Make a delicious, gluten-free, vegan version of the traditional Yorkshire pudding in just 15 minutes. This recipe contains less than 100 calories per serving and is sure to delight all your friends and family.
Yorkshire pudding is hands down my favorite type of food of all time. If I could only live on one food for the rest of my life, this would be it.
Making gluten-free, vegan Yorkshire pudding is a little different than a normal Yorkshire pudding as they don’t puff up in exactly the same way. But they are still super tasty and very easy to make.
Yorkshire pudding is a muffin-shaped, bready food item that is typically served with a British Sunday lunch consisting of vegetables, gravy, vegan meat, and all of the trimmings like cranberry sauce.
It is very easy to make these Yorkshire puddings. All you do is make your batter, pour it into a muffin tray, and bake it.
This Yorkshire pudding is a gluten-free, vegan version of a standard Yorkshire pudding, but still just as delicious.
If you’ve never tasted a Yorkshire pudding wrap, you’ve got to try this. Once you get a taste of how delicious this wrap is, you’ll never want to eat anything else. The texture is soft, and pillowy. And the flavor is delicious.
This recipe is super fast to make. It only took me 5 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes to cook.
This recipe contains less than 70 calories for one serving.
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- ❤️️ Benefits
- 📋 Ingredients
- 🧑🍳 Substitutions
- The Structure Of A Plant Based Plate
- 📖 Instructions
- 👩🏫 Frequently asked questions
- ❄️ How to store leftovers
- 🥗 Ways to use this recipe
- 🍚 What to serve with this recipe
- 🥘 More tasty vegan carbs recipes
- 🥬️🥭️ 7 Day Meal Plan
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- Gluten-Free Vegan Yorkshire Pudding
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- This recipe contains 62.7 calories per serving
- This recipe contains 1.5g of protein per serving
- One serving of this recipe contains 14% of your recommended daily intake of calcium.
- This easy recipe takes 5 minutes of active preparation time and 10 minutes of cooking time. You can use the cooking time to get on with other things.
- I have simplified this recipe by limiting the number of ingredients and using everyday, simple ingredients such as gluten-free flour and vegan plant base milk.
- This recipe and all recipes on my website are vegan, plant-based, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, lactose-free, free from refined sugar, vegetarian, and are based on whole foods.
- All of my recipes follow my own diet plan called the Plant Plate 400. In addition, my recipes also adhere to the following diets, the Mediterranean diet, the 1200 Calories a Day diet, Clean eating, the Macrobiotic diet, the Alkaline diet, the Ornish diet, the Daniel Fast, and the Starch Solution diet.
Here is a labeled photo of all the ingredients I used in this recipe.
- Olive oil: Use any oil you choose.
- Gluten-free flour blend: Replace this with any gluten-free flour that would be used for making cakes.
- Baking powder: For a single teaspoon substitute with a mix of ¼ teaspoon baking soda, ½ teaspoon cream of tartar, and ¼ teaspoon cornstarch. Or for each teaspoon use a mix of 1 teaspoon of baking soda and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice or vinegar.
- Sea salt: You can replace it with any salt of your choice.
- Plant-based milk: Use any plant-based milk you have.
The Structure Of A Plant Based Plate
Each of the recipes I create fits into my Plant Plate System. This system incorporates 5 food groups into every meal.
The 5 food groups are 1) Plant Protein, 2), Leaves, Fruit, And Veg, 3) Aesthetic Additions, 4) Nutrient Packed Carbohydrates, and 5) Taste
This recipe is a complete meal because it contains all 5 components of my Plant Plate and contains around 400 calories per meal.
The diagram below helps you see the 5 different components of a Plant-Based Plate.
Here’s how this recipe is structured according to the Plant Plate System.
Adding each ingredient to the following categories helps you to easily see how to make substitutions. It also lets you know the exact reason why the ingredient is in the recipe.
Although this recipe is a complete meal, you still need to add some vegetables to the side.
- Plant-based milk
Leaves, fruit & veg
Nutrient packed carbohydrates
- Gluten-free flour
- Sea salt
- Olive Oil
In addition, the baking powder is essential for consistency.
Here is a brief summary of the steps needed to make the recipe. See the recipe card at the bottom of this post for the full detailed instructions.
- Mix all of the ingredients, except the oil, to form a batter.
- Spray oil into a baking pan, pour in the batter, and bake.
👩🏫 Frequently asked questions
Yes, gluten free flour works very well for Yorkshire puddings.
❄️ How to store leftovers
This recipe keeps in the fridge for up to 4 days in an air-tight container. It also freezes well for up to 3 months. Defrost it before using it. Reheat it by covering it with kitchen foil and warming it up gently in the oven or air fryer.
🥗 Ways to use this recipe
Here are some of my favorite ways to use this recipe:
- Crispy Smashed Brussels Sprouts (Air Fryer, Viral TikTok)
- Tofu Sausage Recipe (Vegan, Gluten Free)
- Dried Cranberry Sauce Recipe (Vegan, Gluten Free)
- Vegan Yorkshire Pudding Wrap Recipe (Gluten Free)
- Air Fryer Greek Potatoes Recipe (Vegan, Gluten Free)
- Vegan Sunday Roast Dinner Under 400 Calories (Gluten Free)
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If you’re looking for side dishes to serve alongside this recipe, here are some of my best recommendations.
🍝 VEGAN CARBOHYDRATE SIDE DISHES
Serve this recipe with any of the following carb side dishes which are all around 100 calories per serving:
For more options, see all of my best vegan, gluten-free carbs side dishes.
🫑 VEGAN VEGETABLE SIDE DISHES
Here are some vegetable side dishes that go very nicely with this recipe which are all under 100 calories per serving.
For more options, see all of my best gluten-free vegan vegetable side dishes.
🍶 VEGAN DIPS
Here are some vegan dips or vegan sauces that go very nicely with this recipe, and are very quick to make. These are all under 50 calories per serving.
For more options, see all of my best gluten-free vegan dip recipes.
🥘 More tasty vegan carbs recipes
If you’re looking for some easy, vegan side carb dishes, that are around 100 calories per serving, check out some of my other recipes:
- Most Crispy Vegan Jacket Potato (British Baked Without Foil)
- Easy Whole Baked Sweet Potato (Air Fryer, Oven, Vegan)
- 100 Calorie Vegan Cornbread (Air Fryer, Oven, GF, No Eggs)
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Gluten-Free Vegan Yorkshire Pudding
- 8 sprays of olive oil spray
- 110g gluten-free flour blend
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- ½ teaspoon sea salt
- 240ml vegan plant-based milk (I used soya milk)
- Preheat the oven to 200 C/ 400 F.
- Add the gluten-free flour, baking powder, and salt to a large mixing bowl and stir. Add the vegan milk to the bowl and whisk until the batter is smooth.
- Spray 8 holes in a muffin or cupcake pan with cooking spray.
- Pour the batter evenly into 8 of the holes. Bake for 10-15 minutes until the surface of the Yorkshire pudding is completely golden.
- Remove from the oven and serve immediately.
Now it’s your turn to make magic with food.