*Finally, the winners of the giveaway! Here they are chosen by random.org…if you are a winner, email me at [email protected] by Friday to claim your prize and I’ll get it sent off to you ASAP!

#117: Carrie who said “I would top them with chocolate frosting. And strawberries.”
#290: Kate C. who said “Homemade crushed pineapple syrup.”
#316: Kate who said “i don’t think you can beat a little melted butter and homemade syrup!”
#680: Becky who said “Oh yum! I would go with bananas and Nutella, plus a little (or a lot!) whipped cream.”
#783: Jen who said “Sweetened cream cheese, macerated strawberries, and coconut!”
#1127: Jesica who said “My favorite topping would be strawberries and nutella with maybe a little maple syrup drizzled over the top!! They sound divine and I would love to win an ebelskiver pan to try them out!! Thank you for sharing!!”
#1171: Emily who said “My mom always put her homemade applesauce in the middle when she made them for us, but I think I’d have to change tradition and make them with strawberries and nutella. I just realized that my kids have never had ebelskivers–what kind of mom am I?”
#1185: Amanda_AB who said: “Blueberries and peaches”
#1374: Erin who said: “Raspberries and Nutella!”
#1399: Megan who said: “You had me at Nutella! Pair it with berries and powdered sugar – yum! Would love to win a pan, I fell in love with ebelskivers when we had them at a bed and breakfast a couple years ago.”

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If you’ve found your way here (from the Ebelskiver How-To) then yay for you! Because you have a chance to win one of TEN ebelskiver pans I’m giving away today.

Now here’s the deal. I love me some ebelskivers. And I’m fairly set in my ways. I’ve been using the same two cast iron ebelskiver pans and the same knitting needle (or a pair of metal chopsticks if I get all wild and crazy) for the past 11 years and I can’t say enough about the pans that I have.
cast iron pan

The key to the cast iron pan working to create perfect ebelskivers is for it to be properly seasoned. There are lots of articles and how-to’s online to do this so I won’t go into that, but if you win one of these cast iron pans (or buy one on your own), promise me with all your heart and soul you will season it. And then you’ll be good to go. Also, take care to dry it completely before storing it so it doesn’t rust and I always give it a light rub with oil before putting it away inside a ziploc bag in the cupboard.

Most of the reviews on Amazon are positive for the cast iron ebelskiver pans. The negative reviews consist of people who say everything sticks (and I’m betting they didn’t follow the season-your-cast-iron-pan-lecture) or that the cups are too small. Some people only flip ebelskivers once – like a pancake (but in the round cups). I don’t make them like that. I can see if you did want to do that then the size of this ebelskiver pan would be too small but the way I make them, turning them often to create a fluffy ball of ebelskiver, works magically well with the cast iron pan.

Here’s another cast iron ebelskiver pan (Camp Chef brand) that looks to be a bit wider on the bottom and generally just a tad bigger than my favorites. Can you tell that I’m a fan of the cast iron variety of pans?
ebelskiver pan

Recently (or fairly recently) there have been a few larger, nonstick pans come on the market. This one has pretty high reviews on Amazon and it looks to be a bit larger than the one I have (both the cup size and in diameter).
nonstick pan

I don’t think the ebelskivers themselves need to be larger but I can see how the nonstick coating would appeal to many. The only caution I’d give is to be careful not to scratch it up as you are turning the ebelskivers with your old knitting needle (might need to use a silicone type tool here). Since I have neither seen this pan in real life nor used it, I’m not giving any of these away today but if you are in the market to buy an ebelskiver pan, your research might lead you this direction.

Ok, here’s the deal. To enter the giveaway, leave ONE comment on this post telling me what would be your ideal topping for ebelskivers. Hands down mine is strawberries, nutella and whipped cream. Because I’m ultra-healthy like that.

I’ll announce winners in a few days! Love ya!

Giveaway sponsored by me.

