Flatbread topped with melted mozzarella, fresh figs, cherry tomatoes, basil, mixed greens, roasted walnuts, and a drizzle of honey. This fig caprese flatbread is delicious and perfect as a meal or an appetizer to share with others.
I am sooo soooo excited for this week to start! I think it’s because there’s so much going on towards the end of this week.
I’m taking this Friday off from work so that I can attend the Brit+Co Remake Summit, where you can learn from and meet some of the most successful creative entrepreneurs. Different keynote speakers will be there including Tyra Banks, Sophia Amoruso, Amanda Haas, and a few others. I really can’t wait!
Normally, I would go to the Saturday event, which is the Brit+Co Remake Festival. There are a ton of freebies and crafting workshop stations. If you’re in the city, you should definitely go. It’s free! But this year, I’ll be missing it. But that’s okay, there’s always next year.
One of my closest friends, Kim from SweetKimplicity, will be getting married Saturday! Her wedding will consist of DIY decorations and games that she and her fiancé have made together over the past year.
It’s definitely going to be an exciting week!
So, can we talk about this fig caprese flatbread for a sec?
I’m just kinda, sorta obsessed with the simplicity of flatbreads. It’s crusty on the outside and soft on the inside. They’re simple to make and require no yeast! Which is definitely a plus for me because let’s be honest, I almost have no patience for waiting for my food. And most of the time, yeast makes me wait!
All you have to do is bake the flatbread, top with your favorite ingredients, and then place the flatbread back into the oven for an additional few minutes until all that mozzarella is warm and melted.
And I put a lot because I love warm melted cheese.
Seriously, all 8 ounces of fresh mozzarella. Sooo good.