Hello again, friends!
It’s a beautiful morning where I am… and it marks day 9 of my Miracle Morning routine! I am so glad I got back into it, I feel December has been the most productive for me in a few months. I’m sure you can see that as well, since a few new posts have appeared on the blog! That makes me happy! Writing makes me happy – I need to do more of it!
As promised in my last post about the benefits of minimalism, this week a post will go up with our family routines which keep us sane and which have allowed us to not have to panic when the doorbell rings – stay tuned!
BUT, in today’s Sunday Session with The Sane Mum I wanted to share with you a recipe that might not be simple, but I know it will help any of you who are celiac or have celiac family members… a gluten free sourdough bread recipe!
Yes, we have finally mastered a Gluten Free Sourdough Bread Recipe! Oh, and it’s also egg-free!
In my first ever Sunday Session post I mentioned how I discovered a gluten free sourdough starter from iHerb! (<<This is my affiliate link, using it will give you a 5% discount!) Then, I shared some pics of the experimentation process on my Instagram! By now, I have mastered a recipe!
The first time you make it, it might feel overwhelming, especially if you’ve never looked after a sourdough starter before. But I promise you that by now I am so used to it, it doesn’t take long to put it together. I purchase all the flours through 2 Brothers Foods or just from the supermarket if I don’t plan ahead enough! They’re all stored in their own container with their own scoop. It’s these simple prep steps that make gluten free sourdough bread-making smoother for me, I just pull everything out onto the bench, weigh each flour in, put them straight away and that’s it!
Bear in mind that the recipe has been mastered to my husband’s taste, as it has been several weeks of him giving me much needed tips such as “tastes great, but it’s a bit flat and small” and “the texture is perfect, but it’s got a funny aftertaste”. All these tips were taken on board, ingredients amended, and over a span of the past 3 months we have created the loaf of gluten free sourdough bread that the husband loves! Yay! I can’t wait to hear what the celiacs in your family think about it!![amd-zlrecipe-recipe:2]