As you have probably seen at this point, TikTok user @grilledcheesesocial’s baked feta pasta recipe has gone absolutely freaking viral of late.
The TikTok video has amassed more than 265 thousand likes and is continuing to draw in interest with every passing day.
Considering the internet-wide thirst for easy, quick and delicious cooking hacks on TikTok, I thought it would be useful to pull together a list of other, equally as tasty, useful food hacks that you can pepper your week with.
Ready to dig in? Course you are.
Here’s our list of favourite TikTok food hacks:
Baked feta TikTok pasta recipe by @grilledcheesesocial
Tell me this doesn’t look like a sexy meal to you.
The folded tortilla TikTok trend by @simplefood4you
Section off your ingredients when filling a wrap, and fold it neatly into a triangle when popping it into the sandwich press. Neat and delicious.
Quick kimchi dumplings by @thekoreanvegan
Impress your pals with homemade Korean.
Easy Focaccia by @zaynab_issa
If you didn’t make focaccia in the pandemic times, were you even here?
A to-die-for breakfast sandwich by @acooknamedmatt
Could eat this baby every day and not even feel bad about it.
Mini pancake cereal by @sydneymelhoff
This TikTok video went viral way back in May 2020. It’s still pretty cool, and it’s definitely still delicious so it makes the list.
Oreo cake by @aquickspoonful
Let’s finish this off with dessert, yeah? I honestly wouldn’t be able to trust myself around this bad boy.
Have you tried any of these recipes? Let us know how they turned out! And if you happen to come across any other must-taste TikTok food hacks, be sure to tell us about them in the comments section.
Oh, and while we have you, may as well check out our write up on how to bake pasta without boiling it first. It’s a real time saver.
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