So it turns out sourdough muffins are a thing. Who knew? I was hoping there was more to sourdough than just bread, but sourdough muffins? Awesome.
Except when they’re not. My first batch was, quite frankly, gross. Rubbery and doughy.
So taking what I learned the first time around I made a recipe that actually works. They are also refined sugar-free too – which is not the same as actually sugar-free but honey is bound to be better for us than refined white sugar!
How to make Sourdough Muffins
Mix and leave overnight
1/2C active starter
1C white flour
1C wholemeal flour
The next day
Preheat the oven to 200C and well grease 12 muffin pans with butter.
To the dough from the night before add:
75g melted butter
1/2-3/4C melted honey
2t mixed spice
1 1/2t baking soda
Mix very well with a wooden spoon until nicely combined. Divide into 12 muffin pans. Bake for 20 minutes.
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Dana is a homesteading, homeschooling mama to 3, based in the south of New Zealand.
She is a Certified Ketogenic Living Coach, and natural wellness expert, as well as a Registered Nurse, with post grad training in mothers and babies. She has struggled with infertility and PCOS and conceived all 3 babies naturally.
Dana is passionate about natural health and gentle parenting. With a background in well child / baby nursing she loves sharing what she knows with mamas, mamas-to-be and mama-want-to-be’s.
She enjoys getting out in the garden, or just sitting at the beach in the sun. Dana also blogs about fertility and pregnancy at naturalearthymama.com, coaches people through Simplyketogeniclife.com and creates meal plans for earthlarder.com