1,498 Responses to Ebelskiver Pan Giveaway! {CONTEST NOW CLOSED!!}

  1. Nikelle says:

    These were a family tradition growing up and it was always my favorite to break them apart and dip them in homemade raspberry jam! I love them!

  2. Melissa S. says:

    Raspberries and chocolate with a light dusting of powdered sugar. Yum!

  3. Mike says:

    Raspberries and homemade coconut syrup.

  4. Cortnie says:

    Fresh blackberries and raspberries!

  5. Melinda says:

    Blueberries, nutella, and home made whip cream. Yum! I can’t wait to make these!

  6. Lori says:

    I loves strawberries, bananas and nutella!

  7. Megan says:

    Fresh strawberries

  8. Jolene Meyer says:

    Fresh fruit and whipping cream for me! I would also throw some nutella on there too!

  9. Jenica Ostler says:

    I’m with you! Nutella and Strawberries for sure!!

  10. Ela D. says:

    I’ve never had these but they look divine! I think I would attempt to put Nutella inside them and then put strawberries and whipped cream on top… Yum!

  11. Annie B says:

    I’ve never had these before, but what breakfast food doesn’t taste fantastic with strawberries and whipped cream!

  12. Kate says:

    Your way sounds divine. I think I’d go for fresh whipped cream and strawberries, but really…so many ideas are in the comments that make me go “yum.”

  13. Nichole says:

    lemon juice and powdered sugar!

  14. Allison says:

    Turtle! Ice cream, caramel, chocolate and pecans!

  15. ElizTwelve says:

    Chocolate and strawberries

  16. KC says:

    I love them with powdered sugar and homemade strawberry jam!

  17. Mary says:

    These look so yummy. The strawberries, Nutella and whipped cream would be
    a winner in our house. My special needs son would love them!

  18. HeatherMarie says:

    Fresh bacon crumbles and maple syrup, yum!

  19. Jamie says:

    I love the same toppings as you! I want my kids to think I am magical, making puffy puffs:)

  20. Holly Barnhart says:

    I have been wanting one of these pans since I got married! We used to have them for breakfast on Christmas morning!!! Yum!

  21. Valerie says:

    I lived in Denmark for a time and ate many of these delicious babies! I need to make some of my own! Favorite topping…I’m going with the traditional jam

  22. Tammy says:

    Lots of mangos, blueberries and whipping cream.

  23. Addie says:

    Peaches and homemade whipped cream and then some more with nutella and bananas- mmmmmmm

  24. Valerie says:

    I lived in Denmark for a time, and loved these babies! I have been wanti

  25. sharonjo says:

    I’ve never tried them, but I think blueberries and freshly whipped cream would be tasty. Thanks so much!

  26. Shawna Redford says:

    It’s hard to resist Nutella but we would also try a crepe filling that we love. It has cream cheese, whipped cream and some powdered sugar all mixed together. Add strawberries and bananas or blueberries and it could give Nutella a run for its money…for a little while at least ;)

  27. Kathy says:

    Butter and real maple syrup!

  28. Jessica says:

    Loads of butter, cinnamon and sugar. Yum!

  29. Tamara says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream!

  30. Liz says:

    Chocolate fudge and cherries. Thanks for the giveaway.

  31. Natalie says:

    I hope I’m not too late— nutella. always.

  32. Jenn says:

    I’m a huge fan of strawberries and whipped cream myself! Powdered sugar sounds delicious too!

  33. Melissa says:

    I would love try them with nutella or maple syrup and powdered sugar. Thanks for the chance to win, they look delicious.

  34. jweed says:

    homemade apple pie filling or nutella. mmmmm! we are long-time aebleskiver makers in this house!

  35. Kaitlin Sickle says:

    Berries.. and nutella!

  36. Jenn says:

    Honey butter with whipped cream and toasted pecans. Mmmmm!

  37. Cassidy says:

    We like them with just a little bit of powdered sugar, but you can also never go wrong with a fwe home canned peaches!

  38. Amy says:

    Strawberries, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.

  39. Rachael K says:

    I had never heard of these before! I imagine they would be amazing with strawberries and whipped cream.

