Focaccia pizza with veggies on top

Focaccia bread probably isn’t the first thing that pops in your head when you’re thinking pizza, but I’m here to tell you that focaccia bread is outrageously good as a pizza crust.

Slice it in half lengthwise, slather on some pesto or pizza sauce, gather up your favorite toppings and some cheese, and you’ve got yourself dinner.  This isn’t just any dinner, however — it’s dinner within 30 minutes or less, and it’s something everyone’s going to love!

Try this Focaccia Bread Pizza, and I promise you it will be one of your top goto meals when you’ve had a crazy day, or if you’ve got a crazy evening ahead of you.  You may even forget about traditional, old pizza.  

My favorite focaccia is the ACME Bread herb slab that I find at Whole Foods.  Trader Joe’s has another brand that costs less, and it’s really great, too.  You can even make your own if you’re daring enough.

I’m going to try a skillet one focaccia bread very soon, so be on the lookout.

My husband and I are more than happy with the veggie focaccia bread pizza, but the kids aren’t.   I usually make one for them with ham or salami, olives, and toss a few pizza-worthy veggies like mushrooms, or a little zucchini.

As for the veggie pizza, I like to use fresh spinach or baby kale, halved cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, thinly sliced zucchini,  or even asparagus.

Use canned pizza sauce, or prepared pesto sauce.  If I have some of my Basil Pesto Sauce, I use that!

It’s time to start thinking outside the box–meaning the pizza box–and make a Focaccia Bread Pizza.

Get creative, or follow my recipe here.  You’ll love that crispy, focaccia bread crust, smothered with your favorite sauce, cheese, and toppings.

This is one quick, easy and delicious meal!

Foccacia pizza on a plate

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