Survey Reveals Which TikTok Food Trends People Can't Stand

Step aside, Pinterest — over the last year, TikTok has become the place to go for recipes, cooking hacks, and the wildest culinary creations. There was pancake cereal, which is essentially just a huge bowl of carbs and sugar. There was cloud bread, which is a healthier, fluffier, way more Instagram-worthy alternative to regular bread. There was, of course, whipped Dalgona coffee, with its frothy texture and deliciously sweet flavors. And most recently, there was the baked feta pasta, that is the definition of chessy comfort food. The list of TikTok food trends goes on and on...and on.

But of all the fads that have taken the social media platform by storm, which is the most hated? To find out, Mashed polled over 500 people in the U.S. on their least favorite TikTok trend. Between things like the miniature food obsession and the endless number of Starbucks hacks, here are the crazes that most people agreed they can't stand.

These two trends tied for the least favorite

There was no clear winner in the battle for the worst TikTok food trend. Two tied for first: miniature foods and "What I Eat In A Day" videos. Each one received about 17 percent of the votes. The miniature food craze includes everything from pint-sized donuts to tiny beef Wellingtons. On the other hand, the "What I Eat In A Day" videos are exactly what they sound like: reels showing exactly what an influencer or blogger eats over the course of a day, from the time they wake up to the time they go to bed. Apparently, no one — or at least 17 percent of people — really cares.

Third place went to McDonald's hacks, which received 16 percent of respondents' votes, followed by Starbucks hacks, which got 15 percent. Some 13 percent of people dubbed hot cocoa bombs their least favorite trend. Surprisingly enough, 20 percent of respondents chose the "other" category — but nearly every write-in for that section admitted that it was only because they didn't have or use TikTok.