Vegan Yorkshire Pudding

March 7, 2015
1 Review (4.00 out of 5)

When I moved to England, everybody kept going on and on about Yorkshire Pudding and how fantastic it is.  When I finally was able to see what one looked like, I was sad to know that I couldn’t taste it, because its made with all sorts of non-vegan stuff.  So I felt challenged to try making a vegan version of this weird savory thing…and I tell you, I can’t stop eating them!

So here we have our tasty vegan yorkshire pudding recipes!

You can use a four-cup Yorkshire Pudding tray or a 12-cup Pudding (or tart) tray, just make sure you get one that is non-stick so you don’t have to deal with that mess.  It wouldn’t hurt to lightly spray it with some vegan baking spray as well.

Our vegan yorkshire pudding recipe goes great with this red onion gravy recipe by the way!


  • 8 Ounces
    Self raising flour
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 Teaspoon
    Lemon juice
  • 1/4 Liter
    Vegan soy yogurt (unsweetened, plain)
  • 1/4 Liter
    Vegan soy milk (unsweetened)


  1. All you have to do is just whisk everything together, maybe add a few extra drops (and I do mean DROPS) of soy milk just to make the batter a little runny. Then pour into the baking tray and pop into the oven!

  2. You'll want to cook these at about 350 Fahrenheit (180 C) for roughly 15 - 20 minutes. Keep an eye on them, though. Make sure they are nice and golden brown on top. They will start to rise a bit in the oven and then sink when you pull them out. The first time I made them, I pulled them out too early and the inside was still a bit gooey, so watch out for that. Everyone's oven is different, so my advice is to find out what cooking time works best for you and keep that in mind next time you make them.

  3. When they are done, let them cool for a bit and serve with some yummy vegan gravy! Deeeeeelicious!

1 review for Vegan Yorkshire Pudding

  1. Jennie


    Thanks so much for this recipe. Used Almond milk rather than soy + added a level teaspoon of baking powder. They didn’t rise very much but they tasted amazing so I feel encouraged to keep tweaking til I can get some to rise…will be using this recipe for pancakes on Shrove Tuesday too 😀

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