Bisquick Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits I always like to have a box of Bisquick™ on hand, just in case my hubby wants biscuits. He’s a huge fan of biscuits, I mean huge fan! Since I have yet to master the art of making from scratch biscuits. (I have no …
Breakfast Pizza Naan If you’re experiencing a winter like we’re having here in Wisconsin, the last thing in the world you want to see is more snow! Shoveling snow has now become part of my daily routine. Even though we have someone plow our private driveway/road, we …
Sourdough Blueberry Muffins
This post is twofold. First off, it’s been sometime since I shared a sourdough recipe and my starter needed to be fed. Secondly, I bought some super plump blueberries at the Pig and they were begging me to put them into a muffin. This recipe is from the recipe booklet by Kathy Doogan called; “Simple Sourdough, The Alaska Way” I have used this recipe booklet for some time now. The booklet contains around 40 recipes and I think I’ve made over half. Sourdough Blueberry Muffins rock!
Twice a Month
When I’m not baking on a regular basis, therefore not using my sourdough starter, I try to bake at least twice a month. Doing so keeps my starter fed and up to par. Starting a sourdough starter and maintaining it is super simple. When I first become interested in sourdough, back in 2011, the only thing I knew about sourdough was that it was popular in San Francisco. After much research, I took the sourdough plunge and haven’t looked back. Since then I have made many sourdough recipes, some good and some not so good! Practice makes perfect, so I just keep baking. Take a look at our Recipe Box to find many sourdough recipes you can make.