In case you hadn't noticed, it's nearly CHRISTMAS! I genuinely can't believe how quickly it's come around this year, it seems like only yesterday it was summer and I was touring the country with Foodies Festival!
Obviously, Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without a Christmas dinner and whatever your choice of meat (or meat alternative), the accompaniments for me are what makes a Christmas dinner. Roast potatoes, vegetables, gravy, stuffing (gluten-free obviously) and of course, the Yorkshire puddings.
Gluten-free Yorkshire puddings are a pain, I know. They always inevitably look like weird cookies and more often than not they don't rise. Most of the time I endeavour to make gluten-free versions of things that are just as good as the glutenous version if not better, but in the case of Yorkies, I have to announce to you all they are NEVER going to be identical to their gluten-laden counterparts, mainly due to the fact they rise differently and don't taste exactly the same.
My recipe is as close to them as I can get, but I am always working on recipes, so if I can get them even closer, then, of course, I will post the updated recipe. However, I feel these "Yorkies" can adorn your table and plate and give you the same satisfaction their opposites give our gluten-eating friends and family.
Makes 12 puddings in a full size 12 cup muffin tray
These can be made in advance and frozen if needed.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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