Gluten-Free Yorkshire Pudding Recipe: The Best Ever with Only 3 Ingredients!

Are you looking for a fantastic gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe? Well, look no further! After months of experimenting and testing, I’ve finally perfected this recipe. And the best part? You only need three ingredients to make these delicious, Coeliac-friendly, and wheat-free Yorkshire puddings.

A Gluten-Free Delight

These Yorkshire puddings are not your ordinary ones. They puff up to be huge, making them the perfect addition to your roast dinner or even Christmas lunch. And the best part is, they are gluten-free, but you’d never know it! Trust me when I say you won’t find a better recipe than this one.

Becky holding her Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings

All-Natural Gluten-Free Goodness

What’s even more amazing about this recipe is that it has been a family favorite long before I went gluten-free. That’s right; these Yorkshire puddings are naturally gluten-free. The secret lies in the flour. Instead of regular flour, we use cornflour (cornstarch), which is naturally gluten-free. It’s a simple swap that makes all the difference.

Gluten Free Yorkshire Puddings - fresh out of the oven!

What You’ll Need

To make these delectable Yorkshire puddings, you’ll only need a few basic ingredients:

  • Cornflour (cornstarch): Please note that this is not cornmeal or maize flour. It’s the starchy powder usually used to thicken sauces and gravies.
  • Eggs: I recommend using large eggs, but medium ones will work as well.
  • Milk: I use semi-skimmed milk, but feel free to experiment with other types. Almond or rice milk are great options for a dairy-free version.
  • Cooking oil: Any neutral, flavorless oil will do. Vegetable oil works perfectly.

That’s it! With these ingredients, you can make a whole tray of Yorkshire puddings, around 12 in total. And if you have leftovers, they freeze well for future meals.

This is the type of rise you can expect - just make sure you get the oil nice and hot before you pour in your batter.

The Secret to the Perfect Yorkshire Puddings

The secret to achieving the perfect rise and texture lies in the cornflour. It is incredibly light, allowing the puddings to rise and grow like never before. The rise also determines how golden and crispy they become.

But fear not, making these Yorkshire puddings is a breeze! Let me share a couple of tips to ensure success. First, make sure the oil is as hot as possible before pouring in the batter. You want to hear that sizzle as it hits the oil. And once they’re in the oven, resist the temptation to open it. Trust the process, and you’ll be rewarded with delicious, fluffy puddings.

You just can't resist these golden creations!

Yorkshire Puddings for Every Occasion

Growing up, Yorkshire puddings were reserved for Sunday roasts in my family. Christmas was a strict no for them. But who says you can’t enjoy Yorkshire puddings on Christmas day? I rebelled against tradition and now proudly serve them on that special holiday.

I can't resist a good Yorkshire pudding!

Tips and FAQs for Yorkshires

Where do Yorkshire puddings come from?

Yorkshire puddings are a beloved British dish with a rich history. The first recorded recipe dates back to 1737. They were originally made as a way to use up drippings from cooking meat. Hence, they were called “dripping puddings” and were flatter than the ones we enjoy today.

Can I make this recipe gluten-free?

Absolutely! This recipe is gluten-free, and no one would be able to tell the difference. However, if you’re Coeliac or making these for someone who is, it’s important to minimize cross-contamination and choose gluten-free ingredients. Look out for any potential sources of gluten and follow the tips from Coeliac UK for safe gluten-free cooking.

Can I make your gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe dairy-free?

Yes, you can easily make these Yorkshire puddings dairy-free. Simply substitute your preferred dairy-free milk, such as almond or rice milk. Keep in mind that the color and texture may differ slightly from the original recipe, but they will still be delicious.

Can I make your gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe vegan?

While this recipe isn’t easily adaptable to be vegan, I have a separate recipe for gluten-free and vegan Yorkshire puddings that you can try. The ingredients and method differ slightly, so give it a go if you have vegan friends or family joining you for a meal.

How to Store and Freeze

Freshly baked Yorkshire puddings are best enjoyed right out of the oven when they’re nice and hot. However, if you have leftovers, store them in the fridge in a covered container. To reheat, simply place them in a preheated oven for about 5 minutes until they regain their crispiness.

If you want to make extras for future meals, go ahead and freeze them. Just place the frozen Yorkshire puddings on a baking tray and pop them into a preheated oven for around 10 minutes or until crisp. They will still taste as amazing as the day they were baked.

Gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe (dairy-free and low FODMAP too!)


My gluten-free Yorkshire puddings didn’t rise – what did I do wrong?!

If your puddings didn’t rise as expected, there are a couple of potential reasons. First, ensure that your oil and oven are hot enough when you pour in the batter. The sizzling sound is a good indication. Also, be sure to cook them for the recommended time, allowing them to rise during the final minutes.

My gluten-free Yorkshire puddings did rise, but they’re not as big as yours! How come?

Getting the perfect rise may take some practice. To achieve a great rise, ensure that your oil is sizzling hot and that you’ve mastered the cooking time for your specific oven. It’s better to cook them a little longer until they’re golden and crispy rather than undercooking them.

My gluten-free Yorkshire puddings sunk massively when I took them out of the oven. What did I do wrong?

A slight sinking is normal as the puddings cool, but if they deflate completely and become limp and flat, it means they were likely undercooked. Each oven is different, so adjust the cooking time accordingly. Cooking them until they’re nicely browned and crisp will help maintain the rise.

My gluten-free Yorkshire puddings were quite stodgy at the bottom! What happened?

If your puddings turned out stodgy at the bottom, you may have poured too much batter into each hole, or you didn’t whisk enough air into the mixture. Adjusting the amount of batter can solve the issue. Remember, a little less batter per hole allows for even cooking and a better rise.


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If you want to keep a copy of this delicious gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe, simply hit the print button below. Feel free to share it with your friends and family to spread the joy of these mouthwatering Yorkshire puddings.

Thank you for taking the time to explore my gluten-free Yorkshire pudding recipe. I guarantee that these light, airy, and gluten-free treats will elevate your roast dinners to a whole new level of deliciousness. Don’t forget to check out my other gluten-free roast dinner recipes for a complete feast!

If you give this recipe a try or have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below or connect with me on Instagram. Your feedback is always appreciated.

Happy baking and enjoy your gluten-free Yorkshire puddings!

Becky xxx

Gluten Free Yorkshire Pudding Recipe (dairy free & low FODMAP)
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