• Oct.13...Happy National Yorkshire Pudding Day!

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    Over a year ago

    Puddings are a whole different thing over in the UK!
    I’ve never been to England so we might need @LittleLotte to help on this, but from what I can dig up traditional Yorkshire pudding is like American popovers or biscuits that are baked under a pan of meat so that the meat fat drips on them while they’re both in the oven, or just baked like biscuits and served with meat and gravy…either way is screamingly gross and so wrong!
    Check it out…the yumful popover part has been veganized by some supercool UK bloggers! I love the smell of baking popovers so I hope these recipes come close. 🙂

    Little Vegan Yorkshire Puddings
    From Vegetarian Recipe Club
    vegan margarine
    self raising flour
    baking powder
    soy milk
    egg replacer (ex: Orgran or Ener-G brands)

    Details and directions at Little Vegan Yorkshire Puddings
    According to the Rules of the Interwebs, you shouldn’t post someone else’s entire recipe, only part of it with a link to the rest, unless you’ve changed the recipe up bigtime.

    Vegan variations…
    Vegan Yorkshire Pudding from Debbie at Maple ♥ Spice
    Vegan Yorkshire Puddings from Laura at Heavenly Vegan Baking
    Vegan Yorkshire Puddings from Jeni at Heathen Vegan
    Vegan Yorkshire Pudding from Alternative Stores
    Vegan Yorkshire Pudding from The Vegan’s Wife
    Vegan Gluten Free Toad in the Hole with Rosemary (vegan sausages in Yorkshire pudding) from Becky at veghotpot

    Note: most of these recipes use UK measurements so use conversion charts…
    oven temps at
    weights (grams/ounces) at
    volume (mL/teaspoons/liquid ounces) at

    You can eat them plain, slather on lots of vegan butter or marmalade or jam, or ladle on mushroom gravy or any kind of superthick soup or stew or stroganoffy sort of thing…yumza!

    Too much work to bake? An easy substitute could be frozen puff pastries. PETA used them in these spinningly awesome Artichoke Puffs!

    Have you eaten Yorkshire pudding? Have you been to England? What’s your favorite way to eat biscuity things?

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