Here's the thing about popovers: They're a little finicky. You absolutely cannot open the oven while they're baking (something I did about 10 times as I was warming up other side dishes for our Thanksgiving spread), and you really have to preheat the tin, whether it's a muffin tin or a legitimate popover tin. Nothing crazy, but breaking either of these rules will result in a deflated, mushy mess, not a light, puffy, doughy inside, crispy outside piece of baked good perfection like they should be.
These popovers are a great balance of savory and sweet. With thyme and goat cheese in the popovers and a sweet mixed berry sauce to serve with them, they're an absolutely irresistible bite and worth the extra effort.
Puffy, crisp, doughy and savory popovers are served with a sweet mixed berry sauce, making them great for any time of day.
Prep time: 10 minutes | Bake time: 27 minutes | Total time: 37 minutes
For the popovers
For the mixed berry sauce
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