*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.

1,504 Responses to Ebelskiver Pan Giveaway! {CONTEST NOW CLOSED!!}

  1. Leigh Piscitelli says:

    I’ve never tasted ebelskivers but I’m so looking forward too if I’m a lucky winner! I would have to say that I would prefer powdered sugar with a dipping of syrup on the side.

  2. Jennifer L. says:

    Lingonberry jelly and cream cheese! Since I’m a knitter, I already have lots of “turners”! And I was taught to cook using cast ironware so… Thanks for the contest! ☺

  3. ada jorgenson says:

    My g’ma always had apricot jam for our topping. I set out whipped cream also when I make them.

  4. Zina says:

    My son was a missionary in Denmark many years ago and came home with a pan and the recipe. We have loved them. He puts in half the batter then adds homemade jam or fruit then the rest of the batter. He cooks them then sprinkles them with icing sugar or whipped cream. Delicious!

  5. Joy says:

    These have been a tradition in our family for forty years. I received my skeeber pan from my mother-n-law who was 1/2 Danish. She made these for her family and each child got a pan when they married. We have these at Christmas, along with link sausages and/or bacon. My family puts sausages inside along with special ($$)syrup, or peanut-butter, or butter and apple sauce or ??. Mom said whatever sounds good will work as they’ve eaten them when just about anything you can think of. They’re good for dessert or breakfast or stuff them w/ sausage for more of a meal. Can be frozen …if you have left overs. But suggest you fill them w/ some kind of filling before freezing, as they flatten when thawed. Don’t store them longer than a few months,(if someone finds them before then there still good). 🙂

  6. Michele inabinet says:

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

  7. Dianne Rivera says:

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

    • Joy says:

      We make this at Christmas…usually there are no leftovers. But if you were to freeze them, you’d see they flatten out after they thaw. So you’d want to fill them with something like peanut butter & ? , or some jelly. Have heard you can buy small ones in Cosco, that have a whipped filling. For thawing: allow them to become somewhat soft, at room temp. but do not reheat. Enjoy!

  8. 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.

  9. KEVIN says:

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

  10. 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!!!

  11. richard says:

    how do I enter for a free pan?

  12. 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.

  13. 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).

  14. 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. )

  15. Jan says:

    I think walnuts and caramel would be awesome!

  16. 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!!!

  17. 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.

  18. Kathy Pressley Dills says:

    ohhhh man I missed it….: (((((

  19. 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.. !

  20. Diane says:

    Home made jam and a sprinkle of powder sugar… Yum

  21. 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.

  22. sandee says:

    Peaches and cream

  23. sf11 says:

    Nutella or powdered sugar!

  24. KJerst says:

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

  25. 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.

  26. Miquelle says:

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

  27. Joyce says:

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

  28. 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!

  29. Sara says:

    Homemade raspberry jam!

  30. Staci says:

    Can’t go wrong with chocolate!!!

  31. 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!

  32. Angel S. says:

    I think strawberries and chocolate!

  33. Marisa says:

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

  34. Amanda says:

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

  35. Luda says:

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

  36. Liz says:

    Butter, apples with cinnamon.

  37. Natalie C says:

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

  38. Anne says:

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

  39. Sondra says:

    Strawberries, bananas and whipped cream.

  40. Hilary says:

    I love ebelskivers with chunky homemade applesauce! Mmmm!

  41. Julie says:

    Homemade lemon curd and strawberries would be yummy in these!

  42. synita says:

    strawberries and cream

  43. Alycia says:

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

  44. Deb Ebner says:

    Bananas, pure maple syrup, and whipped cream!

  45. Aaron says:

    Peanut butter and bananas!

  46. Sang says:

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

    Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  47. Celeste dodge says:

    Bananas and chocolate!

  48. Sandra says:

    mine is strawberries with real whipped crème!

  49. Jennie says:

    Cinnamon sugar sounds great to me!

  50. Liz says:

    Caramel and apples sound good to me.

  51. Natalie says:

    Nutella, a whole lot of Nutella 🙂

  52. Deborah says:

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

  53. Abby says:

    Fresh peaches and sweetened whipped cream. Yum!

  54. tk says:

    maple syrup and fresh blueberries

  55. Jennifer Watson says:

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

  56. 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!

  57. 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!!!

  58. 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.

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

  60. kensi says:

    Strawberries and cream cheese!! Yummy!

  61. breanne says:

    Cinnamon and warmed apples with whipped cream

  62. 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.

  63. Amy G. says:

    Fresh strawberries and blueberries with whipped cream– yum!

