Altitude baking tips for Yorkshire puddings

I have recently moved to Castle Rock,Colorado. We are at an altitude of 6300. I have made Yorkshire Puddings my whole live with no problem. Small ones, big ones, hundreds of them,, light, airy, crispy and high. Then we moved to Colorado and they are like hockey pucks. What is the secret to get the perfect Yorkshire here at altitude. Please help me

Heather A
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Heather A. December 17, 2020
New question please. Does anyone have a recipe for Scottish shortbread at altitude? Again I would appreciate any help
 
Heather A. December 17, 2020
New question please. Does anyone have a recipe for Scottish shortbread at altitude?
 
HalfPint December 16, 2020
Here's a guide for adjusting baking at high elevation: https://www.wheatmontana.com/content/high-altitude-baking-how-make-your-recipes-work-mountains

 
Heather A. December 16, 2020
I was more looking for a tried and tested recipe I could use not one that I have to try and test myself. It could take many many attempts before it’s right. I need so help please
 
HalfPint December 17, 2020
I saw quite a few recipes when I searched for "Yorkshire pudding at high altitude". Here is the top search result: https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/member/views/yorkshire-pudding-for-high-altitudes-53068691
 
HalfPint December 17, 2020
Here's one from The Denver Post:
https://www.denverpost.com/2008/12/22/this-treat-comes-just-once-a-year/

My money's on this one.
 
Heather A. December 17, 2020
Thank you. I will try this one this weekend
 
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