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What Went Viral in 2011

What Went Viral in 2011

Every year, there’s always a couple viral stories that stand out among the riffraff of pretty infographics and glamorous food photos. In 2008, Improv Everywhere made a splash with their food court musical. Last year, OK Go’s "This Too Shall Pass" music video (in which they have water glasses play the melody, among other insanities) got 31 million views.

So we’ve decided to round up the biggest items of 2011, presenting the 10 stories, people, and of course, the videos that everyone just kept emailing you about this year. This is in no way a comprehensive list, but here’s a reminder of what went viral in 2011.

Kate Middleton and Prince William, courtesy of Wikimedia/Magnus D

The Royal Wedding: Didn’t this feel like such a long time ago? Back in April, everyone was atwitter about what Kate Middleton would wear (McQueen), and of course, what the happy couple would serve. There was champagne, canapés, and a lot of cheese at the lunch reception. As for cake, the bride had a giant fruit cake from Fiona Cairns and there was a chocolate biscuit cake for the groom. Moving on.

Angry Birds: The Rovio android game was so popular this year, it inspired these adorable Angry Birds cupcakes. There's even an Angry Birds cookbook. But all of this is nothing compared to the father who made a playable Angry Birds cake. It took the poor dad 10 hours to make, with green frosting for grass, chocolate cake, chocolate frosting, and iced birds as ammunition. Now, if only the birds would also explode...

Whole Foods Parking Lot Rap: Rap and food seem to go hand in hand (although it sounds weird in retrospect) and it may have started with this snarky rap about the Whole Foods parking lot. Sample lyrics: “Then I take it to the cheese counter, Humboldt Fog? / We just ran out sir! Really Dog? / Take it easy man, I try to calm myself... / I've been on edge ever since they took Kombucha off the shelf.”

Watch above to hear the whole song, then check out a similarly trending rap about making pancakes, set to Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now.”

Ben & Jerry’s "Schweddy Balls" Ice Cream: Media outlets (including The Daily Meal) love it when food businesses have a sense of humor, and Ben & Jerry’s proved their worth by releasing an SNL-inspired flavor: "Schweddy Balls." The flavor combines “vanilla ice cream with a hint of rum and loaded with fudge-covered rum and malt balls." While some taste testers wished the ice cream was more ballsy, some conservatives weren’t too happy with the name. But hey, Ben & Jerry's completely revived the hilarious Alec Baldwin skit from the SNL archives, above.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

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TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

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TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

Fox News Flash top headlines for December 2

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com.

TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.


TikTok reveals the top 10 food trends that went viral in 2020

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TikTok narrowed down the 10 most popular food trends on its platform.

The social media app released “The Year on TikTok: Top 100,” an extensive list that shouted out some of TikTok’s best viral moments in 2020. And naturally the food category racked up billions of views with several creators sharing recipes, fads and hacks.

Here are the top 10 food videos that made it onto TikTok’s year-end list.

1. Strawberry pancake cereal tutorial

Chef and food influencer My Nguyen wowed more than 1.6 million TikTokers since May with her baked mini pancakes that are blended with strawberry milk powder. Berries and syrup complete the dish, no milk needed if you don’t want to go the literal cereal route.

2. Easy whipped coffee how-to

The whipped coffee trend was one of the most popular activities to take off at the start of the pandemic. TikToker coffeebae97 dazzled users with their easy whipped cream version six months ago, which has received more than 3.1 million views.

3. Banana bread recipe from a pro

“Chefie” and author Shereen Pavlides impressed more than 24.8 million TikTokers with her from scratch banana bread recipe, which she managed to fit into a single 60-second clip in March.

4. BBQ lovers' delight

The niche TikTok account bbqfreedom managed to attract more than 43.4 million viewers with a tender, fall off the bone meat video from February.

5. Donut cereal tutorial

Almost anything be turned into cereal on TikTok as seen with the viral donut cereal video shared by Shay and Steph of So Flo Fooodie in May, which has received more than 37,700 views combined across its reposts. Just poke a hole in pancake batter, fry, add icing, mini sprinkles and milk.

6. Gordon Ramsay's cooking reactions

Gordon Ramsay is a fan favorite on the app and has more than 15.7 million followers who tune in for his expert commentary on amateur cooking videos. In August, the world-famous chef went viral for lightheartedly scolding his 20-year-old daughter, HollyAnna Ramsay, for not cooking potatoes the right way. The clip has garnered more than 14.5 million views.

7. Cream cheese and bell pepper sandwich review

Verified keto and low carb recipe sharer Janelle Rohner showed more than 14.1 million TikTokers that they can cut calories with a breadless sandwich video from August, which shows her eating a cream cheese, bell pepper and pepperoni creation.

8. Ice cream cake decorator's story

Ice cream cake decorator Dylan Lemay might have gone viral for the cakes he’s made earlier this year, but more than 35.7 TikTokers were more interested in a video he shared in September that provided a brief autobiography. Lemay has worked with icecream for eight years and has over 7.2 million followers on the app.

9. Chocolate bars step-by-step

MasterChef finalist Nick Digiovanni, 24, demonstrated how TikTokers can make their own chocolate bars from scratch with cacao pods. He first shared the instructional video in September and again in November for a grand total of 32.2 million views to date.

10. DIY hazelnut spread recipe

Cookbook author and influencer Joshua Weissman shared a recipe for TikTokers who are interested in making their own hazelnut spread from scratch. More than 14 million users have seen the clip since its original upload date in August.