Mini Filled Yorkshire Puddings

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Yummy Mini Filled Yorkshire Puddings with healthy fillings for any time of day to cook with an adult.

Remember to wash your hands thoroughly!

Serves: 12


  • 170ml milk  Yorkshire Puddings are simple and fun to make with children. Fill them with healthy savoury or sweet fillings. Can be enjoyed hot or cold.
  • 2 eggs
  • 100g plain flour
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
Fillings: grated cheese, cherry tomatoes, tuna, creme fraiche, fresh chives, fresh basil. Dairy free option: (the traditional proportions are changed to accommodate the soya milk)
  • 125ml unsweetened soya milk
  • 1 egg
  • 80g plain flour
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil

You will also need:

  • An apron
  • A plastic jug
  • A sieve
  • A pudding tin/muffin tray
  • A whisk


  1. Preheat oven to 180/200°C.Tuna & Chive Mini filled Yorkshire Puddings. Yorkshire Puddings are simple and fun to make with children. They can be eaten hot or cold.
  2. Break the egg/s into the jug, sift the flour and add the milk.
  3. Spread the olive oil evenly into the pudding tin and place in the oven until the oil is very hot.
  4. Whisk the mixture together until the liquid is smooth.
  5. Carefully take the tray out of the oven and gently pour the mixture into the cups so they are about 2/3rds full.
  6. Bake in the oven for about 15 minutes until they are light golden brown and have risen well.


  • 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
  • Tomato, Basil and Cheese Mix - mix creme fraiche with grated cheese, torn basil leaves and sliced cherry tomatoes then fill each pudding
Once cooled, they freeze well for about a month. It is Yorkshire Pudding Day on 7th February!  Why not join in and spend some time in the kitchen with your little ones? :) Parents – If you try this recipe with your child, I’d love to hear from you. Tweet me a photo, share it on the Handy Herbs Facebook page or pin it to your recipe board! sign ethannevelyn
A Cornish Mum
Monkey and Mouse

32 thoughts on “Mini Filled Yorkshire Puddings

  1. I love this idea, when we go to the carvery they do giant versions of this so I know the kids will really enjoy mini versions! also great for leftovers! Thanks so much for linking up to #YumTum and well done on being featured this week x

  2. This is a lovely idea! I will need to try this for the boys! They love this sort of food, a little snack’y’ variety for dinner.
    Thanks so much for linking up to #howtosunday! 🙂 x

  3. I love Yorkshire Puddings! Ethan does too but he never had it with fillings before. I will let him see this post. I’m sure he’ll want to do it straightaway! I had no idea that it was Yorkshire Pudding Day on 7th February. What a great way to celebrate eating these delicious bites! Thank you for linking up with us again Sarah. #FabFridayPost xx

  4. What a fab idea! I really struggle with what to give the kids for lunch and these look tasty, filling and fun. I may have more chance of getting the kids to eat them if I got them to join in with making them too (they’re both fussy little buggers lol). Thanks for sharing this. Will definately be giving it a go.

    Visiting from #fabfridayposts

    1. Great – hope you all enjoy making and eating! Yes, I find mine will always eat what they have had a hand in making 🙂 Let me know how you get on!

  5. These are great. Not only would they be suitable for kids, you could serve them as fun canapes at a party. Nice finger food. I like the fact you can freeze them too.

    Sally @ Life Loving

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