  64. Rachael K says:

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

  65. Amy says:

    Strawberries, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.

  66. 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!

  67. Jenn says:

    Honey butter with whipped cream and toasted pecans. Mmmmm!

  68. Kaitlin Sickle says:

    Berries.. and nutella!

  69. jweed says:

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

  70. Melissa says:

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

  71. Jenn says:

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

  72. Natalie says:

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

  73. Liz says:

    Chocolate fudge and cherries. Thanks for the giveaway.

  74. Kathy says:

    Butter and real maple syrup!

  75. Tamara says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream!

  76. Jessica says:

    Loads of butter, cinnamon and sugar. Yum!

  77. 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 😉

  78. sharonjo says:

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

  79. Valerie says:

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

  80. Addie says:

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

  81. Tammy says:

    Lots of mangos, blueberries and whipping cream.

  82. 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

  83. 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!

  84. Jamie says:

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

  85. HeatherMarie says:

    Fresh bacon crumbles and maple syrup, yum!

  86. 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!

  87. KC says:

    I love them with powdered sugar and homemade strawberry jam!

  88. ElizTwelve says:

    Chocolate and strawberries

  89. Allison says:

    Turtle! Ice cream, caramel, chocolate and pecans!

  90. Nichole says:

    lemon juice and powdered sugar!

  91. 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.”

  92. Annie B says:

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

  93. 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!

  94. Jenica Ostler says:

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

  95. Jolene Meyer says:

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

  96. Megan says:

    Fresh strawberries

  97. Lori says:

    I loves strawberries, bananas and nutella!

  98. Melinda says:

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

  99. Cortnie says:

    Fresh blackberries and raspberries!

  100. Mike says:

    Raspberries and homemade coconut syrup.

  101. Melissa S. says:

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

  102. 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!

  103. Mary Karlee says:

    How about curry powder. Not really, just trying to be original.

  104. Megan says:

    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.

  105. Stacy Cardon says:

    Strawberries, whipped cream, and biscoff spread would be good.

  106. Jennifer says:

    I have wanted to make these for a few years but never have. I think I would choose maple syrup and/or powdered sugar. Thanks for posting about them.

  107. Deanna from N. Logan says:

    Oh my goodness! Ebelskivers are to die for with fresh made Buttermilk syrup, but I know that I would also love them with Nutella!!! What a fantastic offer to have a chance to win a perfect Ebelskiver pan! Thanks.

  108. Julie says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream – yum!

  109. Karla M says:

    Fresh freezer jam and powdered sugar 🙂 Maybe some syrup or nutella 🙂

  110. Catherine says:

    Strawberries and pure maple syrup!

  111. Susan says:

    Any fresh fruit and whipped cream. Am also thinking these would be good rolled in cinnamon sugar.

  112. Rebecca Heller says:

    Cinnamon and sugar 🙂

  113. Monica says:

    Some sort of chocolate sauce would have to be involved. Yum!

  114. Erica says:

    Lingonberry jam, which is how I ate them when I visited Denmark!

  115. Brenna says:

    I would dust them in powdered sugar and top them with some of the blackberries growing in my backyard!

  116. Nicci says:

    Blueberry compote and a dusting of powdered sugar. Yum!

  117. Carolee says:

    I would buy the 11 pound jar of Nutella I recently saw at Costco. (I know, crazy, ELEVEN pounds of Nutella!) Then I’d eat nothing but ebelskievers, Nutella and strawberries for the rest of my life.

  118. Adrienne says:

    Strawberries and chocolate!

  119. Liz says:

    Butterscotch and walnuts.

  120. Armella says:

    I would use strawberries, powder sugar and whip cream/

  121. [email protected] says:

    I have to say blueberries. My grandma just passed away in May, and she always filled them with blueberries. They were a special treat we got only at grandma’s. I miss her!

  122. Naomi says:

    Nutella a d drizzled peanut butter!! These are awesome

  123. Camila says:

    There’s this cream cheese mixture used for local pastries called “quesitos” that sounds absolutely delicious as a filling. I’d also drizzle some warm chocolate syrup and have some vanilla ice cream on the side. Surely, that’s the stuff dreams are made of. 🙂

  124. Sorina K says:

    I’m going with you on this one…what can beat Nutella, strawberries and cream???

  125. Gen Aragon says:

    We have the same taste! Whipped Cream, Nutella and strawberries. Oh how my kids would love this! 🙂

  126. Sarah M. says:

    I would have to do a side of fried apples with mine.

