Health Benefits of Sourdough + 5 Tasty Recipes To Try

Why is Sourdough So Healthy?

The fermentation process in sourdough makes vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants found in whole grains much easier to absorb. This means more nutrients for your body!

That same process also breaks down lots of gluten proteins. So, bakes made with sourdough are much easier to digest, even for folks with gluten sensitivity.

Moreover, sourdough is rich in gut-friendly prebiotics and doesn't spike blood sugar levels as much as conventional bread. Super!

So make your own sourdough starter and try it in these 5 healthy and delicious recipes!

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Vegan Sourdough Waffles

These 10-minute fluffy waffles are the easiest recipe you can make with your sourdough — no kneading or proofing needed!


Italian Sourdough Crackers

These whole-grain crackers burst with the wonderful aroma of Italian herbs. They're high in fibres, healthy, and irresistibly crunchy!


Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls

These cinnamon buns are much more flavourful than the classic ones. And because our recipe is vegan, low-fat and high-fibre, they're healthier too!


Low-Fat Sourdough Croissants

Prove these delicious croissants overnight and bake them the following morning for a lovely family breakfast.


Sourdough Pumpkin Bread

Use pureed pumpkin to give colour, flavour, and moisture to this glorious sourdough loaf. So good!

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