Triple berry focaccia is a simple 5 ingredient recipe that you can look forward to as a snack, breakfast or dessert! Top it off with a scoop of ice cream or simply grab an extra piece and enjoy a chewy sweet piece of heaven.
This recipe is very simple (especially if you use pre-made frozen dough like I did!) and the results are delicious! This is a great way to use up all those berries that are so plentiful this time of year!
What is triple berry focaccia?
It’s definitely not a traditional recipe, I’ll give you that, but it is super worthy of becoming one. Thanks to the premade dough life is simple and easy. Topping the bread with sugar and berries you get a delicious sweet and tangy burst of freshness that just feels like summer.
Triple Berry Focaccia Bread Ingredients
-Bread Dough: Using fresh homemade bread dough or even frozen storebought (like I did) you can enjoy a simple taste of freshly baked bread.
-Butter: Melted unsalted butter will help to add a little richness to the dish and make it taste perfect.
-Olive Oil: Focaccia bread is known for being smothered in olive oil, but this recipe is very different in that it only needs a small amount!
-Fresh Berries: Use a mixture of fresh blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries, but you can also try out some strawberries if you have them on hand.
-Sugar: A little white granulated sugar will help to add a sweet caramelization as well as help to tone down any of the sour berries on this bread.
How to Make Triple Berry Focaccia Bread
Preheat your oven to 375F degrees and then line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Roll out or stretch your bread dough so that it’s the shape of a large oval (about 11”x8”) on the baking sheet.
In a small bowl, combine the butter and olive oil and then brush the mixture onto the bread dough.
Sprinkle the berries and the sugar onto the bread and then bake for about 20-25 minutes until the dough is a nice golden brown color.
Slice the focaccia bread and serve.
- 1 loaf whole-wheat or white frozen bread dough, thawed (you could use homemade too)
- 1 tbsp unsalted butter, melted
- 1 tsp olive oil
- 1/4 cup blackberries
- 1/4 cup blueberries
- 1/4 cup raspberries
- 1/4 cup sugar
- Preheat oven to 375F and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Stretch or roll the dough into a large oval (about 11"X8") on the baking sheet.
- Combine the butter and olive oil in a small bowl.
- Brush the dough with the butter-oil mixture.
- Sprinkle berries and sugar on top and bake until dough is golden brown, about 20-25 minutes.
- Slice and serve! Enjoy!
Is triple berry focaccia a dessert or breakfast food?
Honestly, it can be anything you want it to be! It’s perfect for a simple snack and a great way to use up the fresh fruit while enjoying a simple dish. With (thawed) frozen dough being used you can create this recipe in almost no time flat so it’s perfect for a warm breakfast or simply snacking your way through those long summer days.
How to store berry focaccia
Keep your berry focaccia bread stored in an airtight container in the fridge for best results. You can reheat it in the microwave for a few seconds to help bring back some of that fluffy warm texture it had when it was fresh from the oven.
How long is berry focaccia good for?
If kept properly stored you can expect your berry focaccia bread to last up to a week or so. That said, it’s really addicting to eat and I doubt it could ever last that long in a carb and fruit loving household haha.
Check out these other berry filled recipes!
- Easy Blueberry Jam
- Raspberry Buttercream Frosting
- Glazed Strawberry Bundt Cake
- Easy Lemon Raspberry Truffles
- Raspberry Cheesecake Shakes
- Blueberry Pound Cake
- Strawberry Sugar Cookie Bars
- Glazed Strawberry Bundt Cake
- Glazed Blueberry Banana Bars
- Lemon Raspberry Streusel Muffins
- Raspberry Cream Cake
- Blackberry Oatmeal Cookies
- Mini Raspberry Shortcakes
- Raspberry Jello Poke Cake
- Blackberry Vanilla Scones
This triple berry focaccia bread is simple and simply delicious. Give it a try this summer with your favorite summer-time berries and see for yourself!
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