Use your sourdough starter this holiday season in these delicious recipes!
Making sourdough recipes for the holiday table is a no-brainer! I mean, sourdough just adds so much flavor and texture to a meal. There is always room for sourdough, right?
Move beyond a typical loaf of bread and add these delicious sourdough recipes to your holidays.
These recipes are great for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, and any holiday you celebrate!
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Wondering how you can use your favorite sourdough starter this holiday? Below are my favorite ways to use sourdough for special meals!
Holiday Sourdough Recipes
Use your sourdough starter in these delicious recipes this holiday season.
All your pies will be just that much better with this homemade sourdough pie crust.
You NEED these popovers on your holiday table. Easy and delicious and a great use of starter.
Panettone is a traditional holiday staple. This sourdough version is delightful and worth the work.
This chocolate and cinnamon sourodugh babka is amazing! A perfect bread to serve any time of day.
Start your holiday morning off right with these amazing overnight sourodugh cinnamon rolls.
Look no further, these are the BEST sugar cookies!
A delightful and easy dessert that tastes amaˆzing. Everyone will be surprised when you tell this this cake is sourdough!
French toast is a great option for breakfast on holiday mornings. This sourdough french toast is beyond delicious.
Your holiday cookie tray needs these cute gingerbread cookies made with sourdough starter!
Soft and cakey with all the molasses and spice, plus a hint of sourodugh. These cookies are amazing!
Make a traditional stollen for the holidays but add your sourdough for a fun twist on a classic.
Do I need a sourdough starter for these recipes?
Yes, you do. These recipes were developed for sourdough starters. If you don’t have one yet, you can learn how to make a sourdough starter.
What kind of sourdough starter do I need for these recipes?
Most of these recipes call for a 100% hydration starter, which means it has been fed equal amounts of flour and water by weight. If you need help figuring out what hydration your starter is, or how to take care of your starter easily, read my guide on feeding a sourdough starter.
New to sourdough? Read my Ultimate Guide to Sourdough for Beginners to answer all the questions you have!