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Here are my sourdough recipes all in one place. Everything from artisan sourdough bread to sourdough cinnamon buns and sourdough scones.

If you love to bake without commercial yeast, you know how thrilling it is to watch your dough, literally, come alive as it ferments. Have fun!

Sourdough Pretzel Rolls

You’ll love these Sourdough Pretzel Rolls. A generous helping of sourdough starter gives these rolls a slightly sweet and complex flavor to compliment the extra dark, distinctively “pretzely” crust. Learn a trick for the best pretzel flavor. I’m a big fan of pretzels in all forms. I love the pleasantly-bitter flavor of a good pretzel …

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Sourdough Oatmeal Crisps

Sourdough Oatmeal Crispbread (Knäckebröd) is crispy, crunchy and lightly honey-sweetened. This recipes uses a whole cup of sourdough discard. Fiber-rich with rolled oats and whole wheat flour, this could be your new favorite bread for a healthy snack or light lunch. Obviously, the term “healthy” may mean different things to different people depending on their …

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Sourdough Dinner Rolls with Buttermilk

Sourdough Dinner Rolls are soft, buttery, light and luscious. They have a special flavor and texture thanks to a healthy dose of sourdough starter. Before we get into the recipe, I want you to know that if you don’t have a sourdough starter, you can make Buttermilk Dinner Rolls with commercial yeast. Whether you use commercial …

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Sourdough Chocolate Cake

Sourdough Chocolate Cake is moist, super-dark and slightly tangy. Top it with buttercream, whipped cream or just a sprinkle of powdered sugar. Everyone loves a moist and tender chocolate cake. You know what helps make a cake super tender and moist? Sourdough discard! This isn’t a “fancy” chocolate cake with layers and special fillings. This …

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Sourdough Brioche with video

Sourdough Brioche! The classic bread is enhanced with sourdough starter. The dough bakes up to a light and silky bread. It’s also the starting point for many delicious pastries. In the meantime, you can make Classic Brioche Bread with commercial yeast. A timeline for making Sourdough Brioche Bread: If your starter needs feeding, do that …

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