Gluten free yorkshires with roast beef – the ultimate winter feast!

Gluten free yorkshires with roast beef – the ultimate winter feast!

As the nights start to draw in and the central heating comes on, sometimes there’s nothing better than a good Sunday roast.

Now I’m not the biggest fan of a roast dinner, but I had one so amazing tonight I just had to tell you all about it!

When Mum went off to visit the rellies, I came home to find half a cow in the freezer from some distant family friend with a farm!

So it seemed like the perfect opportunity to FINALLY get round to making some Yorkshire puddings with the mix the lovely Isabel sent me last year!

Now I get sent a lot of products to review and I try to get through them all, but sometimes I do forget – making it a lovely suprise when I unearth them again!

I have tried Isabel’s pizza base mix before (read earlier review here) and I LOVED it, so I just knew these yorkies would be good.

I was really excited to try this Yorkshire pudding mix, and it was so simple!

Just add 120ml of milk and 1 large egg to a blender, then tip in 50g of the mix and blend together.

Heat a muffin tin with some oil in, and when it’s hot, add the cold batter mix, whack in the over at 200’C/Gas 6 and bake for 20 mins until golden brown!

I’d never made Yorkshires before, and they came out brilliantly – just check it out!

We had this with a joint of brisket, slow roasted with root veg for 3 hours in the oven, yorkies, roast potatoes and horseradish sauce, yum!!

What’s your favourite roast dinner? Have you tried making  Yorkshires before? What’s your favourite recipe?



  1. alexis
    September 30, 2012 / 21:06

    we make something like that here but we call em popovers.i make the gf of course but i fill mine with all sorts of yummy things. curried chicken, egg salad, kalua (sp) pork is our fav. or i can sweeten the recipe, bake in mini muffin tins & make cream puffs out of them useing vanilla pudding. dress them up with chocolate sause & caramel, oh. dear. Lord!!!!!!!! we ate the whole batch. for dinner. yes we were sick afterwards but it really was worth it;)

    • Sarah Howells (GF Blogger)
      September 30, 2012 / 21:53

      Oh wow, cream puffs sound amazing! Do you make them with a gf batter type mix? I’d love to have a go, not seen anything like that here! Putting fillings in these sounds good too….though you should definitely try them with roast beef and gravy….yum!!

      • alexis
        September 30, 2012 / 22:15

        hubby & i have talked about doin the yorkshire way for a while just havent done it. the recipe for gf popovers is stupid simple but i dont know how to convert to your measurements but its easy here. for a full batch: 4 eggs, 1 cup milk. blender it!!! add 1/3 cup tapioca flour (or starch, same thing) & 2/3 cup rice flour.( i use sweet rice flour. it gives a wonderful lift that reg rice flour doesnt) some salt. blend!!!!! i add ground black pepper to it cuz we love pepper;) your muffin tin is in a 425 f degree oven. pull tin out, spray with releaser spray, fill cups about 2/3s full. pop in oven for 25 mins . dont peek!!!!!! thats my savory popover. for the sweet…. mini muffin pan in oven, ( you can use the big one too but i like the small tins better for cream puffs) full recipe: 4 eggs, about 1 cup of milk but back off a bit & add vanilla coffee creamer to it. blenderize 1/3 cup tapioca flour & 2/3 cup sweet rice flour. a bit of sugar, & a splash of vanilla extract. blend, blend, blend….. pan, spray, pour, oven 20 mins on these little guys. while thats baking, make up your fav vanilla pudding.we use Jell-o brand pudding mix. the 96g size. ( i cheated, its on the box;)..)i dont follow the recipe. i use the pie recipe on the side.makes a stiffer pudding thats easier to use. out come the popovers, let cool for a few on a rack, then hubby pipes the pudding into the popovers using a pastry pipe thing ( i just use the stuff, i dont know what it is) plate them, dust with powdered sugar, & drizzle with chocolate syrup & carmel. eat!!!!! they are so easy to play with. you can do anything with the recipe. as long as you share;) have fun & enjoy!!!!!!

  2. Paul Atkinson
    October 1, 2012 / 16:51

    Hi I’m Paul and am 57 I was diagnosed after suffering on my 50 birthday so I know what normal food tastes like !
    If you want Yorkshire puds that are easy and tasty as normal ones and the same principal (hot tins hot fat and poor in)
    The recipe is
    2oz cornflour
    2oz white mix (Juvela or Glutafin both work great)
    200ml milk
    3 eggs and salt
    I have made these many times without any problem, they rise great and you will not taste any difference from normal ones, I think the’re tastier

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