Friday, July 8, 2011

Classic Popovers

Classic Popovers
...light...airy...pillowy bites of goodness 

I love popovers!
Best of family loves popovers!!
I am showcasing the classic recipe - unbelievably easy.

This little gem is so versatile! Yum!!
Served with butter, preserves or delicious honey is a wonderful treat!
Or...made savory with different cheeses baked in the batter and on top!
  An excellent accompaniment to the breakfast table
or a meal of steamy soup and a crisp salad. 

Classic Popovers

• 1 cup all-purpose flour

• 1/4 teaspoon salt
• 3 eggs
• 1 cup milk
• 1 T butter, melted
• 2 T butter, chilled

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Spray a popover pan with nonstick cooking spray.
Place pan on center rack of oven and preheat for 2 minutes.
Blend flour, salt, eggs, milk, and melted butter - mix well.
Cut chilled butter into 6 even pieces.
Place 1 piece of butter in each cup and place pan back in oven until butter is bubbly. (about 1 minute)
Fill each cup half full with batter and bake 20 minutes.
Reduce heat to 325 degrees and bake for another 15 to 20 minutes.

Guess what???
Concetta's Cafe is the featured blog on one of my favorite foodie parties today!!!
I am in awe of this honor!
My friends, April and Alex, are the hosts of this incredible link-up!
I love being a part of their cooking world every Friday.
Please go and visit their awesome corners of the blogland - you will be so happy! 

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  1. I have not made popovers for so long! (well since my hubby used my pan as a way of sorting out his nails, screws, nuts and bolt for his shop! I need to get a new pan!)

    Looks wonderful!

  2. Looks so fancy but sounds so easy!

  3. Pop overs looks delicious. I have to buy popover pan.

  4. I have never made nor had popovers before - these look really good.
    Thanks for linking to Fat Camp Friday, enjoy your weekend and see you next time!

  5. Oh man, my sister and I went to a five star restaurant, both of our first experience, she won the dinner and lovingly invited me! Anyway, they served cheddar popovers before the meal, and I wanted to die, they were SOOO good, but looking at your recipe they don't look too terribly hard, where did you get your popover pan? Thanks for sharing, I am now following you, so I don't miss any deliciousness!


  6. PS I am featuring this today!


  7. Your popovers are beautiful!

  8. Your popovers look wonderful, Concetta! I do love popovers - they are so versatile and delicious. Your recipe sounds so lovely and straight forward too. Thank you for sharing this post with Feed Me Tweet Me, and with The Weekend Roundup.

  9. These look so yummy and not as hard as I thought!

  10. My mom used to make popovers when we were little! I have not had one in forever! Your recipe is great and easy to follow and they look delicious! Also, your blog is so fun to read and so inspirational! I love all the little scriptures and thoughts. Thank you so much for sharing. We are your newest followers and just wanted to thank you so much for linking up to our party! We would love to have you come back again tomorrow for Strut Your Stuff Saturday!
    Camille @


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