April 18, 2019

My gluten & dairy free Yorkshire pudding recipe

To make my gluten & dairy free Yorkshire Puddings you will only need a handful of ingredients including cornflour, soya milk, eggs, vegetable oil, salt & pepper. You will also need a suitable tray to create the perfect rise (trust me, the tray makes a difference). I picked mine up from Homesense for around £4 but you can buy them in many different places! I’ve added a photo below of my tray, so you know what to look for.

Scroll down for my recipe.

You will need:

120ml soya milk (or other milk alternative)

70g cornflour

2 medium eggs

Salt and black pepper

Vegetable oil


  1. Pour 1 tbsp of vegetable oil into each hole of your Yorkshire pudding tin. Pop your tin into an 180°C heated oven for at least 20 minutes. You want the oil to almost be spitting hot before you pour in the batter. This will ensure the perfect rise on your Yorkshire puddings!
  2. Whilst your oil is heating up mix together your batter. Combine your cornflour with your eggs and whisk well. Slowly add your soya milk whilst continuing to whisk until lump free. Add a pinch of salt and pepper and leave your batter until the oil is ready.
  3. For this part you need to work quickly (and carefully!). Once the oil is spitting hot remove from the oven and pour the batter on top of the oil until full (this may spit a little!). Carefully put the tray back into the oven and cook for around 20-25 minutes, until golden. Ensure that you do not open the oven at all during this time as your Yorkshire puddings won’t rise as well!
  4. Remove from the oven after 20-25 minutes. Enjoy with your favourite roast dinner, and lots of gravy!

And there we have it, my quick and easy gluten & dairy free Yorkshire pudding recipe. Don’t forget to tag me in your social media posts if you make them, letting me know what you think! They are the perfect accompaniment to a Sunday roast.

Alice x

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