£1.55£4.19 per kg
These Bake at Home Yorkshires are as good as homemade, they're crisp, fluffy, golden and you'll get a beautiful rise - just pop then in the oven for 20-25 minutes.
No one will ever know they're not your own!
FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g (as sold)||Per baked Yorkshire pudding (23g)* (As consumed)|
|*This pack contains approximately 12 servings|
Once defrosted do not refreeze. All cooking appliances vary, the following is a guideline. Take Care - product will be Hot.
Preheat the oven and remove the frozen Yorkshire puddings from the box and inner film. If products are stuck together leave for a couple of minutes and prise apart gently. Do not remove foils.
Place the Yorkshire pudding batter on a baking tray and position on the top shelf. Cook for 20-25 minutes.
Please ensure product is piping hot before serving.
Not Suitable for Microwave Cooking.
For fan assisted and miniature ovens, refer to manufacturer's handbook for guidelines.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (12)
The best frozen Yorkhires out there
I've always bought own brand frozen Yorkshires and bought these on offer to try and didn't realise they were uncooked. Cooked them anyway, and wow, just like home made. Now my only brand.
On our third box of these. Great to just throw in the oven and not worry. Always come out crispy and well risen. I cant make them this good. And fun to watch them rise!
I have been using these for some time now. They are brilliant . Cook lovely & taste very much like homemade
I love homemade yorkshires but just never get round to making them. These are a great alternative and taste like the real thing.
These Yorkshire puddings are surprisingly good. Great size. Tasty and cook in only 20 minutes. Lovely for a quick mid-week roast.
I usually do my own Yorkshire pudding batter, however today we decided at the last minute to do a roast. When I make my own they are always perfectly cooked and lovely and crisp from bottom to the top. These however came out with soggy bottoms despite the tops being perfectly cooked. The only way to combat it would be to cremate the tops of them. So they where a bit of a let down. Other than the soggy bottoms they where ok, bit the soggy bottoms ruined them.