ebelskiver

Jan 17, 2011 by

ebelskiver, how do i love thee?  let me count the ways: sausage, peanut butter, nutella, cinnamon bun…. bran gave me an ebelskiver pan for Christmas this year.  ebelskiver is basically a filled pancake.  what you decide to fill it with is what really makes it great.  you can go the hearty route, with sausage, eggs, bacon… or you can go the sweet route with pb, nutella, or cinnamon.  there is no wrong way to fill an ebelskiver.  williams-sonoma’s website has 20 different ebelskiver recipes, and i plan on trying all of them.  their cinnamon bun ebelskiver recipe is included below. for the pancakes:  (half this recipe for two) 2 c flour 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 1 tbsp sugar 4 eggs, separated 2 c buttermilk 4 tbsp butter, melted fillings: peanut butter nutella jelly mini...

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pop-tarts

May 9, 2010 by

bran sent me a link to this blog the other day.  i immediately fell in love.  it’s so cool to find another person who appreciates putting time into something that may be considered easy.   it’s so simple to run out to the store and buy a box of pop-tarts, but it’s so much cooler, tastier and healthier to make them on your own! so i notified tom that i could make pop-tarts from scratch.  he had a reaction much like the blogger’s husband… “you can do what?!?”  next time, i’m planning on making a double (or triple batch) and freezing them to bake them when i want to. so without further adieu, homemade pop-tarts. 🙂 pastry: 2 c all-purpose flour (substitute with whole-wheat for a slightly healthier version.) 1 tbsp sugar 1 tsp...

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