Tag: holiday baking

Breakfast & Brunch recipes, Celebrate with Bread Baking, Everyday Bread Baking, Holiday recipes, Recipe, Special Occasion recipes

Sourdough Jam-Filled Star Bread

Some of the links for products below are affiliate links. I may receive a small commission if you purchase through the link, but it does not affect the price to you, the customer. I love the way star bread looks. It is so beautiful and the shaping process is so satisfying as this shape comes […]

Breakfast & Brunch recipes, Celebrate with Bread Baking, Holiday recipes, Recipe, Sourdough Discard recipes

Gingerbread Scones with Eggnog Icing (Sourdough Discard)

When I was creating recipes for my book, Celebrate with Bread Baking, one of the hardest recipes to make was a quick bread gingerbread that I deemed worthy of putting into the book. But when I made this mashup of two holiday favorite flavors into a tender scone…. I knew I’d found it. In fact […]

Celebrate with Bread Baking, Holiday recipes, Recipe, Special Occasion recipes

Naturally Fermented Pan Dulce Conchas (Sweet Shell Bread)

Some of the links for products below are affiliate links. I may receive a small commission if you purchase through the link, but it does not affect the price to you, the customer. This delicious sourdough based recipe is inspired by a non-sourdough version I made in my book Celebrate with Bread Baking! Pan Dulce […]

hot cross buns
Holiday recipes, Recipe

Sourdough Hot Cross Buns

Before you hear any anecdotes or read the recipe, here is the info that I know that you need: TIMING Time required: Activating starter 6-12 hours Fermentation 3-5 hours Proofing 1.5-3 hours Baking 20-24 minutes Not only are these delicious and a traditional favorite, I love the meaning that I see in them. They are […]

Breakfast & Brunch recipes, Dinner recipes, Recipe, Special Occasion recipes, Whole Wheat

Sourdough Whole Wheat Challah Bread

This recipe is featured in the Holidays section of my book Everyday Bread Baking. You can learn more about my books here: https://livingbreadbaker.com/books/ Once I began using freshly milled whole wheat, I was excited to see how it would transform a recent family favorite: challah bread. The moisture of the starter, the water, oil, and […]