Did you know that the Yorkshire pudding was traditionally served as a starter with gravy? I’m a Yorkshire girl and I honestly didn’t know this until I spent my first Christmas dinner with my in laws.
However, my favourite kind of Yorkshire pudding is a giant one, full of veg, meat and holds the gravy until I cut it. Oh yeah. Life would be dull without a Sunday roast dinner.
And I am extremely ecstatic to write about how I developed one that’s syn free using your healthy extras.
In fact, I correct myself. One giant pudding uses half your Healthy Extra B and a little A. Or what about making 10 regular ones instead?
Also, do you remember my Syn Free Bigos (Polish Hunter’s Stew) last month? Well, my pudding made its first appearance there and I sneakily didn’t tell you.
As soon as my beautiful new Studio Craft range from Denby arrived, I couldn’t wait to make a family feast.
I served it giant Yorkshire puddings and in fact, one commented how I was teasing (because a YP couldn’t be syn free!) Well, here it finally is!
Don’t you just love its earthy tones? Anyway, I hope you love this recipe too because not a lot beats a Yorkshire Pudding on a Sunday roast!
Not the most beautiful looking dinner but behold SYN FREE YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS!!! Recipe from @tastefullyvikkie and they are great. Steak, carrot and parsnip stew slow cooked since last night with roasties and yorkshires. Completely syn free. I need to get target tomorrow!!! . . . . . . #slimmingworld #slimmingworlduk #slimmingworlddinner #slimmingworldmeals #slimmingworldjourney #soclosetotarget #weightlossjourney #5stonegone #slimmingworldfamily #slimmingworldfriends #healthymum
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Slimming World Syn Free Yorkshire Pudding
- 40 g oats I use basic value oats
- 60 ml skimmed milk
- 2 medium eggs
- Preheat your oven at 230c or gas mark 8.
- Spray two a non stick 8" round cake tin well with frylight, or a regular muffin tin (if making 10) and place on a metal tray and leave in the oven for 10 minutes while you make the batter.
- In a food processor or blender, blitz the porridge oats until a fine powder. Don't try to blend it all the ingredients at once as I find the oat won't breakdown as much.
- Now add the remaining ingredients and blend again.
- Once the tin(s) are extremely hot, pour the batter in to each immediately, swirling until all the surface is covered and bake for 15 minutes without opening in between and serve.
- If you loved it, then why not tag me on Instagram (@TastefullyVikkie) so I know you made them?