Monday, June 14, 2010

Garlic Cheese Popovers

Yesterday was a bit of a rainy day for us.  The kids wanted a snack and something to do.  So I looked through my bookmarks to see what I could find, to have fun making with the kids!  Tiffanee at One Crazy Cookie made these a while back, and when I saw them I just knew I would have to try them out!  I have never eaten a popover before and Tiffanee described them to be like yorkshire pudding...which I do like!  So I gave it a whirl!


Garlic Cheese Popovers

  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 cups Milk
  • 1 Tbls Olive oil
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 tsp garlic 
  • 1 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease a muffin tin.
Throw all ingredients (reserve 1/2cup cheese) in a bowl.  Mix till well blended!
Divide batter between the muffin cups (makes 12) and sprinkle tops with remaining cheese.
Bake 15-20 minutes or until firm. Immediately after removing from the oven, prick each popover to let the steam escape, they will deflate a bit.  Let cool a bit before removing from muffin tin and serve warm.  Enjoy!


What did the family think?  They loved em!  This was such an easy recipe to make with few ingredients!  I did change it a little bit, but I am thinking you can add anything you like into these!  Fresh bell peppers, jalapeno's, onion, potato, and so much more!  Another fun new item for the recipe box!

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19 comments:

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

You had me at garlic! These looks great!

Kitty said...

I think I found my breakfast! Thanks Angie! <3

Mandi @ Finding Home said...

These look sooooooo good! I'm saving this recipe.

alicia said...

This looks like something I make. And it sounds so good right now.

MamaMonki said...

Those look delish! I think I'm going to have to add these to the recipe book.

Priscilla said...

Very similar to the egg muffins I make that are gluten free. :)

I might try this recipe with buckwheat flour.

Coleene VanTilburg said...

Beautiful, informative blog. My husband is the main cook, and the only time he is on the computer is when he's browsing for something new to fix. Since he had a heart attack in '08, we try to eat healthier. I need to lose weight, so some of your recipes look fun and healthy. Thank you for hopping by my blog and I will stay close to yours. Coleene

Greta @ Mom Living Healthy said...

These sound delicious! I am saving the recipe. Thanks :)

April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

Those look really delicious! I've never had savoury popovers before but I'll definitely give those a try!

Ginger said...

Yummo! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

Miel Abeille said...

Garlic, cheese and a bread like recipe is right up my alley! Love, love, love it! The only ingredient that I need to run out for is milk. I'm going to give this a try. Thanks, Angie!

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Laura said...

Oh I love popovers! I used to make them when I was a kid, it was MY dish. :)

Thanks for sharing on Just Another Meatless Monday and I can't wait to see what you bring next week!

Michelle Brown said...

I was just doing a bit of blog hopping before dinner, when I stumbled upon this post...what great fortune!

knickknacks said...

These look really good! I must give a try sometime. Thanks for sharing! =)

Jennifer said...
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Jennifer said...

These look and sound wonderful! I think I'm going to make these next week!
I have a question - when you make black bean quesadillas, do you leave them whole or do you mash them? I usually just serve them on the side, putting chicken and cheese on the quesadillas. But I may give the beans a try on the quesadillas - that sounds yummy!

Angie said...

Jen this is my recipe
http://angieshealthylivingblog.blogspot.com/2010/04/black-bean-and-corn-quesadillas.html
I just leave them whole.

Jennifer said...

Thanks so much! I'm going to try those - using beans will be a nice frugal alternative to meat! Though I may have to do them when hubby's not home - he might miss the meat, but the kids and I will be fine without it!