Thursday, January 19, 2012

Danish Pancakes

Our kids LOVE these Danish Aebleskivers(aka danish puffy fried cakes). I picked up this pan awhile back in a cooking store(but you could buy them here) and it has added much pleasure to our morning breakfasts'.

After making the batter(recipe at the end of post), coat the pan with nonstick spray then pour into each cup of the pan. Fill only half full. If there's too much it will be doughy in the middle. Keep your pan at a lower tempature to cook.

Wait until it bubbles on the top, then you can flip it over.

Flip over the "aebleskiver" with a skewer stick(I found this out to be the best tool).

Our kids dip them in different syrups and jam. You could also sprinkle them with powered sugar.

2 cups flour
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. baking soda
2 cups buttermilk or whole milk
3 eggs separated
Combine the flour, salt and soda. Add milk and egg yolks. Beat egg whites until light and fluffy. Gently fold egg into the batter. Grease each cup(i do it every time so they don't stick) with spray vegetable oil. Cook until golden brown on each side.



  1. What an amazing blog you have here :)
    I love that you're making æbleskiver - they're not for breakfast though.. We eat them like a snack only in December when we celebrate Christmas!

  2. My husband is a pancake/waffle/breakfast food fiend! - I'm sure he'd love these. Thanks for sharing. And I just discovered your blog - thank you for all of the fun ideas! Best of luck to you and your sweet fam. :-)


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