  127. Trina H says:

    I am Australian so a huge fan of the Princess Mary of Denmark (she is Australian born) and would love to try anything Danish. I can see this with vanilla icecream and chocolate sauce with sprinkles for the kids and crushed nuts for Mum & Dad.

  128. JOYCE says:

    I love these little guys. i grew up on these. My grandfather is from Denmark so we have made it a tradition. I have only had them with maple syrup but would like to try them with other things. Awesome

  129. Erin says:

    Raspberries and Nutella!

  130. jan says:

    load mine up with berries… strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and drizzled with chocolate and toped with whipped cream.

  131. Vergel says:

    I had these when I was in Sweden never knew how they made them but they sure are good.

  132. Shanna says:

    Ooh, Nutella with strawberries or lemon curd with raspberries! So yummy!

  133. Vanessa says:

    For sure my homemade cinnamon syrup and some powdered sugar. But of course strawberries and fresh whipped cream with vanilla bean would be great!

  134. Brooke says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream

  135. Melissa R. says:

    I’m going to have to agree with you…nutella, strawberries and whipped cream. That is healthy isn’t it?

  136. meghann says:

    something sweet!!

  137. Emily says:

    Nutella, peanut butter and bananas!

  138. Lucy says:

    I can’t get the delicious-looking picture from your post our of my head. I’m going to have to go with strawberries, nutella and whipped cream!

  139. Jamie says:

    I would love me some Nutella, Strawberries, and a little drizzle of caramel sauce! Mmm mmm good.

  140. Cameron says:

    Some kind of cinnamon-sugar-pecans-caramel-saucy-brown-sugary mess on top sounds perfect to me.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  141. Monica says:

    How about the warm vanilla sauce from your rhubarb cake and a bit of cream?

  142. Callie says:

    Berries and cream, or maybe peanut butter and chocolate.

  143. Katy says:

    Fresh strawberries for sure!

  144. Nic says:

    I’ve only ever had powdered sugar – I cannot believe I didn’t even think of Nutella! That would definitely be my go-to topping!!

  145. Anneka says:

    homemade strawberry jam, strawberries, and whipped cream. Yum!

  146. Mrs. Field says:

    brigham city peaches mixed a little bit of sugar

  147. Melissa says:

    Bananas and Nutella seem Luke awesome toppings

  148. Natalie says:

    Fresh peaches off of my tree with whip cream. (okay, maybe a little homemade peach syrup too)! 😉 Yum!!!

  149. Bethany Frank says:

    I would love to top these with fresh peaches and whipped cream! They look so good!

  150. Alyssa says:

    No doubt – Nutella, strawberries, and whipped cream. YUM!

  151. Ben says:

    Ooh sign me up! Not much is better than good old fashioned maple syrup.

  152. Sharon says:

    Homemade blueberry syrup and whipped cream would be yummy!

  153. I love to put lemon curd inside mine, topped with raspberries and whipped cream! Delicious! Great post! You are AWESOME!

  154. Peg says:

    dark chocolate and caramel–maybe sprinkled with a few pecans

  155. Kelli says:

    I’d smear some crunchy peanut butter on ’em. YUMMY!

  156. Jeana says:

    Powdered sugar, strawberries and a side of syrup.

  157. Kim says:

    I’ve never heard of these before but they look delicious! I’d love to top them with syrup, berries and powdered sugar.

  158. a myers says:

    Strawberries and cream for me please!

  159. Angie S says:

    My mom’s homemade raspberry jam! Y.U.M.!!!

  160. Kristin R. says:

    Oh my goodness, nutella, strawberries and whipped cream sound amazing!

  161. Amy says:

    Hands-down, Nutella MUST be involved. I would either do the strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream thing (you are a woman after my own hear, Mel!), or just some plain Nutella and either my homemade white grape syrup or peach freezer jam. Why, oh, why does Nutella taste SO DARN GOOD???? 🙂 Thanks for the recipe! (and yes, we do ebelskiver ;).

  162. Jonesy says:

    I don’t know if I could wait long enough to top them with anything….

  163. Darlene says:

    Strawberries, Salted Caramel and Whipped Cream.

  164. Katie says:

    I’m right there with you. Nutella, strawberries and whip cream are my absolute favorite toppings on anything!!

  165. Julie r says:

    Absolutely my favorite toppings for all things in the pancake category are warm maple syrup, fresh (in season! Must be in season!) strawberries and a light dusting of powdered sugar. So delicious!

