How to Freeze Yorkshire Pudding

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You can freeze your Yorkshire pudding.
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You're not missing out on anything if you haven't had a Yorkie from the freezer, and that says a lot about how well Yorkshire pudding freezes -- you can't tell the difference between fresh and frozen. Frozen Yorkshire pudding batter, and baked and frozen Yorkshire puddings, stay fresh for one month.


You have three ways to go about freezing, each with its own merits:

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  • individually portioned​, for convenience
  • batch freezing​, for economy of freezer space
  • and ​precooked then frozen​, for quick reheating.

How to Freeze Portioned Batter

Muffin tins work best for freezing individual servings of Yorkshire pudding -- simply portion, freeze and bake when ready.

Step 1: Pour the Yorkshire Pudding Batter

Pour freshly made Yorkshire pudding batter into a liquid measuring cup or pitcher. Let the batter sit a few minutes and settle.


Step 2: Prepare the Muffin Tin

Line the muffin tin with liners. Fill each liner about one-third full of batter. Place the muffin tin in the freezer uncovered.

Step 3: Chill the Batter

Chill the batter until frozen through, about 45 minutes. Take the pan from the freezer.


Step 4: Bag, Mark and Freeze

Pop the frozen Yorkshire puddings out of the tin and pack them in a heavy-duty freezer bag. Mark the date on the bag and keep the puddings frozen until you're ready to serve them.


Cooking instructions: Arrange the individual frozen puddings on a sheet pan and bake them at 425 degrees Fahrenheit on the top rack for 20 to 25 minutes. Do not thaw the portioned puddings before baking.

How to Freeze Batter in Batches

Use heavy-duty freezer bags to freeze batches of Yorkshire pudding batter. One batch (12 large servings) requires a 1-quart freezer bag.


Step 1: Pour and Measure

Pour freshly made batter into a liquid measuring cup or pitcher. Place the freezer bag in a container to help it stay upright while you pour the batter.

Step 2: Fill and Seal

Fill the bag about two-thirds full. Seal the bag while squeezing out as much air as you can.


Step 3: Freeze the Bag

Lay the freezer bag flat on a baking sheet and place it in the freezer. Chill the batter until frozen, about 45 minutes.

Step 4: Date and Store

Mark the date on the bag and store it in the freezer until the night before you want to bake the puddings. The night before baking, place the frozen pudding on a plate and let it thaw overnight in the refrigerator.



To pour batter directly into the muffin tin, snip about one-third of an inch from a bottom corner of the freezer bag. Hold the cut corner of the bag over the muffin tin and gently squeeze the batter out and into the spaces.

How to Freeze Baked Yorkshire Puddings

Step 1: Make Yorkie Pud Wraps

Make and bake the Yorkshire puddings, and let them cool until they reach room temperature. Wrap each pudding in plastic wrap.

Step 2: Freeze the Puddings

Set the wrapped puddings on a sheet pan and place them in the freezer. Chill the puddings until frozen through, about 30 minutes.


Step 3: Pack and Freeze

Pack the frozen Yorkshire puddings in a heavy-duty freezer bag and label it. When freezing puddings, plan on storing them for up to one month.


To reheat frozen puddings, heat the oven to 400 F. Unwrap the frozen puddings and arrange them on a baking sheet. Bake the puddings on the top oven rack for 6 to 8 minutes, or until piping hot.



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