Fresh Rosemary and Grape Focaccia

Autumn is approaching quicker than I could have imagined.  Even though I really don’t like to see summer come to an end this is the time of year that I love to start baking and cooking.  Something about a chill in the air inspires me to begin the process of nesting again and this Fresh Rosemary and Grape Focaccia is the perfect way to kick off my Autumn baking.

Fresh Rosemary and Grape Focaccia from cupcakesandcrinoline.com

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 Fresh Rosemary and Grape Focaccia

Fresh Rosemary and Grape Focaccia ~ cupcakesandcrinoline.com

Ingredients:

1 fresh refrigerated pizza dough

Extra Virgin olive oil 

1/2 cup fresh shredded Parmesan cheese

2 teaspoons fresh rosemary leaves 

1 large bunch of seedless grapes 

Directions:

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1.  Preheat oven to 425º.  I prefer to use a baking stone for my pizzas but you can also use a round baking pan.  If using the pan coat with olive oil first so that the pizza crust does not stick to your pan.  This is not necessary if using the stone.  

2.  Stretch the pizza dough to fit your stone or pan.

3.  Brush olive oil over the dough going all the way to the edges.

4.   Cut the fresh rosemary into small pieces and sprinkle over the dough.  

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5.  Sprinkle fresh Parmesan over the rosemary and arrange grapes on top of this pressing into the dough just slightly so they stay in place.  

6.  Bake 18 to 25 minutes until the focaccia is golden brown around the edges.  Let cool before serving.  The grapes will be piping hot inside so be sure to wait to eat! 

Fresh Rosemary and Grape Focaccia from cupcakesandcrinoline.com

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Comments

  1. This looks so yummy! Thanks for the recipe :) XO

  2. I love making focaccia but I’ve never tried it with grapes! Looks delish! I have all the ingredients already too, so I’d better get baking! (pinning )
    Kim @ Sand & Sisal´s last blog post ..Early Fall Wreath Tutorial

  3. How DELISH is this? Great idea, MB. It’s almost too pretty to eat (notice I said almost). Love it. Pinned and sharing via FB. Happy Fall, Pal! xo
    Malia´s last blog post ..Gold Glitter Pumpkins with Burlap

  4. Yay!! A recipe without meat!! :) I never thought to use grapes for a recipe like this. I’m intrigued now and will give it a try. Love your rustic looking photos. Pinned this!
    Jennifer @ Town and Country Living´s last blog post ..Easy Fall Centerpiece

  5. How yummy is this!

  6. This looks delicious Mary Beth- pinning!!

  7. This looks so tasty! My family would love this! Pinning – Heather
    Heather´s last blog post ..Fall Mantel Decor| Autumn Abounds Blog Hop

  8. This sounds so amazing and perfect for fall Mary Beth!

  9. what a gorgeous and sophisticated flatbread! I am pinning to try this soon, it is a real show stopper!
    Jenna´s last blog post ..Tablescapes, Rustic Country Farm

  10. This is great, I am making it for the second time today.
    Thanks for a delicious recipe
    Pat

  11. So beautiful Mary Beth… almost too pretty to eat ;)

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