  166. Patricialynn says:

    I think my favorite topping would have to be chocolate and strawberries!

  167. Jen Thayne says:

    Strawberries, bananas, and nutella! SO GOOD! I’m already salivating just thinking about it…

  168. Jared Reynolds says:

    My wife LOVES ebelskievers (as do I)! She’s been wanting a pan like this. I would put blueberries, strawberries, and nutella.

  169. Julia says:

    My dad makes these and I’d love a pan! We serve them with a variety of toppings: apple pie filling and whipped cream, strawberries and whipped cream, butter and powdered sugar, powdered sugar and lemon, peach freezer jam…they are good however you serve them! Thanks for the recipe. I’ll have to try it and see if I like it better than my dad’s!

  170. Janette says:

    Maple syrup, berries and whip cream!!!! (But the cream cheese in the middle idea is intriguing to me too.)

  171. Samantha Bowman says:

    Growing up, my grandparents always made them! We had them whenver they visited (especially at Christmas), and my grandmother would lug that heavy cast iron pan across the country to make sure the tradition lived on! My aunt now has the passed down pan, and I would love one of my own. If I win, I would dip them in cinnamon sugar to bring back the memories of so long ago!

  172. Rebecca Roper says:

    Caramel topping, bananas, and whipped cream sound like a dream breakfast!

  173. Paula Williams says:

    Triple berries with whipped cream!

  174. Marie says:

    I would try maple syrup, then peach syrup, then powdered sugar with fresh lemon juice squeezed onto it.

  175. Kirstin says:

    Straight up butter is always good or my other favorite is cinnamon sugar. YUM! My heritage is Danish and we have family recipes and a couple of pans but my daughter is getting married and I would LOVE if I won one to give to her, thanks!

  176. Helen Sedran says:

    I would like to try a warm cinnamon apple topping with whipped cream.

  177. Heidi says:

    Caramel/Dulce de Leche would be yummy!

  178. Moriah w says:

    Berries and powdered sugar!

  179. Heather says:

    Any sort of fresh fruit and whipped cream!

  180. Melanie says:

    I’d LOVE to give this a try!!

  181. Michelle says:

    I am simple – l’d eat them with maple syrup!

  182. Erin says:

    Wow. Strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream sound amazing!!!

  183. Kim says:

    I’m thinking some sort of apple cinnamon topping would be divine!

  184. Melanie says:

    Nutella and powdered sugar. Can’t go wrong.

  185. Shaela winsor says:

    I wanted to say Greek yogurt to look healthy but truth is I’m gonna top them with pwd sugar and syrup!

  186. Michelle says:

    I’ve never had them, but I bet buttermilk syrup would be really good on them. Because it’s good on just about everything.

  187. northwindmom says:

    I would love them with many fruit toppings that are low on sugar with whipped cream
    Actually PB and dark chocolate sounds great too !

  188. Liz says:

    Apples and cinnamon.

  189. siobhan gregg says:

    Probably some peanut butter, honey, and sliced bananas. Oh and a few chocolate chips for good measure!

  190. Audra says:

    Strawberries and whip cream or snowman syrup!

  191. Krista Krista Koehler says:

    Bananas, fresh whipped cream, and drizzled with chocolate and caramel.

  192. Joyce says:

    Never had aebleskivers, but probably would love them with whipped cream, some fruit and honey or maple syrup!

  193. Tiffany says:

    My favorite way to eat aebelskivers is filled with nutella and coated in powdered sugar. So good! But a close runner-up is coated in cinnamon and sugar. Yum!

  194. becky says:

    I have only (naively) eaten them with syrup!! Wow, a whole new world has just opened up to me!

  195. Laura-Belle says:

    Strawberries and fresh whipped cream sound delectable on those! 🙂

  196. Kaylene P says:

    I would have to go with some sort of chocolate sauce with strawberries and/ or raspberries, dusted with powdered sugar for measure.

  197. Amanda says:

    Any type of fruit topping!

  198. Salem says:

    Yay for another breakfast food. I get so bored! My favorite topping, for pancakes, is vanilla ice cream with a homemade warm berry sauce (think strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries….sorta smashed together in a sauce pan and poured over the ice cream). For these, I’d go with strawberries, blueberries and raspberries with either ice cream or whipped cream. Chocolate or nutella wouldn’t hurt either. Although peanut butter and maple syrup is a close second.

  199. Libby says:

    All the way from Papua Indonesia the Wild family thinks fresh papaya, pineapple and good ol’ maple syrup!

