As the weather begins to cool, I love making hearty soups (like my beloved potato leek soup) and some type of bread to dip in. Yum!
Making bread isn’t always the easiest thing to do, so I like making quick breads without any yeast. They’re harder to mess up and taste just as good. That’s why popovers are the best! They’re so easy to make, they make a statement (albeit briefly!) and they’re perfect for soups, stews and meaty meals.
To make them, you just mix everything together, pour the batter into a SUPER well buttered tin and bake! That’s really it! The best tip I have to make them is to pierce them with a fork as soon as they come out so they don’t deflate and become dense. But you have to be super quick or they’l collapse on you before you can poke them all. So be prepared! 🙂
What do you like eating popovers with? Let me know in the comments below!
Easy Muffin-Tin Popovers