Aside from lattes, there's a plethora of other pumpkin spice stuff like lip balm, Pop-Tarts, chips and...cat litter?
If you like spicy food, pickles, and extreme excess, you're in luck.
They're one of the top food trends for 2019.
We've uncovered some of the most popular and delicious food trends that have made their way from the City of Angels to Toronto.
Yes, avocado will still be huge.
Sweet Surrender It's always a good time for maple syrup and Ontario's Southwest produces lots of it. At Richardson's Farm
The ultimate goal for culinary creators would be to come up something deliciously sweet without the calories or guilt. Imagining inhaling a Paula Dean's dessert (she came up with a Krispy Kreme pudding) that came with one third of the calories and was made from nothing but superfoods? For now, that idea is as real as the fairy tales we tell children under four.
Brace yourselves...it's mac n' cheese week and you're in for the CHEESIEST treat ever! As devoted Carbdashians and cheese lovers, we have a special place for this ultimate comfort food. All it takes is one spoonful to instantly bring us back to our childhood.
"Never say never" seems to be the tagline of food trends in 2017. Matcha cookies? Check. Coffee in a cone? Yes, it's happening! Souping and not juicing? You bet it's a rising trend. The fat is back and the plant-based diet is in. Hashtag #crazyfoodtrends.
We're all about ease and simplicity when it comes to mealtime. And what could be easier than a recipe that combines your protein, grains and vegetables in one dish? The trend to eat out of a bowl is widespread. It can be seen in restaurants, on take-out-menus, and home kitchens from coast-to-coast.