Easy Crunchy Flatbread
We love to make this for a snack. It’s easy to mix up and turns up super crispy crunchy. Its totally customizable, you can add any toppings you have on hand, like mozzarella, zucchini shreds, onions, mushroom, pepperoni, etc.
I love to make this with lots of flavor added in since the main batter is simply made with flour, water, salt and pepper. The add in/toppings are essential. I would recommend feta cheese, olives, tomatoes (but squeeze out the excess liquids), same with zucchini, pepperoni, shredded mozzarella, etc.
What makes this flatbread crunchy and crispy is the corn meal sprinkled on the bottom of the pan and on the top. You can use dried mint or oregano. And basically bake it until it gets golden brown and crispy.
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Easy Crunchy Flatbread
- 12" round pan
- Preheat your oven to 400° F. Spray a 12" pan with olive oil.
- In a medium bowl, whisk together your flour, water, salt and pepper until smooth. Next mix in the cheese, tomatoes, olives. Sprinkle a little corn flour on the bottom of the pan. Then pour on the batter evenly. Sprinkle top with corn flour, dried mint and a drizzle of olive oil.
- Bake for 50 minutes or until the top is golden brown. Allow to cool for 10 minutes then slice and enjoy.
What kind of pan are you using? It looks great!
Hi Kristie, sorry for the late reply, I am in Greece! This pan is from Marshall’s/Home Goods. It is a non stick very light weight pan I found there.
Can you use gf flour?
Hi Antoinette, I haven’t tried but in my experience with flours over the years, yes it should work. That or oat flour. Please let me know if you do make it!
Could I substitute almond flour for this ??
Hi Alyssa, I don’t think almond flour would work to stay together in this recipe. A better alternative would be oat flour.
This was quite good! Put in zucchini, shredded, Parmesan cheese, tomato and basil. Would add only half the salt next time. Thanks!
Hi Donna, LOVING the zucchini in this! Thank you for your feedback! Cheers!
Looks awesome. Is there a way to save recipes on your site? TIA
Hi Irene, Yes, you can PIN them to Pinterest. I hope that helps!