Yorkshire pudding is a golden-brown pudding whose outer covering is crispy but possesses a soft texture to its middle. It is easy to prepare, possess high calorific value and has an international appeal.
Puddings weighing almost 31 grams contain a total of 100 calories where 40 calories come from fat. Out of these 100 calories, 7% calories come from fat, 2% calories come from saturated fat, 4% of the calories are obtained from carbohydrates and dietary fibres each.
The total fat content in an equal amount of pudding is 4.5 grams out of which saturated fat content is 0.4 gram, total carbohydrate content in it is 11 grams and the fibre content in it is merely 1 gram. Yorkshire puddings are rich in iron and calcium and contains vitamin C.
Now if you take 100 grams of frozen Yorkshire puddings, the total calorie content in it is 302 out of which 131 calories come from fat. Out of these 302 calories, 22% calories are obtained from total fat, 15 % of calories are obtained from saturated fat, 29 % of calories are obtained from sodium, 11% calories are obtained from carbohydrates and only 7 % of calories are obtained from dietary fibre.
The total fat content in it is 14.6 grams, it contains 3 grams of saturated fat, total sodium content is 700 mg, total carbohydrate content is 34.3 grams, dietary fibre is available in 1.7 grams, sugar content in it is 2.5 grams and the total amount of protein content in it is 8.2 grams.
One 3” baked 36 grams of Yorkshire puddings contain 91 calories out of which 23 calories come from fat. In these 36 grams of puddings, 4% of calories are obtained from fat, 4% of calories are obtained from carbohydrate and 1 % of calorie is obtained from dietary fibre.
The total fat content in the Yorkshire puddings are 2.5 grams, total carbohydrate content are 13 grams, the total amount of dietary fibre in it is 0.4 gram and the total protein content is 3.2 grams in it.