  40. Amy G. says:

    Fresh strawberries and blueberries with whipped cream– yum!

  41. Alisha says:

    Hmmm … we’ll have to experiment. I see lots of fruit variation possibilities. I love banana & peanut butter so I’ll have to figure out something.

  42. breanne says:

    Cinnamon and warmed apples with whipped cream

  43. kensi says:

    Strawberries and cream cheese!! Yummy!

  44. Home,ads strawberry jam, fresh blueberries, and whipped cream! Yum!

  45. Andrea says:

    Dude. These things look amazeballs. I would eat them with a hat, I would eat them with a cat. I would eat them in a train. I would eat them in the rain.

  46. Deanna from N. Logan says:

    I apologize for a second comment, but I forgot to mention one of my favorite toppings! Try sprinkling with powdered sugar, cover with applesauce and then maple syrup! To die for!!!

  47. Pat O'Hara says:

    This idea comes from an old Washington Post recipe topping for French toast…sliced bananas, ricotta sweetened with powdered sugar and almond extract, and toasted slivered almonds. It is the best!

  48. Jennifer Watson says:

    Peaches and bananas drizzled with a bit of homemade maple syrup. Yum

  49. tk says:

    maple syrup and fresh blueberries

  50. Abby says:

    Fresh peaches and sweetened whipped cream. Yum!

  51. Deborah says:

    Strawberries and whip cream sound the best. But I think I’ll try blueberries too!

  52. Natalie says:

    Nutella, a whole lot of Nutella :)

  53. Liz says:

    Caramel and apples sound good to me.

  54. Jennie says:

    Cinnamon sugar sounds great to me!

  55. Sandra says:

    mine is strawberries with real whipped crème!

  56. Celeste dodge says:

    Bananas and chocolate!

  57. Sang says:

    Stuff with cream cheese, top with mixed berries and whipped cream!!

    Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  58. Aaron says:

    Peanut butter and bananas!

  59. Deb Ebner says:

    Bananas, pure maple syrup, and whipped cream!

  60. Alycia says:

    I think I’d keep it simple and try them with blueberry syrup

  61. synita says:

    strawberries and cream

  62. Julie says:

    Homemade lemon curd and strawberries would be yummy in these!

  63. Hilary says:

    I love ebelskivers with chunky homemade applesauce! Mmmm!

  64. Sondra says:

    Strawberries, bananas and whipped cream.

  65. Anne says:

    I’m thinking cinnamon apples and homemade caramel. Or peanut butter syrup with bananas. Looks delicious!

  66. Natalie C says:

    Strawberries & Powdered Sugar! PS – my family has known Dan & Marilyn for decades :)

  67. Liz says:

    Butter, apples with cinnamon.

  68. Luda says:

    I am with you on the Nuttella and the strawberries. WHAT could be better???

  69. Amanda says:

    I love mine plain, but a little powdered sugar goes a long way!

  70. Marisa says:

    I’d love to top them with strawberries and bananas. Yum!!

  71. Angel S. says:

    I think strawberries and chocolate!

  72. Theresa says:

    I think I’d like the strawberries, nutella and whipped cream, but I might sub in my grandma’s hot fudge sauce for the nutella sometimes! Sounds delish!

  73. Staci says:

    Can’t go wrong with chocolate!!!

  74. Sara says:

    Homemade raspberry jam!

  75. Jenny says:

    Oh yum! I’d LOVE to try some of these! I’d def top mine with strawberries and whipped cream!! Mmmmmm…. Thank you for the opportunity!

  76. Joyce says:

    Never made these before. But I’d imagine these would go well with bananas and nutella… or umm.. peaches and whipped cream

  77. Miquelle says:

    We like to stuff our ebelskiver’s… the best is ham and cheese!

  78. Cecily says:

    Growing up, my mom always made a butter syrup for these golden balls, but I would think mini scoops of ice cream with buttermilk syrup would be divine! Then I could eat them for the meal and the dessert.

