just regular cooking oil to fry their eggs, in May 2021, TikTokers started using pesto. The oil in the pesto acts just the same as regular oil, but gives your fried eggs an extra bit of delicious flavor. This pesto egg hack can even be enjoyed in a variety of ways. For instance, TikToker @amywilichowski elevated avocado toast with pesto eggs on top, along with ricotta cheese, honey, and red pepper flakes. After following this viral TikTok recipe, you’ll never want to go back to just plain avocado toast ever again and your brunches at home will be next level.


Frog Bread

Frog bread first started popping up all over everyone’s “For You” page in May 2020, but it made a bit of a comeback in May 2021 for its first anniversary. Whether it’s a new trend to you or something you already love, it’s always nice seeing frog-shaped bread buns hop up on your feed. This time around, have fun with your recipe like TikToker @uwuwitch who made bear bread with their frog bread recipe, or TikToker @bbymangoes who made fluffy frog milk bread to go with some refreshing milk tea.


Boat Dip

Just in time for all the summer fun, TikToker @lnoden shared this boat dip recipe in July 2021 that combines sour cream, shredded cheese, taco seasoning, tomatoes, and green chiles. It’s the perfect snack to enjoy on a sea-nic lake day, and so easy to make as well. You could even have fun with your recipe by adding in bacon bits or switching out the taco seasoning for some ranch. It’s whatever floats your boat… dip.


Honey Jelly

You won’t bee-lieve this viral TikTok food trend. In July 2021, TikTokers were freezing their honey in bottles to make to-go honey jelly snacks. Some users like TikToker @daveyrz were even experimenting with corn syrup and different honey jelly recipes to make flavored and rainbow honey jelly.


Quiche-Stuffed Bagels

Also in July 2021, TikTokers were switching up their breakfast routine by making quiche-stuffed bagels. This combination of two of the greatest brunch dishes — quiches and bagels — had TikTokers like @dontgobaconmyheart_ totally eggcited. TikTokers @pictureitplants even made a vegan-friendly version with plant-based eggs and bacon, so your whole crew can try their own quiche-stuffed bagels.


Oven-Baked Spaghetti

If you thought TikTokers were done with baked pasta dishes, you thought wrong. In July 2021, the @thefooddolls posted a tutorial on how to make oven-baked spaghetti, which made everyone who saw it im-pasta-bly hungry. By adding in your uncooked noodles, sauce, seasonings, and onions into one baking dish, you can also make an oven-baked spaghetti meal to serve up for dinner or enjoy all week long. Other TikTokers even made the dish their own by adding in different meats, veggies, and extra cheese. Are you spaghetting hungry?


Frozen Corn Syrup

After TikTokers realized they could freeze their honey for a delicious treat, they started getting creative with their mixes. By August 2021, everyone was ditching their honey for some corn syrup instead to make frozen corn syrup treats. Since corn syrup is typically clear and less flavorful than regular honey, it becomes the ultimate ingredient to mix in with some powdered drink mix like Starbursts or Kool-Aid. After freezing your mixture in a squeezable bottle, you get a colorful and tasty treat to enjoy on those extra hot days.


Churro Cheesecake

Do you love churros? How about cheesecake? If you said yes to both, you’ll definitely want to try TikTok’s churro cheesecake recipes, which are once again trending on the app as of August 2021. TikTokers are revisiting their classic churro cheesecake recipes, and getting creative with the ingredients by making the viral dessert with Oreos, strawberry shortcake, and more — and these new creations might just be better than the original.


Angel Milk


People tend to start trading in their lavender lemonades and tropical smoothies for some pumpkin spice lattes at the end of summer. However, instead of jumping right into PSL season, TikTokers are mixing up a more heavenly drink instead. In September 2021, angel milk found its way on the FYP. By combining your choice of milk with some sugar and vanilla extract, you get this super sweet drink that is even better after warming it up in the microwave. You can even elevate your Angel Milk by adding in some food coloring or edible glitter to give it a more angelic and Insta-worthy glow.


