Danish Aebleskiver (Ebleskiver) Pancake Puff Pan Aluminum

SKU: TN3113

It's easy to make your own aebleskiver (Danish filled pancake puffs) with this aebleskiver pan!

If you can make pancakes, you can make aebleskiver with this pan.

  • Simple recipe--like pancake batter with egg whites folded in.
  • Fill with fruit or cream cheese--even meats--or serve plain.
  • Turn in the pan with toothpicks, a fork, or skewers.
  • Total cook time is only 2 1/2 minutes.
  • Great for summertime cooking--pastries without the oven.

This quality cast aluminum, aebleskiver pan will last a lifetime.

  • Heavy cast aluminum will not break, rust, or warp.
  • Black, easy-grip handle will not get hot and burn your hand.
  • Quality nonstick surface.
  • Steel reinforced handle will not come loose.
  • Cook seven aebleskiver at a time.
  • Stovetop pastries in minutes--no need to heat the oven.

Baker's notes:

These filled pancakes are not too sweet. In most recipes, there is little or no sugar in the batter. The filling and a dusting of powdered sugar add enough sweetener.

For soft fillings such as jams, whipped toppings, and marshmallow cream, you can use a decorating set or pastry bag. Just insert a star or tube tip and press.

Aebleskiver are great little Danish pastries--pancake puffs--that you can make in a few minutes on your stovetop. You'll love aebleskiver pancake puffs with jam fillings and cream cheese fillings.


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Margaret Thibodeau

Danish Aebleskiver (Ebleskiver) Pancake Puff Pan Aluminum


It's a great pan. Cleans up easily and nothing sticks to it.


Bought this much more expensive pancake puff (Eng translation) pan because some reviews indicate iron or discount puff pans stick. 99% of the many puffs I made for my family worked! Very easy. Got the spiral bound AEbelskiver recipe book and also used web "fast" pancake recipes. Great every time! Put 1/2 pat of butter or similar in each well, had no sticking puffs and the pan cleaned up in seconds. Only gripe, besides price, is that the bottom of the pan is not flat. It is nearly impossible to use on my gas burner. I did a batch on the burner and several on a plug in griddle I had. Need 400 degrees on the griddle to get the pan hot enough because it is fairly thick (good thing). Overall, get what you pay for--much more pleased with this more expensive puff pan than I think I would have been if I got a cheaper TV version that isn't truly No-stick.