Sweet & Cinnamony Yorkshire Puddings

You may recall I visited York last month and it was such a lovely trip. I wanted to create a recipe inspired by the visit so here it is at last! I absolutely adore yorkshire puddings but as I have quite a sweet tooth I wanted to use them in a dessert for this recipe. When I visited the famous Bettys tearooms in York, I had delicious French toast flavored with cinnamon and honey and I have used those flavors in this recipe.
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I must admit that when making this recipe I made regular yorkshire puddings with two-thirds of the batter and used the remaining third of the batter to make the sweet yorkshire puddings… and ate the majority of them myself – oopsie! 🙂
Here are the ingredients you will need to make the basic batter
100 g Plain Flour
3 Eggs
230 mls Milk
Mix all the ingredients together to make a smooth batter, keep one-third of the mixture to use for the dessert. (Use the remaining two-thirds of the batter for regular savoury yorkshire puddings – just add a good pinch of salt first)
Additional ingredients
quarter teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon Icing sugar
Honey
2 or 3 Figs
Sunflower oil
Add in one-quarter of a teaspoon of ground cinnamon to the batter along with a teaspoon of icing sugar and combine. Next repare your figs by washing the and slicing them through the middle in a cross shape.
Preheat your oven to 220C/200C fan. Once the oven has preheated, place your muffin tin in the oven to heat up with a teaspoon of vegetable oil in each muffin hole you will be using. Heat for about 5 minutes until piping hot. Carefully remove the muffin tin and pour the sweet & cinnamony batter into the muffin holes until they are three-quarters full and place back in the oven for 20 minutes or until they are a deep brown colour and well risen. About 10 minutes in, drizzle the figs you have prepared with honey and pop each one into one of the empty muffin holes.
Once the yorkshire puddings and figs are done, brush the inside and tops of each pudding with a thin layer of honey before popping a fig into the centre of each pudding. For extra indulgence  add a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream on top of the figgy centre. Drizzle the juice from the figs over the top and garnish with some chopped nuts as a finishing touch. Enjoy!
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M x

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