Spelt Sourdough

Crisscross Rolls

Crisscross rolls are a forgotten classic and they used to be found in almost every bakery! Today this form of roll has almost disappeared from the scene – all the more reason to bake it for the blog. Any standard… weiterlesen

King Ludwig Bread

King Ludwig Masterclass Spelt – an extraordinary grain? We reveal: Differences in taste from two different leavening processes: Spelt sourdough vs. Crowning discipline, Detmold three-stage rye sourdough Attention: Anyone who asks questions about spelt that have already been… weiterlesen

Wholegrain Spelt Schnecken

In order to improve the offering of rolls and buns these wholegrain spelt schnecken are just what I was looking for. This recipe is quick and easy. The scald and pre-dough ensure freshness and taste. To make the recipe a… weiterlesen

Sunflower Bread with Chia Seeds

This small, hearty bread is just right for a changeup at snack time. By using a soaker made from chia seeds, flax seeds, roasted sunflower seeds and spelt flakes, the bread crumb becomes extremely moist and stays fresh for a… weiterlesen

Spelt Cloud

Since the demand for spelt recipes on the blog has increased, I decided to bake some spelt recipes for you. The spelt series starts with a wonderfully moist, compact spelt bread with a great flavor and a very long shelf… weiterlesen

Pane Sera

Everyone is familiar with the same old question: What do I do with the sourdough that I always have left over from feeding or baking? Right, well you throw all of it into a recipe, knead a dough and then… weiterlesen

Pane di Como

Since ancient times, the surface of the bread is scored or cut before baking for many breads. Once baked, these score lines lend the bread a typical look. The technical purpose of this is to divert the excess pressure that… weiterlesen

Spelt French Baguettes

In order to expand the range of spelt options, I still needed a recipe with spelt sourdough. When choosing my recipe, I landed on a baguette. Making baguettes from spelt flour differs from wheat baguettes in a few ways. In… weiterlesen

Dinkelseelen und Dinkelknauzen

Because there are many traditional spelt rolls, I would like to give some of these a try. The spelt lovers in southern Germany, for example, have their Dinkelseelen or Dinkelknauzen.  These spelt rolls were always made with long dough processing… weiterlesen