Now you need never miss out on a Yorkshire pudding with a roast dinner again (or if anything like our house you do not need an excuse to cook a Yorkshire pudding!) I've been gluten free for over 20 years now and trying to find a recipe for toad in the hole or Yorkshire pudding was a bit of a bind but happy to say this one is a winner!! Took me lots of times of pancakes I tell you ☺️ the cornflour give the lightness and the eggs give the lift but the most important factor as ever with Yorkshire Puds is having the oven as hot as possible!! And that includes the pan and the oil too and work fast. Hold onto your eyelashes girls for this one girls when opening the oven!! Now ive had lots of people tell me they cant have cornflour, so it was a personal challenge for me on my elimination diet to try and make this cornflour free, have a look in the notes section for my recipe!
Ok so I do have quite a few people say to me they can eat cornflour as they have a corn allergy, so I did an experiment the other night and tried this.... 100g potato starch 200ml gluten free oat milk 2 free range eggs Pinch of salt This worked too however I’m tempted to try three eggs next time. They are chewier as the potato starch gives them more chew, but at least it gives you an option! This will give you one tray as I’m not sure how these will freeze as I have not tried.