This is the last recipe I have for our pancake mix! And it's pretty good. A lot of work I thought, more work that I'm willing to put into an everyday meal. . . .but it would be a good 'special occasion' meal.
Grab these things:
- pancake mix
Then add the water, pancake mix, and melted butter.
While you're mixing that, beat the egg whites until stiff
The gently fold them into the batter. Take your aebleskiver pan(I had to borrow my parents) and melt some butter in each pocket.
Then add your batter (I used about 2 Tbsp in each pocket)
after about 2 minutes, it should be bubbly, and set around the edges. This is where I thought it was too much work. You're supposed to turn it 1/4 a turn, every 30 seconds. (!!!!!) because this cast iron wasn't seasoned very well, they kind of stuck. I ended up using a knife to loosen the edges and turning them completely over. It was just easier that way!
Sprinkle them with some powdered sugar and serve like pancakes!
K-girl ate about 10 of these, it was a little ridiculous I thought. That was on of the things I didn't like about making these, is I felt I spent most of the time in the kitchen turning these guys over, while my family just ate them faster than I could make them.
Next time, I'm going to try a tiny bit of apple pie filling in them, by putting 1 Tbsp batter, the pie filling, then cover it up. Or shredded apples would be great in them as well!
- 2 eggs, separated
- 1 1/2 cups pancake mix
- 1 cup water
- 2 Tbsp melted butter
- butter for frying