Yorkshire puddings are served with Sunday lunch in Britain and many other places. Traditionally made with an egg batter, these are seriously moreish. It’s rare you find anyone who does not like Yorkshire puddings, especially when smothered in vegan gravy. First appearing back in 1737 as ‘Dripping Pudding’ (they were also filled with jam and syrup), Vegan Yorkshire Puddings (Avant Garde Vegan) is a simple recipe by Welsh chef Gaz Oakley. Keep fresh dough away from pets.
Gluten-free Vegan Yorkshire Puddings are by Healthy Chef James. He spent 5 years perfecting the recipe, and finally cracked it!
A similar dish is toad-in-the-hole, which coats veggie sausages in a Yorkshire pudding batter. Vegan Toad in the Hole (The Veg Space) is ideal served with onion gravy. The key to good Yorkshire pudding is getting the fat hot (let it sizzle, before you drop in the batter).
Where to Buy Vegan Yorkshire Puddings
Ella’s Instant Vegan Yorky Pudding Mix (Yorkshire) is easy to make into Yorkshire puddings with plant milk and olive oil (there’s also a gluten-free version). 20p from each sale goes to animal charity Miracle’s Mission.
Mabel’s Vegan Yorkshires can be frozen, then just cook when needed. Also in a gluten-free version, these are made with black salt and nutritional yeast for an eggy-cheesy flavour.