Sourdough Cookies are a great way to use my sourdough starter, whether it is fresh starter, discard, fed or unfed.
If you would like ways to use your sourdough starter you can also visit my page Recipes For Discarded Sourdough for more inspiration.
Not too many things rank higher than a fresh-baked cookie. 😉
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Tools You Will Need for these recipes
Now you can mix and match items, but these are a few that I have found helpful as I am making the recipes.
- Cookie Sheet
- Parchment Paper
- Wooden Spoon
- Wire Rack
- Cookie Scoop
- Airtight Container
- Stand Mixer (optional) with a Large Mixing Bowl
- Hand Mixer (optional)
- Large Bowl and Small Bowl
- Sheet Pan / Baking tray
- Large Piece of Plastic Wrap
- Heat Source (oven, air fryer, countertop oven)
Looking to Bake Cookies, Here is a list of sourdough cookies for you to try!
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Baking Sweet Foods With Sourdough
When can I bake with my sourdough starter?
The process of baking with your sourdough starter can begin immediately, however you can baking certain things like sourdough pancakes, English muffins, crispy cookies, crackers etc. This will make some items a little more dense.
But if you want to make things that are a little more fluffy, tender and soft you will want to use a sourdough starter that is at least 7 to 14 days old. It will have enough yeast to help the item rise properly.
Yummy foods like this Sourdough French Toast