If you haven’t already seen one of the multitude of versions of the baked feta pasta that’s been all over TikTok (and the internet in general), what on earth have you been doing?
The simple recipe sees a slab of feta placed in a baking tray with cherry or plum tomatoes and tossed with olive oil and mixed herbs.
After this has been baked for half an hour or so, it’s simply mixed with cooked pasta and you have an easy mid-week meal.
The recipe has gained a cult following, and for those with a sweet tooth, there’s now a dessert version too.
TikTok user Andy Kinkade (@dontworryandy) posted a video of the dessert version on his feed last week and it’s already received over 234,000 ‘likes’.
The recipe sees large marshmallows placed in a baking tray and surrounded by Maltesers.
He then drizzles chocolate syrup over it and places it in the oven for a few minutes to melt the marshmallows before putting popcorn (don’t knock it) in the dish and mixing it all together.
Users were quick to applaud the video, which has over 6,000 comments, but some suggested he should have swapped the popcorn out for strawberries, biscuits or brownie bits. Each to their own.
The baked feta pasta recipe isn’t the only one to have gone viral on TikTok this year.
Earlier in January, a wrap hack went viral showing a different way of folding a tortilla - cutting a singular line from the centre of the tortilla to the outer edge and filling each quarter with different toppings.
Later that month users made a sweet version of this too, using a pancake instead which saw four its quarters filled up with sweet treats like Nutella, strawberries, bananas and peanut butter.
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