Yorkshire Pudding Wrap

by Barry Lewis

Prep time
30 mins
Bake time
30 mins


Yorkshire pudding

4 eggs

150g plain flour

200ml milk

50ml vegetable oil

Roast dinner bits / leftovers

Leftover cooked turkey meat, cold is ok

4 Carrots, peeled and cut into sticks parboiled

2tbsp honey

1tbsp wholegrain mustard

Handful sprouts, washed and parboiled

Few tbsp Cranberry sauce

6 Sausages

6 Bacon rashers

4-5 roast potatoes, chopped into small chunks

Stuffing mix, made to package instructions


Christmas markets all over have some great street food, one in particular near me sells some extremely popular Yorkshire pudding wraps, which were extremely busy during a recent visit.

Imagine a roast dinner in a wrap, however that wrap is made of Yorkshire pudding batter – extremely cheeky! It’s great if you have any leftovers from a roast the day before, then just topped up with things you need eg some honey roast carrots… very tasty indeedy!

Here’s the recipe video on YouTube if you fancy a watch as per above, but I think you’ll love this, you could take it so many ways!

Yorkshire pudding wrap
This was extremely tasty!

How to make a Yorkshire pudding wrap

Well, these are the steps for me using some leftovers!

  1. To make the wrap beat together the eggs, milk and flour in a large jug until smooth and place in the fridge whilst you prep other ingredients (if needed!).
  2. For the carrots and sprouts mix together 2tbsp honey with 1tbsp of the mustard and brush all over. Bake in the oven at 180fan/200c or equivalent for 30 mins until charred stirring halfway and topping up with more honey mustard if needed, allow to cool.
  3. For the pigs in blankets wrap the sausages in bacon and bake in the oven at the same temperature for 30 mins, turning halfway if needed. Try to time these and roasting your potatoes with the yorkshire pudding batter cooking (approx 25mins so you can have it all warm!).
  4. For the Yorkshire pudding wrap add the oil to a 30cm x 20cm baking tray, place in the oven at 200fan/220c and allow it to get warm for 5 mins, carefully remove from the oven when the oil is smoking and pour over the batter, be careful it will sizzle. Place back in the oven and bake for 25 minutes until golden and well risen.
  5. Allow to cool, flip over so the cooked side is hidden (we want this to be the outside of it when we roll!)  and then build the wrap with fillings of your choice – start with cranberry sauce smudging it in with a spoon, shredded cooked turkey, then the stuffing and pigs in blankets in strips, add some roast potatoes, rows of carrots and sprouts and a nice pour of gravy. Then roll it all up securely and dunk in extra gravy as required, simply outstanding!