  200. Heather Bologna says:

    I have always wanted to try these! I think I would go for a jelly donut taste – maybe a drizzle of raspberry purée with a dusting of powdered sugar. Yum!

  201. Dlonna says:

    These are a childhood memory for me. My dad would make them on Sunday morning before church. I would love a pan!

  202. Cammee says:

    We make a cinnamon filling and then top it with a cinnamon roll glaze. All fat free and no calories of course. I want to try lemon curd and top with lemon cream (from my favorite dessert) and berries. Mmmmmmm.

  203. Tammy says:

    strawberries, nutella with coconut flakes

  204. Mindy says:

    sweetened cream cheese or nutella–

  205. Jenni says:

    I think a nice lemon sauce is my favorite topping.

  206. Karen says:

    Strawberries, Nutella, and homemade whipped cream. <3 Or, peaches, raspberry sauce, and whipped cream. YUM.

  207. Kara says:

    Strawberry rhubarb jam. Delicious!

  208. Suzanne says:

    Being new to this concept, I think I’d start with powdered sugar or honey. But with the deep nutella crush I have, might have to try a little of that too.

  209. Kiersten says:

    Strawberries and bananas! Yum!

  210. Haley says:

    I’m a simpleton… My favorite is topped with warm butter, maple syrup and a little bit of sugar. Divine!

  211. Barbara says:

    Strawberries & whipped cream. Or blueberries, or lemon curd! I could go on & on!

  212. Jaymi says:

    Blueberry sauce. Although my husband said sausage. Which he thinks goes with everything.

  213. Whitney says:

    I’ve never had one before, but I like your idea of strawberries & Nutella! Yum!

  214. Brittany Bell says:

    Oh gosh! I can only imagine all the possibilities. I would have to say bananas and nutella, or bananas and the bischoff spread….have you tried it? If not, you must. It is magical….like nutella magical.

  215. Carmen says:

    I’d love to try them with raspberries, toasted almonds and whipped cream!

  216. Sunni says:

    Peanut butter on the inside and honey on the outside!!!!!

  217. Jennifer F says:

    Hmmm…. Homemade chocolate sauce and strawberries. Yum! And whipped cream of course!

  218. Jesse Pang says:

    Definitely crunchy peanut butter, a slice of banana, and a good drop of honey!

  219. Jerie H says:

    Maybe with the peanut butter pie filling (Cream cheese, powder sugar and pb) and bananas…

  220. Kimber says:

    me, me , me…..
    pick me

    Never had ’em. They (like everything you make) look amazing!!!!

  221. Andrea says:

    Raspberries, whipped cream & sliced almonds.

  222. Andrea says:

    Raspberries, whipped cream & sliced almonda.

  223. Heidi says:

    Mel- I must say that I just adore you. I talk about you to my husband like you are my dear friend. I love to cook your recipes and do so NUMEROUS times a week. We ate 3 of your recipes at dinner tonight in fact. That Broccoli salad really is the best. I would love this pan and I must say the nutella, strawberries and cream look great! I could also go for a variety of berries with the whipped cream and just a tad bit of real maple syrup. Yum!

  224. Leanna H says:

    Netuella or raspberries and white chocolate.

  225. Julie says:

    Your Nutella, strawberries and whipped cream sounds wonderful! I think I’d like to try them topped with cinnamon sugar and candied walnuts.

  226. Katie F says:

    Yum!! Great post. I would love to top them with peanut butter and bananas. 🙂 I love you too!!

  227. laura h. says:

    Ooooh, now there’s a question. Hmmmm….probably strawberries and whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon. YUM! It’s good on crepes so why not, right?

  228. Katie Slade says:

    Your way sounds awesome! I’ve never had them before but I promise I will make them.

  229. Janeen says:

    I have never heard of these before, but the way you’ve prepared them looks awesome!

  230. Valerie Almeida says:

    fresh blueberries, ginger marmalade and whipped cream……yum

  231. SusieTurner says:

    I would love to try like a homemade apple pie filling with some caramel drizzled on top and maybe some whipped cream for good measure. I can’t help but think of a baked apple pancake.

  232. Christine strong says:

    Mmmmmmmmm…raspberries and whipped crea

  233. Regina P says:

    My topping would be some carmel & powdered sugar 🙂

  234. Jennifer says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream and bananas and melted chocolate and then they’re basically a dessert.

  235. Laura says:

    Lemon curd and blueberries!

