Toffee Apple Yorkshire Puddings

8 Apr


I know, I know… Some of you are going to see this post and be like “What? Is that girl crazy?” No I’m not crazy, this is just an amazing way of using Yorkshire puddings! Yorkies are one of the simplest and quickest things to make and this recipe just shows how delicious can can really be. The ice cream starts melting into the hot yorkie and its like heaven on a plate! This is a definite must try for anyone looking to try something quirky or anyone who just wants a damn good dessert! 🙂


Toffee Apple Yorkshire Puddings (Serves 3)

1 eggs

100ml milk

55g plain flour

2tsp caster sugar

1/2 vanilla pod, seeded/1tsp vanilla extract

1 orange, zest only

2 granny smith apples

1tbsp light brown sugar, or to taste

extra butter and sugar, to grease

Toffee sauce and vanilla ice-cream or custard, to serve

  • In a large bowl, whisk together the egg, milk, flour, caster sugar, vanilla and orange zest until smooth and lump free then set aside and leave to stand for 15mins. Then pour it into a jug.
  • Meanwhile, peel core and slice your apples into wedges and put them in a medium pot with the sugar and splash of water.
  • Bring to the simmer over a medium/high heat then turn the heat down to low and cover it with a lid.
  • Simmer for about 10mins until the apples are tender. Taste and add more sugar if necessary.
  • Preheat the oven to 220°c/430°f and generously grease 3 cups of a muffin tin with butter then sprinkle with sugar to coat the entire inside.
  • Spoon the apples evenly into the 3 holes then bake in the oven for 3mins. Open the oven and pour the batter into the 3 holes evenly then shut the oven and cook for a further 10mins. Do not open the door to check on them! Be patient. 🙂
  • Serve hot with ice cream and toffee sauce.


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