Quick and Easy Feta Flatbread Appetizers – Three Styles

You NEED these feta flatbread appetizers in your life! They have quickly become a family favourite and I can’t wait to share them with friends next time we’re safely enjoying a backyard fire. I know they’ll be devoured in seconds.

feta flatbread appetizers 3 types on tray
Three options for making quick and easy feta flatbread appetizers.

These feta flatbread appetizers are all the things I look for in an appetizer – quick, easy, affordable and super tasty. Simply spread feta on your favourite flatbread, bake and sprinkle on your favourite topping. Toppings can be as simple as dried oregano or fresh herbs to more complex toppings like cucumbers and tomatoes, caramelized onions, artichokes, roasted red peppers, olives, spinach, chickpeas, chicken, arugula with nuts and fruit, etc. The options are endless!

three whole feta flatbreads
Classic oregano, fresh dill or tomato cucumber with basil – which will become your favourite?

If you’re in Winnipeg – try this recipe with the new Chaeban Artisan feta, you’re going to love it! You can use their firm or creamy style feta for this recipe. My personal favourite is the soft creamy feta – it spreads so nicely and the flavour is a perfect balance of salty and tangy.

Classic oregano feta flatbread
Don’t underestimate how good a simple sprinkling of oregano on feta can be. We love this classic oregano version.

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Feta Flatbread Appetizers – Three Ways

Enjoy this quick and easy recipe for feta flatbread appetizers. Which of the three versions will become your favourite?
Prep : 5 minutes
Cook : 12 minutes
Total Time: 17 minutes
Servings: 12 people
Author: Getty Stewart


Classic Oregano Per Pita

  • 1/2 tsp dried oregano

Fresh Dill Per Pita

  • 1/4 tsp dried oregano
  • 1 Tbsp fresh coarsely chopped dill

Tomato and Cucumber with Basil Per Pita

  • 2 Tbsp small diced tomato
  • 2 Tbsp small diced cucumber
  • 1/4 tsp Italian Seasoning
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 2 Tbsp fresh basil leaves


  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Lay pita breads on large baking sheet.
  • Using back of spoon, spread 2 Tbsp of feta evenly on each pita bread. Keep feta crumbly or press smooth, your choice.
    press feta smooth or keep crumbly
  • Bake for 12 to 15 minutes until pita and tips of feta turn golden brown.
  • Remove from oven and sprinkle on toppings.
    Classic Oregano – sprinkle on oregano.
    Fresh Dill – sprinkle on oregano and fresh chopped dill.
    Tomato and Cucumber – mix tomato, cucumber, seasoning and oil in small bowl and spoon on top of pita. Top with fresh basil cut in thin strips (chiffonade).
    feta flatbread ready to serve
  • Use a pizza cutter or large knife to cut into wedges and enjoy.


* Instead of pita, use other flatbreads like Naan, tortilla wraps. You can even use frozen pizza bottoms, puff pastry or make your own pizza dough.  
Store any leftovers in the fridge. They’re great right out of the fridge or you can reheat them (depending on topping) in a 350°F oven if you prefer.
Nutrition Analysis is for three pitas split between 12 people for snacks (2 wedges/serving).
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Nutrition Facts (per serving)

Calories: 68kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 3g | Sodium: 172mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Iron: 1mg
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Chaeban, feta, flatbread, pita
feta flatbread with fresh dill
Voted most popular by my family, the dill adds a fresh flavour to feta flatbread.

What is Chaeban Artisan Feta Like?

Feta is an unripened, soft cheese that’s cured and kept in a brine made of salt and water. It is white, salty and tangy with a creamy or crumbly texture. Compared to other cheeses, it’s low in calories and fat.

Soft Creamy Chaeban feta on spoon
Chaeban’s soft creamy feta is my favourite feta; it’s not overly salty or tangy and can be used crumbly or as a smooth spread.

Traditionally, feta is made with sheep milk or goat milk but it can also be made with cow’s milk, which is how Chaeban Artisan feta is made. Cow’s milk gives feta a slightly milder flavour, which I LOVE because it makes it so much more versatile and easy to use. Before we had Chaeban feta, we only used feta for Greek salad and a few occasional recipes, now, feta has become a staple because even the kids love it.

How Long Will Feta Keep?

For best quality and longest shelf life, always buy feta in brine. The brine not only extends shelf life, but it also maintains the flavour and creamy texture of feta. Feta sold in packages without brine will have a much shorter shelf life and must be used with 5-7 days once opened.

Unopened Feta in Brine: One to two weeks past Best Before Date. And that Best Before Date gives you lots of time to eat your feta. My current package of Chaeban Feta has a Best Before Date of Feb 2022 and it’s March 2021!

Opened Feta in Brine: Once opened, keep remaining feta in the brine, covered, in the fridge for 4-6 weeks.

Freeze Feta – Did you know that you can freeze feta? Just remove from the brine, pat dry, wrap really well in plastic wrap and place in freezer bag and store in the freezer for up to six months. The texture will be a little less firm, but it will still taste great in your favourite recipes.

three styles feta flatbread

PRO TIP: Always use a clean utensil when dipping into the feta container to prevent contamination. Cracker crumbs in the feta is a no no!

This recipe was written in paid partnership with Chaeban Artisan. As always, opinions are my own and a sincere reflection of life in my home.

Getty Stewart is a Professional Home Economist,  speaker, frequent media guest and writer dedicated to putting good food on tables and agendas.  She is the author of several recipe books on enjoying and preserving fruit, Founder of Fruit Share, a mom and veggie gardener. Sign up to get articles by Getty delivered to your inbox. You’ll get recipes, practical tips and great food information like this.

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