Kermanig’s Garlic and Cheese Focaccia

If you’ve been to Costco lately, it’s likely that you’ve run into Kermanig’s Garlic and Cheese Focaccia, as well as their many other focaccias. Usually, they have a nice display of focaccia breads (similar to pizza) set up and ready for tasting. If you’ve tried one, you’ve purchased some. There is no dismissing the deliciousness that Kermanig brings its customers. And there is no ignoring the low caloric intake each focaccia provides.Kermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogBefore I go any further, I would like to mention that these focaccias are not yet sold at Costco. Kermanig travels to get the word out about their products, but they do not sell their items in big-name grocery stores. Not yet, at least. So, I always order a nice shipment from their website: click the picture above to be redirected. The products are relatively inexpensive, and while shipping & handling costs a bit more than I was anticipating, it’s worth it. (I freeze focaccias for up to 3 months as seen below).Kermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogToday, I’ll be making Kermanig’s Garlic & Cheese Focaccia. Yummm. There are several flavors, but I’ll get to those on another post. At only 260 calories for the entire focaccia, this can be used as a nice appetizer for two or a meal for one. If you desire, you can sprinkle a little olive oil on top and cook it on a stovetop, or (the way I prefer it) avoid the extra oil and pop it in the oven at 340 degrees for about ten minutes. The cheese will melt and the bread will soften, giving it a delicious, moist flavor.Kermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogKermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogKermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogKermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogKermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogKermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogHere are some awesome tools for your focaccias, or any other homemade pizza/bread:

Bread BoxMarble Cheese Board with Slicer I Cheese Grater I Wooden Pizza Peel I Beer Bread Kit I Bread Maker I Dough Scraper I Loaf Pan I Mortar and Pestle I Oil Dispensers I Raclette Cheese

Favorites? I am an addict for marble cheese boards, and one with a cheese slicer? All the better. I also have to have that bread maker. Homemade bread, warm – think those soft, warm doughy rolls that come out fresh at Italian restaurants. And finally, I wholly welcome that Raclette Cheese.

Kermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogYou can’t go wrong with these Kermanig focaccias, especially Kermanig’s Garlic and Cheese Focaccia! They’ll fill you up and cure your pizza craving.Kermanig's Garlic and Cheese Focaccia reviewed by Skinny Girl Standard, a low calorie food blogKermanig’s Garlic and Cheese Focaccia. 260 Calories with all the flavor.

6 Comments on Kermanig’s Garlic and Cheese Focaccia

  1. Brenda
    March 18, 2016 at 1:54 pm (3 years ago)

    Hello, I see you froze your pizzas-I just found that I had some in the freezer since November 2015. Are they still ok to thaw & eat??

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    • Jordan
      March 21, 2016 at 1:53 pm (3 years ago)

      I believe I read somewhere that they are okay to eat if frozen up to six months. I would thaw out the focaccia you plan on using and inspect it for no mold. If there’s no mold, you should be okay 🙂 Hope that helps Brenda!

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  2. Tammy
    January 11, 2017 at 5:46 am (2 years ago)

    We purchased these and did not refrigerate. Are they still good? It’s the spinach and cheese one. We have had them for 3 days

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    • Tammy
      January 11, 2017 at 5:47 am (2 years ago)

      Does the focaccia bread need to be refrigerated?

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      • Jordan
        January 31, 2017 at 6:19 pm (2 years ago)

        Hi Tammy,

        Thanks for asking. I immediately freeze mine and allow them to thaw a few hours before using so they’ll keep. I’m not sure what Kermanig would suggest. I believe you can refrigerate them for a week or two.

        I hope this helps!

        J

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  3. Elizabeth A. Ashe
    February 10, 2018 at 12:08 am (9 months ago)

    What is the price for one package with three breads in it.

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