I had extra jalapeño on hand so I thought incorporating them in to popovers would be an excellent addition.
Popovers are super easy to make and these turn out light and airy. The batter is poured in to greased muffin tins (no need to have a special popover pan) and bake for about twenty minutes. As these bake they will rise high. Once you pull them from the oven they will deflate a bit unless you bake them a little longer than I prefer.
What I love about popovers is that you can add whatever you’d like. Make these savory or sweet depending on what you are serving them with. I have some extra Meyer Lemons left from my Meyer Lemon Prosecco with Limoncello. I think adding some Meyer Lemon juice in to some popovers would be delicious too, don’t you?
For this recipe all you need is one bowl, a mixer and six ingredients. In roughly twenty minutes you can pop these out of the oven and enjoy!
Hi I'm Jennifer! Thanks so much for stopping by. I'm a busy mommy of twins and head chef of Casa de Dempsey. I love to cook using fresh ingredients with common items on hand for fresh and easy family friendly meals. Learn More