About National Raspberry Popover Day
A popover is a light, hollow and puffy pastry that is made from a simple batter of flour, eggs, milk, and salt. The batter is poured into special popover pans or muffin tins that have tall and narrow cups, and then baked in a hot oven. The high heat causes the batter to quickly rise and create a crispy exterior while leaving the inside soft and fluffy.
Popovers are a popular breakfast or brunch dish, especially in the United States and United Kingdom. They can be served plain or filled with sweet or savory ingredients like butter, jam, honey, cheese, or herbs. Popovers are best enjoyed fresh out of the oven while they are still warm and puffy.