Saturday, January 23, 2016

Simple Warm & Crusty Popovers with Cherry Preserves

Snow is falling heavily here...Our first true snow storm of the season, arriving at the end of January. When it's cold outside and cozy indoors, and there's nowhere to go for hours, you bake.  Popovers are the best cozy winter treat ever...hot and crusty on the outside with a warm and almost custardy inside.  There are several ways to make these puffy delicious treats, but I made my first batch using a super simple, non-intimidating recipe that gets the job done with a few staple ingredients and a basic muffin pan.

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 There really is a joy in thinking a task or recipe is something only pros can pull off, only to discover a simple version that is a success upon completion.  The ingredient list is my favorite part, because milk, eggs, flour and butter are things that we always have on hand.  So when the mood strikes, we can have fresh popovers within the hour...
Straight from the oven, ripped open and lathered with jam or preserves, these popovers are perfection.  They are best fresh-made but can be re-warmed the next day as well. Breakfast, brunch, or as a snack-they're sure to please!

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2 comments:

  1. Never heard of these before ....they look yummy ..gonna make some ! Thanks for the recipe ! : )

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  2. These look like Yorkshire puddings :) never thought about having them with Jam.....they look delicious!

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