Funeral Potatoes

The name can seem intimidating, but funeral potatoes are actually just a delicious hash brown casserole that’s the perfect dish to bring to your next party or gathering. TikTokers took note of that in September 2021 by sharing their favorite funeral potatoes recipes and tutorials for autumn get-togethers and Thanksgiving potlucks. Whether you’re team cracker topping or cornflakes all the way, you can find some easy-to-follow funeral potatoes recipes you’ll want to try on the FYP.


Salmon Rice Bowl

TikToker Emily Mariko (@emilymariko) really stunned the TikTok world in September 2021 with her viral salmon rice bowl recipe. The recipe itself, which includes salmon, rice, Sriracha, mayo, soy sauce, avocado, seaweed, and kimchi mixed together in a bowl, is pretty simple. However, it’s the reheating process that had everyone doing a double take.

After mashing up her leftover salmon and putting her leftover rice on top, Mariko then placed a single ice cube on top before microwaving. While you would assume this would melt the ice cube, Mariko shows in her viral TikTok that the ice cube remains intact and perfectly steams the rice. Someone needs to get Hank Green on the case to explain how this salmon rice bowl science works.


Grinch Mimosa


For a trendy holiday sip, you’ll definitely want to pour yourself a sweet and bubbly Grinch mimosa. Its bright green color comes from mixing orange juice with a splash of Blue Curacao. Then, top it off with your favorite champagne for a Christmas cocktail that’s sure to impress. Add a bit of melted marshmallow and sprinkles to the rim for a bit of sweetness that’s sure to make your guests’ hearts grow three sizes.


Birria Ramen

You’ve likely heard of birria tacos and ramen, but TikTokers decided to combine these two dishes for delicious birria ramen. The tasty cup of noodles can be easily prepared by replacing the hot water in your ramen with any leftover or fresh birria broth you have at home. Foodies were loving this viral TikTOk trend so much that they even got creative with their birria ramen by making burritos and preparing Insta-worthy bowls with toppings like cheese and soft-boiled eggs.


Snow Cream

With the winter season, TikTokers made the most of their snow days by making a snow cream recipe. By mixing together freshly fallen snow (or shaved ice), milk, sugar, and vanilla extract, you can enjoy homemade ice cream. Some TikTokers even got creative by adding cocoa powder and sprinkles on top for fun flavors and an Insta-worthy presentation. Basically, there’s snow way you want to miss out on this viral TikTok recipe.


Custard Yogurt Toast

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Want to elevate your breakfast game? In January 2022, TikTokers were doing just that by making custard yogurt toast. By mixing yogurt and eggs with ingredients like honey, maple syrup, and vanilla extract, you get a custard that can be baked on top of your toast in the oven or air fryer for a custard yogurt treat. TikTokers were even getting creative with their custard toast by adding different fresh fruit toppings, honey, and powdered sugar.


Green Goddess Salad

If you’ve been looking for a fresh take on a salad, look no further than this viral TikTok recipe by Baked by Melissa, Green Goddess Salad. First, you’ll want to dice up some green cabbage, cucumbers, and scallions in a separate bowl. Then, blend together your homemade green goddess salad dressing. Toss in two cloves of garlic, one shallot, lemon juice, chives, olive oil, rice vinegar, walnuts, cashews, basil, spinach, nutritional yeast, and salt into a blender, and pulse until smooth. Finally, fold in all the ingredients to make a creamy salad-like dip that you can eat with chips.


Marry Me Chicken

Have you ever had a dish so delicious you instantly fell in love? Well, if you have, you can relate to the marry me chicken recipe that went viral on TikTok in early 2022. This creamy chicken made with ingredients like sun dried tomatoes, garlic, and parmesan cheese is so good that it’s said to make anyone who you make it for want to propose. So, marry me chicken might be the best dish to prepare for your partner if you’re ready to take your relationship to the next level.


