Ready for the hottest food trends for 2018? After the majority of the experts around the world posted their food forecasts for 2018, I decided to share 11 of the hottest food trends for 2018 that will make all of your meals this year something to remember.
1 Floral Infusions
Whether in drinks or desserts, floral infusions will be a big hit beyond just tea. Lavender lemonade is already sweeping the Pinterest scene and is definitely one of the hottest food trends for 2018.
2 Middle Eastern Spices and Foods
These will become even more popular than before in the West. Everyone loves something spicy and delicious, and that's where Middle Eastern cuisine comes into play.
3 Food in Cocktails
Forget about the classic drinks. It's time to concoct interesting combinations with soups and syrups. How about a Bloody Mary with a cheeseburger inside?
Need I say more? These are delicious and alcohol-free and just as popular as they've ever been.
5 Fermented Foods
"Gut health" was the word in 2017 and it's still the word in 2018. Fermented foods such as kimchi, miso, kombucha, and kefir are our first line of defense against diarrhea in the short run and will help our gut biome flourish in the long run.
Just like veganism was a hot trend of 2017, more people are looking at vegetarianism because it is slightly less strict than veganism, but with a lot of the same health benefits.
7 All Day Breakfast
Not just the classic Western-style but also with Asian and Middle Eastern specialties. Can you say YUM?!
Yes, collagen is in certain foods, and yes, it is increasingly popular! Everyone wants to keep a youthful and healthy appearance and that's where this comes in.
Help your metabolism and "spice up" your mood, lower risks of cancer, heart attack and stroke with hot foods.
10 Tart Cherries
Tart cherry has the ability to reduce pain and inflammation while the sleep-deprived love tart cherry because it is a natural source of melatonin.
Cassava is the perfect alternative flour and is found in many paleo recipes and is both grain and nut free, made from dried cassava root. The reason for its success? It behaves more like traditional wheat flour and has a neutral taste.