Yorkshire Pudding

Image © 2010 Liv Gluten-Free

Image © 2010 Liv Gluten-Free

Yorkshire Pudding
Adapted from The Betty Crocker Cookbook

This is a bread and not actually a “pudding”. Traditionally it’s served with a beef roast such as prime rib, and the drippings are used in the recipe. If you aren’t making a roast, or you don’t have enough drippings, you can use butter in place of some or all of the fat.

1/4 cup beef drippings from roast
1 cup all-purpose gluten-free flour blend (try Bob’s Red Mill)
1 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 eggs

1. While your roast is resting, covered, prepare the Yorkshire Pudding. Heat oven to 450°F.

2. Place hot pan drippings in 9-inch pan; place pan in oven and heat until hot. In medium bowl, combine flour, milk, salt and the eggs and whisk just until smooth. Pour batter into pan of drippings.

3. Bake 18 to 25 minutes or until puffy and golden brown (pudding will puff during baking but will deflate shortly after being removed from oven). Cut pudding into squares; serve immediately.


Category: Entertaining, Recipes, Sides | Tags: , , 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Yorkshire Pudding”

  1. ravenbran20 said:

    thank you for posting this recipe! I was starting to pout at the thought of never eating Yorkshire again.

    Making it tonight, will let you know how mine turns out.


  2. Liv said:

    Thanks so much for your comment! Enjoy it!


  3. daniela said:

    I made Yorkshire pudding in a 12-hole muffin pan following your recipe. I think I probably should have made the pan hotter before inserting the batter (I was a bit impatient!).
    They turned out great. My other half ate them all and talked about Me making them in the future. Hah
    First time making them. I also made a gluten free flour blend that I have never made before. Here is the blend I used:
    3/4 cup chickpea flour
    3/4 cup white rice flour
    1/4 cup sorghum flour
    1/4 cup arrowroot starch
    1/4 cup cornstarch
    1Tbsp. xanthan gum

    There are pictures on my twitter/instagram.

  4. Cashena said:

    Can these be made in muffin tins as well?

  5. Marilyn said:

    My mother will be so happy she is celiac and has felt deprived every Christmas!

Leave a Reply

Back to top


Free Newsletter
  • My new book is out and ready in stores!
  • You can purchase online or in-stores
  • Sign up for my newsletter for the latest updates
  • Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest!