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TARRAGON POPOVERS

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Had so much fun making popovers with Caroline!

This is a savory popover recipe using fresh sprigs of tarragon. (You can make them without the fresh herbs if you want to serve them with butter and jam.)

When we made these on my Facebook LIVE and IGTV, they were absolutely delicious! However, there was not enough batter to get them as high and puffy as I like so we revised the recipe below and doubled the batter. The last photo shows you what a big puffy one looks like!

  • 10 tablespoons melted organic butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 2 cups organic whole milk
  • 2 teaspoons organic sugar
  • 2 teaspoons sea salt
  • 2 cups organic all purpose flour
  • 2 tablespoons fresh tarragon, leaves only (optional)

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  

Brush a 6-cup popover tin (or 12-cup muffin tin) with melted butter. Place a spoonful of melted butter into the bottom of each cup.  Place the tins into the oven to get them hot while you make the batter. 

In a large bowl (preferably with a pour spout) beat together eggs, 3 tablespoons of melted butter, sugar and salt. Gradually add the flour and whisk until smooth.  

Remove the hot tins from the oven. Place a few leaves of tarragon into each cup. Pour the batter into the cups about ¾ full. 

Place the tins back into the 425 degree oven for 15 minutes. Without opening the door, turn down the heat to 350 degrees and cook for another 15-20 minutes. When the popovers have been in the oven for 30 minutes, open the door to check for doneness. They should be lightly browned on the edges and very puffy.  When they look done, remove from oven and serve immediately with extra butter.

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Comments 18
  • Carol Kile
    Carol Kile

    I can’t wait to try these. They look delicious. I have a question. Can you use reg milk, flour, and sugar or just organic ?

  • Marie Zakrzewski
    Marie Zakrzewski

    I made these for my dad who is 96 years old for Father’s day. He loved them. He is in very good health and my mom still takes such good care of him. A true love story they have.

  • Twila Crawford
    Twila Crawford

    Suzanne, you inspire me even more to eat healthier, and live better! I do grow my own herbs and now I am taking your supplements and the smoothie packets just arrived, love the yoga wear and tomorrow my popover pan arrives.. I think I want to be your twin :) Thank you !!!!

  • Pamela
    Pamela

    Dear Suzanne and family. I enjoyed another wonderful video especially making and baking your Tarragon popovers. I always look forward to all your videos. Pamela Sullivan

  • Eslie
    Eslie

    I loved this live video. It inspired me to make these popovers and to grow my own herbs. I loved the tour of Suzanne’s garden.

  • Jean Cancelmo Cahall
    Jean Cancelmo Cahall

    They look delicious! I can’t wait to make them!!

  • Catherine
    Catherine

    Will Al eat the popovers since he is gluten free?

  • DARLENE MACLEAN
    DARLENE MACLEAN

    l will try this as it looks amazing

  • LINDA MACK
    LINDA MACK

    Hi Suzanna I just came across you videos. You look amazing. And so does Al. Thank you for the popover Recipe. A question. Do you have a book out with all your products and also with your supplement list and what each one does for you? Also do you have a organic recipe book out. If you do have these books. Do you sell them on you site? I would love to read them if you do. I’m going to be turning 70 later this year and I want to start eating cleaner. Organic sounds like the way to go. Please please get back to me on this. I live in Florida. And I’ve tried to grow herbs. But everytime my roommate mowes them down. I’m Originally from up state N. Y and always grew my own Vegetables and herbs. And I miss that down here

  • LINDA MACK
    LINDA MACK

    Hi Suzanna I just came across you videos. You look amazing. And so does Al. Thank you for the popover Recipe. A question. Do you have a book out with all your products and also with your supplement list and what each one does for you? Also do you have a organic recipe book out. If you do have these books. Do you sell them on you site? I would love to read them if you do. I’m going to be turning 70 later this year and I want to start eating cleaner. Organic sounds like the way to go. Please please get back to me on this. I live in Florida. And I’ve tried to grow herbs. But everytime my roommate mowes them down. I’m Originally from up state N. Y and always grew my own Vegetables and herbs. And I miss that down here

  • AIicia Keeler
    AIicia Keeler

    Can’t wait to make these. 😋😘❤️

  • Judy Pasqualone
    Judy Pasqualone

    They look amazing…been hungry for them since show. Definitely gotta try.

  • Tina
    Tina

    Thank you for sharing recipe love you guys❤

  • Anita Carter
    Anita Carter

    Great show! These ar great with corn niblets in the batter!

  • Anita Carter
    Anita Carter

    Great show! These ar great with corn niblets in the batter!

  • Kimberly
    Kimberly

    Thank You! So much for sharing this recipe…I love you all❤️

  • Mary
    Mary

    Can’t wait to make these!!

  • Marlene
    Marlene

    Looks good.
    And ur salad too. Going to try this ,,,,l,lovecwatching you

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