This is a recipe and method I posted on Mennonite Girls Can Cook a while back and I wanted to have the post here on my personal blog, too. Just recently, on the Great British Baking Show these were a technical challenge for the bakers.
We first enjoyed these novel pancake balls when we visited the picturesque Danish village of Solvang, California. My husband bought his own pan to make them at home before we were married. We still have that pan.
The next time we make them we will experiment with our own flour mix instead of using Bisquick but for now here is the Bisquick recipe. We are also going to try putting in an apple filling which is a little trickier next time, too.
- 5 eggs, separated
- 2 cups Bisquick baking mix
- 3/4 cup milk
- Confectioners Sugar (Icing Sugar)
- Fruit Syrup or Maple Syrup (optional)
- Separate your eggs.
- Beat egg whites in large bowl on high speed until stiff; set aside.
- Blend egg yolks, baking mix and milk in mixing bowl on low speed. Fold egg yolk mixture into beaten egg whites.
- Butter each cup in Aebleskiver pan. Heat pan over medium heat.
- Fill cups 2/3 full with batter.
- Cook until bubbly; turn carefully with small spatula or fork. Cook other side until golden brown.
- While warm, sprinkle with sugar.
- Serve with applesauce and syrup if you desire.
Notes: You can try turning them with a chopstick or wooden skewer if the fork or spatula don’t work for you. Next time we thought it would be nice to add a little vanilla and or sugar to the batter.
…no Hodgepodge tomorrow. I know some of you really enjoy the Wednesday Hodgepodge but Joyce is taking this week off and we’ll have to wait till next week for some new questions. In the meantime you can click over to Mennonite Girls Can Cook for a Yogurt Pancake Recipe I posted today.
Since we don’t have our regular Hodgepodge Questions why don’t you answer these next 4 random questions in comments.
Now here are my 4 random questions:
1. God has decided to send you on a Mission trip, where are you going and why?
2. You have a free afternoon to read uninterrupted. Where would you choose to read?
3. If you were stuck in an elevator for over an hour what music would you want playing while you were stuck?
4. You have to travel from the west coast to the east coast of your country, what 5 cities would you want to spend time in?
I’ll post my answers tomorrow.
We have sunshine today. I’m hoping to get out into it.
On Saturday morning when I was catching up on visiting blogs I saw the cookies that Lorrie made with a recipe she posted. Lorrie’s blog is called Fabric Paper Thread. I checked my cupboards and was pleased to see I had all the ingredients I needed for the recipe. Dear and I enjoyed the finished product. When Josh and Laura were here on Sunday they enjoyed them, too. Click over to Lorrie’s to see the recipe. I put mine too close to each other on the cookie sheet. They still taste great! Lorrie’s look perfect!
Lorrie describes them well, “I like them because they are assertively ginger-flavoured and are crisp and snappy, but can soften to chewiness over time.”
Happy Monday to you.
Tuesday of this week is Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday for our friends across the Pond and Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday for some in the U.S.A. Wednesday is Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s day lands on this day this year. That’s a cruel calendar joke if you are giving up sweets or sugar for Lent.
My Christmas poinsettia that I bought for ninety seven cents after Christmas is now a Valentine’s day poinsettia with the glittery hearts I added to it. It’s holding up with no help from me.
I brought out the red and pink for Valentine’s day and I am ignoring the purple/green/yellow of Mardi Gras. I’m considering making a good batch of pancakes for Shrove Tuesday joining our friends across the pond for Pancake Tuesday.
Pigs in a blanket for Shrove Tuesday?
Or Potato Pancakes? I’ll probably try some yogurt pancakes because I got a free tub of plain yogurt this week.
No heart shaped box of chocolates this year but I will buy a couple bags of chocolates for our small group who will be gathering here on Valentine’s day evening. We gave them the option to cancel but no one had plans so we are forging ahead with the group gathering.
The vintage Valentine’s are the best…do you agree?
I haven’t decided if I’ll set something aside for Lent this year. I will do some reading and listening to devotionals that prepare my heart and mind for this Lenten season culminating with Easter.
Head over to the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog for my Ground Chicken Chili recipe.
Wednesday morning dawned with no constraints and a promise of no rain. I picked up Katie at 9:34 and we drove to a park in Seattle that we had not been to before.
We parked and headed down the trail at Carkeek Park that would eventually take us to the waterfront on Puget Sound.
This reflection in the huge puddle had to be memorialized. It’s been raining a lot in the Seattle area.
When we hit the end of the trail this bridge took us up and over the railroad tracks to the waters edge.
Don’t disturb resting seal pups! We did see one seal in the Sound coming up every so often and diving again but no seal pups were resting on the shore.
This seagull was enjoying a rest.
Interesting clouds forming over the Olympic mountain range.
Back to the car we stopped to take a shot of this stone bridge covered in moss and ferns. Seems like we should see a woodland faerie.
We left Carkeek and drove to Ballard stopping at the famous Larsen’s Bakery. We bought some sweet and savory treats and then headed to Golden Gardens.
This stand of trees on the shore of Puget Sound made us park the car and come closer.
We drove away from Golden Gardens through Shilshole Bay waterfront and up into historic Ballard along the Ballard Locks. Getting back to Katie and Andrew’s we passed through Ballard, Greenwood, and of course Sand Point pointing at several restaurants we’d want to try.
Speaking of food, I posted my mom’s recipe for Goluptsi (stuffed cabbage rolls) on the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog. Click over to get the recipe.
Happy Birthday to our dear daughter Katie. So thankful that God surprised us with a little girl.
The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you;
the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.
Click over to the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog to get the easy recipe for this tasty appetizer. A good addition to your New Year’s Eve festivities or game day.
It’s still a little messy around here but we are enjoying running water and a cook top again. The backsplash should all be on the wall sometime later today and then tomorrow or Monday the grouting can be done. It’s nice to know that for sure it will all be done well before Christmas.
Our little Addy is enjoying new foods introduced into her diet. Our DIL sent us this latest photo. It makes me smile. She’s eating pumpkin, chicken, and pear. Jamie makes Addy’s food instead of using overly processed baby food from the store.
Last night we had a little birthday party dinner for our Daughter in law/love, Laura. We enjoyed Lovella’s Cocktail Sausage Wreath as an appetizer and it was a big hit! I’m going to make it again on Wednesday for our Small Group Christmas gathering. Click on Lovella’s name to head over to Mennonite Girls Can Cook to see the method.
I’m learning so many new things from my SIL Kelly’s Advent in Art series. Today is Day 2 Mosaic in Chora Church, Turkey. I’m getting an art history lesson that I’ve never had before.
Happy first Advent weekend everyone!