Crunch Ring

Just in time for the Super Bowl and Winter Olympic Games in February 2022, TikTokers were making crunch ring recipes at home. This taco take on a party ring is the perfect shareable dish for any game day hang or party with your BFFs. All you need to do is take some crescent roll dough and place it in a circle with beef, cheese, and tortilla chips inside. After baking in the oven, you get a picture-perfect TikTok crunch ring that you can slice and serve with queso, guacamole, and sour cream.


Grated Egg Toast


One of the TikTok recipes to go viral in February 2022, Grated Egg Toast is taking over the FYP — and people can’t get over how much the egg looks like shredded cheese. Whether you make it a Grated Egg Avocado Toast or up the ante on your Grated Egg Toast with spicy mayo, pickled onions, smoked salmon, or even caviar, you’ll have a TikTok breakfast or snack that’s egg-celent.


Grinder Salad Sandwich

In March 2022, a twist on a popular sandwich recipe started going viral on TikTok. The Grinder Salad Sandwich recipe, which was originally shared by @ohheyimgray, is basically an Italian submarine sandwich or “grinder” that’s gotten a few upgrades from the foodie side of TikTok. You can make this Grinder Salad Sandwich your own with your choice of crusty bread, deli meats and cheese, banana peppers, onions, and the trademark “salad” — a combo of spices, iceberg lettuce, thinly sliced onions, red wine vinegar, and a creamy mayo dressing.


Hot Girl Summer Salad

Just in time for the summer, TikToker Jayria’s (@herdresscode) hot girl summer salad is back on the FYP. Thanks to fresh ingredients like bell peppers, cucumbers, red onions, eggs, and sunflower seeds, this nutritious salad is the perfect dish to enjoy on a hot summer day. While the OG recipe included oil and vinegar dressing, this new hot girl summer salad TikTok recipe calls for whatever salad dressing you want. So, feel free to make it your own as you celebrate a hot girl summer at the pool or on a picnic in the park.


Cowboy Caviar

In July 2022, everyone on TikTok was craving Cowboy Caviar. Thanks to the cowgirl of caviar herself, @brialem, the Tex-Mex-inspired salad recipe went viral when she posted it in June, and it instantly became a household name and summer staple. TikTok knows the dish as Cowboy Caviar, but the OG recipe that dates back to the 1940s is called “Texas Caviar,” which includes pickled black-eyed peas tossed in a vinaigrette that was eaten with tortilla chips as a dip.

@brialem took Cowboy Caviar to the next level with colorful bell peppers, beans, jalapeños, mango, roasted corn, cucumbers, and feta cheese, and recommended trying it in multiple ways as a dip, side dish, salad, or even as a burrito filling. You can chill it in the fridge and eat through the week, or easily pack it to-go to share with your cowgirls and boys at barbecues or beach parties.

Taylor Swift Chai Cookies

During the month leading up to Taylor Swift’s Midnights album release, Swifties on TikTok revisited a chai cookie recipe the singer once shared on Tumblr. It calls for sugar cookie dough spiced with chai leaves and is topped with sweet eggnog icing. Taylor wrote in the recipe, “I added the chai element to the recipe because I thought it would infuse cozy holiday vibez into the cookie and it really did.”

Sushi Bake

Instead of making sushi rolls at home, TikTokers opted for a sushi bake in October 2022. The sushi bake recipe is exactly what you’d expect. With layers of rice, seaweed, and a salmon and imitation crab mix on top baked in the oven, you get a shareable sushi dish that you can bring to a potluck or even Friendsgiving celebration.

Scooby-Doo Sandwich

This viral TikTok sandwich recipe is inspired by the Scooby-Doo series and Shaggy’s “super duper sandwich” – a.ka. a “double triple-decker sardine and marshmallow fudge sandwich.”

