• Soft Sourdough Dinner Buns

    Soft Sourdough Dinner Buns
    Indulge in the heavenly aroma and irresistible taste of freshly baked Soft Sourdough Buns with this easy-to-follow recipe.  To create these delightful dinner rolls, you'll need your trusty sourdough starter, some basic pantry ingredients, and a little bit of patience. The natural fermentation process of the sourdough starter adds depth and complexity to the flavor, while the carefully crafted dough results in a tender crumb that's perfect for holding all your favorite fillings.  Bake this sourdough recipe same day, or if a deeper flavor  is desired, place the dough into the fridge (for up to 24 hours) after the first proof has completed.
    Continue reading
  • Sourdough Hamburger Buns - Small Batch

    Sourdough Hamburger Buns - Small Batch

    There's something irresistible about biting into a juicy burger nestled between two pillowy-soft buns. And when those buns are infused with the tangy, complex flavors of sourdough, it takes the burger experience to a whole new level. Sourdough hamburger buns, with their slightly tangy taste and airy texture, have become a staple for burger enthusiasts and home bakers alike.

    But achieving the perfect sourdough hamburger bun is an art form that requires patience and a touch of finesse. Fortunately, I'm here to guide you through the process, ensuring that your homemade buns turn out to be the star of your next backyard barbecue. So, grab your apron, dust off your sourdough starter, and let's dive into this delightful recipe.

    Continue reading
  • Sourdough English Muffins Overnight Recipe

    Sourdough English Muffins Overnight Recipe

    These delicious sourdough English muffins are a super simple to make! Just mix up the night before and cook in the morning for a yummy breakfast. With just 5 minutes of hands on time, this recipe is mostly hands off, until you come to cooking your delightful English Muffins in the pan.  Sourdough is an easy way to add a depth of flavor to baked goods that doesn't exist store-bought bread products.

    And not only that, you'll find the health benefits of slowly fermented sourdough breads beneficial to those with even the most sensitive stomachs.  From enhanced digestibility -  The long fermentation process breaks down complex carbohydrates and proteins in the grains, making them easier for our bodies to digest. This can be especially beneficial for individuals with gluten sensitivities.  To improved nutrient absorption - Sourdough fermentation increases the availability of essential nutrients, such as iron, zinc, magnesium, and B-vitamins, making them more accessible for absorption by our bodies.  To balanced gut health and lowering blood sugar levels.  So, not only does slow-fermented sourdough provide a delightful taste and texture experience, but it also offers several health benefits that make it an excellent choice for bread lovers.
    Continue reading
  • Sourdough Croutons

    Sourdough Croutons
    Sourdough croutons are very easy to make and with just a handful of ingredients.  For best results with your croutons, use day old, or two day old bread.  Your homemade croutons will store for 1 to 2 weeks in an airtight container or Ziploc bag.  Use your croutons to top salads, soups and more!  You can even blend them up to make sourdough breadcrumbs.
    Continue reading
  • Flaky Sourdough Biscuits

    Flaky Sourdough Biscuits

    Flakey, buttery sourdough biscuits are easy to make with discard or with active starter.  These sourdough biscuits are a great way to use starter that you might be discarding when it is sourdough starter feeding time.  Use these as the base to an amazing egg and bacon breakfast sandwich, or slather them in butter and jam.  Don't have a sourdough starter yet?   Just grab our very own Summit Sourdough Starter to give you the best results possible.

    Continue reading
  • Sourdough Soft Pretzels

    Sourdough Soft Pretzels
    Sourdough pretzels have a crunchy, chewy exterior with a soft and flavorful center.  This recipe is perfect for eating plain, or dunking in your favorite beer cheese!  Made with multiple topping options, there will be a combination to please even your hardest critic!  Due to the lack of commercial yeast in this recipe, it is a 2 day process, but most of the time is hands off.  Suggested toppings include:  butter and salt, cinnamon and sugar, plain or cheese.  Top with your favorite pizza sauce and pizza toppings to make pizza pretzels!
    Continue reading