I live alone. However I do enjoy the occasional roast dinner. (A treat I indulge in all the more frequently over the past year or two since I acquired a cooker and freezer!) Most of the dinner is home-cooked - but the exception is the Yorkshires. I <u>can</u> make up a batch of pudding-batter, and I do if I'm making something like a clafoutis. However, for a roast dinner, when I just want one (or maybe 2!) little puddings to complete the dinner, I go for a well-know frozen brand....ok it's Aunt Bessie! I've been thinking, maybe I could whisk up a batch and cook maybe a dozen at a time and freeze them. But is it worth it? Is the taste of a crisp home-made Yorkshire, really all that superior?...and not just the taste...I like crunchy on the outside and a little soft/chewy inside...and ever so slightly burnt! I make my own dumplings, is it just laziness stopping me making Yorkshires?