Sourdough Waffles

You can make sourdough waffles with active sourdough starter, but they also work well with sourdough discard. Some waffle recipes contain whole grain flours, rolled oats or are even gluten-free. The long fermentation in the fridge ensures that the waffles with sourdough are particularly easy to digest.

Gluten-free Sourdough Buckwheat Waffles Overnight

Gluten-free Sourdough Buckwheat Waffles Overnight

These gluten-free waffles are made with gluten-free sourdough starter and freshly ground buckwheat. As a result, they contain a lot of nutrients and fiber. Depending on the topping, buckwheat waffles are a healthy snack, a delicious breakfast or a sweet dessert. They...

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Easy Sourdough Oatmeal Waffles

Easy Sourdough Oatmeal Waffles

These oatmeal waffles contain no sugar, making them suitable for both savory and sweet waffle breakfasts. They contain no butter and no additional flour (apart from the sourdough starter). Plus, the waffles are made with no yeast or baking powder. If you use a...

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Fluffy Sourdough Spelt Waffles

Fluffy Sourdough Spelt Waffles

Actually, I would tell you now that these waffles are quick and easy to make. You can prepare the waffle batter with spelt flour and sourdough in the evening, leave it to rest overnight in the fridge and bake it the next day in a waffle iron until crispy. But I got a...

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Overnight Sourdough Waffles

Overnight Sourdough Waffles

Sourdough and waffles? What sounds strange is actually a pretty perfect match. Bad waffles are greasy and taste mainly of baking powder. Not those waffles! The sourdough not only gives the waffles a fruity aroma, but also ensures that they are soft on the inside and...

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