Aebleskiver (Danish Pancakes) - Phase 3

I ran across these in Instagram, and when I showed my husband how delicious they looked, he said I needed to make them. I ordered the pan (link below) and looked up recipes. The recipe is very similar to my Waffle recipe, so I was familiar with the technique. 

I will say, it takes a bit of practice to flip these. Traditionally, a knitting needle is used, but I only crochet, so I used a metal skewer. There are videos on YouTube that show the technique. I found that letting them cook quite a bit before flipping made it easier. And if you are feeding a crowd, get more than one pan! 

Next time, I will fill with jam or cashew butter or even just berries. They will be even more delicious!

Note: I have not used store bought vegan butter and I am not sure how it melts or will work to grease the pan. I have only used my recipe for Vegan Butter. If you do not have it, use any FMD approved oil.

Phase 3
Makes 16 servings

1 1/4 cups sprouted wheat flour
1/2 cup sorghum flour
1/4 cup tapioca flour
2 cups almond milk
1/4 cup melted vegan butter (see my recipe on the blog)
2 egg yolks
2 egg whites
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp xanthan gum
1T powdered xylitol
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp lemon juice

Heat up your pan on a burner set on medium heat. 
Add lemon juice to almond milk in a glass or jar. Let sit for 10 minutes. 

Beat egg whites until very stiff- set aside.

In another bowl, mix everything but the flour together, add flour and stir just until combined. Gently fold in egg whites until almost smooth. 

Brush each cup in the pan with vegan butter. Add a spoonful of batter- to almost fill each cup. Let cook until you see bubbles around the edges. Use a wooden or metal skewer or chopstick to turn each one and finish cooking for another couple of minutes. 

If you want to add filling, fill the cups about 1/4 full, add a tiny bit of jam or nut butter or mashed fruit, then fill the cup to almost full. Cook as instructed above.

Serve with fruit compote and other components of P3 breakfast.

Here is the pan I use: (this is an affiliate link- I get a tiny percentage when you purchase, at no cost to you)

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