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
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.
MrsTMG 7m agoThey turned out wonderful. I took mine out about five minutes earlier. You just need to watch them at the end due to different oven types but overall a great recipe! Thank you. I've been craving these forever.
Urbanqueen 1y agoSimple and tasty!
gracebace 1y ago
westhri 2y agoAdded an 1/8 tsp of garlic powder to the recipe for roast pork tonight.
fmlysrch 2y ago
Bradorge1 3y 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 3y ago
sdw09 3y 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 3y 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 3y ago