So often, you think of French food as being rich, and elegant, and sweet, and just a little over-the-top, and likely out of reach for a regular cook/baker. I stumbled across this recipe, and thought it sounded interesting. I decided to try adapting it to gluten-free, and was delighted at how easy it is to make, as well as how satisfying and wholesome it is as a single-item meal, whether as a quick high-protein savory bite on the run in the morning, or as a simple-yet-different centerpiece of a brunch or casual evening meal. The flavors of the slightly sweet swiss cheese, smoky ham, and salty olives blend perfectly into a delicious mouthful.
This recipe will soon be its own mix, but since that’s not ready yet, I wanted you to have a really great loaf bread recipe.
You can use the basic Pizza + Pita recipe to make a cracker-like crisp flatbread that you can cut or break into pieces for dipping or spreading with your favorite toppings.
Make your own version of the Italian favorite--topped with rosemary, olive oil and sea salt, or whatever you like!
A popular favorite from the original Cooqi Bakery, this take on crusty French bread will have you reaching for the fancy cheese and maybe a glass of wine. To make crostini, slice the baguette in thin diagonals, brush with olive oil, and bake until lightly browned.