Trending Now in Food Blogging – March

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Hello, friends! Happy [almost] March! ☘️

March is an interesting month for search trends. It seems like there really is no rhyme or reason for some of the recipes readers are searching for in March, but with a little creativity, you can serve your readers some mouthwatering eats that are perfect for this time of year.

Ready? Let’s dive in.

St. Patrick’s Day

March 17: the day of green clothes, green beer, and green treats! Readers will be searching for festive ways to celebrate this year.

Screenshot of St. Patrick's Day search on Google Trends

Maybe you want to go a little traditional and talk about the history and meaning of St. Patrick’s Day. It’s interesting that a holiday so closely related to parades, parties, and alcohol began as a religious feast, right?

Or perhaps you want to go all-out with St. Patrick’s Day-inspired food this year. Or you can share some traditional Irish recipes with your readers – soda bread, Irish whiskey cocktails, or roasted potatoes. Or maybe even add some green foods to traditionally non-green recipes. There are so many ways to get festive this St. Patrick’s Day.

Mark your calendars: St. Paddy’s Day is Wednesday, March 17th!

March Madness

Okay, I know basketball isn’t really food-related, but it totally can be. And if you’re ever wanting to post basketball-inspired recipes, now is the time to do it:

Screenshot of March Madness search on Google Trends

This is the time of year to post your basketball game day recipes—think fun finger foods, cute desserts, and delectable dips for dunking (pun intended 🏀). March Madness goes from March 18th – April 5th, so get cookin’!


Speaking of cyclical terms… egg searches (unsurprisingly) spike right at the end of March!

Screenshot of egg search on Google Trends

Eggs are so versatile, and there are so many creative ways you can use them this time of year.

If you want to go Easter-related, try posting fun egg-decorating tips or a deviled egg recipe. If you want to step outside the box a bit, try adding your personal flair to classic egg-filled recipes like egg salad or frittatas.

Easter is on Sunday, April 4th this year, so be sure to get all of your egg-related content out in mid-to late-March!

April Fools

It’s funny to think about April in a post about March trends, but it makes sense considering the very first day of April signifies the day for jokes, bamboozling, and hoodwinkery.

Maybe you can get those creative juices flowing and come up with a recipe that celebrates the fun and trickery surrounding April 1st. Think: food that looks like a different food, recipes that are a different color than usual, or “food crafts” parents can make for their kids.

One of my very favorite examples is Spaghettieis, which is actually a fairly common sundae in Germany. As the name suggests, it’s ice cream… that looks like spaghetti! Ice cream is pushed through a potato ricer (to resemble noodles), covered in a strawberry sauce (marinara), topped with chocolate truffles or cake balls (meatballs), and dusted with white chocolate shavings (parmesan). Fun and delicious! 🍝


Spring is almost here, and readers will be looking for tips on starting their spring gardens!

Screenshot of gardening search on Google Trends

As food bloggers, we can focus on the edible kind of gardening and create resources for growing the best and tastiest vegetable garden around. Then you can create recipes based on the veggies growing in your garden. It’s a delicious cycle!

Monk Fruit

And last but not least: according to the Exploding Topics tool, “monk fruit” is an exploding topic (a keyword experiencing steep growth) right now!

Screenshot of monk fruit result on Exploding Topics

Monk fruit is actually a small round fruit native to China that’s oftentimes used as a low-calorie sweetener. So, if you’re a food blogger posting healthy or keto recipes, it might be a good ingredient to incorporate in your recipes.

Let’s chat: What trends are you most excited for this month? Leave a comment to let us know!

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    1. Most often cited culprit is rice and rice flour, which is used in many prepared gluten-free foods. Much rice and rice flour is high in arsenic.

  1. I’m pretty sure that Easter is actually on April 1–which would definitely explain why Easter cake is in the searches right now!

  2. You forgot Pi day! How could you!?

    In the UK, the 14th of March is also Mothers day.

    No guesses needed what my Mum will be getting this year 🙂

    1. Oh my goodness, I can’t believe we forgot about Pi day! One of the most important days of the year in my book. We’ll have to add it on there! 😊

      And good to know that Mother’s Day is coming up in the UK!