I loved my original sourdough discard cinnamon muffin recipe so much that I thought I'd try it again. This time with chocolate chips - and now it's even better.
Need to use up some sourdough discard? Try these cinnamon muffins. They're so light and sweet and soft that you'd never know you put in your discard.
Cook low and slow I say. This zesty barbecue pulled chicken recipe is a family favorite. It goes with just about anything from sandwiches to steamed buns.
I'm back with another chocolate chip cookie recipe - this time it's an oatmeal cookie and it's divine. Seriously. It's really really good. Why bake anything else?
I made simple vanilla sweet bread this week and it is just so good. I love how light and sweet this bread is, and it pairs well with a lot of different flavors.
You don't have to wait until St. Patrick's day to enjoy Irish nachos. Cook these gorgeous nachos in a cast-iron skillet and enjoy!
I made a 100% whole wheat loaf from scratch over the weekend. It was super soft and fluffy and airy and yummy. And I'm just feeling rather proud of it.
These are my favorite chocolate chip cookies of all time. I love making these cookies whenever I can. You should try them too.
Don't want to waste your sourdough starter every day? You don't have to! This week I take a look at what happens if you don't discard, and what you can do to minimize waste.
Want to make cookies but don't want to bake? These peanut butter chocolate cookies are perfect - and it's a small batch, so you don't have to feeling guilty.