• Trending Food

    10 viral TikTok food and nutrition trends to avoid

    When it comes to food, TikTok videos can introduce consumers to kitchen hacks or interesting recipes to try, and even be educational. While some viral nutrition trends and “challenges” may be harmless, some promote severe restriction, disordered eating, nutrition misinformation or have the potential to waste your hard-earned money. Let’s explore 10 TikTok nutrition trends that aren’t worth the hype. Liquid chlorophyll: Chlorophyll is a green pigment that plants use to make food. Supplemental chlorophyll can be sourced from plants that undergo photosynthesis, like green leafy vegetables, wheatgrass, algae, alfalfa and green tea. It can also be made synthetically. Many  

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  • Appetizers

    25 New Year’s Eve Appetizers That TikTok Is Obsessing Over

    You don’t have to travel to Louisiana to enjoy an authentic crab boil for your New Year’s Eve snacks. You might not have to travel any further than your kitchen. Embrace the Cajun flavors and step outside your comfort zone this season. Also, props to this sound for being #onbrand. Bacon Jalapeño Cheese Balls TikTok content This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from. Do you ever read an appetizer’s name and love every single word? Bacon? Check. Jalapeños? Double-check. Cheese balls? An infinite number of checks. We’re starting to think cheese makes everything better. Walking  

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  • Food Recipes

    How Some Viral TikTok Recipes Lead to Ingredient Shortages

    I learned a hard lesson on a recent trip to my local Asian supermarket, Tan A. There, in a refrigerated display between the puffed tofu and quail eggs, gaped a hole where the Kewpie mayo would usually be found. Where were my beloved plastic-wrapped bottles with the eponymous little cherub? I wondered in a mild panic. When I found the shopkeeper and asked him where the Kewpie was, he threw his hands up in disgust: “Sold out! TikTok!” he yelled before shuffling away. While TikTok trends touch on everything from fashion to dance moves, none may be as prolific and  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Man Exposes How Fast Food Ice Can Make You Ill in Viral TikTok

    A heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) worker is going viral on TikTok after posting a video of a moldy commercial ice machine at an undisclosed fast food restaurant. “A lot of times people go to a restaurant, they get sick, and they think it’s food poisoning, or their food made them sick,” the man said in the video. “Let me tell you this, there’s a chance that it was their ice that got you sick.” In the viral video which has been viewed more than 2.8 million times since being posted three days ago, the user @jantheman____ showed the  

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  • Coffee Recipe

    Skip Starbucks with these viral TikTok pumpkin spice latte recipes

    The air is crisp, and we’re starting to crave our favorite fall flavor: pumpkin. For coffee lovers, that often means trips to the coffee shop to sample a seasonal fall drink, like Starbucks’ iconic Pumpkin Spice Latte. But if you’re looking to skip a trip to Starbucks (and save some dough), we’ve rounded up viral recipes so you can recreate fall beverages at home. From the classic PSL to the newer apple and brown sugar-flavored macchiato, give these copycat recipes a try: Pumpkin spice latte at-home recipe This is the OG fall drink of pumpkin coffee lovers. You can’t  

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  • Trending Food

    Frozen honey is the latest TikTok trend, but can it make you sick?

    When we think of honey, we think of cold-weather comforts — a drizzle on a steaming bowl of oatmeal or a spoonful in a hot cup of tea. Does honey have a place in the warm weather? According to TikTok, yes — in “frozen” form. It’s a trend that’s going viral this summer for its chilly sweetness: Videos under the hashtag #FrozenHoney have over 826 million collective views. Davey RZ, one of the first TikTokers to post about the treat, said he was struck with the idea to freeze honey in a bottle and eat it like a popsicle  

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    How To Make Kinder Bueno Iced Coffee, According To TikTok

    It’s iced coffee season, people. And in case you hadn’t already guessed, we live and breath the stuff (we’ve even got a whole recipe round-up dedicated to iced coffee). But if there’s one combination we’re yet to try, it’s Kinder Bueno. And luckily for you (and us) we’ve just discovered how to make one. And it’s all thanks to TikToker, Courtney Reid. Courtney recently uploaded a video showing her step-by-step iced coffee process, and people have been loving every second of it. It’s currently reached over 600,000 people, and has 23,000 comments. Looks like we’re not the only ones  

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