A popular Italian bread, focaccia is a no-fuss family favorite. Topped with rosemary or just a drizzle of olive oil, these easy focaccia recipes transform sandwiches from simple to sublime. Or serve focaccia bread wedges with a plate of steaming pasta.See Popular Focaccia Bread Recipes
Get baking success every time with recipes like the following, from Fleischmann's Yeast.
If you don't have a bread stone, shape the dough in a circle on a greased, unheated baking sheet to bake the focaccia (foh-KAH-chyah). Serve the round bread on its own and with soups and salads.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... A little bit of Italy and a whole lot of fresh flavor makes these mini-focaccias the perfect yummy snack or a just-right side dish with your favorite pasta dinner.
Flat and round like Italian focaccia (foh-CAH-chee-ah) bread, this sweet spin-off starts with frozen cinnamon roll dough.
Red onion, fresh pear, and Gorgonzola cheese decorate the top of the bread for this pizza-like appetizer.
This focaccia bread recipe is a fruity and savory blend of red grapes, Romano cheese, and spices. As the bread bakes, the grapes become lightly roasted, turning soft and juicy.
This sandwich is so easy. Simply layer flat focaccia bread with meat, cheese, and tomatoes for a family-friendly dinner.
For a quick but nutritious breakfast recipe, try these egg-filled bread slices. Sprinkled with cheese and served with salsa, they have the Mexican flavors kids love to eat.
Feel free to top the focaccia with sliced green olives or thinly sliced red onions and serve with olive oil for dipping.
The focaccia for this appetizer bread can be made the night before and reheated.
Ham, salami, and cheese are layered with a homemade relish to make these hearty main-dish sandwiches.
Top refrigerated pizza dough with sauteed onions, olives, and rosemary and it becomes a savory bread to serve with soup or salad.
A sweet take on a normally savory bread.
Flavorful foccacia bread is simple to make. Eliminate the onion and sage to make crispy breadsticks.
Grilled sweet peppers, onions, and venison sausage fill this hearty sandwich. If you can't find venison sausage, use regular sweet Italian sausage.
For a more elegant presentation, you can make this dessert in individual ramekins. Use eight medium (5-ounce) ramekins and lay plastic wrap over each one to submerge the bread during the soaking. It's also wonderful topped with whisky sauce.