Danish Pancake Balls (Aebleskiver)

  • Tanya11 Posted: 11/13/08
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    These were very delicious. I tried to use the jam filling but it did not work, the jam seaped out the side. I am a novice at this so that may be the reason. I chose to not fill the other batches and they were delicious!!!! Thanks for sharing!

  • lavendergirl Posted: 07/06/09
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    Wonderful recipe. turned out great! thank you.

  • eyemadeaydin Posted: 02/01/10
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    This recipe made me love my Ebelskiver pan!!! Easy Easy Easy and without whipping the whites separately. Will make again and again!

  • Camille522 Posted: 03/17/11
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    This is the easiest recipe for Aebleskiver that I have seen. It is delicious. I made my first batch after receiving my Aebleskiver pan in the mail this morning. I used the non-stick Norpro caste aluminum pan and this recipe. I filled them with strawberry jelly and sprinkled them with powdered sugar before serving them. I did use the cardamon in the recipe and they were so good that I ate four of them. This recipe made 14 aebleskiver. I might add a 1/2 tsp of Vanilla next time. They kind of taste like a donut hole. I will make again and tell my friends and family about this recipe.

  • LVanakin Posted: 07/02/11
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    The best recipe for these I've found...so much better than the Williams Sonoma mix...

  • Noorae Posted: 11/21/11
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    horrible horrible stuffs. tastes like bread. cinnamon flavored bread

  • alarienne Posted: 02/20/12
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    This was delicious. We ate the cinnamon version with raspberry jam and powdered sugar. With my pan, the recipe made about 30 balls.

  • KiwiCitrus Posted: 07/13/12
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    These were fantastic! So glad I bought the special pan. I put a tablespoon of batter into each divet, then a pitted cherry, and about a half a tablespoon more of batter to over the cherry, then cooked as directed (flipping). They turned out wonderfully -light, fluffy, a sweet enough that I didn't even use syrup.


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