Mediterranean Feta Toast

This delicious Mediterranean toast is topped with refreshing and tangy whipped feta, cherry tomatoes, bell pepper, kalamata olives and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil.

Mediterranean Feta Toast

This recipe /meal/ snack has been something I’ve been making on the fly for years. Whenever I want something quick and tasty, especially in the summer when tomatoes are in season this is what I make.

Whole grain toast topped with this wonderful, whipped feta and plenty of tomatoes is so satisfying and delicious!

The whipped feta is mostly yogurt, in other words I use about double the amount of yogurt than feta resulting in a light a fluffy spread. It’s been inspired by the popular Greek Spicy Whipped Feta Cheese – Tirokafteri which is a delicious dip with some spiciness to it that is served in taverns all over Greece.

Mediterranean Feta Toasts

Mediterranean Feta Toast Ingredients

  • Feta: I’ve mentioned feta, Greece’s national cheese is a protected product in Europe, in other words real feta is considered feta only when it is made in Greece from sheep’s milk or a combination sheep’s and goat milk. Having said that if you are outside of Europe, you will find feta from other countries. If you are not able to find Greek feta, try at least to get this type of cheese that is made from sheep’s milk. Unfortunately, there are many brands out there that label their product feta and is made with cow’s milk, resulting in a different flavor and texture. For more information read this post: 6 Insider Tips for Buying Feta Cheese
  • Greek yogurt: Greek yogurt basically refers to strained yogurt. I use low fat here. You want to make sure that the yogurt is truly strained and does not contain fillers or gelatin that make it artificially thick. I have a guide here: Choosing and eating Greek yogurt
  • Oregano: Dry oregano is a necessity here and it pairs perfectly the whipped feta.
  • Extra virgin olive oil. The olive oil is what makes this meal just a touch richer and satisfying.
  • Bread: I choose 100% whole grain bread. There is a bakery where I live that makes this bread and it only contains flour, yeast and salt. Nothing else. You can also use whole grain crispbread, it won’t be exactly a “toast”, but the concept is the same.
  • Fresh vegetables: The vegetable can vary depending on the season, but tomatoes are the perfect accompaniment to whipped feta. Other great ideas include peppers, cucumbers, onion, zucchini, any variety of greens.
  • Tasty additions: I like to add a few kalamata olives, capers and sundried tomatoes for added flavor. You can rinse these to remove some of the salt.
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Mediterranean Feta Toast

Mediterranean Feta Toasts
Prep Time: 5 minutes
This delicious Mediterranean toast is topped with refreshing and tangy whipped feta, cherry tomatoes, bell pepper, kalamata olives and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil.
Course: Breakfast, lunch, Snack
Cuisine: Mediterranean
Keyword: Bruschetta, Feta, Toast, Whipped
Servings: 1
Author: Elena Paravantes
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  • Place the feta in a small plate add the Greek yogurt and mash with a fork, add the olive oil, oregano and black pepper and mash until somewhat smooth, set aside.
  • Toast the bread. Once bread is toast spread the whipped feta-yogurt on the bread, top with tomatoes, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, olives, capers and sprinkle a bit more oregano.
  • Drizzle with a bit of olive oil before serving.
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  1. Thank you for this great and tasty recipe. I just made it for breakfast and it was delicious.

  2. Just made this for my dinner…so good!thank you will be making this again soon!

  3. Cindy Bliss says:

    I love your recipes!
    I wish nutritional information was provided.
    If it is I apologize. I can’t find it

  4. Laraine Beck says:

    I love this recipe. Used a bit of radish and yellow squash in it, So yummy and so so simple5 stars

  5. This is so yummy. I eat it for any meal of the day, and change up or add to the listed veggies with purple onion, cucumber, etc. Thanks for your great recipes <35 stars

  6. This is so delicious and so easy to make… love love love it!! I have made a lot of the recipes on this website and every one of them has been delicious! I tend to make the recipes per the directions (at least the first time), which is probably why they all come out so tasty . My substitutions aren’t always a success LOL!5 stars

  7. Gail Dunning says:

    I have made this several times now. The Feta/yogurt mix is heavenly! I tried it with a thin layer of mashed avocado on the bottom. It was good, but I have to treat the toast as a full meal because the avocado adds quite a few calories.

    I think the Mediterranean Feta Toast is my all time favorite recipe. So simple, so good.5 stars

  8. Just made this delicious recipe for our breakfast! It was so flavorful and filling. We loved it – thank you!5 stars

  9. Gail Dunning says:

    I, too, had every single ingredient on hand. This was a delicious change from my usual breakfast fare. The coarse, whole grain bread I use is too small to carry all the ingredients, so keep that in mind if you don’t want to eat two servings. I was very happy to eat two toasts.5 stars

  10. Funny: I just made your tirokafteri last night as an appetizer and wondered what to do with the leftovers. And since I have my Greek pantry in order, thanks to you, I had all the ingredients for this feta toast on hand. Absolutely delicious especially for breakfast. Hubby loved it too. I’m not having a hard time at all converting him over to Greek healthy eating with your delicious recipes Love, love your cookbook. Thank you!

    1. Hi Michele!, what a coincidence that you had the tirokafteri on hand! Happy you are enjoying the recipes and the book!