It’s never been easier to cook a full-on roast dinner with all the trimmings. One such trimming is Yorkshire pudding, without which no roast beef meal would be complete. But all that faffing around making batter then trying to get it (or them) to rise, takes time and effort, without any guarantee of success at the end.
If your yorkshires are a bit of a 'hit and miss' affair, or you find it all too time consuming, you might like to try Aunt Bessie’s Home Baked Yorkshires.
They rise to perfection and taste exactly as they should. However, you do need to make sure your oven is big enough so they don't reach the top as they can burn. Also, don't take them out before they're properly cooked otherwise they'll fall flat. Follow the instructions and it's virtually impossible to go wrong.
Because each yorkshire has just 59 calories, you can enjoy eating one or two of these with your roast dinner without breaking your diet.
Quote from the packet:
"I've selected the finest quality ingredients and blended them into a smooth batter, which I've poured into individual foil trays and quickly frozen. Pop in your oven for 20 minutes, enjoy that delicious home baked smell and watch them rise to perfection."
Nutrition: Per pudding (baked): 59 calories, 2.0g protein, 8.7g carbohydrates, 0.4g sugars, 1.8g fat, 0.2g saturates, 0.4g fibre, 0.1g sodium. Suitable for vegetarians.
|After cooking (not all perfect this time!)|