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Yorkshire pudding is a food from my childhood. So when I saw via Twitter that Foodamentalists produced a gluten free mix, I just had to give it a go. Plus my partner, who grew up with a sisters egg allergies had never eaten toad in the hole. This had to be rectified.
The recipe just requires egg and milk to be added. Or for a dairy free version rice milk can be used. Following the instructions I made individual puddings, but turned them into mini toad in the holes with partly cooked Black Farmer’s gluten free sausages. And they were stonking!
A really good rise, and a light slightly chewy texture, they sent me right back to 1985. And my partner couldn’t believe what he’d been missing all these years. The recipe made 6 mini yorkshire puds, which at £3.99 a bag is pretty good value when I still have two thirds of the mix left. According to Foodamentalist Steve, the mix also can be used for one big yorkie. And given that all the ingredients are sourced from a specialist Yorkshire miller, I think this is one for the store cupboard.
With plans to expand south soon, the mixes are currently only available to buy online or via a selection of local farm shops. But if you want to experience a reliable gluten free yorkshire pudding, I would get you some now.