Grain Free Popovers Three Ways

Popovers go great with saucy winter meals, because they soak up juices! They are also great for breakfast, or stuffed with sandwich ingredients. I love their airy, fluffy texture. So today I came up with three more variations (Pecorino, Garlic and Onion, or Plain) you can make in addition to my original recipe for Italian Bacon Popovers which you can find here.

Grain Free Popovers Two Ways!

Grain Free Popovers Three Ways!


I was thrilled to discover recently that I am doing well with some kinds of dairy, so I added a dairy version of the popovers….Sheep milk cheese! Did you know that the delicious Italian Pecorino cheese is made from sheep’s milk? It is a well known delicious hard cheese that you grate, and I added it to one of my popover recipes with yum-yum results! If you aren’t partaking in dairy, no worries there are plain ones that are very versatile and classic, or try the garlic and onion and also the Italian Bacon ones on the blog which are dairy free as well!

Grain Free Popovers

Grain Free Popovers


Grain Free Popovers Two Ways!

Grain Free Popovers Three Ways!


Grain Free Popovers Three Ways

Ingredients for Popovers:

4 Eggs

1/2 Cup of Coconut Milk

2 Tablespoons of Coconut Flour

1 Teaspoon of Sea Salt

(1/4 Teaspoon each of Garlic Powder and Onion Powder for Garlic and Onion)

(1/2 Cup of Grated Pecorino Cheese for Pecorino Cheese Popovers)

Olive Oil for Cups

Directions: Preheat your oven 400º degrees. Using a muffin pan or popover pan here, pour 1/2 teaspoon of oil into the bottom of each cup. Each batch makes six popovers, so put oil in six cups. In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs, coconut milk, coconut flour, and sea salt. Add in the variation you would like. Scoop with a muffin scoop into the cups you have added the olive oil to. Bake for 30 to 35 minutes or until golden brown. They will sink some naturally as you remove them from the oven. I carefully remove them from the pan by running a knife around the edges and gently scooping them out with a spoon. You will have some residue left in the pan.

*cheese and plain popovers are low fodmap

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