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Buy Danish Ebleskiver Pan - Make Danish Pancakes

Updated on May 31, 2010

If you are looking specifically to buy a Danish Ebleskiver Pan or are just looking for something different to cook for your family, traditional round Danish pancakes pastries are a wonderful treat for anyone as a dessert or snack.

These Danish pancakes made in the ebleskiver cast iron pan are similar to american pancakes or popovers. Traditionally served in Denmark as treats in the winter, but not commonly served for breakfast except in american cultures. How you make them and when you serve them is entirely up to you. Ebleskivers aka Danish pancakes make an excellent treat that can be made quickly while entertaining guests or for a family holiday get together.

How To Make Ebleskiver Danish Pancakes

You can use any pancake or waffle mix and still have satisfactory results but for a traditional recipe you can try this Ebleskiver pancake recipe.

  • 2 eggs (separate whites and yolks) both will be used
  • 2 cups wheat flour
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tbs sugar
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 4 tbs melted butter
  • 2 cups buttermilk
  • 2 tsp butter in each cup

In a mixing bowl, beat egg whites with a mixer until a stiff peak forms. In a seperate mixing bowl combine flour, salt, baking powder, egg yolks, sugar, melted butter and buttermilk until smooth. Add egg whites last and gently fold in.

Add 2 tsp of butter into each pan cup in the ebleskiver pan. Scoop into each cup about 2 tbs of batter. When they start to get bubbly at the edges, turn quickly. A crotchet hook or knitting needle works well for this but any finely pointed kitchen instrument will work. Keep turning to resist burning. Remove from heat when done place on cooking rack or paper towel on tray.

Add powdered sugar, jelly, fresh fruit, or chocolate sauce before serving your Danish pancakes.


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      xriotdotbiz 8 years ago

      Denny's has started serving something they call Pancake Puppies, something like a cross between pancakes and hush puppies. After reading this and watching the video I wonder if they are simply serving Ebleskivers and renamed them?