Healthy Dinner Recipes, Easy Healthy Recipes, Simple Healthy Recipes Mike Ockrim

Chicago Health Coach Mike Ockrim is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialst (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and a Certified Personal Trainer with the American Council on Exercise (ACE) that will engage you in functional movement training programs, nutrition and cooking education, and sleep improvement plans to live a healthy and active lifestyle.

Easy Healthy Recipes - Patriotic Popovers

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PREHEAT OVEN TO 475 DEGREES

The Brits call them Yorkshire Puddings. In the U.S. we call them Patriotic Popovers. Whatever you call these doughy treats, they partner well with roasted meats and holiday meals. There are dozens of ways to dress up a popover or add ingredients to make them a stand alone meal. I prefer them as a simple doughy treat served as a compliment to a balanced meal. The cooking tips to remember are HOT OVEN and DOOR SHUT. Other than that, popovers are a breeze to make. Open a bottle of red wine and enjoy!

 

INGERDIENTS

3 Free range eggs

1 Cup organic whole wheat pastry flour

1 Teaspoon sea salt

1-1/4 Cup organic grass fed milk

12 Tablespoons organic unfiltered extra virgin olive oil

 

DIRECTIONS

1. Preheat oven to 475 degrees

2. Put muffin pan on top of a cookie sheet and place in oven

3. Make batter by beating eggs, flour, salt, and milk together in a large bowl

4. Remove hot pan from oven and carefully pour 1 tablespoon of olive oil into each muffin hole

5. Place muffin pan back into oven for a few minutes to get oil smoking hot

6. Open oven and slide rack with pan out about 1/3 of the way. Gently ladle batter into muffin holes until each one is full. Carefully slide the rack and pan back into the oven

7. Cook with oven door closed for 15 minutes

8. Remove from oven and serve right away