Sourdough Oatmeal Sandwich Bread

Sourdough Oatmeal Sandwich Bread reminiscent of the hearty multigrain sandwich breads that I ate when I was a kid. With a soft and spongy texture this bread is perfect for peanut butter jelly, but is sturdy enough for a tall BLT.

Sourdough Discard Chewy Spice Cookies

Chewy cookies reminiscent of snickerdoodles with an added depth of flavor thanks to the addition of brown sugar and honey. Warm notes of ginger, nutmeg and cloves make these perfect for snowy cold weather, but the thought of sandwiching scoops of vanilla ice cream between two of these cookies will have you longing for summer.

Sourdough Discard Banana Snack Cake

With a lighter crumb, intense banana and a rich peanut butter flavor, this Sourdough Discard Banana Snack Cake will be your new favorite way to use up overripe bananas and excess discard.

Sourdough Discard Pumpkin Bread

This moist and tender Sourdough Discard Pumpkin Loaf is the perfect way to use up your discard during fall when you’re craving treats with rich notes of spices and the earthy flavor of pumpkin.

Sourdough Discard Waffles

Making these Crispy Sourdough Discard Waffles has become my favorite way to start the day. Topping them with a super easy homemade blueberry syrup makes for an extra special (but low effort) breakfast.

Sourdough Discard Blondies

Gooey with a crackly top, and decadent brown sugar flavor, these sourdough blondies are out of this world. The flavor of sourdough adds a much-needed complexity that tames and perfectly complements the sweetness of this sugary treat.

Sourdough Apple Honey Challah

This sourdough apple honey challah has all the best qualities of a challah, eggy, sweet flavor and an incredibly soft and pillowy crumb, with all of the health benefits of naturally-leavened breads.

Sourdough Bagels

The taste, texture and flavor of fresh-baked bagels are above and beyond anything that comes in a plastic sleeve. Using sourdough elevates these further to another level.

Sourdough Bialy

A bagel with a well of caramelized onions? Although I’d never actually eaten a bialy, the moment I discovered them, I knew I had to master baking them.