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Farmers Market Flatbread with Prosciutto and Veggies

10.03.17

Raise your hand if you’re like me and could eat pizza/flatbreads multiple times a week! I feel like I outdid myself with this super delicious farmers market flatbread topped with prosciutto and veggies. It turned out like a little taste of heaven.

Dinner is served with this delicious farmers market flatbread topped with prosciutto and veggies and served alongside a crisp, refreshing glass of Benchbreak Chardonnay. Dinner is served with this delicious farmers market flatbread topped with prosciutto and veggies and served alongside a crisp, refreshing glass of Benchbreak Chardonnay. Lots of times the inspiration I get for a new recipe generally stems from what produce is currently in season. Fall is especially my favorite because I love savory foods, and a quick trip to the farmers market to grab some fruits and veggies that are in harvest is all you need to make this flatbread.

I can already imagine what you’re thinking, rosemary sprigs, shaved brussel sprouts, pear, mushrooms and prosciutto all on a flatbread? Yep and the combination of ingredients work SO WELL together, especially when combined with fresh buffalo mozzarella and a homemade balsamic glaze.

After I got done making this, snapping a bunch of photos and finally got to sit down to eat some of my creation, I immediately texted Sean and told him that we have a certified winner with this recipe! Since the recipe requires only half the dough, we’re already planning on making it again tonight for dinner. What’s better than binge watching Netflix, enjoying a farmers market flatbread and sipping on a glass of refreshing Benchbreak Chardonnay? Ummm …. nothing.

Dinner is served with this delicious farmers market flatbread topped with prosciutto and veggies and served alongside a crisp, refreshing glass of Benchbreak Chardonnay. Get the full recipe for this REALLY REALLY delicious farmers market flatbread with prosciutto and veggies over on the Cambria Wines blog.

This post is sponsored by Cambria Wines, but all recipes and opinions are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make this blog possible.

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