Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The weekend and Ebleskivers...

This weekend we attended soccer games, football games, had sleepovers,
hung out with great friends and Sunday we made a delicious breakfast..
The recipe comes from Jason's danish heritage and it is SO delicious!
The recipe is at the end of this post, because once you try these, you will LOVE them!

You cut up any fruit you want to put in the center-
bananas are my kids favorite-

Cover the fruit up with the batter-

Let them cook for a few moments-

Turn them over and let the other side cook-

Sprinkle with powdered sugar and WHALAH!
The most scrumptious, delicious breakfast ever!

Danish Ebleskivers-

4 eggs, seperated
1 Tb. Sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp. baking powder
2 cups flour
1/4 C. melted shortening
2 Cups Milk

Beat egg yolks, add sugar. Sift together dry ingredients and add alternately with shortening and milk.
Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake in Ebleskiver pan, medium heat. Pour 1/2 Tablespoon batter in each circle, place some pieces of fruit on top of batter and pour remaining batter on top of the fruit. Cook until golden on bottom and ready to turn. Turn and cook other side until golden.


Shauna_Rae said...

Stephen's mom gave me the pan and recipe when we got married. However she didn't give that little wooden turner that I see in your pictures, thus I always have burned fingers when I'm done making them.

ALSO, I had never heard of putting fruit inside of them. We just do the homemade Buttermilk Syrup on top. I'm going to have to try the fruit!

AND your weekend looked like mine - games and sleepovers. My kids LOVE both of those! I think it's because they both involve friends.

RaCHeL said...

What a fun filled & busy weekend. Yum! We love those too. They turned out perfect!

Valeri said...

Oh my gosh, those look good! Thanks for sharing!