It looks like unique names aren't just for the children of celebrities anymore. More and more parents are leaning towards the food category when it comes time to find inspiration to name their children. According to the Huffington Post, after Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin named their daughter Apple in 2005, the name was used 44 times the following year.

It looks like the food name trend has continued and while Apple is low on the list, it is still there. While some of the names may sound familiar and "more normal" to you, there are definitely some on here that might have you looking twice.

Here are some of the food related names newborns were given in 2016 in the U.S.:

  • Jasmine (2,625 girls, six boys)
  • Olive (1,155 girls, nine boys)
  • Sage (928 girls, 526 boys)
  • Rosemary (729 girls)
  • Clementine (378 girls)
  • Nori (168 girls, 13 boys)
  • Pepper (136 girls, nine boys)
  • Maple (113 girls)
  • Kale (100 boys)
  • Lotus (88 girls, seven boys)
  • Brie (75 girls)
  • Ginger (56 girls)
  • Honey (50 girls)
  • Candy (49 girls)
  • Cherry (40 girls)
  • Saffron (30 girls)
  • Huckleberry (27 boys)
  • Lemon (26 girls)
  • Basil (22 girls, 60 boys)
  • Curry (13 boys)
  • Anise (13 girls)
  • Apple (11 girls)
  • Berry (10 boys)
  • Lilikoi (eight girls)
  • Cayenne (eight girls)
  • Maize (six girls, five boys)
  • Amaranth (five girls)