  79. KJerst says:

    I think the gingerbread creame they use from Wafels and Dinges truck would taste amazing!

  80. sf11 says:

    Nutella or powdered sugar!

  81. sandee says:

    Peaches and cream

  82. Amanda Porter says:

    I’ve always wanted to try these! I think the strawberry/nutella/cream combo sounds amazing- of course! We also really like banana with nutella. My kids are wary, though, and might need to go the reg syrup route at first.

  83. Diane says:

    Home made jam and a sprinkle of powder sugar… Yum

  84. Robin Cloud says:

    I’m Going to be trying these tomorrow morning. . I’ve got the recipe and borrowing a pan, the non-stick one.
    I was wanting to know if piping a filing into them works well?. I’m not sure of the textureof the bread. . Also we are using raisins, and just rolling them in regular sugar. . Wish me luck.. !

  85. Kathy Pressley Dills says:

    ohhhh man I missed it….: (((((

  86. Liz King says:

    I had ebelskivers for the first time over the holidays while staying at my sister’s home in Michigan. Her husband made them with marshmallows mixed in the batter and then sprinkled powered surgar on top before serving. The 5 year old, 9 year old and all the adults visiting over the holidays raved about them. We had my poor brother-in-law stuck in the kitchen most of the morning making the entire family ebelskivers. Poor guy. I think he would truly appreciate another pan and hopefully I can surprise him with it for introducing us all to ebelskivers.

  87. Hello! I have never made these but we are a big fan of beignets, pancakes, crepes, waffles, etc, so I know we would love this yummy treat too. Am I too late to enter for pan give away? I will be hitting BB&B in search of one in the next day or so once this N.Va. snow and ice gets a little less dangerous :) Thank you for letting me know if I can still be a winner…I am going to read your info. on the diff. types right now so if I do have to go buy it I get a good one! Thank you for your help and new yummy treat idea!!!

  88. Jan says:

    I think walnuts and caramel would be awesome!

  89. Kathy Edwards says:

    Just found your sight because of a spot on The Chew today about ebleskivers. I was looking for recipes and came upon your site. The pan giveaway had me all excited, then I saw it said the contest was closed. Then there was more which made me think you were doing the contest again…so I am confused! I would REALLY love to win one of these pans and try these…I have never had them and I am older than dirt! The possibilities are endless, but I would probably use bananas and Nutella with whipped topping on the first batch. If this contest is current…or if not now, but you do it again…please consider this as my entry! I want one of those pans!!! ( And I LOVE cast iron!!! I also know how to season it as well…so that would not be a problem. )

  90. Joanna Newman says:

    We collect and do the majority of our cooking in cast iron. I’m so interested in this pan. I’m thinking my favorite topping would be raspberries and cream. (Might add a dollop of cool whip and drizzle of chocolate, or sprinkle mini chocolate chips on top).

  91. Elizabeth Davis says:

    Saw pan display at local Normana Hall on Swedish Pancake Saturday. Did my research and now I want to join the Ebelskiver Frenzy so I can make some tasty memories for my grandkids.

  92. richard says:

    how do I enter for a free pan?

  93. Debra says:

    I had them for the first time a week ago on my 35 Anniversary weekend, and just loved them! I make a killer raspberry armaretto sauce that would be fantastic with them with homemade whipped cream and sliced almonds,YUM!!!

  94. KEVIN says:

    never had them before but they sound great. My favorite to try on these would be cinimon syrup with fresh peaches.

  95. Jean says:

    I would make a simple syrup of equal parts water to sugar, add sliced peaches or sliced mango or perhaps cut up rhubarb and let it thicken slightly; add that as a topping over the ebelskivers with a light dusting of powder sugar. Can’t wait to do that.

  96. Dianne Rivera says:

    I can hardly wait to make these, but I need to know the best way to freeze thee leftovers, please!

  97. Michele inabinet says:

    I will be getting a cast iron one and
    Fresh peaches and sliced almonds w/ cream cheese

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