There’s nothing like whipping up a batch of Popovers to boost your confidence in the kitchen. If you’re not familiar with Popovers, they are similar to dinner rolls, but they have a serious flair for the dramatic. They start out as a simple, thin batter of mostly eggs, flour, and milk, but in the oven they turn into something really amazing. As the Popovers bake, hot air fills the batter, making them rise to nearly impossible size until they “popover” the sides of the cups, giving them their trademark shape and of course, name. They are crispy and flaky on the outside, while the inside layers are soft and airy. They never fail to please and impress friends and family, who have no idea how incredibly easy they are to make. Even if you are a novice in the kitchen I highly suggest trying out a batch of these popovers – you will be totally amazed by what you can do!
I serve these every year for Christmas dinner, and every year I think, why don’t I make these more often? My one year old, Max, ran around the house all afternoon with one in each hand, gobbling them up and asking for more. So now I have an excuse to whip these up all year long.
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