A viral video has tons of people baking cheese and tomatoes and tossing them with pasta for an amazingly easy supper. We altered the original recipe to make this low carb baked feta pasta from Tik Tok & we aren’t sad about it!
Easy weeknight meals are kinda my love language. Keeping low carb/Trim Healthy Mama/Keto easy is how I stay consistent on the plan. Because let’s face it, no one wants to drag out a cookbook every night.
And this recipe is so simple. It also tastes a little bit fancy which is so nice for a meal that was so easy. If you haven’t made this yet, do it. Like tonight. Seriously.
I made it Saturday night and on Monday I picked up more ingredients from the grocery to make it again!
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Low Carb Baked Feta Pasta from Tik Tok
Dump, bake & mix. Low carb baked feta pasta is that easy. Serve it up with a big salad and a rotisserie chicken breast and you have a full meal with very little effort!
It looks like this trend started with the FeelGoodFoodie and spiraled from there. And we are pretty happy that she posted it because it is a dinner time game changer.
What You Need:
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Olive Oil
- Fresh Basil
- Minced Garlic
- Low Carb Pasta Substitute
- Rotisserie Chicken (Optional)
What Can I Use For A Low Carb Pasta Substitute?
There are several options for you if you are trying to avoid the extra carbs in traditional pasta.
Baking the Feta & Tomatoes
In a 9×13 pan, slice a big block of feta lengthwise. Place the cheese in middle of the pan and place cherry tomatoes around the pan.
Drizzle generously with olive oil and freshly ground pepper.
Bake at 400 Degrees for 30 minutes.
Remove from the oven and add 2 teaspoons of minced garlic while it is piping hot.
Add in a box of cooked Dreamfields. Mix everything well.
**Note** I would add some pasta and stir. Then add a little more and stir. Just so you don’t have dry pasta.
Sprinkle with fresh Basil and serve!
If you want to use a rotisserie chicken (and I recommend it!), just slice up some of the warm chicken and serve it on top of the low carb baked feta pasta.
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