Air Fryer Yorkshire Puddings

Air Fryer Yorkshire Puddings

You can create the BEST Air Fryer Yorkshire Puddings from scratch in your Air Fryer by following my recipe! Enjoy a traditional Sunday roast by pairing with my Air Fryer Roast Beef.

5 minutes for preparation
15 minutes is the cooking time.
Half an hour is spent resting.
50 minutes in total
12 servings

Ingredients Air Fryer Yorkshire Puddings:

For the batter:

  1. 130 g (1 cup) all-purpose or plain flour
  2. Half a teaspoon of salt
  3. Three large eggs
  4. 240 ml  (1 cup) of semi-skimmed milk


  1. As needed, heat 3 tablespoons of vegetable cooking fat (like Trex) or sunflower oil.

Instructions Air Fryer Yorkshire Puddings:

Prepare the pudding mixture:
  • Pour the flour into a bowl for mixing. Stir in a small teaspoon of salt to blend. Pour the eggs into the bowl, whisk them together with a balloon whisk after adding a splash of milk.
  • Add the remaining milk little by little and stir until the batter is smooth. The batter can be refrigerated for 30 minutes or overnight.
  • Note: You can transfer all the ingredients into a tall measuring jug and process until the batter is smooth if you have an immersion blender.
Warm up the air fryer:
  • Put a silicone muffin tin in the air fryer basket, or use ramekins or cake tins. Pour half a teaspoon of sunflower oil or vegetable baking fat into each. For ten minutes, preheat the air fryer to 200°C (400°F).
  • Well stir the batter before pouring into custard moulds. Pour the batter into the tin, filling it slightly less than halfway, working rapidly. The puddings will seem brown and puffed up on top but still have some doughy texture underneath after 10 minutes of air fry time.
  • For smaller puddings, cook for a further five minutes using tongs; for bigger puddings, heat for up to ten minutes. The puddings ought to be airy, crisp-edged, golden, and puffed. You can cook them a little bit longer if they still seem heavy.
  • Serve right away with lots of gravy and roast beef (or any other roast dish)!


Instructions for freezing and storing:

  • If there are any custard leftovers (which seldom occurs in my family!), they can be stored in the refrigerator for a few days. They will get less crisp, but don’t worry—they can be perfectly crisp again in three minutes at 160°C (320°F) in the air fryer!
  • Yorkshire puddings are excellent frozen foods that may be prepared directly from frozen in an air fryer. Prepare a portion, let it cool fully, then arrange it on a tray and freeze it. Once frozen, the puddings can be kept in a bag or other appropriate container.
  • Place the frozen puddings in the fryer’s basket. For five minutes, air fried frozen food at 180°C (360°F).
Nutrition Facts:
98 kcal, 9 g of carbohydrates, 3 g of protein, 5 g of fat, 1 g of saturated fat, 2 g of polyunsaturated fat, 1 g of monounsaturated fat, 0.03 g of trans fat, 43 mg of cholesterol, 121 mg of sodium, 58 mg of potassium, 0.3 g of fibre, 1 g of sugar, 93 IU of vitamin A, 33 mg of calcium, and 1 mg of iron.

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