What do you get when you combine oddly satisfying TikTok with food TikTok? At the very least, a good reason to play with your food. To test that theory, here are some satisfying food TikTok accounts that you should definitely follow. Make sure to have the sound on for these.
TikTok creator @the.gingerbaker wows viewers with her soothing cookie-decorating time lapses. An expert of lines and textures, this talented baker knows how to put on a show with a piping bag. It’s the most mouth-watering art tutorial you’ll ever watch.
Chef Ryan Peters (@peterspasta) is the fresh pasta king of TikTok. He’s got nearly 2 million followers, and it’s easy to see why. From raw egg massages to insanely satisfying pasta machine cuts, Chef Ryan’s page will have you yearning for your own homemade Italian feast.
3. Crushing it
Satisfied Crush (@satisfiedcrush) is the ASMR content you never knew you needed. Someone wearing latex gloves crushes random things with a mortar and pestle. They usually crush things like candy and cookies, but they don’t always stick to food. It’s not for everyone, but don’t crush it ‘til you’ve tried it.
The breadmaster behind The Cattery (@thecattery) put everything you need to know in their bio: “This account is all bread ALL the time.” The Cattery’s sourdough videos are the perfect starter for foodies looking to get a taste of ASMR. With mesmerizing pull-aparts, crunchy slicing and dough scoring, The Cattery gives the people what they want.
There’s nothing like opening a fresh pint of ice cream. But if you’re looking for a way to experience this sensation without the calories, check out Magnum Cracker (@magnumcracker) on TikTok. Their mission is simple: Open new pints of ice cream, and crack into them with a spoon. The sound of the wrapper alone will have you sprinting to the freezer aisle.
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