READY IN: 32mins
Recipe by ktenille

This is my grandma's recipe. She makes these for breakfast at least once a week. These are savory and delicious and best served with butter. I hope your family loves them as much as mine does.

Top Review by dolores in paradise

For all you out there that remember Dinah Shore. I have her book "Someone"s In The Kitchen With Dinah" Which has just about the same recipe, Where she calls for 1 cup flour, this recipe calls for7/8..Where she calls for1/2 t salt, this recipe calls for 3/4.She says, there are 3 tricks to making a good "pOpover" 1..preheat oven..2..fill less than half...3..Do not peak. This says, Pour into muffin tin and set in cold oven, do not peek. Dinah says,425 oven,this says,410. Now, I have been making "Popovers" Dinah's way, for many a year.They are very good, never had a problem. This recipe,stucked to my popover pan..and yes I greased,they did rise, but did not seem done inside right.And this makes 6 not 12. Sorry, Grandma, I think I will stick with Dinah.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Grease a muffin tin well.
  2. Combine milk, cooking oil, flour and salt.
  3. Beat 1 minute with whisk.
  4. Add 2 eggs one at a time beating 20 seconds after each egg.
  5. Pour into muffin tin.
  6. Set in cold oven and turn heat to 410 degrees.
  7. Bake for 30 minutes.
  8. Never fails.

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