Gluten-Free Popover Easy Recipe

Published on Mar 07, 2019

  by   Kristina Stosek

8 reviews

Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 24 minutes Serves: 10
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These gluten-free popovers are crisp outside, light and hollow in the middle, and taste just like Yorkshire pudding. I assure you that this is one of the easiest recipes for gluten-free popovers. 

And always double the recipe because the popovers don’t last. They are sooo delicious! You can never have too many popovers 🙂

What is a gluten-free popover?

A popover is made from the same batter as Yorkshire pudding, except it is made in individual moulds, like in a popover pan or a muffin pan.

So, if you are looking for a gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe, you can use this popover recipe. 

it takes only 5 minutes to make the popover batter

What I particularly love about this gluten-free popover recipe is that it takes only five minutes of prep time and a blender—no messy bowls or spoons to clean up.

Once you make the batter, pour it into the muffin or popover pan. One crucial thing to know, you need to add some oil to the pan, which is heated in the oven, before you pour the batter inside.

And NEVER open the oven while baking or they will come out dense and flat. See how easy this recipe is?


gluten free Yorkshire pudding


What to serve with popovers?

Popovers are hollow inside, making them ideal for leftovers and gravy. Typically they are served with roast beef and gravy. 

However, they are perfect for turkey or chicken leftovers. All you do is fill the popovers with leftover meat and then smother them with gravy. 

If you have leftover cranberry sauce or apple sauce, add that too. 

To make an effortless casual meal out of filled popovers, serve them with steamed veggies or a light salad. Your family will be impressed! They are that good. Trust me on this! 

I hope you will enjoy these delicious gluten-free popovers. Now all you need is a freshly made gluten-free crustless apple pie 🙂 


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Peter from England

Made these.. they were amazing.

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