Yorkshire puddings are basically puffy pancakes so may be within the comfort zone for a fussy eater.
Super simple to cook so a good one to make with the littlies.
I often throw some in the oven when I’m doing a roast, and they always disappear. But there is no reason not to cook them separately or even add jam or another favourite spread.
¾ cup milk
½ cup flour (I used wholemeal spelt)
Heat 5 ramekins or muffin tin holes in an oven at 220˚ with oil that is okay at high heat. I use ghee, fat from the meat or deodorized coconut oil. Once the receptacle is hot and the oil melted, grease the inside of the holder. Place back in the oven until ready to fill.
Whisk eggs and milk together in a bowl. Gradually add flour, so it combines into a smooth batter.
Pour batter into muffin tin/ramekins to approx. 2/3 of the height
Bake in the oven until puffy and browning on top (approx. 25 minutes)
Serve either warm or cold
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