Sweet and savory, these 6 ridiculously easy focaccia recipes are great for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They're perfect for sandwiches and pair beautifully with soups and salads and make are a delicious option for the dinner bread basket!
Most people think of focaccia as a special treat that would be a labor of love to make at home. Not so! We've put together a collection of ridiculously easy focaccia recipes that anyone can make. These recipes take less than 15 minutes of hands-on time and produce results worthy of a fine bakery.
And if you are a bit yeast intimidated, we also have a few no-yeast focaccia recipes that come together in the time it takes to pre-heat your oven.
Are you ready? Let's dive into six of the most delicious, most ridiculously easy focaccia recipes that you'll ever have the pleasure of meeting!
With less than 10-minutes of hands-on time and no-kneading, the name Ridiculously Easy Focaccia Bread says it all! Almost. It's also ridiculously delicious! This was our first focaccia recipe that we published back in 2018. Café readers all over the world have gone crazy over this delicious bread and it continues to be one of our most popular recipes.
We love to serve our Ridiculously Easy Focaccia Bread with one of our healthy soups like this Roasted Red Pepper Soup for a fabulous lunch or casual dinner.
Loaded with healthy seeds and a generous scoop of whole wheat flour, this ridiculously easy, one-bowl, no-knead Seeded Focaccia Bread is also ridiculously delicious! It's a take-of on the original Ridiculously Easy Focaccia with a healthy twist!
We love to serve the Seeded Focaccia with this Slow Cooker (or Instant Pot) Beef Pasta Soup, a throw-it-all in-the-pot soup that's loaded with tender chunks of beef and lots of healthy veggies!
Moving on to a few sweet focaccia renditions! With a sweet, cinnamon-laced dough, lots of plump raisins and a crisp sugar topping this EASY Cinnamon Raisin Focaccia requires no kneading and, like the others, takes less than 10 minutes of hands-on time!
One last idea for a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner option. Pair one of the sweet or savory focaccias with a quiche like this super easy Classic Quiche Lorraine. With its creamy, tender custard filling, ribbons of thinly sliced prosciutto and crisp, flaky super-easy crust this quiche is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner and makes fabulous leftovers! The crust is a refrigerated store-bought crust but we include a few tricks to make it look and taste like homemade, no blind baking needed!
Thought for the day:
I love the Lord, for he heard my voice;
he heard my cry for mercy.
Because he turned his ear to me,
I will call on him as long as I live.
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Charlene Witkowski says
Love your recipes Thank you
Chris Scheuer says
Heather Macumber says
I made the Biscuit Focaccia recently and didn’t realize that if my pan was not 2 inches high that I would be in trouble. I almost had a fire in my oven as the butter boiled over the edges and made a horrible mess in the oven,to say nothing of the smoke that filled the house.
It might be a good idea to really stress in the recipe that the pan MUST be at least 2 inches high. My pans are new , but not that high…
I have made a lot of your recipes and they always turn out well. Only one bad experience!
Happy holidays .
Chris Scheuer says
Hi Heather, I'm so sorry that you had difficulty with this recipe. I'm sure that was quite the mess! 😞
I tried to make sure that people understood that it was important to use a pan with 2-inch high sides with the prep instructions.