For us, Yorkshire puddings are the best part of a roast dinner. Saying that, the roast meat is pretty great. Oh, and the roasties are brilliant too. You wouldn’t want a roast without gravy either, would you? Oh dear – we’ve totally confused ourselves now, and we don’t know what the best part is.
Anyhoo… Yorkshire puddings are totally awesome smothered in gravy and folded into your mouth. But have you ever thought about having them as a pudding? A Yorkshire pudding pudding, if you will?
People on the internet have been sharing how amazing a sweet Yorkshire pudding can be, and we have to say, we’re into it. Folk are suggesting drizzling Yorkshires with golden syrup, and we think that actually sounds pretty great.
Because, if you think about it, Yorkshire puddings are made using the same ingredients as a pancake: flour, eggs and milk. And you wouldn’t turn your nose up at a sweet pancake, would you?
Plus, a mini Yorkshire pudding is the perfect holder for sweet stuff like fruit and cream, chocolate and nuts, or whatever the hell you fancy, tbh.
In fact, Aunt Bessies even getting in on the action with a load of Yorkshire pudding dessert ideas, including a profiterole option. I mean, does life get any better than this?!
Yorkshire Pudding Profiteroles
100g dark chocolate
300g double cream
20g icing sugar
Aunt Bessies Golden Yorkshire Puddings
Add 70g of cream and the dark chocolate to a pan and cook until the chocolate has melted and become a think sauce, then set aside to cool.
Whip the remaining cream with the icing sugar until soft peaks are formed.
Fill the cooked and chilled Aunt Bessie’s Golden Yorkshire Puddings with the cream and top with the chocolate sauce.
Serve with shaved chocolate on top and enjoy.
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