Mary Berry shares her ‘easy and foolproof’ recipe for Yorkshire puddings

Mary Berry shares her recipe for Yorkshire Puddings

Many people look forward to an end-of-the-week roast dinner and one essential side dish for any Sunday meal is the Yorkshire puddings.

It can be disappointing if Yorkshire puddings are served too dry or soggy, but this ultimate British recipe is very simple to make.

Pillowy and golden Yorkshire puddings can easily be made in less than 30 minutes and only require five common ingredients that can likely already be found in your kitchen.

This “easy and foolproof” recipe was perfected by the cooking legend Mary Berry, who according to BBC Food, has been making them too for many years.

To make Yorkshire puddings, you will need something to bake them in, such as a 12-hole cupcake tin, Yorkshire pudding tins or a large roasting tin.

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Mary Berry’s Yorkshire Puddings Recipe 


  • 100g of plain flour
  • 225ml of milk
  • Three eggs
  • Four teaspoons of sunflower oil
  • A quarter teaspoon of salt

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1. Prepare. Preheat the oven to 200C.

2. Mix the ingredients. Using a large mixing bowl, combine the dry ingredients flour and salt and mix well together. Add the eggs and slowly add the milk a little at a time until the batter is smooth.

3. Preheat. Pour the batter mixture into a jug and set aside. Place a tiny bit of oil into each hold in your oven tray which will cook the Yorkshire puddings. Let the tray preheat in the oven for around five minutes or until very hot.

4. Cook. Carefully remove the tray and pour your batter into each hole. Place the tray in the oven and cook for around 20 to 25 minutes until the Yorkshire puddings have risen and look golden brown.

5. Serve. Enjoy your delicious Yorkshire puddings.

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