Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
Always a breakfst favorite at our house. Great with syrup or honey.
- Do NOT preheat oven.
- Mix flour and salt together.
- Using a seperate bowl, combine the eggs, milk and melted butter.
- Beat lightly and stir into the flour mixture.
- Stir lightly until well blended.
- Grease a 12 count muffin pan.
- Fill the cups a little more than half full.
- Place pan in a cold oven.
- Turn oven to 400 degrees and bake for 20 to 30 minutes.
- THey will be crisp on the outside, chewy and soft on the inside.
CoffeMom...I don't what else to say but "Oh My!!!!" These were amazing. I had been looking for something really simple that wouldn't take long to put together and this was SO perfect! My husband almost ate every single one of them. I had to fight him to get at least 2 for myself! :-) I can tell you that this will now be a regular item at my house. 29 minutes was perfect in my oven. The only thing I did with them after I took them out of the oven was put a little butter on them and dusted with powdered sugar. My husband preferred his naked! What I loved about this recipe was that you don't need a special popover pan for them. The muffin pan works perfectly. Thanks so much for this awesome recipe. Hugs, Susie
This is a recipe similar to most popovers,,it was easy and delicious although I could only get 5 popovers out of it in my popover pan which makes 6,,I forgot to fill the empty cup with some water so there was a lot of smoking and I had to open the oven door which is a big no-no for popovers and I opened it just enough more than twice figuring what did I have to lose if they were ruined anyway,,, but even with all that they were delicious,,,,next time I will either make more batter or use muffin tins,,,
These were good with Recipe #30578 , I agree with a previous poster that they needed a little bit more flavor if you are going to eat them by themselves. Smothered in Recipe #30578 they were perfect though! Nice to have a low fat "shortcake" for my strawberries!