White chocolate pecan sourdough is a nutty, crusty bread with little pockets of sweetness from the melted white chocolate and once you have a taste, you won’t be able to go back to life without it.
Nothing is quite as satisfying to eat alongside a bowl of Indian curry than fresh-off-the-griddle naan. And this surprisingly easy, full-flavored sourdough naan does not disappoint.
This sourdough kabocha and black sesame babka has serious wow-factor, is bursting with flavor, and super nutritious. The perfect Halloween colors are a bonus to celebrate your spooky festivities with style.
These lovely 100% Kamut Sourdough English muffins are packed with delicious nutrition and make a perfect on-the-go breakfast for the back to school season.
If you love pizza (and who doesn’t, really), making it at home is an essential skill. And I’m here to teach you a fool-proof homemade pizza dough recipe and how to cook it to get that perfect, crispy, charred, blistered crust that’ll rival any pizza you’ve paid big bucks for.
Ok, this is the last of my bread in this series, I promise. But really, you need to try them. These sourdough whole wheat cranberry rolls are good. The base of the filling is cream cheese and homemade cranberry sauce, with dried cranberries sprinkled all over. Then once it’s all done, you top it with orange cream cheese frosting. Even my non-cranberry-fan husband loved them.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread. I mean, really, do I have to explain any further? It’s rich and sweet and gooey. And my version has no refined sugar, so you can feel a little less guilt about that second slice.
If you’re getting ready for a Christmas dinner party, these will go well on your table. They’re easy, require little hands on work, delicious, and really quite nutritious (and let’s be honest, we all need a little more nutritious food during the holidays). The perfect accompaniment to that roast or whatever you plan to have for your main course.
One day I was walking around my house humming Scarborough Fair, and for the life of me I couldn’t remember any of the lyrics except the part with the herbs “parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme”. I looked them up and I was so confused. Why do we sing this song around Christmastime? I did a bunch of research and I still have no idea, but for some reason that melody and those herbs always feel Christmassy to me, so I’m going with it.
This recipe is very similar to my previous white sourdough loaf. But a few of the measurements and techniques are a little bit different because it’s made with whole wheat flour instead of white all-purpose flour.