Sourdough stollen is one of the delights of the Christmas season – especially when served warm on Christmas morning!
Saffron buns are the traditional sweet roll served on Santa Lucia Day, a Swedish celebration of light on one of the darkest days of the year. This sourdough dough is soft and gorgeous and can be enjoyed anytime!
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Sourdough Pancakes are a yummy twist on the classic sandwich – made even yummier with tangy sourdough!
Sourdough English muffins are the easiest sourdough project I’ve found yet! They require no oven, are especially yummy when toasted, and are a new favorite at our Saturday brunch table.
These sourdough reuben buns make the delicious satisfaction of the beloved Reuben sandwich transportable, perfect for school lunches, hikes, and day trips!
This scrumptious sourdough carrot cake is moist, just slightly sweet, and very celebratory. The sourdough makes the flour more easily digestible without any sour taste.
A more nourishing version of Dutch oliebollen, the treat no New Year’s celebration should be without!
By preparing your grains before eating them, they become much more digestible and more nutritious. Find out more about how to sprout, soak, or sour your grains.
These chocolate and buttercream cupcakes are sure to thrill kids and adults alike! Sourdough is featured in the cupcakes and the cream is tinted with all-natural juices. Your choice of raspberries or rhubarb make for a lovely flavor combination with the chocolate!
Hot cross buns are one of my favorite Sunday-morning and special occasion treats (including Mother’s Day), and using sourdough brings out the wonderful flavor.
These pretzel bites are easy to make and they’re sure to be a hit whether you serve them as a regular after-school snack or at a party.
Rye is one of the original grains used with sourdough, so making a sourdough rye loaf is like coming home. It’s delicious too!
Ah, the Reuben. Corned beef, sauerkraut, and cheese grilled on sourdough rye bread. Every ingredient is cultured or fermented and teeming with good-for-you bacteria. No wonder this sandwich feels good for the soul as well as the body.
This luscious cake made from layers of dark chocolate cake, sour cherries, and cherry-flavored whipped cream uses sourdough, nourishing fats, and alternative sweeteners for an over-the-top dessert.
These muffins, prepared with traditional sourdough to make the flours digestible and the nutrients bio-available, exude holiday warmth and cheer and are perfect for Thanksgiving morning.