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Aunt Else’s Aebleskiver Starter Kit Giveaway

February 16, 2010


My fellow blogger Mari Suzuki, at is hosting “Aunt Else’s Aebleskiver Starter Kit Giveaway Town Call this Thursday, February 18th at 9pm CT.  I’ve signed up for the call and am looking forward to learning more about Aebleskivers.

From Aunt Else’s web site: Aebleskivers are “a traditional Danish spherical pastry, somewhat similar in taste and texture to an American pancake, but light and fluffy like a popover.”

Danish pastries…yum for sure.  But you can also make them savory – like filling Aebleskivers with beans!

Aebelskiver Pan and Abelskiver Mix

Aebelskiver Pan and Abelskiver Mix

Here’s Mari’s Message:
Aunt Else’s Aebleskiver Starter Kit (Pan, mix, turner and handle hot pad) Value $52.99.

Come join the call and find out more about these tasty and fun treats, chance to win the kit, and more!

The space is limited, so sign up now and get the call in number while this is still fresh in your memory.

As soon as you confirm your registration, you will get the call in info via email.

Here are the  Aebleskiver Giveaway Details (and how to increase the chance of winning)

Feel free to invite your friends and family who love tasty and fun food.

Hope you can make it!


Learn more about Aebleskivers from Aunt Else’s video.  I think my kids would be impressed if they saw me doing this!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. February 16, 2010 9:22 pm

    Thank you for posting! Yes, your kids will be very impressed, and they may want to try to make some on their own too!

    I think your sweet black bean filling will go well with these as well. : ) gotta try in mine soon.

  2. Kathy permalink
    February 17, 2010 4:31 am

    Being Danish, I think it is SO funny to see Æbleskiver on a US website 🙂

    I think you should cook æbleskiver the way you want, but just for the record, a Dane would NEVER make a savoury type æbleskive. Ususally, it is baked with no filling and served with icing sugar and strawberry preserve. Drink coffee or glögg (warm wine with spices) with it, and you have a traditional “meal” served during the month of December in Denmark.


  3. February 17, 2010 12:59 pm

    The Danes have done a very good job keeping these delicious little treats a secret! I also think that glogg would be wondeful when drank when anything!
    Danish-Americans make aebleskiver any time of the year, and as noted above there has been a lot of innovating of aebleskiver. Taking inspiration from Asian dishes similar to aebleskiver, I’m really fascinated and obsessed with savory aebleskiver! So delish! That being said, I always have my last aebleskiver with a little jam! So maybe I haven’t really strayed that far!
    Hope to see you all on the call tomorrow night! Thanks for adding to the discussion, this is great!

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