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Recipes

Whole Grain Sourdough Crackers

Whole Grain Sourdough Crackers

Recipes

Whole Grain Sourdough Crackers

April 05, 2020


Whole Grain Sourdough Crackers

Everyone can benefit from recipes to use up your sourdough starter discard like our delicious Sourdough Pancakes. These Whole Grain Sourdough Crackers are another perfect way to use discard you've saved up throughout the week. 

Sourdough Crackers
100g sourdough starter
60g - 80g Flourist Whole Grain Red Spring Wheat Flour
25g olive oil or room temperature butter (plus more olive oil for topping)
3g dried herbs
1g salt (plus more for topping)

Combine all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix to combine. The dough should be nice and soft. The flour amount will depend on how liquid or how thick your sourdough starter is. Begin with 60g and add more if required. 

Knead a few times and then cover with cling wrap and let sit for at least 4 hours and up to 8.

After the rest, preheat the oven to 350°F. Roll the dough until it is nice and thin (about 3mm) and cut into desired shapes. Transfer to parchment-lined sheet trays and brush with olive oil and sprinkle with salt.

Bake for about 10 minutes (depending on the shape and size of the cracker). Crackers should be nice and golden on the edges. Remove from the oven and let cool.  

7 comments


  • Hi Christina! It should still be a little sticky. A well-floured work surface is your friend here!

    Olivia Hamilton on

  • How wet should the dough be? still a little sticky or dry enough to be able to use a rolling pin on it with a light flouring?

    Christina on

  • I tried these out tonight and they worked! Crackers, real crackers baked from scratch. My favourite flavour combo? Crushed garlic, a splash of pickle juice, salt + cracked pepper. Using cookie cutters at first became tedious so I switched to slicing longer strips with a thin metal spatula. HIGHLY recommend eating these while still warm topped with Vancouver with Love’s leftover (chilled) Store Cupboard Bolognese Sauce. Yum!

    Grady on

  • While mine didn’t didn’t look as pretty as yours, they did taste great! I used Trader Joe’s everything but the bagel seasoning on the top and Red Fife flour as I have not got my hands on the elusive Spring Wheat yet. They were even a hit with my picky eater!

    Charlotte on

  • If you roll them on parchment, transfer them on the parchment before cutting to the sheet pan. Cut them with a wheel while in the sheet pan.

    Chris on

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