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Old 04-20-2010, 11:34 AM
Location: South Bay Native
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...and we loved them! I hadn't had any since my last trip to Solvang, which was back in the late 80s. Now I have my own pan and can make them in the comfort of my own home.

I was unaware that basically any quickbread, muffin, pancake, etc. recipe works with this. I had a cranberry-orange quickbread mix that I used to make the aebleskiver, and we rolled the finished ones in powdered sugar.

I can't wait to try this out again - the kids are asking me when I'm going to make the "donut balls" again. I have a blueberry muffin mix that I'm planning to use this weekend.

Is anyone else familiar with this lovely Danish treat? I'd love to hear some alternate ideas if anyone has them. Here's a short and well produced clip on how to make them:

YouTube - How to make round aebleskiver (Danish pancakes)
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