We love our breakfast foods here on the Hilltop! Big Saturday morning brunches, breakfast for dinner, and quick weekday morning grabs. Items such as muffins, pancakes, eggs, hashbrowns, bacon, ham, waffles, and biscuits are our most popular choices.
Unfortunately, all of those bread items aren’t the healthiest choices. The gluten in them is hard on our digestive systems and all they usually contain loads of sugar. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were healthier breakfast alternatives? Enter sourdough and natural sweeteners! Learn how to How to Start a Sourdough Starter right here!
Each of the breakfast recipes I’ve listed below contain the health benefits of fermentation and can each be sweetened with honey, maple syrup, or date syrup, making them a much healthier option for the morning (or evening) meal.
Here are a few of my favorite sourdough recipes for breakfast. I love each one of these because they are all quick to make, delicious, and naturally sweetened! That means they are a yummy and healthy option for breakfast. Find even more sourdough recipes at the very end of this blog post as well.
Healthy Sourdough Recipes for Breakfast
Looking for a healthier cinnamon roll option? One that contains the benefits of fermentation from sourdough and isn’t full of processed sugars? I have the perfect recipe right here! Naturally sweetened, long fermented, and way more delicious and filling than those canned options at the grocery store. I’ve listed the needed supplies and ingredients, step-by-step instructions, and tips for success down below.
Find a simple, healthy, and homemade Sourdough Drop Biscuit recipe just below. All the needed supplies and ingredients are listed above the step-by-step instructions. There’s additional information located at the end of this post about creating your own sourdough starter from scratch and the health benefits of sourdough.
This Peanut Butter Crepe recipe is so simple, quick, and easy to make. It takes me 15 minutes from start to finish. I’d say thats pretty good for as healthy as they are. Thanks to all the eggs, this breakfast item is packed with protein! Find all the needed supplies, ingredients, and step-by-step instructions just below. Let’s make a healthy breakfast!
You’ll want to save this delicious Sourdough Muffin recipe because you’ll absolutely love it! Get all the health benefits of long fermentation while still treating yourself…just a little! These muffins turn out light and fluffy on the inside. Find everything you need to know in order to make this recipe right here! A list of needed materials and ingredients, tips and tricks for success are also listed. Let’s get to baking!
This sourdough waffle recipe is made with simple ingredients, quick to whip up, and much healthier than many other waffle options! Sourdough aids in digestion, thus making these pancakes easier on the belly. Honey, maple syrup, and date syrup are much better for your system than refined white and brown sugars. You’ll want to save this recipe because I feel confident it’ll become a frequent breakfast item on the menu! Find all the needed ingredients and instructions just below. Now let’s get to making some waffles!
This sourdough pancake recipe is made with simple ingredients, quick to whip up, and much healthier than many other pancake options! Sourdough aids in digestion, thus making these pancakes easier on the belly. Honey, maple syrup, and date syrup are much better for your system than refined white and brown sugars. You’ll want to save this recipe because I feel confident it’ll become a frequent breakfast item on the menu! Find all the needed ingredients and instructions just below. Now let’s get to making some pancakes!
How Can I Make My Own Sourdough Starter?
Interested in implementing sourdough into your kitchen? Here’s everything you need to know to get your sourdough starter going.
All it takes is flour, water, and about 7 days time.
I also answer a few of the most frequently asked questions about sourdough over here.
How is Sourdough Healthier than Regular Bread?
Read more in depth about the health benefits of sourdough here. I explain four reasons that sourdough is one of the healthiest breads you can consume, as well as describe how the fermentation process of sourdough works.
More on Sourdough
- Why Sourdough is One of the Healthiest Breads
- 5 Favorite Ways to Use Sourdough Discard
- How & Why to Put a Sourdough Starter in the Fridge
- Sourdough Mistakes to Avoid
- How to Convert a Regular Recipe to Sourdough
- How to Start a Sourdough Starter