2022 Tiktok Food Trends You Should Try

You can't deny the impact TikTok has had on everything from fashion to food, whether you're an enthusiastic user or just a casual viewer. And while there are some trends we're eager to indulge in repeatedly, we are aware that not all crazes are meant to survive.

With literally millions of videos available, it might be difficult to separate the good from the bad. That's why we did it for you. Look at these nine TikTok trends that are totally deserving of the buzz.


Pasta Chips

Air fryer recipes have seen a huge increase in popularity among TikTok food trends due to their diversity and convenience in the kitchen. The popular recipe for crispy pasta chips is one of the top air fryer recipes on TikTok. For these chips, any type of pasta will do. To prepare this crunchy, delectable snack, just toss cooked pasta with little olive oil, pepper, and dry basil before air-frying them till golden. Plus, a wide range of dipping sauces, such as marinara, pesto, or a creamy cheese sauce, pair excellently with these chips.

Cloud Bread

Cloud bread is the popular, wheat-free mashup of bread and angel food cake that has a billowy texture. It won't taste as nice as homemade French bread, but it will take far less time and require less than half the ingredients. Plus, it is gluten-free, which makes this trendy treat even more accessible to people who have digestive problems with gluten-containing foods like most other breads. Simply whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks resembling meringue form, then include the remaining ingredients along with any seasonings or food coloring. Bake the mixture and serve it in a loaf pan or on a baking sheet.

Korean Cucumber Salad

If the terms "healthy," "spicy," "zesty," and "wonderful" catch your fancy, the Korean cucumber salad (oi muchim) trend is for you. You only need cucumbers (ideally little ones), salt, fresh garlic, onion, rice vinegar, sugar, fish sauce, sesame oil, green onion, and gochugaru flavor to prepare this very light snack. If you're a vegetarian, you may skip the fish sauce and, if you'd like, add more sesame seeds for crunch. The fact that you can cook this side dish by combining all the ingredients in a single bowl is perhaps its best feature.

Corn Ribs

Being a vegetarian and showing up to a cookout is the worst. A vegetarian's only relief is often chilly spoonfuls of potato salad, coleslaw, and possibly some corn on the cob in a sea of hamburgers, hot dogs, and bacon-wrapped everything. The new vegetarian delight on TikTok will challenge any hamburger or fruit salad as the ultimate barbecue food. Cutting the corn cob into quarters without getting cut or losing a digit is the trickiest component of this recipe. Of course, as long as you move slowly, pay attention, and use a properly sharpened knife, it's not actually that dangerous.

Baked Oats

The popular baked oats dishes that have taken over TikTok feeds are more than simply passing fads; they represent a potentially beneficial cake-for-breakfast way of life that everyone may adopt. Baked oats are not only incredibly tasty but also simple to prepare. They only need oat flour, milk or a banana as a binder, baking soda, your preferred sweetener, and whatever mix-ins you feel like having that day. You can prepare a batch of oatmeal in a loaf or bake individual oatmeal cups. The nearly endless flavor and topping options, like cinnamon toast baked oats or brownie baked oats, are the best part of this TikTok hack. By doing this, you won't ever get sick of eating the same microwave oatmeal with brown sugar or apple cinnamon.

Avocado, Condensed Milk, and Ice

Although this avocado dessert was already a common Filipino delicacy, it gained popularity in the US after becoming a TikTok internet sensation. Though you may not think of avocados as being used in sweet desserts, we highly suggest giving this dish a try for a tasty and cool snack on a hot day. Simply combine chopped avocado, ice cubes, and sweetened condensed milk in a bowl, then drizzle with sweetened condensed milk to serve. Anyone attempting to fight the heat will love this quick, creamy, and icy treat that just takes a few minutes to prepare.

Salmon Bowl

The majority of the 2022 TikTok food trends have been sushi-related dishes, but few are as well-known as Emily Mariko's salmon bowl trick. It consists of a bowl of salmon and leftover or warmed rice, as well as a variety of sauces and avocados. The pièce de résistance is that each bite is accompanied by a sheet of nori. Basically, you'll place the nori on top of your mixed bowl and a slice of avocado before picking it up with chopsticks and forming it into something that resembles a sushi roll.

Baked Feta Pasta

Even if you don't use TikTok, there's a good chance you've heard of the baked feta pasta obsession. It was first created in 2019 by Finnish culinary blogger Jenni Häyrinen, and it became so well-liked on TikTok that it led to a global shortage of brined Greek cheese. The simple dish takes under 30 minutes to prepare and just calls for a few ingredients, including whole cherry tomatoes, garlic, and fresh basil.

Custard Yogurt Toast

Ingredients for the toast that has gone viral are readily available in most kitchens. It has dairy, carbohydrates, and an air fryer, much like other excellent TikTok recipes. Even better, the procedure requires less work than even the simplest and fastest cheesecake recipe. First, make a carb canyon in the middle of any slice of bread by using a spoon to flatten the middle. Then, fill it with a yogurt, egg, and sweetener concoction. After that, garnish with delectable toppings and bake or air fry the dish until the crust resembles creme brûlée. It would be wonderful to replace the basic white bread with a thick slice of brioche or even pound cake, and substituting yogurt for mascarpone or ricotta results in a more savory version of dessert breakfast toast.