Made in just five ingredients, the Air Fryer Yorkshire pudding is a visually stunning dish of golden puffy buns that rise to an astounding height and shape in just a few minutes.

The custard is kept light, airy and fluffy inside while having a lovely crispy exterior thanks to the air fryer.


  1. one cup of milk
  2. one cup of flour
  3. three medium-sized eggs
  4. Half a teaspoon of salt
  5. Two tablespoons of oil
  6. Optional: add ½ teaspoon of sugar. To have a sweet and savoury flavour, I like to add sugar.
  7. your preferred seasoning. I also added a small sprinkle of Italian spice, garlic powder, and black pepper. Although seasoning is also optional, I really enjoy how it gives the buns additional flavour.
  8. Grease with oil. or use oil spray.


  1. In a bowl, combine all ingredients and whisk until smooth.
  2. Make sure the batter is lump-free.
  3. After liberally brushing each muffin cup with oil, put them in the air fryer to preheat for five minutes.
  4. Fill each hot, oiled muffin cup halfway with batter. Only fill it halfway.
  5. Next, cook for 13 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celsius) on the air fry mode. After ten minutes, flip, and continue cooking the bottoms for three more minutes, or until they are the desired golden colour.
  6. It is possible to raise the temperature to 400F/200C while utilising the “Bake” setting.
  7. The finished product is fluffy, golden Yorkshire puddings that will wow your loved ones.


  • You will need muffin pans (greased) and an air fryer to make Yorkshire puddings. My air fryer is a Ninja Foodi 6-in-1 model. I tested this recipe using silicone muffin liners and ramekins instead of pans. I discovered that it is much simpler to cook the Yorkie buns in silicone muffin cups, even though they leave no trace and do not stick to ramekins or silicone cups (I repeat, they must be well greased). They come easily out of the muffin tins. View the image below to see how well they rise as well.
  • Should Yorkshire Pudding be flipped? Indeed. After the first ten minutes of cooking, turn on your air fryer. Prepare yourself for the jaw-dropping effect when you open it. You’ll be astounded by their beauty and how much they’ve grown. Turn over every Yorkie pudding one more time. You may want to remove them from the muffin cups at this stage. Cook for three minutes, or until the bottoms are browned to your taste, at the same temperature.
  • Indeed. They keep well for up to four or five days in the refrigerator. It’s simple to reheat. two to three minutes. Although I can see why, I haven’t frozen them yet.


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