Ebleskivers happen to be my husbands favorite breakfast.


Understanding that they are a bit time consuming to make, my husband usually only requests that I make them for him a couple times a year. One of these special occasions that he asks that I make them for him is his birthday. Ebleskivers really are quite delicious and well worth the effort to make. The kids think they are sooo fun since they are the shape and size of golf balls.


6 Eggs

1/2 tsp Salt

1 1/2 tsp Baking Powder

1/4 C Sugar

1 tsp Baking Soda

1/4 tsp Nutmeg

2 C Buttermilk

2 C Flour



Ebleskiver pan

Beat egg whites with sugar until stiff and then set aside.Beat egg yolks until lemon color. Add baking powder, soda, nutmeg, buttermilk, salt and flour.Fold in beaten egg whites.

Heat the Ebleskiver pan on medium heat just like a griddle and drop a little butter in each hole (I usually just spray with coconut oil.)

Drop enough batter to fill 3/4 of the hole and then cook until browned. Take a fork or spoon and gently hook the side and flip over.

You can eat them many ways, but our favorite is sprinkled with powder sugar and dipped in syrup.


What is your Favorite way to eat your Ebleskiver?


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