Fri Mar 10th

National Blueberry Popover Day

What better way to start March 10th than with National Blueberry Popover Day?? Popovers are airy rolls that puff up when baked, with a prominent edge of the tin. On the outside, they are light and crispy, but the insides are often warm and hollow, while the insides are warm and dense. For a sweet treat, especially blueberries, they can be filled with custards, creams, and fruits.

Popovers are similar to Yorkshire pudding and can also be served with savory combinations.

Using mainly eggs, milk, flour, and salt, the majority of popover recipes are made. The best result is achieved by making popovers by using eggs and milk that are at room temperature. The batter is thin, but it has enough air in it that when it bakes, the steam expands the batter, causing it to puff up and pop over the tin. The egg whites help the pastry hold its shape, and eventually the crust becomes flaky and golden.

1850 – In a letter sent to popovers by E.E. Stuart, the first known reference to popovers is 1850.

1876 – Practical Cooking by M.N. Henderson was the first cookbook with a popover recipe.

How to celebrate #blueberrypopoverday

Toasted Coconut and Blueberry Popovers Make your home smell amazing with these homemade blueberry popovers: Toasted Coconut and Blueberry Popovers. Another alternative is to go to your favorite bakery and surprise a friend or neighbor. Don't forget to tell them what day it is on and give your baker a shout out, too.. Those are two of the best ways to celebrate. Let us know if there are other ways you can share on social media by using #BlueberryPopoverDay. We'd like to post on social media.

The national blueberry popover day is the longest in national blueberry popover day history.

If we haven't identified the creator of this delicious holiday, we'll just pop on over and update the page so you'll know.

Popover FAQ

Q. Can popovers be prepared ahead of time?

Yes, yes. Pop them in a preheated oven for a few minutes to warm them up right before you're ready to serve.

Q. Can popovers be frozen? Can popovers be frozen?

Yes, yes. Seal them in an airtight, freezer-safe container before freezing as with most foods.

Q. What do I do for over a sweet popover?

On their own, A. Popovers are delectable.. To make them spectacular, try these delectable toppings.

  • melted butter
  • honey
  • cinnamon sugar glaze
  • fruit sauce
  • maple syrup
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  • fresh fruit
  • whipped cream
  • Chocolate or caramel sauce is the equivalent of caramel sauce in chocolate or caramel sauces
  • powdered sugar