TikTok recipes bring the enjoyment of sharing food with each other on a digital platform. It lets us connect with people all over the world through delicious foods—an experience worth not missing out on! We've broken down the TikTok inspiration video recipes featured in the digital version of Seasons Magazine into easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.
Please enjoy some of our favorite recipes inspired by TikTok; from Hot Cocoa Bombs to Banana Peel Bacon, Strawberry-Tomato Boursin Pasta to Cloud Bread. Bon Appetit! Be sure to tag us in your video on TikTok.
One-Dish Spinach-and-Artichoke Pasta Bake
Baked pasta is a recipe for social media success, and our spinach and artichoke dip is an easy-to-make crowd pleaser. Together: it is a dish made for likes.
4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Bread
This keto-friendly recipe pairs familiar ingredients with a simple cooking method. For single servings, divide into coffee mugs and microwave each on high for up to 1-1/2 minutes.
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Wild Mushroom and Ricotta Toast
Elevate toast by using ingredients in an unconventional way in an open face presentation.
French Toast Cereal
Shrink French toast into bite-size pieces to enjoy by the spoonful, instead of needing a knife and a fork.
These candied bacon twists have a delicious kick of heat.
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Hot Cocoa Bombs
This delicious hot chocolate hack can be made using tablespoons.
Combine two breakfast staples into one tasty bowl.
Strawberry-Tomato Boursin Pasta
The combo of strawberries and tomatoes may seem odd, but trust us—it's amazing. We even have a video tutorial to walk you through the recipe.
Banana Peel Bacon
Banana Peel Bacon might be the weirdest food trend out there, but it's a new vegan go-to.
Everyone loves baking bread, and this pastel-colored Cloud Bread makes the process especially easy.
Who knew instant coffee could look and taste so decadent?
Strawberry-Banana Tortilla Wrap
If you haven't made a quesadilla, breakfast wrap, or sweet snack using this tortilla hack... you're doing it wrong.
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Break out the air fryer and make these crispy buffalo-seasoned pasta chips for a savory and crunchy snack.