Easy No-yeast Cheesy Popovers!

“Cooking is simply a huge and often very fun puzzle of piecing together techniques with different ingredients. Once you know your basics, the world is your oyster (or your clam, your chicken thigh, block of tofu—whatever makes you happy).” – Julia Turshen

I thought this quote was perfect for today’s recipe! You can interchange ingredients so easily and it will turn out perfect every time.

This recipe has always been a family favorite and it is so easy & quick to throw together. No waiting for dough to rise. I’ve altered the recipe a bit from the original in todays recipe.

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Ingredients:

You can use any combination of cheese, meat & veggie you like– that’s what makes this recipe so much fun & oh so yummy!

Butter flavored Nonstick cooking spray

1 c all purpose flour

1/2 tsp salt OR herbed garlic salt

2 eggs

1 c milk

1 c shredded cheddar cheese

1 sm.-med onion diced- or skip this.

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.  Coat 6 cups of a muffin tin with cooking spray.

This recipe can be found at my blog post, Decorating The Porch, Dreaming of Summer and My Favorite Popover Recipe and Yummy Herb Roasted Potatoes HERE along with another yummy recipe & some wonderful gardening ideas!

1. In a medium bowl whisk together egg & milk until well blended.

2. Add flour and seasoned garlic salt; stir just until mixed.

 

3. Stir just until mixed.

4. Stir in cheese and any other ingredients you chose!

5. Fill prepared cups about 3/4 way full– about 1/3 c of the batter batter

Bake for 15 minutes.  Reduce oven temp to 350; bake for 10-15 more minutes or until browned & puffed.  Do not open the oven door until the end of baking time or popovers will collapse!!!!

Remove popovers from the oven and immediately remove from the pan.  Pierce sides once with a knife to release steam.  Serve warm with butter.

Top with a dab of butter and serve warm!

Pro Tip: When interchanging ingredients, always make sure they all total the same amount as in the original recipe. For example, the recipe calls for one type of cheese, if you want to add others, cut each one’s quantity to still equal one cup. Ie. ⅓ cup parmesan, ⅓ cup feta, & ⅓ cup of romano- 3 cheese but they still total 1 cup. Do this with any meat and/or veggie additions or changes as well.

Other combinations~

Broccoli & cheese

Spinach & Feta

Asparagus & Swiss Cheese

Dried tomato & basil with parmesan cheese

Onion & chives with cheese

Ham & Swiss Cheese

The options are only limited by your imagination. 

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Happy Day,
Jean

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7 thoughts on “Easy No-yeast Cheesy Popovers!

  1. They look delicious and a simple recipe, it’s similar to my cheese bread recipe. Gotta try these and add broccoli. With muffins, a different ingredient can be added to each muffin!

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  2. Thank you for sharing this recipe and letting us know we can change the ingredients because I am going to have my son make it in his Homeschool Cooking Class the way it says. The switching up ingredients which is a math class and reading class for my son.

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    • That is awesome! I’m so excited that you can utilize this. If you want to take some pictures and share them on my Facebook page with that recipe, I would love to see them. Good luck and have fun.

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