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Sourdough baking can seem daunting, but with our sourdough recipes at your fingertips, you'll be armed to take on any cooking task!
Whether you need fluffy pancakes for breakfast, a rustic country bread loaf to go with dinner, or have a few cups of discarded sourdough starter you need to use up, cooking and baking with sourdough is flexible, flavorful, and fun for the whole family.
Explore our sourdough recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Just sweet enough and studded with blueberries, these sourdough spelt muffins are delicious!
Sourdough starter, fresh carrots, pineapple, and nuts combine to make this delicious cake topped with cultured cream cheese frosting.
With whole-grain goodness and a hint of sweetness, these muffins make up quickly if you have fresh sourdough starter on hand & are perfect for lunchboxes.
This cake is sweet, but not too sweet to serve as either dessert or a breakfast coffee cake. Thick homemade applesauce is preferable, but you may use any applesauce you have on hand.
Try these vegan rye sourdough crackers with a sharp cheese or use as a dipper. They're tangy and delicous, and wheat-free as well!
The final texture of these English muffins is different than the usual English muffin. These have a finer crumb but they still taste amazing!
For an amazing savory snack, make a couple of these loaves at a time. Spread with garlic butter or dip in pizza sauce, for a super-filling treat!
Easy and delicious, these sourdough biscuits are sure to become a popular side dish for your family.
This old-fashioned English muffin recipe is made on the griddle. Homemade English muffins taste wonderful toasted and buttered.
These sourdough cheddar biscuits are fluffy, tangy, rich, and cheesy. Add garlic powder and it will remind you of famous restaurant garlic-cheddar biscuits.
This rich, flavorful rye and wheat loaf is similar to farm-fresh breads of Eastern Europe.
This dough, cooked in a large cast-iron skillet, creates a crust with a nice crispy outside and a chewy inside.