Day: April 15, 2021

The 8 Best TikTok Food Accounts You Need To Follow For Recipes

TikTok is changing the cooking game for people everywhere. These one-minute, easy-to-follow videos are inspiring people of all ages to try different recipes, experiment with new flavors, and sometimes, just *attempt* cooking, even if they’re afraid of it. While the popularity of ~food TikTok~ definitely skyrocketed during quarantine, it’s also a fandom that’s here to stay.

From Dalgona whipped coffee to the foldable sandwich to the famous one-pan feta pasta, there are always viral recipes popping up on TikTok thanks to its plethora of talented food creators. (Plus all the people who share their re-creations with their own followers.) And if you’ve been wanting to add some of these super-smart pro chefs and at-home cooks that create delicious-looking meals to your feed, look no further.

The social media-savvy (and recipe-loving) editors at Women’s Health have curated this list of all the best TikTok food accounts that have made their

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6 light and bright soup recipes for spring

Spring isn’t necessarily the time of year you naturally associate with soup but if you haven’t tried making it with fresh, seasonal produce you are seriously missing out! Packed with flavor and nutrients, these sensational soup recipes come together quickly and will result in a great lunch, snack or dinner for you or the whole family. Shop your local farmers market for what looks good and go from there — or grab frozen vegetables as necessary (it’s not cheating, they’re so good for you!).

Here are six of our favorite soups to celebrate spring in your kitchen:

1. Healthy Spring Pea Soup Bread Bowls

Healthy Spring Pea Soup Bread Bowls

Casey Barber

This lightened up and bright version of split pea soup is vegetarian and served in bread bowls, makes for a filling lunch. If you want to skip the bread, serve it in your favorite bowl and garnish with lemon zest.

2. Carrot-Ginger Soup

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‘Popcorn salad’ recipe by Food Network’s Molly Yeh divides Twitter

Forget M&M’s – would you like some mayo with your popcorn?

Social media commenters are playing food critic with a resurfaced recipe for a snap pea salad with popcorn, both savoring and slamming the divisive dish.

Cookbook author Molly Yeh hosts “Girl Meets Farm” on Food Network, and got Twitter talking this week for her crunchy snap pea popcorn salad recipe. The official instructions advise home chefs to mix white cheddar popcorn with a fresh salad of snap peas, carrots and chopped celery, topped with a dressing of mayo, sour cream, cider vinegar, sugar, Dijon mustard and shallot.

Garnished with celery leaves and watercress, the salad is then ready to serve.


In the full Food Network clip, Yeh hyped up the salad as “a riff on an iconic Midwestern dish” and said it could be eaten with a spoon.

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