Recipe by Jim White
"These are a light Danish-style pancake that will require an ebelskiver cast iron pan. Serve warm with melted butter. Can be rolled into powdered sugar or filled with a berry filling."
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melted butter, or as needed
Definitely a decent recipe, but I prefer my ebelskivers to be less dense and a bit lighter. I thought they would be with the whipped egg whites, but they were still pretty heavy. My hubby thought they were yummy and I did, too. Just not exactly what I was looking for. Also - the recipe makes WAY more than 7 pancakes. It's a huge amount of batter that would feed at least 5 people.
I usually need to add extra milk to thin down the batter.
This was ok. When they talk about a serving they must mean 6-7 of those little guys each serving. I halfed the recipe and it still made a lot. Don't over fill the little bowls. Don't get the pan to hot. I think this needs to be sweeter so I added peach jam in the center of each one. Some I did cooked apples. Then dust with power sugar. I need to find another use for this pan or I am going to get rid of it. This was a lot of work for an ok dish. Maybe an appetizer will be better.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 109
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