Are Yorkshire Puddings Vegan?
Whether they’re a regular feature of your Sunday roasts or not, there’s no denying that when done right, Yorkshire puddings can make a meal. But are they vegan?
Yorkshire puddings have been around since the 1700s and are now a firm staple of roast dinners across the UK.
They’re traditionally made from a similar batter to some pancake mixes; flour, eggs and milk or water, that’s poured into a muffin tray filled with hot oil and then baked. However, they can be made in many different ways.
Are Yorkshire puddings vegan?
Historically no, Yorkshire puddings weren’t vegan as they contain eggs and often milk.
Vegan Yorkshire pudding recipe
If you fancy making your own vegan Yorkies however, then have we got the recipe for you. These plant-based Yorkshire puddings from our Development Chef, Iona, are crispy, golden and fluffy on the inside.
Your vegan Sunday roast will never be the same again! For more inspiration to have the ultimate plant-based feast, check out this post for mushroom Wellingtons to vegan stuffing and the perfect maple and ginger glazed carrots.
Keep your plant-based questions coming our way.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.