Yorkshire Pudding Dessert
I know many of you are surprised to see Yorkshire Pudding on our dessert list. Yes, these beauties are usually served as a side dish for soaking up the gravy on your toast or perhaps the last drop of the stew that you made.
However, you should know that Yorkshire Puddings do not just belong on a roast dinner. Served with some sweets like ice cream, fruits, whipped cream, syrup, etc., they can be a delicious dessert too.
Haven’t had Yorkshire Pudding Dessert before? You are really missing out! But no worries, it’s not yet too late for you to have a taste of this easy family dessert recipe.
Whisking up a Yorkshire pudding batter is really simple. Once they are ready, you can top them with almost any sweets that your heart desires. First, we are going to show you how to make the base of your dessert, which is, of course, the Yorkshire pudding. Later on, we will give you some ideas as to how you can turn them into a luscious dessert.
These flawless Yorkshire puddings are crispy and golden on the outside but soft and spongy on the inside. They also have a cute hole in the middle, which you can fill up with almost anything sweet to make these beauties the perfect dessert.
Yes, Yorkshire puddings are not only an excellent side dish for your roast dinner but can also be a luscious dessert.
1/2 cup Sunflower oil (other oils can be used too)
3/4 cup plain flour
2 large eggs
1/2 cup milk
salt and pepper
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and then sieve the flour into a bowl.
- Add the eggs, milk, salt, and pepper to the bowl and whisk until smooth using a hand blender or hand whisk. Let the mixture rest for about 10 minutes.
- Grease each section of the muffin or cupcake tray with Sunflower oil or any oil that you opt to use.
- Place the muffin or cupcake tray in the preheated oven to heat the oil.
- Remove the tray from the oven. Be extra careful as it will be extremely hot.
- Pour the batter evenly in each section, halfway. Use a spoon to avoid drips but you need to work as quickly as possible.
- Bake for about 15 minutes or until golden and crispy.
- Do not remove the puddings from the oven too early. Otherwise, they won’t be crispy and they might shrink.
- Avoid opening the oven while baking as this will prevent the puddings from rising properly.
Now, to make your Yorkshire puddings a delightful dessert, you can simply serve them with your favorite ice cream. You can also drizzle them with golden syrup.
Do you want chocolate with your pudding? Not a problem. All you have to do is to melt the chocolate and serve it with your Yorkshire puddings. You can still have ice cream on the side.
Another option is to fill the center of each pudding with custard and then sprinkle over some granola crumble to have that extra crunch.