Go beyond standard toast with these sourdough breakfast recipes.
From casseroles to pancakes to coffee cake and English muffins, you’ll find a myriad of options. And all of them have that tangy bread flavor you crave.
Whether you use an active starter or discard, your sourdough baby can create endless breakfast goodies.
You don’t have to be a well-seasoned baker, either. These morning meals are easy enough for beginners.
Some don’t even require a starter and use good old-fashioned store-bought bread.
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get cooking so you can wake up to these irresistible sourdough breakfast recipes.
Forget the drive-thru! This 15-minute breakfast sandwich is superior. It’s super easy to throw together and highly customizable.
Take your pick of sourdough slices or an English muffin. Then, load them up with eggs, bacon, and cheddar. Or keep things meat-free and add veggies.
Sure, the ingredients are simple, but it’s all about quality.
Even Texas toast lovers will agree sourdough makes one mean French toast.
These thick slices are crispy on the outside with a melt-in-your-mouth center. Slap on the butter and drizzle on the syrup to your heart’s content.
I’m partial to the fresh berries and light dusting of powdered sugar. But top it however you like!
Searching for new ways to use sourdough discard? Make breakfast cake!
The tang from the starter and tartness of blueberries make it super yummy. And it’s not overly sugary.
Morning, dessert, or afternoon pick-me-up, enjoy a slice whenever you want.
Sourdough is hands down one of the best types of bread for grilled cheese. And the kid in me could eat this one all the time.
It’s oozing with three types of cheese, fluffy eggs, sausage, and arugula. All on sourdough slices grilled to perfection.
Sink your teeth in for the most delightful crunch. Buttery, savory, and super cheesy, it hits the spot!
Need to take your breakfast on the run? Grab one of these breakfast bites.
These savory nibbles are a well-balanced meal of eggs, veggies, cheddar, and sourdough starter.
Speaking of the starter, you can use active or discard.
They’re also freezer-friendly. So they’re a great make-ahead breakfast option to keep on hand for busy weeks.
Call the family to the breakfast table with a batch of sourdough crepes. They’re easy to make and require minimal ingredients.
The starter imparts a lovely tangy flavor. Plus, it doesn’t let that discard go to waste.
Turn them into savory crepes or make them taste like a decadent dessert. They’re great both ways.
Feeding a crowd in the morning doesn’t have to entail a large lavish spread. You just need an easy breakfast casserole like this rustic bake.
It’s full of sourdough, eggs, sausage, kale, roasted red peppers, and Gruyere.
Savory and custardy, this casserole has the best flavor and consistency. You and your guests will love it!
There’s nothing quite like warm sourdough biscuits hot out of the oven. Flaky, soft, tangy, and so buttery, they’re such a treat.
Even those new to baking will find these are easy. Ready in 30 minutes, they’re also quick. So grab your mixing bowl and start baking!
For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you’ll find plenty of uses for these biscuits.
Have you ever added sourdough starter discard to your pancakes? Well, it’s time to start. It makes them so flavorful!
This fluffy, tender stack has a touch of tang with a rich taste. And they couldn’t be any easier to make.
They only take 20 minutes and call for nine simple ingredients, plus your toppings, of course.
Grab a mug of coffee and take a moment to savor this scrumptious coffee cake. From the vanilla cake to the pecan topping, every last crumb is enticing.
The cinnamon sugar filling is a sweet surprise in between the layers. But what truly makes it is the sourdough discard.
It gives the cake a tender texture and tanginess to balance out the sweetness.
The only thing better than the smell of these cinnamon rolls is the taste. They’re so soft, buttery, and delightfully cinnamon-flavored.
The sourdough starter makes a world of difference. It puffs them up, giving them rise.
Oh, and the whipped cream cheese glaze is to die for! A smear of that on top will send you to your happy place.
Like pancakes, a sourdough starter amps up your waffle game. It gives them a subtle sourness like you get with bread.
But unlike bread, these waffles are super quick and easy. You can whip them up in 15 minutes.
I make extra to freeze, which makes busy mornings a breeze. You’ll be glad you made an additional batch when you’re trying to get everyone fed.
13. Sourdough Bagels
If you aren’t making homemade bagels, it’s time to start.
These baked goodies are so fresh and chewy with a wonderful sourdough flavor. They taste like they came straight from the bakery.
But don’t let the thought of making them from scratch intimidate you. Once you try these bagels, you’ll realize they’re easy.
You can’t eat just one of these sourdough donuts.
The cinnamon sugar coating and chewy texture make them irresistible. The slow fermentation also makes them big and airy.
Spoil the family with a fresh dozen this weekend. They’ll love waking up to these on Saturday morning.
Is it time to feed your sourdough starter? Scoop out the discard and make these scones.
They have a hint of sourdough and a light texture. And the dried cranberries and bright orange flavor makes these beauties pop.
I like to dunk mine in coffee or enjoy them with a cup of tea.
I could eat this every morning and be perfectly content. It’s easy to throw together, and it’s delicious.
A poached egg, avocado, and asparagus come on a lightly buttered sourdough slice. As for a side, there’s a handful of arugula to sneak in some greens.
Once you break the yolk, it oozes all over the toast. Sure, it’s a little messy. But boy, is it yummy!
Breakfast for dinner? Yes, please!
Mix up your pizza toppings with this breakfast pizza. Topped with eggs, bacon, tomatoes, and cheese, it covers all morning staples.
Plus, it comes with a tasty sourdough crust. Ready in 35 minutes, it’s easy enough for weekday breakfasts.
Store-bought English muffins have nothing on these homemade babies. One bite, and you’ll agree freshly baked is the only way to go.
The sourdough flavor combined with the fluffy texture rivals the best of the best.
Are breakfast sandwiches too messy to eat on the go? Bake those fillings right into the roll!
It’s a genius breakfast hack with a delicious reward. They have a sharp sourdough taste with a savory center of eggs, sausage, and cheese.
They’re also customizable and freezer-friendly. So you can stock up on your meal prep day. Then, when hunger strikes, just heat and eat.
For holidays, brunches, or breakfast potlucks, this strata is great for many occasions.
It’s loaded with sourdough, eggs, kale, shallots, and two types of cheese, so it’s also vegetarian-friendly.
And guess what? You can prepare it in advance!
This isn’t just another blueberry muffin recipe. It’s the secret to creating the most heavenly sourdough blueberry muffins around!
They have the most tender crumb and juicy berry flavor. There’s also a crunchy cinnamon sugar topping sprinkled on top.
Bake a batch the next time you don’t want your sourdough discard to go to waste.
How do you make the ultimate banana bread? Use an active sourdough starter.
It makes the bread rise, giving it a lovely texture. Overripe bananas also give it a big banana flavor.
Soft, sweet, and tender, this banana bread is one for the books.
The kid in me can’t get enough of these pop tarts. They’re a nostalgia goodie that tastes even better when they’re homemade.
The sourdough discard crust is buttery and flaky. Fill them with your flavor of choice and top them with the sweet glaze.
I’m a brown sugar cinnamon fan myself, but use any flavor you like.
For a light nibble, pair your cup of joe with a sourdough biscotti. They’re the little something you need to start your morning.
Twice-baked and speckled with almonds, these cookies have an exquisite crunch. Sourdough discard and extract add a lovely tangy, vanilla, and nutty flavor.
They make plenty, too. So you can freeze some and share the rest.
Don’t underestimate the simplicity of this toast. It’s mouthwatering!
All the components together create a symphony of flavors. Sour bread, juicy roasted tomatoes, sweet balsamic, and a poached egg create this masterpiece.
Rustic, quick, and easy, it’s a healthy bite to start your day right.
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