"I remember these from a cooking class in Junior High School. This recipe was found on the net and is posted by request-but I can tell you these are good. You will need the Aebleskiver pan to do this."
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Ready In:
35 balls




  • In a medium bowl beat the egg whites to stiff peaks form, set aside.
  • In a large bowl beat yolks and sugar until well blended.
  • Add all remaining ingredients except whites and beat until smooth.
  • Fold in whites until well blended.
  • Heat your greased aebleskiver pan over medium heat.
  • Its ready when drops of water sizzle.
  • Fill each cup with about 1 T.
  • of batter.
  • Cook 2 to 3 minutes on one side, flip and cook 2 to 3 minutes on the other.
  • Both sides should be golden brown and a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean.
  • Roll in powdered sugar and serve with jam if desired.

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  1. I have been searching the web everywhere for this receipe. It is a favorite from my school days, something we loved to have on a special occasion. Takes a little bit of work to make. Good to stick jam in the middle before turning to cook on the other side.
  2. I purchased the pan for these years ago but never made them, so glad I found this recipe and it was easier than I thought. Enjoyed by young and old alike. Served with warm maple syrup on the side for dunking. YUM!!!
  3. i accidentally forgot to add my yolks back in, also i used pam no stick spray to prepare the pan. if you use a shish ka bob stick to turn they work perfectly.i also used splenda instead of the sugar. mine came out very tasty and fluffy!! the first batch i tried adding jam before i flipped them and it was a big sticky mess.thank you so much for the recipe!! terri
  4. Very good recipe. Easy and wonderfully good on a Christmas AM. If you are looking for a traditional Aebelskiver recipe, this is it.
  5. I recently bought a 2nd hand aebleskiver pan and wanted to make some. I didn't realize they wouldn't be very sweet. I ended up using apple sauce to serve with them and also a side of maple syrup. They remind me of pancakes, only round. The recipe came out perfect, but I may play with it a little to make them a bit sweeter next time even though my 'sweeter' version may not be authenticly Danish.



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