Aaron has been doing his share of cooking and baking at the beach.
I got one of these pans for Christmas. I love it, especially since my husband has been the one using it the most. I just get to eat the yummy results.Have you tried filling them with anything?
yummm, maybe u can make takoyaki with those pan!
I bought one of those, and have yet to actually use it - it scares me.
Is this the pancake maker from William & Sonoma? I've been eyeing it and want to put it on my birthday wish list. How do you like using yours?
haha, how funny that you know it as Swedish pancakes. Here in Denmark the "æbleskiver" (apple slices, for some reason!?) which they are called here (the pan is a "æbleskivepande") are a traditional treat during December, served either plain with jam or sugar or sometimes filled with prunes, but nothing of the sorts I've seem they are filled with in America (I think we'd see it as almost sacrilegious to do that! *lol*). :o)http://da.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%86bleskiver
aliann - yeah we have filled them with chocolate, raspberry jam and blueberry reduction. Yum!Linda - it's the same thing as William Sonoma but Aaron found it cheaper somewhere else. They are sooo good, but they take awhile to make. Bettina - you are right, I mean to say Danish pancakes!