Easy Focaccia Bread

Easy Focaccia Bread

Oh bread, I love you so.

I wish I didn’t. It’s so dangerous. Especially when it’s homemade. And if you then plop down some olive oil, it’s pretty much over. Baking with yeast used to kind of terrify me. I was always afraid it wouldn’t rise, but it’s really never given me a problem so I am trying to really overcome my fear by baking it with more often! Focaccia bread is perfect not only for dipping, but also for sandwiches and you can either leave it plain or with as many fresh herbs as possible. My favorite topping is just fresh garlic and rosemary. Rosemary is focaccia bread’s other best friend (aside from olive oil) in case you didn’t know and let’s not forget to mention how heavenly it smells while it’s baking!

Easy Focaccia Bread

While I love serving it with soup or an Italian meal, you can surprise your guests on Thanksgiving with this easy and tasty recipe! Unlike a lot of other focaccia recipes, this one comes together in about 2 hours so you don’t have to spend too much hands-on time with it. To grab the recipe, check it out on My Cooking Spot

Easy Focaccia Bread

   

7 comments

  1. This focaccia looks fluffy and perfect, delicious :D

    Cheers
    CCU

  2. Oh homemade bread is absolutely my weakness too – it’s a good thing I don’t make it too often because it never lasts long :) Love this!

  3. Someday… I am going to get over my fear of making bread and do this… I love it. :)

  4. Oh boy Stephanie! Your bread looks incredible and i love the rosemary flavor! I scoped out the recipe and i am so making this!!

  5. homemade breads are the best! especially focaccia : D

  6. This is pure gorgeousness. I make a lot of bread but for some reason I don’t post much. Usually because I can’t get my hands off of it while it’s hot. Lol.

  7. I love Focaccia but have neve made it. Basically for the same reason you noted about yeast…it’s intimidating. But I really need to overcome that so I’ll definitely head over to check out the recipe because it looks so awesome. Yum, bread.

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