Jam Popovers

Makes 12 popovers Prep Time 12 minutes   Cook Time 10 minutes   Rated:

These little treats are completely amazing if you eat them fresh. Having said that my kids were never opposed to having them cold if they ever lasted that long. My dad is a Yorkshire man and introduced me to these with left over Yorkshire pudding batter, and I was hooked from the get go. They are a bit naughty, but so good. Just don’t burn your tongue!

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Make Basic Crepe Batter and set aside in fridge.


Preheat oven to 220°C.


Using a shallow muffin tin, place a teaspoon of oil into each hole and place into oven to heat until just smoking.


Remove from oven and pour a little batter into each hole. Return to the oven as quickly as possible.


Cook 10 minutes or until puffed and starting to become golden.


Remove from oven and press a teaspoon of jam into the centre of each popover. Return to the oven for 3 minutes.


Dust with icing sugar and allow to cool just a little prior to eating as the jam is extremely hot.

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