Even if you don’t have TikTok, you’re going to love how easy this keto baked feta pasta is to make. It’s zesty, creamy, and takes less than 30 minutes to make (all in one dish). With 4g net carbs, it’s a simple dinner that the whole family can enjoy too.
Keto Baked Feta Pasta Tiktok
Making pasta sauce from scratch can be confusing, but it always tastes so much better.
This recipe uses the ultimate TikTok hack by placing all the sauce ingredients into a baking dish along with some feta cheese, and simply baking until it’s done (kinda like a baked feta psiti).
You could bake this in a dish like in the picture above, or you could double the recipe and bake it in a large square dish (or even a dutch oven without the lid).
If the recipe gets any large than just for two servings, try mashing the tomato, feta and garlic with a potato masher. This might make your life a little easier!
Keto Pasta Alternatives Australia
There are a few different types of keto pasta alternatives available in Australia. Here are some of my favourites:
- Konjac Noodles (super lo-cal) – This one typically looks just like real noodles, but doesn’t really taste like real noodles. If you’re going for looks, then this pasta will likely be the one to pick.
- Black Bean Fettuccini – Slendier is a brand that uses black beans, and creates a really delicious fettuccini. I love the taste of these noodles and tend to prefer them over the konjac noodles.
- Eggplant Noodles – Are a great option, but tend to be watery and hard to cut. If you’re going for ease, I wouldn’t recommend these.
- Zucchini Noodles – Again, can be watery but are often a simple replacement for keto pasta alternatives if you live in a rural area.
At coles and woolworths here in australia, the danish style white cheese is the best one to use (since its creamy and smooth). However, you certainly can use regular greek feta cheese, but you will likely need to remove the additional salt from the recipe.
Keto Baked Feta Pasta
- 200 g cherry tomatoes or perino tomatoes
- 100 g feta cheese or white danish style cheese
- 1 Tbsp olive oil
- 1/2 tsp salt and pepper
- 1 tsp dired chili or harissa spice mix
- 3 cloves garlic reduce if you like a mild garlic flavour
- 1 packet keto alternative noodles slendier or konjack noodles
- grated parmesan cheese to serve
- Preheat your fan-forced oven to 200C (400F) (220C or 420F if non fan forced)
- Into a medium baking tray, place the tomatoes, and cover with 1/2 the olive oil. Mix until well combined.
- Add the salt, pepper, and dried chili (I used harrissa spice mix which is also fantastic). Mix until well coated.
- Make a gap between the tomatoes, and place the feta cheese into the middle. Place the remaining olive oil over the cheese along with the garlic, and place into the oven for 20 minutes.
- Cook 4 servings of the pasta of your choice according to the direction. If using the black bean fetttechini, boil a pot of water and cook for 7 minutes or until your desired tecture. Drain and set aside.
- Remove the baked feta and tomato dish from the oven, and using two forks press mixture together until it's all well combined.
- Place the cooked pasta into the baked feta dish, and mix until the pasta is well coated in the cheese tomato sauce. Serve with a sprinkle of parmesah cheese
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