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Popovers reheat well. You can make these early in the day and warm in a 350-degree oven.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2010
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  • gracemliu
    22 JUL, 2011
    My popovers were browning after about 18 mins so I took them out. They deflated within mins after being removed from the oven. What did I do wrong? Should I have let them bake longer?
    • Amy_Cakes
      16 JAN, 2015
      Hi, Grace. There could be a couple reasons. Did you use popover tins, which are bigger, or regular muffin tins? You can use both, but time needs to be reduced for latter. Also if you add too much cheese or don't grate it thin enough it can weigh down the middle, causing it to sink. I love this recipe. It's simple and always a hit. Try it again! Keep in mind every oven is different, so your oven may just run hot.

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