I realize pop-unders is not even a word, but I decided to call these pop-unders because I was trying to make a dairy-free, gluten-free version of
For those of you that follow my blog, you know that I’m pretty much obsessed with kale and popovers. I have 20 kale recipes on my blog (wow, I guess I really am obsessed) and a mere 6 popover recipes, so maybe I’m a tad more obsessed with kale than popovers, but I still love popovers! My friends actually tell me that when I open my Marin mama cooks cafe, (I’m going to try and go for this in the next year or so) that I need to have popovers on the menu, as they’re one of my signature things. I agree, as they’re the perfect carb to pair with soups and salads! Keep your fingers crossed on my cafe idea! It’s one of my dreams!
These popovers have a touch of sweetness and are the perfect afternoon snack for the kiddos, or a great breakfast and/or brunch addition. Serve them up warm from the oven plain, or open them up and slather their insides with some jam or butter. Yum!
Popovers are crispy on the outside and soft and moist on the inside. They are in my eyes the perfect carb, and I never tire of eating them. Since I make popovers once a week, I like playing around and trying new versions. My kids new favorite version are my rosemary and sea salt popovers. Those are AMAZING and if you like rosemary and sea salt, then you will love them.
We’re a total popover loving family. We love the traditional popovers, sugar-crusted popovers and now these rosemary and sea salt popovers. Popovers are my carb of choice because they’re SO easy to make up and require a few simple pantry ingredients. They may look all fancy and formal with their big puffy tops and seem difficult to make, but let me tell you, they’re one of the easiest recipes to make. They even have an exact cooking time which makes them even easier to make up.
Jump to recipe Sugar-crusted popovers what can I say! These popovers are THE BOMB, and one of my kids favorite breakfast treats (I’ll admit, they’re one
Jump to recipe I just love fall. The air starts to get crisp and the nights get shorter, I crave afternoon chai tea, comfort food,