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There’s a new baked feta TikTok hack, but it’s not what you’d expect

It promises to change the way you eat cheese and crackers.
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If there’s one thing TikTok foodies love to get creative with in the kitchen, it’s baked feta.

WATCH BELOW: TikTok’s baked feta dip hack

We’ve had a number of wacky and delicious foods hacks that have always managed to go viral on the social media platform, including the controversial baked feta pasta dish with strawberries.

And, there’s a new twist on the baked feta trend that’s currently making its way through TikTok, and that is the baked feta cracker dip.

Long gone are the days where you would simply open up a bag of crackers and pile on some cheese and eat it just like that, because this new hack promises to change it all.

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“No more boring cheese & crackers!” (Credit: TikTok)

Ayeh Far, who goes by the name Cooking with Ayeh on TikTok, has whipped up a new baked feta, tomato and olive dish that’s made to serve with crackers.

“No more boring cheese & crackers!” she captioned the video (which you can watch in the player at the top of this story), where she shows exactly how to make the dish in a few easy steps.

To make the new dish, you’ll need feta, mixed olives, cherry tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, oregano and chilli flakes.

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This baked feta dip hack is popular for a reason. (Credit: TikTok)

You start off by adding the sliced olives and colourful cherry tomatoes to an oven dish, and then grate a clove of garlic on top.

Once you drizzle olive oil on top, you mix all those ingredients together, and make some room in the middle for a block of feta cheese.

After the feta is in, you season it with a sprinkle of oregano, chilli flakes and another drizzle of olive oil, and then bake in the pre-heated oven for 20 minutes.

What you’re left with is the perfect dip for your crackers that will surely impress your guests, or you can simply enjoy it on your own during a night in.

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