9 Food Trends You’ll Be Seeing Everywhere This Spring
Don’t get us wrong: We’re still obsessed with slow-cooker cocktails, everything bagel seasoning and cacio e pepe-style veggies. But we’re also counting down the days until it gets warmer and brighter outside, and we’re so ready for the next crop of trends. Bring it on, spring.
Sparkling coffee typically combines fresh juice, coffee and carbonation in adorable pop-top cans for the road. (It sounds like a weird combo, but it's tasty, we promise.) Prepare to see the beverage bubbling up in grocery stores this season.
Beach bod season is fast approaching—but wait, that doesn’t mean you have to give up fried chicken. All you have to do is turn to the air fryer to whip up some magically light and crispy snacks with little or no oil. Win-win.
Meet the brilliant German trend of cooking pasta like…you guessed it, risotto. Because pasta cooks way more quickly than rice (in 30 minutes or less), you don’t have to stand over the stove for hours to achieve creamy, flavorful results. Get creative and stir in spring veggies like baby lettuces, peas and asparagus.
Forget the Cronut. That was so three years ago. This new creation is everything you want in a taco (pulled pork with avocado, cream and barbecue jackfruit) wrapped in the buttery goodness of a savory croissant shell.
Warm-Weather Instant Pot Recipes
Yes, your favorite gadget is great at whipping up warm and cozy meals in a matter of minutes. But pro tip: It can also make your summer favorites, like pulled pork tacos, a complete breeze. Keep it out all season long for less time in the kitchen and more time playing outside.
Move over, keto: Anti-inflammatory eating is totally having a moment. Celebs like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Tom Brady swear by it, and inflammation-fighting ingredients like turmeric and moringa are cropping up in everything from juice bars to beauty products.
Light as air and delightfully jiggly, this miraculous dessert is nothing like the New York cheesecake you’re used to. It’s made with just a few ingredients (cream cheese, eggs and white chocolate) and tastes like the moistest sponge in the universe. Prepare to see recipes sweeping the Interwebs.
Restaurants and coffee shops are adding a pinch of the herbal, fragrant spice to lattes, baked goodies or even roast chicken to instantly up the ante and add a little je ne sais quoi. Want to try it at home? Crush a cardamom pod and add it to your coffee grounds before brewing.