These Easy Sourdough Discard Crackers are the best! They’re so simple and super adaptable, as well as flaky and crisp. I like to make them with different flours and seasonings each time. They’re a quick way to be creative AND use up a lot of leftover sourdough starter!
I love these buns. I imagine eating them on a snowy night, when the glimmer of Christmas lights faintly glows through the window and my dog pushes her face through the front door, sprinting on white, snowy paws. Mmm, my mouth goes as it devours another bite, falling devout to the tangy, sweet, nutty taste of Cranberry Pecan Sourdough Buns.
Savory scone bliss. That’s where I’m at. Is there anything better than a cheesy scallion-y buttery scone? Ugh, these Cheddar Scallion Savory Scones are perfection.
This Honey Oat Sourdough Loaf is a great sandwich bread. It’s fluffy, light, a little sweet, and oat-y. Naturally-leavened with sourdough but not sour at all, it still has the delicious complex flavor that sourdough starter leaves.
These Crispy Bottomed Sourdough Buns are addictive. I literally just eat the bottoms. Alone. Huddled in the corner of the kitchen. Hoarding the extras. The crispiness is unbeatable. These buns are crunchy and crisp, like a focaccia bottom but so much more.
This Old Style Monte Cristo recipe is a riff on a classic. Monte Cristos are pan-fried ham and cheese sandwiches. This one uses old style mustard and raspberry jam for balance in every bite.