Luckily, this version of the Scooby Doo Sandwich doesn’t include chocolate syrup, sardines, and fish food flakes, but it does exaggerate a classic BLT for a towering, satisfying bite Shaggy would definitely approve of.

Million Dollar Spaghetti

Another out-of-the-box TikTok pasta dish that was trending in November 2022 is the Million Dollar Spaghetti recipe. Described by the original TikTok creator @bestfriendsforfrosting as “basically lasagna’s cousin,” the million-dollar twist to this baked pasta is layering a lasagna with spaghetti instead of flat noodles. The result is a saucy, creamy casserole-like spaghetti scoop you can serve up for on a cold fall night.

Strawberry Churro Cheesecake Bars

What if a strawberry cheesecake and crispy cinnamon churros had a baby? This pink dessert stacks crescent roll dough, cinnamon sugar, and sweet cream cheese filling in one creamy-crunchy bite. These berry sweet bars look bakery-quality and definitely Instagrammable, and would be yummy served alongside a warm cup of tea.

TikTok Cinnamon Rolls

While cinnamon rolls are nothing new, TikTokers came up with a hack to make ready-to-bake cinnamon rolls even better. In October 2022, TikTok couldn’t get enough of the cinnamon roll hack that required you adding heavy whipping cream to the bottom of the pan.

Matt James’ Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

Going off the viral cinnamon roll hack on TikTok in October 2022, Rachael Kirkconnell and Matt James shared a pumpkin cinnamon rolls recipe that also used heavy whipping cream to make the cinnamon rolls larger and more moist. To upgrade your icing, you can also mix cream cheese, melted butter, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and milk along with it.

Bella Hadid’s Sandwich

After stunning with her spray-painted dress, Bella Hadid was the talk of TikTok yet again with a viral recipe in October 2022. Everyone wanted to know how to make Bella Hadid’s sandwich after the model posted a picnic video of herself and a friend. With a garlic aioli spread, pepperoncinis, balsamic dressing, turkey, salami, lettuce, red onions, and your choice of cheese, this sandwich is classy AF. You wouldn’t expect anything less from Hadid.

Candy Grapes

With Halloween right around the corner, TikTokers were looking for something sweet to trick-or-treat themselves to in October 2022. That’s why candy grapes made a return to the FYP. All you need to do to make candy grapes is dip some fresh grapes in warm sugar, corn syrup and water. Customize your candy grapes by rolling them in some crushed up candy or soaking your grapes in alcohol for drunken candy grapes.

Kim Kardashian’s Chia Seed Pudding

Now, Kim Kardashian may not have come up with this chia seed pudding recipe, she sure did popularize it on TikTok in October 2022. After being spotted eating chia seed pudding on The Kardashians, made with chia seeds soaked in almond milk with honey, many TikTokers decided to start their day the Kim K way. The best part about chia seed pudding is that you can make it your own with different toppings like fresh fruit and nuts.

Kourtney Kardashian’s Cinnamon Toast

If you’re a fan of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, you’ll want to try Kourtney Kardashian’s cinnamon toast recipe. This recipe is just as easy to make as it is delicious. All you need to do to make Kourtney’s gluten-free and vegan version is to spread some vegan butter, sugar, cinnamon, and a dash of salt on top of your gluten-free toast before baking in the oven. While this recipe may be one of Kourtney’s older faves, it made a comeback to the FYP in November 2022 — just in time for the holiday season as it will make your home “smell like Christmas.”

Matt James’ Blueberry Waffle Breakfast Sandwich

It seems former Bachelor star, Matt James, has found a second calling — TikTok chef. When he’s not showing off his charcuterie boards, he’s in the kitchen making delicious creations, like this blueberry waffle breakfast sandwich. This delicious sandwich James created in October 2022 has everything you love about breakfast — sausage, hash browns, eggs, and cheese — all in the middle of two blueberry Eggo waffles. You’ll love it a waffle lot.

