almond popovers

May 16, 2011
You know how we sometimes choose an outfit to go with a pair of shoes?   This is the food equivalent of such situation.  
What could pair perfectly with my Banana-Lime Jam?  Almond popovers, of course.
It's the beauty of backwards design and in this case, I picked a winning outfit.
Popovers are made with an egg batter much like a pancake batter.  To make it as smooth as possible, or rather, as quick as possible, I used my Magic Bullet.  You can just toss all the ingredients in and be done!

Almond Popovers
(yields 6 popovers)
2 eggs
1 cup milk (I used almond milk)
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. almond extract
a palmful of sliced and chopped almonds

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.  Butter 6 cups in your popover pan (or muffin tin) and set aside.
  2. Add all ingredients to a food processor or Magic Bullet and blend until smooth.
  3. Pour into buttered muffin tin.  
  4. Place pan in the oven and decrease temperature to 350 degrees.  Bake 16-20 minutes.
  5. Immediately remove when the tops begin to brown.  
  6. Quickly take out each popover and place on a rack to cool.
Serve with Banana-Lime Jam

6 comments:

Dawn said...

Oh wow Jess, I think even I could handle making these. I'm saving this recipe!

Anne said...

I love popovers and I LOVE almond! These, with a little jam...so perfect for breakfast! Thank you for sharing this recipe! : )

Jess said...

@Dawn: You definitely can- they're really quick and don't require a ton of ingredients! :)

@Anne: It has your name written all over it! :)

Anonymous said...

This sounds like a great recipe but I'm afriad to try it because I can't understand how they can turn out without any flour or flour substitute - just eggs and milk. I'm scared that what I'll end up with is 6 muffin sized omlettes. Has anyone tried this recipe with success?

Anonymous said...

I think they'd work a bit like souffle/pancakes @ Anonymous

judy said...

I made them, and they turned out nothing like the picture. They wouldn't rise, and I baked them for about an hour. Yeah, they were like tiny, wet omlettes. :-(

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