This easy focaccia with strawberries and feta is topped with balsamic glaze and makes the perfect side dish or light lunch. And the kids went crazy for it!
You would think that this easy focaccia with strawberries, feta and balsamic glaze would be the sort of thing that only the adults at the table would be interested in right?
If so, you would be wrong.
At least at my house. But maybe my kids are crazy and have weird taste in food. I'm not denying that that's a possibility. They did all decide black olives were their favourite food at a very young age (I think 2, maybe 3?) and still love them — while most kids won't touch them, I'm sure.
So... maybe it's just my kids?
Nope, evidently they all love balsamic glaze, too.
I'm okay with this though, because that means I can make this easy focaccia with strawberries and feta, drizzled with a tasty balsamic glaze, many more times and no one will get sick of it.
It's even great the next day as leftovers; you don't even need to heat it up. We had it warm from the oven with dinner one night, and the next day had it cold for lunch at a picnic. It’s fantastic both ways.
Also — easy lunch making when you can just give the kids a piece of focaccia from the night before and they're thrilled about it!
Tips for Perfect Easy Focaccia with Strawberries and Feta:
This bread dough doesn't require any kneading at all, just mix it together with a dough whisk or a wooden spoon until the flour is all hydrated. This takes a couple full minutes of stirring to get it all combined.
Make sure not to over-bake this focaccia bread or it will be quite crispy; it should be a chewy bread with a crisp crust.
The feta does get a bit browned and the edges get a bit crisp in the oven. If you prefer it to stay soft you can sprinkle it on after the focaccia is baked instead.
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