How to Make Your Recipe Go Viral on Pinterest [Infographic]

Pinterest is where food lovers go to be with their own kind — no one will judge you for over-sharing on this network. But some recipes are more habit-forming than others.

From this infographic, you’ll learn which courses, dishes, ingredients have the best odds of spreading, how big the images need to be to lure in unsuspecting pinners, and what time you should post to reach the most foodies.

Who knew that Stevia, a natural sugar alternative, would top the list of most viral ingredients? Why are appetizers a yes and sauces a no? Feastie Analytics has the stats to prove these and other mysteries in the infographic below.

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