One simple batter. Endless flavor combinations. Welcome to the wonderful world of Popovers  

Whether you’re already a popover pro or new to the party, you’re in for a treat with these light, fluffy, fillable gems, which some compare to Yorkshire puddingUsing one simple base batter, your trusty muffin tin, and the bold flavor of our farmers’ award-winning cheeses, you’re on your way to the perfect popover  

Popovers are ideal for sprucing up weekday breakfast, or for adding some quick gourmet to your next brunch gathering. Even better, despite how easy they are to makethey look impressive arranged on a platter and will have your guests gushing about your baking prowess and begging you for the recipe. We say share away! 

Let’s get started.  

Start by trying our Basic Cabot Cheddar Popovers. With an easy batter made from eggs, milk, and flourplus a healthy handful of shredded sharp cheddaryou’ll be enjoying these cheesy morsels in no time.  

From there, we like to spice and sweeten things up, depending on the occasion, or even the time of year, and we’ve included some of our favorite variations belowTo make things even easier, all three recipes start with the same base batter as our Basic Popover. We think you’ll love these flavor combinations. 


Pepper Jack & Diced Ham: You can’t go wrong with a spicy kick 

 

Seriously Sharp & Cinnamon Sugar MinisSweet, savory, and ohso decadent.  

Extra Sharp & Fresh Herb Dutch BabyExtra puffy, extra-seasonal, extra-delicious   

We hope you have fun exploring these recipes, but as a wise farmer once said, there’s no wrong way to enjoy a popoverso have fun with itGive new life to last night’s leftovers, raid the pantry for inspiration, or even let the kids help invent your next fun-filled adventure. Let your creativity, and your taste buds, be your guide.  


Find more deliciously cheesy recipes here.

Comments (10)

Cheryl Keenan | March 26, 2019 | 6:28pm

I can’t wait to try this sounds so yummy

Ida Beek | May 30, 2020 | 9:06am

You made the recipes special with the varieties of fillings. Some savory, some sweet.

Marge | May 30, 2020 | 4:22pm

I haven’t made these for a long time, but I am looking forward to try this recipe. Thank you and keep safe.

Bethany Linhart | June 07, 2020 | 9:17am

Looking to pin these ideas!

Thomas Eckhoff | June 14, 2020 | 7:01am

First time making popovers. Used a muffin pan. Ham did not mix in well so maybe I’ll stir it in next time instead of putting on top. Very good regardless.

    Rachael | June 16, 2020 | 1:07pm

    Thanks for the feedback Thomas! So glad that you enjoyed them overall. Thanks for making the recipe and for supporting our farm family owners 🙂 ~Rachael

Kathleen | October 13, 2020 | 4:55pm

Now I can finally put that unused popover pan in the oven with these recipes.
I already see a Spanish chorizo and Queso Manchego popover in the near future.

Another reason I’m glad I receive your emails!

    Rachael | October 14, 2020 | 2:21pm

    That sounds like a delicious combo! YUM ~Rachael

Sherry Robinson | October 13, 2020 | 10:22pm

You gave us the ingredients but no measurements

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