Hailey Bieber’s Pizza Toast

There’s no denying Hailey Bieber is a trendsetter. So, when she posted a TikTok sharing her delicious recipe for pizza toast, it didn’t take long for TikTokers to try it in November 2022. The star ingredient of this pizza toast is not the cheese — though, burrata and grated parmesan are always welcome — but it’s the truffle olive oil that Bieber spreads on top of the toast along with butter. You also want to top your toast, that’s baked in the oven, with the burrata, parmesan, warm marinara, oregano, red pepper flakes, and tomatoes soaked in olive oil, lemon juice, and salt. Give me a pizza that, please.

Julia Fox’s Banana Bread With Hazelnut

With the holidays in full swing, Julia Fox shared one of her fave recipes for banana bread in November 2022. You might even say this recipe is one of her “uncut gems.” Of course, TikTok is no stranger to banana bread recipes, but Fox’s Italian version is made with almond extract and topped with hazelnut spread.

Cardi B’s Holiday Drink

After Thanksgiving, Cardi B kicked off the Christmas season with a holiday drink recipe featuring her Whip Shots Peppermint whipped cream in November 2022. The boozy beverage is “the best holiday drink,” according to the “Up” rapper. With Ghirardelli chocolate and peppermint, you really can’t go wrong.

Cake Mix Cookies

A super easy recipe that made its way to the FYP in November 2022 was cake mix cookies. The three-ingredient recipe is just what you think it is — cookies made from a box cake mix. These are perfect for anyone who prefers a cake-like cookie and one TikToker even said they’re like “brownie cookies.”

Dunkin’ Cookie Butter Latte

TikTok is a great resource to find the recipes from your favorite restaurants and fast food joints to make at home. For instance, in early December 2022, a TikToker shared Dunkin’s Cookie Butter Latte recipe for fans to try for themselves. The recipe even uses actual Speculoos cookie butter and will save you some money by making it at home. It’s a win-win and there’s nothing butter than that.

Watermelon Popcorn

Even though you may think of watermelon as a summer fruit, TikTokers were making watermelon popcorn in winter 2022. This fruity snack is so easy to make and uses actual watermelon so the flavor is authentic and not artificial. It also makes your popcorn turn a gorgeous pink, so you might want to save this recipe to enjoy when the Barbie movie comes out.

Chocolate Pine Cones

In addition to sugar cookies and hot cocoa, TikTokers were making Insta-worthy chocolate pine cones for the holidays. By placing chocolate cereal into rolled up cream cream and crushed chocolate cookies, you can create a treat that looks just like a pine cone you’d find in the forest. Sprinkle on some powdered sugar for the fresh fallen snow look.

Butter Candles

For a step above butter boards, try butter candles. Around December 2022, TikTokers were molding butter together to make candles. When you light your candle, it melts the butter for you to then drizzle on a dish or dip some bread into. Instead of spreading butter on a board, you might want to just place a candle at the center.

Kir Royale From Emily In Paris

After Season 3 of Emily in Paris dropped on Netflix, fans were interested in mixing together a Kir Royale cocktail. The super easy drink is just crème de cassis and champagne. You can also use Chambord and prosecco, which may become your new drink of choice.

Chipotle Sauce Hack

Did you know Chipotle has their own vinaigrette? Well, TikTokers found this out in December 2022 after food reviewer Keith Lee (@keith_lee125) shared the Chipotle sauce hack with a review of the Philly cheesesteak-inspired steak quesadilla. Since ordering the Chipotle-Honey Vinaigrette can be difficult, other TikTokers have shared the Chipotle vinaigrette recipe for you to try at home.

Supreme Croissant

The Suprême from Lafayette bakery in New York City became so popular in December 2022 that many TikTokers were wondering how to make a supreme croissant or croissant roll at home. It turns out the recipe is super simple and just requires some puff pastry dough and your choice of filling.

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