Welcome to Leavenly, I’m so glad you’re here!
By baking bread, you are participating in – and contributing to – thousands of years of history. Bread can connect us, heal us, and nurture us. Give a loaf as a thoughtful gift to neighbors, or offer it sliced to friends with olive oil and a glass of wine. Baking bread is intimidating for a lot of people, but I promise you it doesn’t have to be.
Leavenly was born to show moms that it’s absolutely possible to bake sourdough at home with kids running around. Through trial and error, I’ve found a few tricks that work for me to make sourdough with two kids under three. I’m here to share those methods with you, so welcome, take a look around, and reach out if you have any questions!
Not a Mom? No Problem!
I use the word “mom” universally, but that can be changed to dad, aunt, uncle, grandparent… Any caregiver can start baking sourdough for the kids they care for! I share best practices on how to bake around incredibly busy and chaotic schedules, which can also be useful to many single and couples that don’t have kids. We all live busy lives and I’m here to help you with tips and tricks on how you can make time to still enjoy home cooked sourdough bread.
Not Sure Where to Start?
Here, I’ll guide you. Check out my Start Here page. But if you’re just looking for some great recipes, resources, and tips on Sourdough, below are some of my most popular posts. Before you go, make sure you subscribe below for the latest sourdough fun!
- 5 Best Sourdough Cookbooks in 2020 (For All of Your Sourdough Baking)
- Sourdough Resources
- How to Dry (and Revive) your Sourdough Starter for Long-Term Storage
- My Go-To Sourdough Recipe
- Simple Sourdough English Muffins Recipe
- Is Sourdough Good for Kids?