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Focaccia sounds like it should only be served in a restaurant, but in fact, this Italian bread is quite easy to make at home! All you need are the usual ingredients for bread, and you can pretty much add whatever topping you’d like. These recipes all range from plain to flavored, proving that focaccia can be made a variety of ways. Don’t forget to check out these focaccia bread recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!

1. Focaccia With a Salty Top

Vegan Focaccia With a Salty Top

Source: Focaccia With a Salty Top

This Focaccia With a Salty Top by Let Me Feed You, Rosie Daykin is such an easy recipe with such rewarding results. It’s perfect to serve as a simple appetizer with some olives and charcuterie, or alongside a big bowl of your favorite soup!

2. Olive Focaccia 

Vegan Olive Focaccia

Source: Olive Focaccia by Lydia Filgueras

You may know focaccia as the bread with the dimples. It’s similar to pizza with a few toppings…but not too many. The outside of this  Olive Focaccia by Lydia Filgueras crunchy and the inside is a bit chewy with lots of irregularly shaped holes.

3. Fig and Rosemary Focaccia 

Vegan Fig and Rosemary Focaccia

Source: Fig and Rosemary Focaccia

This glorious Fig and Rosemary Focaccia by Natasha Minocha is topped with ripe luscious figs, rosemary and bits of caramelized onions! Perfect for snacking or with any meal.

4. Tomato and Potato Focaccia 

Vegan Tomato and Potato Focaccia

Source: Tomato and Potato Focaccia

To prepare this soft Tomato and Potato Focaccia by Simona Malerba is simple; you just need the patience to wait for the leavening and the courage to turn on the oven. It is made from a mix of whole wheat flour and potatoes, yet it has the moist, fluffy consistency of the typical focaccia made with semolina flour. Halved cherry tomatoes are baked on top to add juicy bites of flavor throughout.

5. Focaccia With Roma Tomatoes and Onions 

Vegan Focaccia With Roma Tomatoes and Onions

Source: Focaccia With Roma Tomatoes and Onions

This Focaccia With Roma Tomatoes and Onions by Karielyn Tillman is a really easy vegan bread to make using only 4 simple ingredients – roma tomatoes, onions, rosemary, and olive oil. The bread is soft and pillowy. The olive oil made all the difference in the world and made the crust really golden and crispy.

6. Oat and Quinoa Focaccia Bread 

Vegan Oat and Quinoa Focaccia Bread

Source: Oat and Quinoa Focaccia Bread

This Oat and Quinoa Focaccia Bread by Sirke Reivo will bring the rustic flavors of the Italian countryside to your kitchen. The airy dough is punctured before baking so that the olive oil and fresh herbs can permeate the bread. While this recipe is for focaccia, it also works as a great base for pizza crust.

7. Olive and Tomato Focaccia Bread

Vegan Olive and Tomato Focaccia Bread

Source: Olive and Tomato Focaccia Bread

Focaccia is a flat oven baked Italian bread. Usually served as an appetizer, snack or great for soup-dipping. Like a homemade pizza, you can top your focaccia with all your favorite toppings. The mix of salty olives with sweet and juicy cherry tomatoes and of course a lot of fresh rosemary is the perfect, traditional Italian combination for this Olive and Tomato Focaccia Bread by Fabio Gallo!

8. Sun-Dried Tomato, Garlic, and Rosemary Focaccia 

Vegan Sun-Dried Tomato, Garlic, and Rosemary Focaccia

Source: Sun-Dried Tomato, Garlic, and Rosemary Focaccia

Focaccia is an Italian oil-based bread which is usually flat and square-shaped. This Sun-Dried Tomato, Garlic, and Rosemary Focaccia by Holly Jade is infused with rosemary, garlic, and juicy sun-dried tomatoes with salt and pepper to taste and a light sprinkle of vegan parmesan cheese. People find making dough and bread hard, but this recipe is foolproof. All you have to worry about is what flavor you want your focaccia!

9. Crispy Blackberry Rosemary Focaccia 

Vegan Crispy Blackberry Rosemary Focaccia

Source: Crispy Blackberry Rosemary Focaccia

This Crispy Blackberry Rosemary Focaccia by Katharina Boden recipe uses fresh raspberries to add a sweet bite to the otherwise savory bread. The bursts of berry flavor compliment the herby goodness that comes from the fresh rosemary. With textures and flavors so on point, you’ll find it hard to stop yourself from eating a whole loaf on your own!

10. Zucchini and ‘Cheese’ Stuffed Focaccia 

Vegan Zucchini and ‘Cheese’ Stuffed Focaccia

Source: Zucchini and ‘Cheese’ Stuffed Focaccia

Enjoy one of your favorite breads, focaccia, with a savory twist in this Zucchini and ‘Cheese’ Stuffed Focaccia by Valentina Chiappa. Sandwiched between these slices of whole-wheat focaccia is a layer of a rice-based cheese spread, sautéed zucchini, and plenty of fresh basil, mint and chives. These bites are an ideal dish to bring to brunches and gatherings.

11. Focaccia di Genova 

Vegan Focaccia di Genova

Source: Focaccia di Genova

This recipe for focaccia comes from Genova and it’s absolutely lovely. A toasty and crispy flatbread whose characteristic is the amazing use of an emulsion of water, olive oil, and salt that is poured right before the final rise. This Focaccia di Genova by Mike Benayoun will transport you to the countryside of Italy with a single bite.

12. Red Onion Focaccia 

Vegan Red Onion Focaccia

Source: Red Onion Focaccia

Nothing beats tender, delicious focaccia straight from the oven. This wonderful Red Onion Focaccia by Kimberly Espinel is made from a blend of flour made from the ancient grain spelt and bread flour. Using spelt gives it a slightly nutty flavor and rustic texture that will transport you to the Italian countryside. It’s topped with red onion and spicy arugula, making it the perfect appetizer to any spring meal.

13. Rosemary Purple Potato Focaccia 

Vegan Rosemary Purple Potato Focaccia

Source: Rosemary Purple Potato Focaccia

Bread is one of life’s greatest pleasures — and this homemade Rosemary Purple Potato Focaccia by Alicja Rokicka tops that. It is perfectly crisp on the outside, but light, fluffy, and moist on the inside. Thinly sliced purple potatoes with fresh rosemary and salt are sprinkled over the top just before it bakes in the oven. Have this focaccia for lunch, dinner, or even breakfast, paired with your favorite cup of coffee.

14. Spelt Focaccia With Rosemary Za’atar 

Vegan Spelt Focaccia With Rosemary Za’atar

Source: Spelt Focaccia With Rosemary Za’atar

There’s something special about making your own bread; the time and attention put into creating something delicious is worthy of celebration but also fitting as a special treat for just a handful of people. This Spelt Focaccia With Rosemary Za’atar by Jodi Kay makes a great party snack served with a bowl of extra virgin olive oil for dunking or as a main meal with a big side salad. Best fresh out of the oven, but leftovers can be re-heated or toasted within a few days of baking.

15. Rosemary Black Pepper Focaccia 

Vegan Rosemary Black Pepper Focaccia

Source: Rosemary Black Pepper Focaccia by Abby Thompson

Hello, bread lovers! Did you know it’s super easy to make your own crispy at the edges and fluffy in the middle focaccia? It’s true! Basically, it’s a simple yeast dough that’s been flattened out, dimpled, and topped with herbs and whatever else your heart desires. The combination of fresh rosemary and black pepper gives this Rosemary Black Pepper Focaccia by Abby Thompson a really hearty and fall-like taste to it. It’s perfect for pairing with soup or spreading with vegan butter and eating alone.

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