These apple cider sourdough doughnuts are a delicious fall treat! They’re soft and fluffy on the inside with a nice crunch on the outside– perfectly spiced and with just a hint of apple cider. I’m sure you’re going to love them!
This post is Part Three of our Complete Guide to Sourdough Bread Making! If you’re just starting out, check out Part One (How to: Shortcut Sourdough Starter) and Part Two (The Beginner’s Guide to Dough Making and Development).
This is Part Two of my Sourdough Bread Making Guide. This post will cover basic dough creation and development. If you do not have a sourdough starter yet, check out Part One. If you’re looking to refine your sourdough skills, check out the Guide for Advanced Bakers.
This is Part One of our Complete Guide to Sourdough Bread Making! If you already have a healthy sourdough starter, feel free to jump on to Part Two (dough development) or Part Three (refining your sourdough skills)!
These sourdough discard doughnut holes are a delicious and easy treat– for breakfast or dinner! Crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside, and with just a hint of sourdough and cinnamon. They’re also extremely versatile; you can dip them in chocolate sauce, coat them in powdered sugar, or even stuffed them with your favorite jam or filling. Let’s get baking!
I decided to combine my three favorite things: brown butter, sourdough, and brunch… and all I can say is wow! These cinnamon rolls have it all— they’re warm, slightly nutty, sour and sweet— all in one! If you’re a fan of big, doughy cinnamon rolls that pack a strong cinnamon punch but aren’t too sweet, you’ll be a big fan of these! Time to feed your sourdough starter and get baking!