Naturally leavened sweet, sticky, soft pieces of bread glued together with caramel, buttery goodness so you can pull them apart as you dig in with a cup of hot beverage in your other hand!
Already made Danish at home? Want to leaven them naturally? This post is for you. Make this beautiful french pastry using your sourdough starter! You won’t be disappointed.
The iconic and the must have Easter treat. These are the traditional Hot cross buns but naturally leavened for extra flavor and goodness. Makes a perfect treat for breakfast, brunch or tea.
A naturally leavened bread with a higher % of water. This results in a gelatinous, open crumb witch is pleasantly more chewier than you normal bread. I follow a process that involved minimal kneading!
Waffles are delicious, but have you naturally leavened yours? If not, give this recipe a go. The batter is fermented overnight in the fridge allowing more maximum flavor and buckwheat is pack full of nutrients.
A sourdough fruit loaf with a soft crumb that is full of dried fruit and lightly scented with Orange zest. perfect for your morning toast. All this needs is a good slathering of butter!
The ultimate sourdough brioche. Yes this ticks all the boxes, just like any other soft, ultra rich, buttery brioche but with also an added advantage of natural yeast and nutrients from slow fermentation! Worth a try!
Who doesn’t love a good apple fritter? These are chock full of juicy apples, so you get more apples than dough when you bite into it. Also naturally leavened and fermented overnight ( which means more flavor). Also the glaze is not sickly sweet!
This is my guide to making sourdough baguettes at home. These are higher in hydration than regular baguettes and hence the open and light crumb structure which is perfect for sandwiches and dunking alike.
A sweet mini cake with no flour at all. If you are gluten free, this is right up your alley. This recipe uses whole oranges which results in a supper moist cake that is then drizzled generously with a Orange syrup