If you haven’t downloaded TikTok yet, now is the time. We’ve seen various viral challenges, iconic celebrity videos and so much more on the platform, and now we’re taking a look at the best food videos and recipes on the site. Whether you’re on the app for dancing content or cute cat videos, there’s no doubt that you’ve caught a glimpse of the “TikTok Food Accounts” on your For You page.
Best TikTok Food Accounts
TikTok has given us a way to easily share video content without much editing or direction, creating fun and wholesome content that can be shared across multiple platforms, and now when most of us are spending more time online due to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s no better place to consume content – especially when it comes to food and cooking.
]Creating delicious food is a great way to spend the day while learning new skills, not to mention how fun and time consuming it is. The platform is perfect for recipes, after all: Whether in 15 seconds or 60, you can quickly watch these professionals explain every step of how to make a meal.
Looking to test out a new cultural cuisine? They’ve got you covered. Only eat vegan food? No worries, there are accounts for you too. If you’re trying to beat boredom right now, there are some TikTok Food Accounts who will help you hone in on your skills in the kitchen.
So, we’ve put together seven of our favorite chefs and food accounts on TikTok. With the Covid-19 quarantine, there’s no better time to try out new recipes and eat delicious treats.
Take a look at our top picks below, and for more TikTok info, don’t miss “Top TikTok Trends in 2021”.
1. TikTok Food Accounts: “coffeebae97”
Coffee Bae let us all pretend that, even in 2020, we had a bae of our own to make us complicated and delicious coffee drinks every morning. Plus, she almost had me splurging on a bougie ice machine because the only thing that can save this year is the perfect tiny ice cube in my drinks, okay?!
2. Food Accounts: “eitan”
Eitan Bernath is an 18-year-old chef who makes quick and engaging videos on everything from how to recreate Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to how to elevate your food photography.
The creator has created a series on his Instagram dubbed “Quarantine Cooking,” where he showcases easy recipes to inspire his audience through self-isolation due to coronavirus.
3. Vivian Aronson or “cookingbomb”
After appearing on season 10 of popular TV series Master Chef, Vivian Aronson has taken to TikTok to showcase her recipes. With a focus on Asian cuisines, Vivian teaches us how to make kimchi, how to use chopsticks, how to make Chinese pancakes and so much more, and a big plus is that her adorable kids usually make an appearance in her videos.
4. “Tabitha Brown”, TikTok Vegan account
Even the most seasoned carnivore can’t help but love Tabitha‘s warm voice and unfailing optimism, even in 2020. Plus, she has some bomb vegan recipes that use common meat substitutions, so you still ~feel~ like you’re eating meat.
5. Maya or “starbucksrecipeswithm”
Ever wondered how to recreate famous Starbucks drinks at home? Maya is here to show you. Her step-by-step guides show how to put together iconic beverages like the Pink Drink or the colorful Tie-Dye Frappuccino, and she’s even developed her own signature cup flip (which we won’t attempt at home).
6. “spiritedla” bartender account on TikTok
What better time to perfect your cocktail skills than during quarantine, when we literally have nothing else to do but drink? Come for the booze, stay for the vintage clothes. *Sips a cocktail while wearing pajamas.* Join spiritedla to enjoy your drink!
7. “Foodies” among TikTok Food Accounts
Although this account isn’t technically “a chef,” it deserves to be on the list because of all the drool-worthy food videos. Most of us aren’t able to currently go out to restaurants due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but some of these foodies videos will keep us occupied until we can go out and try the food for ourselves.
8. “cookingwithshereen” on TikTok
You know that cool aunt of yours who is always showing up to the family gatherings with the best dishes? Chef Shereen will remind you of her. Whether it’s homemade pasta, chicken noodle soup, Sunday sauce, something more special like lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, she’s got you covered. Her videos are warm, inviting, and great ways to break down the basics of many go-to dishes.
9. “jennymartinezzz” and TikTok food
Did someone say Taco Tuesday? Because Jenny Martinez serves up all the best recipes ranging from a rich guacamole to delicious tacos in multiple ways. Burritos, desserts and so much more, there’s no doubt you’ll be craving Mexican food after browsing her page.
10. “chelsweets” on TikTok
Satisfy your sweet-tooth with the most fantastic cakes, sweets and baked goods. Chelsweets creates incredible cakes in the shapes of dumplings and cartoon characters, as well as easy at-home baking like brownies, banana bread and more – all ideal for devouring at any time of day.
11. “thebalesky” food account
Amie Balesky brings charming energy to cooking that is much needed right now. Her recipes vary from breaking down the basics (like homemade waffles in the morning if you’re tired of heating up some Eggos) and the perfectly creamy mashed potatoes to more adventurous meals such as Cheetos mac ‘n’ cheese (yes, seriously!) and parmesan-crusted pork loin.
12. Jessica Woo and TikTok food accounts
Jessica Woo is everyone’s favorite mom on TikTok, as she posts her daily lunch-prep for her children. She gets creative with adorable fruits and vegetable shapes, and delicious sandwiches and wraps that are so cute you wouldn’t want to eat them! She also shares videos of her adorable children, which always guarantees a big smile.
Food And Cooking TikToks Trends
1. Korean cooking
2. Playing with some dough and make newly shaped recipes
3. Introducing different types of desserts for a sweet tooth
4. Attractive taco nights with different recipes
5. You can make something as simple as tomatoes and burrata
6. Increasing interest in homemade pasta
7. DIY sushi hacks
8. cheese and charcuterie board for parties
9. bread becomes art on TikTok
10. Not an average omelet! try an amazing one.
In short, TikTok is a controversial social media platform. Despite it being scrutinized for privacy concerns, Millennials and Gen-Z alike are using this platform to share some of the best content since Vine. TikTokers are creative — remixing audio, dancing, duetting, cosplaying, and more (cooking now!).
TikTok Food Accounts are where people get creative in the kitchen. Check out the list above and tell us which one is your favorite?