Ebelskivers – Danish pancakes

BM #114 : Week 2, Day 2
Theme : Brighten Your Breakfast

I had completely forgotten about ebelskivers I used to make for my son’s lunchbox until I saw this picture in my photo archives. There was a point of time when I used to make these regularly, especially the ones filled with jam inside. The biggest plus is that it doesn’t need a side dish since it has jam inside, thus making it perfect for the lunch box.

I usually use pancake batter to make ebelskivers and in this particular instance, I remember that I was half way through making pancakes and suddenly decided to make some ebelskivers too.

The internet tells me that this Danish delicacy is served as a dessert or a snack or a breakfast snack or even a holiday treat, but at my place, this is mostly a breakfast treat. Usually a weekend brunch.

Instead of filling it with jam, you can add some Nutella or even some chocolate chips. That would ensure a chocolate treat for you :-).

Read on for the recipe. The batter is a pancake batter recipe from All Recipes.

Ingredients:

  • 1½ cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 egg, at room temperature
  • 1 1/4 cups milk, at room temperature
  • 3 tablespoons melted butter
  • Jam of your choice
  • Butter/ghee for brushing the pan

Method:

  1. Mix the dry ingredients in a pan. Whisk well.
  2. Beat the egg well in another bowl, add the melted butter and the milk. Mix well. It’s important that the milk is at room temperature, else the butter will solidify.
  3. Combine the dry and wet ingredients, mix until smooth. The batter is ready.
  4. Heat an aebelskiver pan or paniyaram pan. Once the pan is hot, add a little butter/ghee into each of the “wells” in the pan.
  5. Using a tablespoon, carefully add the batter into each mold, filling it half way through. Add a spoon of jam on top of the batter and fill it rest of the way with the batter.
  6. Wait for the bottom to cook completely, slowly using two spoons or forks or skewers, flip it so that the top can cook as well.
  7. Remove from pan and repeat with the rest of the batter.

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5 thoughts on “Ebelskivers – Danish pancakes

  1. Rafeeda - The Big Sweet Tooth says:

    My girls would really love these! I have been seeing these online all the time, don’t know why never tried them. They look so puffed up and spongy…

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  2. vaishalisabnani says:

    Wow! I am not a breakfast person, but if someone serves me such a fantastic breakfast , I would surely gobble it down especially if it’s with Nutella or chocolate . Absolutely soft, spongy and fabulous .

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