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How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding

How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding.

Are you following a Gluten-free diet?

I know my Daughter is and one thing she misses is Yorkshire puddings!

Are you looking for the perfect Gluten-Free Yorkshire pudding recipe to go with your Sunday roast?

Today I am sharing How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding:

A roast dinner just wouldn’t be complete without a fluffy, golden-brown Yorkshire pudding (or three) to soak up all the juices.

If you love your roast dinner but are looking for a gluten-free option for this all-important side dish, the Free From Fairy has a delicious gluten-free alternative to the classic Yorkshire pudding.

Sunday dinner
How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding

How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding:


80g tapioca starch

90g full-fat milk

3 medium eggs

Pinch of salt

½ tsp chicken fat, duck fat, lard, or coconut oil, enough for each hole of a 12 hole muffin tray


Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding Method:

1.) Turn the oven on to 230 o C (210 o C fan, gas mark 8).

2.) Place ½ tsp of your chosen fat or oil into each hole of a 12 hole muffin tray and place into the preheating oven. Once the oven is up to temperature, keep the tray in the oven for 5 minutes to heat the fat or oil.

3.) Meanwhile, place the tapioca starch in a large jug and add the milk. Whisk to combine, then add the eggs and salt and whisk well until frothy on top.

4.) Once the tray has been heating for 5 minutes at full temperature, quickly remove from the oven, close the oven door and pour an even amount of batter into each muffin hole. Quickly place the tray back in the oven.

5.) Bake for 20-25 minutes until puffed up and golden.

Delicious served with roast chicken, steamed parsnips and honey-roasted carrots.

How tasty!?

Fancy making some gluten-free Yorkshire puddings?

How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding
How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding

Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding recipe courtesy of Currys PC World / Free From Fairy: Tech Talk Currys.

How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding

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How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding

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12 comments so far.

12 responses to “How To Make Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding”

  1. Tamar SB says:

    How smart to use tapioca!

  2. Julie's Creative Lifestyle says:

    These look so good and delicious Claire. Thanks for sharing this at C&C with J&J. Enjoy the week.Julie

  3. Anonymous says:

    I will have to try these for my husband

  4. Jess says:

    I've never had such a thing! Sounds yummy!I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks. Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  5. Debbie Roberts - Debs Random Writings says:

    Hi Claire, OooOOoo now the temperature is cooling now so it's time to get back in the kitchen. I can eat gluten, but I do know a person that can't which is why I thought I check this recipe out. There must be so much gluten free people miss out on, but Yorkshire pudings don't have to be one!Thank you for hosting the #WednesdayBlogHop.xx

  6. Omar Wraikat says:

    WOW! it looks so delicious!But why aren't you using some tool to make recipe cards for your recipes? It would make your recipes look more professional.

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