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This is by far the best æbleskiver recipe I've made. I have already been through four other recipes (not boxed either). All of them had either been too thin or didn't allow me to get the insides cooked through without being dry. I would highly suggest anyone that is new to making æbleskiver to try this recipe out. I also like the fact that it doesn't have buttermilk, so I can make this anytime I want without running to the store because I don't keep buttermilk on hand. This recipe easily doubles and is very simple, I even had our daughter help out with mixing it up. So simple, so easy, and they cook up like a dream. Thank you so much for posting, this is a keeper and will be passed down in our family for sure!

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Smilyn March 29, 2014

This recipe is amazing!!!!! My husband does not like pancakes so I wanted to try something new and he loved it!! Would definitely recommend this to everyone! Also, if you have a cake pop maker it is so much easier just pour and cook :)

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LucyA64 December 25, 2012

This recipe starts off by getting 5* for the pan seasoning instructions alone. I bought a pan from the thrift store without even knowing what it was used for. Eventually I found out, but the ZWT 6 gave me a good excuse to use it. I'm glad I did because these little puffs are so flavorful. I loved the cardamom in them and although mine were far from perfect looking, they sure tasted good. Made by a fellow Unruly.

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cookiedog June 05, 2010

Excellent, detailed instructions to get the ball shape. I love the cardamon flavour. I used saskatoon preserves for the jam filling. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Lille August 11, 2011
Aebleskiver (Danish Pancake Balls)