Yorkshire Puddings are something we never had as kids but I’ve seen increasingly on menus lately and realised everyone else seems to be used to having them with roast beef! I love roast beef dinners, my Mum makes amazing ones. This recipe is for lovely dairy free Yorkshire puddings.
Today’s recipe is a little different to my usual ones in that it comes from ScratchSleeves who make products like scratch mittens and special pyjamas for babies and children with allergies and skin conditions such as eczema or an itchy skin rash. They have special cardigans which are comfortable and yet cannot be removed easily by the child. Their site also has a blog with lots of tips for helping to deal with eczema and some allergy friendly recipes.
Using soya milk to make Yorkshire puddings can sometimes add too much weight to the batter, stopping the mixture from rising properly. This recipe seems to work well to create Yorkshire puddings that not only rise, but taste great.
You will need:
80g Plain flour 1 medium egg 125ml unsweetened soya milk salt & pepper oil/fat to cook
Preheat your oven to 220ºC/425ºF/Gas 7.
Heat the oil in your pudding dish in the oven for around 5 minutes.
Put all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk together to form a fairly thick batter.
Remove the pudding dish from the oven, pour the batter into the hot oil and pop back in the oven for 15-20 minutes until the puddings have risen and are crispy on top.
Enjoy with your roast dinner!
Note: Don’t forget the salt and pepper as even the unsweetened soya milk can still be quite sweet.
This recipe is reproduced in association with ScratchSleeves and appears on their website here. All opinions as always are my own. Please support the brands that support dairy free kids.