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These popovers are not good at all.
This was a GREAT recipe, thank you very much for sharing. I love popovers, and this is the only recipe I've found that allows the addition of cheese and then actually "pops over". I added about 1/2 tsp melted butter to each of my 6 non-stick popover cups, and I used about 1 tsp of smoked cheddar in each. They were delicious! Tip - promptly remove the popovers from the pan after baking, to avoid moisture building up in the pan, causing your popovers to get soggy - then poke a hole in each one to release the steam. The popovers will be crisp on the outside and moist (but not wet) on the inside. Perfection!
Delicious! I made this and my popovers turned out light and fluffy with a yummy cheesy center. I can't tell you how impressed my family was when I served this as a side dish. Thanks for the recipe.
The kids loved the cheesy popovers!!! I used a regular cupcake/muffin pan for smaller sized popovers and baked for 30 mins, but still they came out a good size. Served with pasta! Will make again and again!
Impressive, yummy treats! I would've never guessed how easy these are to make and yet look so elegant. I took some shortcuts and also skinnied mine up some, and they still turned out luscious. First, I used my blender to mix the ingredients, and baked them in my jumbo muffin pan since I don't have a popover pan. I used skim milk, Smart Balance Light margarine and reduced fat cheddar cheese. Put these on your table and watch your guests' jaws drop! Thanks Smurfetta!
Wow, these puffed up nicely! I made them to go along with a broccoli cheese and ham soup! I liked that I didn't have to go buy a whole thing of bread flour for them like other popover recipes!
Wow Smurfetta, these are my new "favorite" thing. Absolutely TDF!! I am embarrassed to say I have eaten 5 of them myself :) Thanks so much for posting! ~Andi