Rosemary Olive Oil Bread is light and flavorful and easy to make. This homemade bread is perfect served warm with a pat of creamy butter. Nothing much is better than fresh baked bread.
Thank you to Pompeian for sponsoring today’s post. As always, all opinions are my own.
Guys. It’s December 12th. Christmas is less than two weeks away. Are you ready? Thanks to it being Baby’s First Christmas around here, most everyone is getting some sort of baby themed gift. That makes it pretty easy. Otherwise, I’m pretty ready. My brother is in town from Florida this weekend so we’ll actually be celebrating early. The only thing really left on my Christmas to-do list is take Baby Girl to see Santa. We tried to go last weekend and there was a four hour wait at the mall. FOUR hours. Ridiculous.
Rosemary Olive Oil Bread
Anyway, let’s talk about olive oil and my love for it.
I cook with olive oil (EVOO, as I affectionately refer to it) daily. My chicken and/or veggies always get sauteed in it. I’ve even baked Olive Oil Brownie Sea Salt Cookies before. It’s a staple in our house.
This fresh bread is light but flavorful and so good dipped in olive oil and za’atar (a Middle Eastern spice blend).
If you’re still at a loss for holiday gifts, Pompeian has a cute idea for you to try. Take your favorite family recipe, use their label maker, and customize your own bottle of EVOO. You can see mine below. It’s so simple; you just type in the ingredients and directions, add a picture, and then print. I (rather sloppily, now that I look at it) quickly taped mine onto the bottle and it looks so cute. I think it would make a fun gift. If you don’t have a favorite family recipe that uses olive oil, you can check out Pompeian’s website for ideas (or use this bread…).
Get on it – you’ve only got 13 days left!