Focaccia Bread Art With Sarah Bachman

The Lettuce Grow Team | AUGUST 19, 2020

There’s a baking boom in progress, and it wouldn’t be complete without a fluffy fan favorite: Focaccia bread.


Ready to give your focaccia a Farmstand fresh twist that’s equal parts beautiful and delicious? Our friend and creative guru

Sarah Bachman is here to lead you through a DIY that’s easy enough for the whole family. Get ready to unleash your inner

To bake her own delectable canvas, Sarah used this quick recipe from

The Café Sucre Farine. With under 15 minutes of prep time and no kneading necessary, it’s a breeze to get your focaccia baked with little more than flour, yeast and flaky salt. You’ll want a hearty supply of butter and olive oil, too...Cue the chef’s kiss.


Before the bread bakes, head over to your Farmstand and pick for a colorful palette. Veggies like green onions, basil, cherry tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, and kale leaves transition from crudités to crafts with a few creative slices. Use green onions and parsley as stems, then slice larger veggies into a variety of shapes, from stripes to semi-circles. Sarah grew an edible garden of her own that you can use to get inspired, but feel free to let your imagination run wild!

Once you’ve finalized your design, delicately press veggies into the top of your dough and drizzle with olive oil before baking. The result will almost be too gorgeous to eat. Note: we said almost. Just take lots of pictures before digging in, okay?