Focaccia is a versatile Italian flatbread that can be enjoyed on its own, with toppings, or as part of a meal. This collection of focaccia bread recipes has something for everyone, from classic flavors like rosemary and sea salt to more unique twists like walnuts and blueberries!

Walnut and Red Onion Focaccia

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The flavor of walnuts with red onions and parmesan cheese makes this no-knead bread recipe a flavorful treat. Serve this with a variety of meals, from pasta to BBQ; you will agree it goes great with just about anything! Get the recipe: Walnut and Red Onion Focaccia Bread.

Flax Focaccia Bread

Focaccia bread made with flaxseed meal, cut into triangles.
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Not only is this bread easy to bake, but it also freezes beautifully, so you can enjoy it later too. This bread is made with flaxseed meal instead of flour for a gluten-free, low-carb option that anyone will enjoy. Get the recipe: Flax Focaccia Bread.

Festive Christmas Focaccia Bread

Squares of focaccia bread with herbs and tomatoes.
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If you are planning on serving Italian foods for the holidays, then you need to make this bread! With herbs and tomatoes, you can form the most delicious tree to pair perfectly with soups and pasta dishes. Get the recipe: Christmas Focaccia Bread.

Rosemary, Garlic and Tomato Focaccia

Squares of bread with olives, garlic and tomatoes.
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This bread recipe is so easy, and it has all of the good stuff included in the dough. From tomatoes, garlic, olives, and herbs, you are going to love this fragrant bread from the first bite. Get the recipe: Rosemary, Garlic and Tomato Focaccia.

Sourdough Spelt Focaccia

A loaf of sourdough focaccia with small tomatoes on top.
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This bread starts with sourdough discard and adds plenty of red and green tomatoes into the dough. You will love the fluffy texture paired with the nutty flavor ancient grains add. Get the recipe: Sourdough Spelt Focaccia.

Mediterranean Diet Focaccia

A pan of focaccia bread with tomatoes, made without flour.
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This vegan focaccia bread is loaded with cherry tomatoes, and if you are following the Mediterranean diet, or you just want to mix things up a bit, you are going to love the flavor this bread brings to the table. Get the recipe: Mediterranean Diet Focaccia.

Rosemary Focaccia Bread

A loaf of rosemary focaccia bread
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This simple focaccia bread is just the thing to make when you want a quick loaf of homemade bread. With olive oil and rosemary, this easy bread packs a wonderful savory flavor into the fluffy dough. Get the recipe: Rosemary Focaccia Bread.

Easy No-Knead Rosemary Focaccia

A pan of focaccia bread with a rosemary christmas tree design.
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Use sprigs of rosemary to form a tree shape in your next loaf of focaccia for an easy seasonal upgrade. You can add cherry tomatoes, or olives as ornaments for flavor and color. Get the recipe: Rosemary Focaccia.

Blueberry Thyme Focaccia

Chunks of focaccia bread with blueberries and herbs.
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This focaccia bread adds juicy blueberries and savory thyme to make a bright and beautiful loaf that everyone will love. This is such an easy, yet elegant recipe. Serve it with brunch or dinner, or grab a slice as a snack. Get the recipe: Blueberry Thyme Focaccia.

Olive and Onion Focaccia

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A pan of focaccia bread with olives and onions.

Grab some pizza dough to make this shortcut focaccia. It is loaded with olives and onions and is so yummy and fluffy that no one will suspect you used a premade pizza crust to create it. Get the recipe: Olive and Onion Focaccia.

Maricruz Avalos Flores is a Mexican cook and photographer living in Italy where she shares authentic Mexican & Italian recipes that can be easily made at home using easy-to-find ingredients.

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