Ready in 50 minutes
Classic quick bread for dinner or breakfast
"These are what us English call Yorkshire pancakes and they should ideally eaten with a roast dinner covered in gravy. To make them more exciting add some sage and black pepper to the mix for a savory taste
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Preheat oven to 450 F.
Mix together first 3 ingredients.
Add eggs, one at a time, beating after each addition. (Use a handmixer, or an old fashioned rotary egg beater.)
Pour into buttered custard cups, filling 3/4 full. Place cups on baking sheet.
Bake for 25 minutes at 450, don't open the oven!
Reduce heat to 350, don't open the oven! Bake another 20 minutes.
Batter will rise and pop over the top of the cups. These bake best if the cups are not crowded close together on the baking sheet.
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westhri 3 weeks agoAdded an 1/8 tsp of garlic powder to the recipe for roast pork tonight.
fmlysrch 9 months ago
Bradorge1 1 year agoThese are Yorkshire puddings to go with a roast beef dinner. We make them by heating a little oil in a Yorkshire pud/cake tray till smoking hot, cook in hot oven till they rise and crisp, lovely!!!!
justbaking 1 year ago
sdw09 1 year agoGreat recipe. In fact, my 6 year old loves to watch the pop overs fall after you take them out of the oven. These did not fall and my son was upset. Lol. They tasted great too. Thank you.
Jo74n 1 year agoThese are what us English call Yorkshire pancakes and they should ideally eaten with a roast dinner covered in gravy. To make them more exciting add some sage and black pepper to the mix for a savory taste
pickliah 1 year ago
Allycat413fishie 1 year agoIt was good. The time had to be reduced and it needed some flavoring.
Damondirksen 1 year agoVery good and easy. Mine turned out great the first time, but I will reduce cooking time by a couple of minutes next time. Tastes a lot like German apple pancakes if you add apple or maple syrup.
Ditaws 1 year agoLovely!! I added melted cheese and mayonnaise inside of it.. Ohh, heaven on earth..
Lindsey52 1 year agoDelicious! I took them out 6 minutes early, and they were still a little browner than I would have liked. Next time I will take them out a little sooner, but a great recipe!
akrogers3 1 year agoCame out perfect the first time.Will make it many more times
melichan857 2 years agoSeemed to work best when I used 1 cup of milk and 1 cup of flour.
bigchefnj 3 years agosoooo good make all the time
ettemarie 4 years agoI think I will have to adjust the temp, they were done in about 35 min. Also they stuck to my dish, even after I coated it. Have to figure that one out too!. Very Tasty! will make again, just adjustments.