1) This first recipe is made with Soya flour (Soya beans toasted and then milled into flour). This flour needs a lot of liquid to make it workable.
Carbs per serving: 2.5g
To make six Yorkshire puddings in a muffin tray
2/3 cup (40g) Soya Flour
3 medium eggs
100ml of whole milk
Pinch of salt
6 tbsp of sunflower oil
You can use a muffin baking tin or a Yorkshire pudding tin to make these.
1. Heat the oven to 190C
2. Pour a small amount of oil (sunflower or vegetable oils are best as they don’t burn or smoke in the oven) in each muffin or pudding tray and heat in the middle of the oven for between 10-15 minutes until really hot. (This is the secret of well-risen Yorkshire Puddings with any flour.)
3. While the fat is heating the Yorkshire pudding batter can be mixed.
4. Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl using a whisk until fully blended, and leave the mixture to rest until the fat is hot enough for the puddings.
5. Give the mixture a final whisk just before pouring into the muffin or Yorkshire pudding tray. It will seem watery but will have thickened a bit by the last whisk.
6. Fill the muffin cups or Yorkshire pudding tray three-quarters deep with the mixture. It is a batter mixture and should be fairly runny.
7. Bake these in the middle of the oven and don’t open the oven for at least 20 mins after they have gone in or they will fall flat.
8. They usually take between 25-35 minutes depending on your oven.
9. If you have a fan oven they will cook more quickly. A lot depends on whether you like them golden or more browned and crisp.
These can be served with boiled vegetables, gravy and a range of meats, they are high in protein and nutrients. This recipe can also be used to make batter for things like Toad in the Hole, or can even used as a pancake mixture.
The above recipe from here
2) The second recipe uses almond flourIngredients
1/4 C Roast beef drippings
1 C Almond flour
1/2 t Salt
1 C Heavy (Double) cream
1. Heat oven to 425F degrees.
2. Pour beef drippings into 9 inch square pan, tilt pan to coat bottom and sides.
3. Place pan in oven to heat about 2 minutes.
4. In small bowl, beat eggs slightly.
5. Lightly spoon almond flour into measuring cup and level off.
6. Add almond flour, salt, and cream. Beat just until blended. DO NOT OVERBEAT.
7. Pour batter into hot pan.
8. Bake at 425F degrees for 15 minutes.
9. Reduce oven temperature to 350F degrees and bake an additional 10 to 15 minutes or until puffed and golden brown.
This recipe was shared (in the comments section) by a 'low carb fan' on this post here
If you also know a low carb recipe for Yorkshire Puddings do please share it in the comments section ...
*Every person with diabetes knows how flours made from grains effect their blood sugar. For people with diabetes, flours from grains will cause an increase in blood sugars. The good news is there are healthier flours out there for people with diabetes (or those that choose to follow a lower carb lifestyle) and both of these recipes use alternative low carb flours, you can read more about these flours here
We bring a variety of recipe ideas and articles to this blog, and not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter.
All the best Jan
...I've never had Yorkshire Pudding.
We're having roast beef for dinner tonight.
Coffee is on and stay safe
Gracias por la receta se ve tan rico. Una comida genial para el domingo. Te mando un beso
I always thought Yorkshire pudding was an actual pudding when I saw it mentioned in books. What a surprise to discover they are sort of like pastries.
Yorkshire pudding is a treat.
Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding sure sounds perfect, Jan. I need to try making the pudding with almond flour according to your recipe. Thank you for another lovely recipe.
I love roast beef
That beef roast looks out of this world delicious!
I have heard of Yorkshire Puddings - but have never eaten them. Some day...
That roast beef has to be delicious, it is something that I have pending to eat because I am sure I will like it.
The roast beef looks delicious! Pretty bouquet!
Have a great day, enjoy your new week!
Haven’t had roast beef for ages..looks nice.
As a Yorkshire lass, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding is my absolute favourite meal.
Sounds soooo good! Have a great Sunday, Valerie
My mother used to make a Sunday roast beef dinner. Yorkshire pudding. We call those popovers
Your Yorkshire puddings are the star for me. I need to check out soya flour. I'm not familiar with that. Hope this yummy meal is what you are enjoying today for Sunday dinner!
It's so good❤
I love Yorkshire pudd! My dad used to make it. They used to have roast beef every Sunday, too. My family being from the UK!
That is a good looking roast. Never had Yorkshire pudding before.
Not had a Yorkshire in ages. Easy to get gluten free but not dairy free. He made them one year with soya milk and they were nice. I'll need to try them with soya flour!
That sure sounds good.
I have never had Yorkshire pudding...they sound good.
British puddings are not how we define the term.
A perfect Sunday dinner.
Yorkshire Pudding is something I never tried. Texture wise it may not be for me. I have a few texture issue with some foods. :)
I've never done Yorkshire pudding. Maybe this year! Thanks for sharing your recipes!
My hubby also grew up having Roast beef after church on Sundays, I usually have something very simple after church.
Those flowers are pretty, I think they mean more to use in the winter months, gives us hope for spring again!
Gracias por las recetas y las flores. Un beso.
It looks good.
Have a good time.
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