Easy Baked Feta Pasta with Roasted Vegetables

Easy Baked Feta Pasta with Roasted Vegetables
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This pasta is so good! I first tried a version of it when it went viral on ticktock and was referred to as “the ticktock pasta” since then I have made it several times and each time, I have tweaked something. I have used goat cheese, different kinds of tomatoes, as well as different spice and blends. The last time I made it, I added lots of extra vegetables and it was hands down the best. As I follow a Mediterranean Way of eating, I make this with whole wheat pasta. I am a big fan of meal planning and I love that this dish allows me to hit the easy button while I am doing other things. Here is how to make easy baked feta pasta with roasted vegetables.

Ingredients needed to make Baked Feta Pasta with Roasted Vegetables

1/2 block of Feta cheese ( I like the traditional sheep feta in brine)

1/4 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 container of grape or cherry tomatoes

one large zucchini

1 pkg of mushrooms

1/2 of an onion

2-3 cloves of fresh garlic

2 t Herbes De Provence

8 oz whole grain pasta

To make:

Preheat the oven to 375

Place the feta in the center of a large baking dish

put the chopped vegetables all around the feta

Pour the olive oil on top of the feta

sprinkle the seasoning on the dish

Bake at 375 for about 30 minutes or until warm and bubbly

Once it is done, stir the feta into the roasted vegetables – this will make an absolutely delicious creamy sauce.

The baked feta sizzles deliciously when you take it out of the oven.

Next, Add in the Pasta and fold in all the ingredients.

Whole grain pasta perfectly compliments the cheese and roasted vegetables.

Now that you know how to make easy baked feta pasta with roasted vegetables, I know it will become a family favorite!

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