BM #86 Week 1 Day 1 -

Traditionally in Denmark, Aebleskivers served as dessert pancakes and are sphere shaped. These are supposed to be sweeter than pancakes, also known as pancake puffs. 

All this about Aebleskivers is because my theme for this week is to highlight a few Scandinavian recipes.

I felt that these are cousins of our very own Unniappam or thiyya ponganalu. My little one sprinkled cinnamon sugar on top and enjoyed them with syrup.

Ingredients - 

Whole Wheat Flour 3/4 cup
All Purpose Flour 1/4 cup
Salt couple pinches
Baking Powder 1 tsp
Greek Yogurt (I used sweetened Key Lime flavor ) 1/2 cup
Milk 3/4 cup
Sugar 1 Tbsp or more
Oil 1 Tbsp + more for cooking



Method Of Preparation -


In a mixing bowl, whisk the flours, salt and baking powder.

In another bowl, whisk Greek yogurt, milk, sugar and oil.

Pour the wet ingredients into the flour mixture and gently mix until well combined. (The consistency of the batter should be slightly thicker than the pancake batter).



On low to medium heat, spray oil in the slots of the aebleskiver pan. After the oil is sizzling hot, gently pour a tablespoon of the batter in each slot. Cover and allow them to cook.

After a couple of minutes, gently run a spoon along the edges of the aebleskiver and flip them. Remove them after a minute or so. Continue with the rest of the batter.

Serve them warm with maple syrup or honey. [The adults at home enjoyed with some peanut chutney :)]


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Preparation Time 15-20 minutes
Makes 22-24

11 comments

  1. Wow those are perfectly made Aebleskiver👌🏻 Love this healthy version with wheat flour.. want them some right now 😀

     
  2. Low calorie desserts are always welcome and you have made the Aebleskiver beautifully .

     
  3. Priya Suresh Says:
  4. Dangerously addictive aebleskiver, and simply love the addition of the wheat flour here, i can finish those cuties anytime without any guilt.

     
  5. Srivalli Says:
  6. Yup I felt the same too when I was reading about these recipes..you got them done so well!

     
  7. Rafeeda AR Says:
  8. This is a hot seller here at every other fair, drizzled with Nutella or Lotus and gulped down! Love the eggless version, especially with the whole wheat addition making it healthier...

     
  9. Jyoti Babel Says:
  10. oh. they look great. Good to see that it is an eggless recipe. I will try it for my LO

     
  11. Sapana Behl Says:
  12. They are almost like sweet paniyaram. They would make a nice and filling snack for tea time.

     
  13. Like Sapana said I exactly thought about paniyaram as soon as I saw clicks. Looks very easy to make recipe.

     
  14. Pavani N Says:
  15. Wow, love these soft and fluffy Aebliskivers. My kids LOVED them. Cinnamon sugar on top sounds yumm!!

     
  16. Ritu Tangri Says:
  17. Now I have another use of paniyaram pan to make these sweet paniyaram alike Aebliskiver(difficult to pronounce ;)

     
  18. preeti gupta Says:
  19. Looks amazing rexipe..

     
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