Gluten free Yorkshire Puddings 

Hello Dear Reader,

You’ve got to love a Yorkshire pudding, traditionally eaten with beef, but we eat them with mock roast, or anything meaty that we eat with a few potatoes roasted. 

Traditionally, especially if you’re not from the UK, these are added to a meal when your other ingredients are lacking. They bulk out a meal and they are lovely. 

The secret to Duffy Yorkshire puds are to get the oven really hot to the highest setting, add a teaspoon of oil to each muffin tin and get it smoking hot, almost until the smell of hot oil burns your nose. Then pour the batter into the tins and get them in the oven for about fifteen minutes. Don’t open the door. 


190g of gluten free flour,

1 tsp of gluten free baking powder

3 eggs

Generous pinch of salt 

175ml milk

Beat the lot to a smooth batter, pour into the muffin tins and bake until they puff up and go crispy. They are better if you can make the wheat flour version but as I can’t eat them then I love them.

Until tomorrow,

Love Froogs xxxxxx 

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7 thoughts on “Gluten free Yorkshire Puddings 

  1. They seem kind of like a popover, but question? Is the filling soft, or does it just puff out and make an airy shell? As it’s too hot for ovens now, but I’ll tuck away for the first cool fall day with a good roast.

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  2. Love Yorkshire pudding. As a kld, when we sat down for our regular Sunday lunch roast, I used to trade my sister my baked potatoes for her Yorkshire puddings! Yum. First time commenter. Love your blog and I am learning a lot and loving your frugal recipes. Cheers from Liz K in Oz.

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  3. I make Yorkshire puddings to go with any roast. My son loves them. If I could figure an egg yolk free version I would be happy. My mother is from Yorkshire and she insists that the pudding was served before the meat course so that bellies would be filled.

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  4. Thanks Froogs Great recipe I will definately try – the only successful GF Yorkies I’ve made are from Isabels Gluten Free Yorkshire Pudding Mix from Holland and Barrett, which is very good but not cheap.

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