Easy and Delicious Parmesan Popovers Recipe and Recipe Link

This is just a simple recipe that I like to make with soups, or meals that would be nice with a light bread on the side.  AND since it will soon to be fall, soup season, and I have fall fever, I figured I could share this.  (I especially love this with carrot soup, recipe here)

I didn’t get any pictures during the making of them, but I assure you it is easy!

Easy Parmesan Popovers
makes approx 12 (may need to double it, these go FAST!)
9 T Parmesan
3 beaten eggs (at room temperature)
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 t  cayenne pepper
Liberally butter a 12 count muffin tin.  Put about 2/3 T Parmesan in each cup on the bottom.  
In a medium bowl whisk the milk, flour, eggs and seasonings together.  Pour mixture in each cup over Parmesan.  Bake at 400 for 25 minutes. 

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10 Comments

  1. >These look absolutely delicious!!! I can't wait to try them. I love bread. I also want to try your carrot soup. I have never made it, but I do like carrots very much. Thanks for sharing. Love & blessings from NC!

  2. >The popovers tempt me. I have not made them in years but seeing yours, makes me think, it is time to bring them back, into our lives.

  3. >Hi there! This is my first Recipe Swap Sunday. I'm looking forward to visiting all the delicious looking links! Thanks for hosting!

  4. >Your recipe – and everyone else's – look so delicious! I'm so glad I discovered your site!

    I plan to be a regular contributor to your recipe parties – that way, I'll get to check out everyone else's goodies too!

    Have a wonderful week!

    Ramona
    https://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

  5. >OH MY GOSH! I have not thought of popovers in years! When I was growing up, my mom and I would go to "The Sword and Kilt", which was the little cafe in the Thalhimer's department store. I would always get a popover, and loved them, but I never saw them anywhere else. With Thalhimer's closing about 20 years ago, I had totally forgotten about popovers, and I was SO EXCITED to stumble into your recipe here! It looks so easy, I'm going to have to try it!

  6. >Just made these on a lark. Didn't turn out as pretty as yours but worth making again.

    Note to self…not the best compliment to hot dogs but great with beer!

  7. >I've never heard of these but they look amazing and simple. I'm going to have to try them. Thanks for sharing.

  8. >Oh thank you for this recipe! I think I'm going to try and add a little garlic to this and serve these with spaghetti tonight! Mmmm can't wait!

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