6 healthy fillings for Yorkshire Pudding your children will love

British Yorkshire Yorkshire Pudding Day 2016. Yorkshire Puddings are simple and fun to make with children. Fill them with healthy savoury or sweet fillings.
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Did you know these facts about Yorkshire Pudding?

  • The first Sunday of the month each February is British Yorkshire Pudding Day.Tomato & Basil Mini Yorkshire Puddings are easy to make with children.
  • It was traditionally made in a large tin but these days we often make smaller individual ones.
  • It is made from a batter of flour, eggs and milk and was originally meant to fill people up with the cheap ingredients before the meat was served.
  • It is perfect for both savoury and sweet fillings (it is not unlike pancake mix and though cooked differently does have a similar flavour).

 

Mini Yorkshire Puddings – perfect for children!Cheese & Tomato Mini Yorkshire Puddings are easy to make with children.

Not only do most children seem to like Yorkshire pudding, there are many things they can do to be involved in helping to make them.

Things children can do to help:

  1. Measure out the ingredientsTuna & Chive Mini Yorkshire Puddings are easy to make with children.
  2. Break the eggs (do this into a glass so the shell can be picked out more easily)
  3. Operate the whisk
  4. Create and add the fillings

Here’s a list of healthy fillings you can try:

  • Tomato and Basil – top each pudding with a basil leaf and sliced cherry tomatoes.
  • Tuna, Cheese and Chive – mix tuna with snipped fresh chives and grated cheese on top (reheat for melted version) then fill each pudding.Tuna, Chive & Cheese Mini Yorkshire Puddings are easy to make with children.
  • Tomato, Basil and Cheese Mix – mix creme fraiche with grated cheese, torn basil leaves and sliced cherry tomatoes then fill each pudding.
  • Salad – top each pudding with a fresh mozzarella ball, half a cherry tomato and a fresh basil leaf.
  • Banana – top each pudding with sliced banana (and perhaps some chocolate sauce?!).
  • Fruit – add a mixture of any fruit or compote.

Do you make Yorkshire Puddings? Do you only have them with sausages?

What fillings would your children enjoy?

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47 thoughts on “6 healthy fillings for Yorkshire Pudding your children will love

  1. My mum use to make toad in the hole when I was a child, but we have never had anything like these. They look great – what a fab idea. Monkey is allergic to eggs but I think he would love these if I can find an egg free recipe. Thank you for joining us at #BloggerClubUK hope to see you again next week xx

  2. OoΓ²h how yummy! Isn’t it just wonderful how many different things you can do with a yorkshire pudding. I have only just recently discovered that you can put sweet fillings in it. Before we would just have them with a roast or stuffed with a bacon and veggie mixture in a cheese sauce. Mmmm yummy. Xx #KCACOLS

    1. Exactly – put in whatever you want. So easy to do and such a variety of things to choose from! Great for children to choose and help prepare πŸ™‚

  3. I can’t imagine anything other than meat and gravy with Yorkshire puddings.
    I might be brave and give one of these a go. Thanks for potentially opening up my Yorkshire pudding options.

  4. Oh wow they look and sound SO yummy! If never have thought of stuffing Yorkshire puddings, what a brilliant idea! I might have to try some of these on Sunday to take part πŸ™‚ #twinklytuesday

  5. I love this post Sara! It is very informative!! I didn’t know all of that facts about Yorkshire puddings. I also like them and of course I discovered them when I moved to London 11 years ago. It is amazing to see all the different fillings that you can put on top of them. I didn’t even think of that!! Great ideas!! And also I like that it is easy to prepare with the kids!! Great post!! Thanks lovely for sharing this at #KCACOLS. I would love to see you again on Sunday! πŸ™‚ x

  6. Stuffed Yorkshire puddings? I have never heard of this but I definitely want to give it a go. I think the tuna melt ones would go down well in my house. Thanks for sharing xx #kcacols

  7. Awesome idea – I must try serving some to my kids – they do always love them with a roast. I know they are traditionally accompaniments for beef, but we tend to have them with any meat because everyone loves them so much! At uni I used to have a giant one with loads of veg and gravy when I was feeling a bit skint. What a treat! I want a yorkshre pudding now!
    x Alic
    #kcacols

  8. As a Yorkshire lass it would be rude for me not to say, Yorkshire puddings are one of the greatest things to he invented, that and Yorkshire tea of course. I shall happily support Yorkshire Pudding day and will try a few of your yummy suggestions. #KCACOLS

  9. Ooh as a Yorkshire born family (me and my hubby) we love yorkshire puddings but I never really knew many different meals to have with them besides a roast so i really enjoyed this! Angela popping by from #KCACOLS

  10. Oh this is right up our street. We love Yorkshire Puddings. Youngest would just eat them on her own if she could. I did have a disaster with my puddings last Sunday though, they were like bricks! #thelist

  11. I didn’t know there was a Yorkshire Pudding Day, we’ll definitely celebrate this year!

    I’ve never considered putting things *in* the Yorkies.. I normally just put them on a plate with a roast dinner.. there’s a whole world of opportunities I’ve never considered!

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    Hannah x
    smeethsaysfashion.com

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