Thanksgiving Popovers // Sweet Laurel

Sweet Laurel Savory // Thanksgiving Popovers

Thanksgiving Popovers

Claire and I are thrilled to announce SWEET LAUREL SAVORY is now available for PRE-ORDER! This book is truly a labor of love and each recipe is designed to be decadent and delicious in true Sweet Laurel fashion. And as a very special gift to you, we are releasing Claire’s Thanksgiving Popovers from Sweet Laurel Savory, just in time for next week.

One of our favorite baking smells is that of popovers-and they taste delicious too! Crunchy on the outside, eggy and soft in the middle. You can eat them with some sweet jam, or just slather them with ghee. Enjoy this preview of our 2nd cookbook and click here to pre-order Sweet Laurel Savory.


Yield: 6 popovers

Bake Time: 20-25 minutes


Ingredients:

2 tablespoons coconut oil or unsalted ghee, melted, plus more for greasing

1/4 cup coconut flour

1/4 cup arrowroot powder

1 teaspoon Himalayan pink salt

8 large eggs

1/2 cup coconut milk


Directions:

Preheat the oven to 425 F. Grease a popover pan with coconut Oil.

In a large bowl, combine the coconut flour, arrowroot, and salt. In a separate large bowl, whisk together the eggs, coconut milk, and 1/4 cup water. While whisking continuously, gradually pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture, then slowly add the melted oil and whisk until just incorporated. If batter is clumpy, break up the lumps by pressing the batter through a sieve.

Place the greased popover pan in the oven to preheat for about 3 minutes, until hot. Remove the hot pan from the oven, immediately fill each well of the pan halfway with batter, and bake for 20-25 minutes, until the popovers are puffed and deep golden brown. Serve immediately.

*Notes – DO NOT open the oven door during baking. Doing so will release steam and cause the popovers to collapse.

To prevent the popovers from collapsing once they’re out of the oven, puncture their tops and/or sides with the tip of a small, sharp knife. The outer structure is more likely to stay set as the steam released through the small hole you’ve made.

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