Food photography allows us to share food with friends, family, and perfect strangers across vast distances, which is awesome because now you don’t have to rely on our taste buds to enjoy food. Just one look at these awesome meals will make your eyes bulge and your mouth water! These food trends are mouth-watering scrumptious works of art. They’re so Instagrammable, that you’ll want to bring your camera or smartphone to document every bite. Whether you’re eager to try something new or you’re looking to be dazzled by these foods’ presentation, here are some creative food trends that are a visual delight.At Taiyaki in New York City, you can get the most adorable dessert ever. The fact that the ice cream cone looks like a fish is just part of the fun. The tail holds a little extra surprise. It’s either filled with red bean or custard.
Cafes in Australia and India are adding a little pizzazz to conventional coffee and cappuccino drinks by adding a swirl of edible glitter art. Given how quickly this phenomenon is growing thanks to the help of the internet, don’t be surprised if you see this in your coffee shop at some point in the future.
Inspired by regular tacos, an ice cream taco contains rolled-up ice cream, a sweet wafer as a taco shell, and toppings that include sprinkles, Fruity Pebbles, and candy. Of course, if you decide to do this at home, you can just place a scoop of ice cream and add a bunch of sugary treats on top.
You won’t need chopsticks to eat this sushi. It’s styled to look like a burger. In fact, the sticky rice is shaped like burger buns, while avocados serve as lettuce. Everything else is made of sushi and makes this a mouth-watering cuisine.
You can use a piping bag to fill the hole with some Nutella, vanilla, Bavarian cream, or anything else you can think of. Just one of these fried-dough pastries is enough to make your mouth water, but a bunch of these will make your heart flutter.
Leopard print bread is an interesting baking trend that you should definitely try. It takes a little work to create this unusual, cat-like print, but it will wow your friends and family when they see the brown and white feline markings on each loaf.
This swirls of cotton candy, ice cream, and delicious sweet toppings are probably the nightmare of any parent who wants to keep their kids from getting cavities. But this cotton candy burrito looks so sweet that it might be worth a trip to the dentist.
By using some clear or white noodles, some purple cabbage, which will give the noodles the shade of color they need and some lemon or lime juice, you’ll have a bowl of glass-like noodles that are quick, simple, and magical.
Ice cream of any kind is difficult to resist, but when someone gives you ice cream scoops in the shape of a rose, then you’ll feel like you’ve gone straight to heaven. If you happen to be in Sydney, Australia, you should totally visit I Creamy and order a flower Gelato.
This is probably how your brain will feel after you’ve drank this shot. It’s made with layers of Peach Schnapps, Blue Curaçao, Baileys Irish Cream, and a drop or two of grenadine.
Why bake or buy a whole cake when you can make these adorable cake shot glasses? Just line the cups with a thin chocolate coating on the inside to prevent the liquid from escaping and maybe add a few “Star Wars” themed decorations, and you’ll have the perfect shot for your next “Star Wars” marathon.
There’s a place in Dubai called the Black Tap Café, where you can order one of these cake milkshakes. They’re topped with cake, hard candy, Sour Patch Kids, cotton candy, and pretty much everything under the rainbow.
The funfetti-style treat is full of colors throughout the flaky layers thanks to the rainbow sprinkles. Plus, the mascarpone filling makes it even more mouthwatering because it’s loaded with sugary tastiness that will have you begging for a second one.
This photo here is a black Oreo ice cream. But you can pretty much turn any food item black by using an array of ingredients like squid-ink to make hot dog buns black for example. You can even use black seaweed, black truffles, or activated charcoal to make your food more gothic.
At Bar Luca in Sydney, Australia, you can order the rainbow burger, which uses buns that are so colorful that you’ll feel like you’re eating all the colors of the rainbow.
Not only are the glass noodles gluten-free, but they make for quite an interesting psychedelic side dish. You can change the hue of the noodles by squeezing some lime juice. You then soak them in butterfly pea flower tea, drain them, and then serve. Wow! Color us impressed!
What would happen if you didn’t have to choose? A New York City pastry chef named Dominique Ansel risked his life savings to create his bakery and in that bakery, he came up with a cronut. The cronut is a croissant-donut pastry that essentially offers the best of both worlds.
Its combination of Matcha tea flavored ice cream and Taro ice cream, which is derived from the root of a potato-style vegetable. What you’ll get is a yummy treat that is soft, so you don’t have to risk breaking a spoon to eat it or get chills when you try to bite into it like you would a regular hard ice cream.
Aside from the fact that it’s topped with a swirl of whipped cream, which should already win you over, it’s topped with chocolate sauce and edible glitter. Now, this is the kind of treat that you would definitely want to share with your sweetheart.
You can order yourself some soft serve ice cream or even a drink. They’re all topped with cotton candy, which makes it even more delicious. It’s also so fluffy and cute that you’re going to want to go on a road trip to LA more frequently.