I overdid it a bit yesterday and went to bed very sore, so today I’m taking it easy. But I can’t spend the whole day sitting around, so I needed to find a light activity that required standing without to much movement.
So, I decided to bake my first batch of Gluten Free Popovers.
They came out pretty well. I just made the plain batch this first time, but now that I know they’ll come out ok, I’m going to experiment with flavors.
I think I’m going to start baking more. I really enjoy it, and homemade gluten free food is often much better than the store bought stuff.
8 thoughts on “Pop-over Cafe”
I would love that recipe! I much prefer homemade gluten free baking (tastier and cheaper–double win).
Made with King Arthur Flour Gluten Free multi-purpose flour:
• 4 Large Eggs
• 2 Tablespoons melted butter (or oil)
• 1 ¼ cups lukewarm milk
• 1 cup multi-purpose flour
• ¼ Teaspoon Xanthan Gum
• ½ Teaspoon salt
Preheat oven to 400
Grease 12 cup muffin pan
Whisk together wet ingredients
Whisk together dry ingredients separately
Gradually sift and whisk dry into wet ingredients
Stir until batter is smooth
Pour into greased cups, 2/3 full
Bake 25 minutes at 400, then lower to 350 and bake another 15 minutes until deep brown
Let sit 5 minutes then remove from pan
Makes 12 popovers.
they look dee-lish; may I help myself? and do you have some preserves to spread on them? how would they go with cosmos?
We tried them with butter, strawberry jam, and cinnamon and sugar. They might go well with cosmos…we shall see.
They look absolutely delish!! I love how the pop-over in the right center appears to be smiling.
Gluten free popovers makes a good password to get into the secret fort.
Anything homemade is better than store bought, anything. I can’t stand canned soup these days after making homemade.