Do You Know What This Is For? Special Gift Awaiting…

Do you know what this is for?

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I’m planning a special give away around Valentine’s Day!

Those who participate have a chance to win a special gift!

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20 thoughts on “Do You Know What This Is For? Special Gift Awaiting…

  1. Its and ableskiver pan.
    Used to make the most amazing puffy pancake/creampuff like pastries.
    Typically served with a buttercream and cream cheese dip.
    YUMMY! But I haven’t yet developed a gluten free version, I do however have the pan

  2. It is an aebleskiver pan
    If anyone DOES come up with a wheat free/sugar free (tho agave is ok) recipe, I would LOVE to have it.
    My son is a diabetic and wheat free.

  3. It’s whatever you want to call it, and the use of it varies based on your ethnicity and your creativity. In US, I can think it will be used to make fried egg, the one that is selling in McDonald, i.e. egg mac muffin.

    • Thank you everyone for your answers! I’m so amazed by everyone’s imagination, and all the possibilities!
      What do you think? Do you agree with someone else, or how would you use it?

      (Jean said it makes “pancake/creampuff like pastry”. Making creampuffs in it may be nice too… 🙂

  4. I’m so glad to see a couple people interested in a gluten-free version of aebleskiver. We have been working on packaging one, and it will be available soon! Just finishing up the packaging, etc.

    • Hey, hey, hey, Chad,
      Don’t give away too much yet! I haven’t revealed what it is… and many people have giving us many creative ideas to use the pan!

      I will definitely try yaki-onigiri, and maybe even meatballs???
      some potato gratin would be nice to make in it too…

  5. Dear Skiver Santa,
    It is an Æbleskiver Pan, for making round Danish Pancakes…

    I think it would be great to have this specialty pan because because our group of friends is getting back to basics and doing more at home themed dinners then heading out to more expensive establishments. We have had a fondue night, chili bar, make your own pizza, and it would be just as fun to have an Æbleskiver night.

    Thanks Mari for the review and contest.

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