This year started off on the right foot with this burger crunch wrap. It didn't take long for this TikTok recipe to become a hit, receiving over 5 million likes.
When I first saw this video, I couldn't tell if it was a joke or an actual recipe. The creator films herself making what she says is her pilates instructor's healthy alternative to Coke.
This salad—which uses ingredients like green cabbage, cucumber, chives, and green onions—quickly gained popularity, as many TikTokers tried recreating the viral recipe themselves.
TikTok creator made users swoon when he posted about making his girlfriend a "jelly drink" on National Girlfriend Day.
TikTokers went crazy for the sound and cadence of D'Arcy's voice in this clip, and the trending soundbite was soon featured in the background of many social media posts thereafter.
Butter boards are taking over the internet—and you either love it or are absolutely ready for this trend to disappear.
This smoothie was full of ingredients like berries, almond milk, avocado, dates, collagen, sea moss, protein powder, and hyaluronic acid—which perhaps explains the extremely high price point.
TikTok has been home to some of the weirdest, most creative, and sometimes most delicious viral recipes to hit the internet.
Some of the most popular food trends on TikTok date back to 2020 during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with things like cloud bread and dalgona coffee taking the internet by storm.
The TikTok app—which is said to have over 1 billion users worldwide—has continued to produce some of the most head-turning food content each and every year, with 2022 being no exception.