Monday, September 22, 2014

Raspberry Popovers

This is another 1st for me , making popovers. I’ve chosen to make a sweet version as we’re harvesting raspberries now .  So why not make the most of it .  

To be honest my popovers did not really do justice to the original version as mine are a little over baked . But nevertheless they’re tasty with  lovely soft custard like texture . Just love the sweet raspberries in this popovers as I’ve added more fresh raspberries . A perfect snack for anytime of the day

Raspberry Popovers
Recipe source from Vintage Mixer

Ingredients : Yield 10 popovers
2 eggs
1 cup whole milk
28g melted butter
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 Tbsp sugar
¼ tsp salt
Zest of 1 lemon
Handful of fresh raspberries


1)      Preheat oven to 190°C . Grease generously the muffin pan with melted butter . Place muffin pan in the oven to heat it up .

2)      Whisk eggs & milk in a large bowl .

3)      In a separate bowl , combine flour , sugar , salt & lemon zest .  Fold this mixture into egg mixture till well combined . Don’t worry if it’s a little lumpy .

4)      Pour batter into greased muffin pan & filling only 2/3 full . Scatter few raspberries over the top ( you can also mash the raspberries & then fold a spoonful mixture into each cup of batter)

5)      Bake for 35 – 45 mins till puffed & golden . Sprinkle with powdered sugar . (I’ve added more fresh raspberries just before serve )

Sharing this post with Bake Along # 68 hosted by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours together with Zoe of Bake For Happy Kids & Lena from Frozen Wings . This month’s theme is Popovers.


  1. Hi Kit,
    Wow, popovers with homegrown raspberries! Jealous-leh!
    I could eat a few in one sitting. Looks lovely with the raspberries and powdered sugar!
    Thanks for baking along with us!
    The flowers are simply beautiful! :)

  2. Hi Kit,

    You must have a big garden... You have an apple tree, raspberry and so many flowers!!! My husband had stopped me from buying plants because we are running out of space :p

    Your popovers with raspberries look lovely. Over-baked? Nay!


  3. Hi Kit,
    Always admire your home growth fruits and flowers.
    This is also a first for me, baking this delicious popovers. I choose a savory popovers. Your raspberry popovers sound great for a afternoon tea.
    How I wish I can sunk my teeth into one of your raspberry popover. :D

  4. you know when i was searching the recipe online, i saw something like this when it says spoon the mashed fruit on the batter, but i was so chicken, i scared that the fruit will heavy down the batter and wont puffed up! haha! i like the look of your popovers, they are so pretty with the raspberries!


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