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Easy Read Toad in the Hole Recipe

The Yorkshire pudding was traditionally made in a large tin, rather than the individual puddings that we have today. Often it was served before the main meal, this helped to fill people up when times were hard and there wasn’t much meat to eat.

National Yorkshire Pudding Day has been celebrated on the first Sunday in February in Britain since 2007.

Yorkshire pudding is great with a traditional Sunday roast but why not try it with other dishes like curry or serve it as a sweet with fruit and ice cream. Follow the recipe below to find the best Toad in the Hole recipe, created by our catering team!

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