  236. Melinda says:

    Ebelskiver Shots! That’s what my family always does – you fill up one hot “pancake ball” with a dollop of sour cream, a little sprinkling of powdered sugar, and a cap-full of lemon juice, and you pop the whole thing in your mouth at once… The facial expressions are priceless!

  237. Melissa says:

    Nutella and strawberries…or maybe blackberry jam.

  238. Kaytie says:

    When visiting my Aunt Ruthie should would always make these for us. Best way to eat them is with butter and dipped in powdered sugar. Yum!

  239. Kristin says:

    Hands down Nutella, but maybe some raspberries?

  240. Erin says:

    These look incredible! I would dunk them in homemade raspberry sauce and homemade whipped cream with a mimosa on the side! Yummy!

  241. Amy says:

    Mini chocolate chips, banana slices, a little nutmeg and cinnamon, and whipped cream.

  242. Kim says:

    Nutella hands down!

  243. Marianne says:

    I think Nutella in the middle with fresh strawberries, and whipped cream on top. I have never heard of these and am excited to try them out. Thanks for the great post.

  244. AJ says:

    Fresh peaches and homemade raspberry jam

  245. Janie says:

    I would top them with anything chocolate!

  246. Amanda says:

    These look awesome! My toppings of choice would be raspberries, Nutella, and whipped cream!

  247. Susan says:

    Apples and cinnamon with caramel sauce on top.

  248. julie good says:

    Mmmmmmm……strawberries and chocolate for sure!

  249. Valerie says:

    I do like the idea of Strawberries and whipped cream but I am on a blueberry kick so I would be tempted to put blueberries and whipped cream on them.

  250. Melenie says:

    Cream cheese and strawberries !

  251. Megan says:

    Nutella, strawberries & bananas with a light dusting of powdered sugar would be delicious! My mom made these when I was a kid & I would love to try and make them myself.

  252. Tamara George says:

    I agree with you. Strawberries and Nutella!

  253. Melanie says:

    I think my ideal is strawberries and whipped cream!

  254. Amy Weaver says:

    strawberries and cream!!

  255. Linda says:

    Simply butter and maple syrup. Sweet and delish!

  256. Rachael says:

    I would love to top them with homemade raspberry jam!

  257. Meghan says:

    Powdered sugar, strawberries (or any fruit) and whipped cream!

  258. Sindy says:

    Berries and cream…..yum!

  259. Lisa says:

    Fresh raspberries from my grandmother’s patch and whipped cream–that brings back memories! Delicioius!

  260. Cherise Neal says:

    My favorite top pin would be raspberries & cool whip. We always thaw frozen raspberries and smash them with a potato masher then top our pancakes with them & it’s to die for. I’m sure it would be even better on your ebelskivers.

  261. Susan says:

    Nutella worth strawberries and walnuts on top… Mmmm and maybe some vanilla bean ice cream.

  262. Bernadette says:

    Never had them but they look so good with the strawberry’s i would try that first.

  263. Jen R says:

    Raspberries and whipped cream. Or caramel. lol

  264. Danny says:

    chocolate & caramel syrup with A TON OF WHIP CREAM. yum…..

  265. Michelle says:

    I am so intrigued…..I have seen the pans for sale in the William Sonoma catalog.
    I would agree with nutella, strawberries, and whipped cream!

  266. KRISTA says:

    Holy cow- Mel! You and your awesomeness never cease to amaze me (and wow my fam!) I’d have to agree with your plan for strawberries, nutella and whipping cream, but I think my husband would be a maple syrup whipping cream kind of guy, and lets face it, my kids would just be down right ecstatic for anything that resembles dessert!

  267. Margaret says:

    Fresh peaches and sweetened whipped cream!

  268. DeRAe says:

    I would love to learn how to make these for my family. I love your web site.

  269. valerie says:

    Blackberry jam!

  270. Susan says:

    We made them decades ago before I learned about Nutella, now one of our food staples, so we just did homemade maple syrup. Now I would vote for Nutella and any fresh fruit.

  271. Nancy says:

    Raspberries and sauce… and maybe some melted chocolate…

  272. Jean says:

    Would love to learn!!!

  273. Linda Kennedy says:

    I just loved eating them warm from the pan with a tiny bit of maple syrup on them, no fork necessary. I haven’t had any in over 20 years and now I am drooling!!!!!

  274. stacy reading says:

    A little peanut butter, blueberries, strawberries or peaches and vanilla yogurt. So yummy!

  275. ashley t. says:

    Cinnamon/Sugar and Vermont Maple Syrup

  276. Brooke says:

    Nutella and whipped cream…no fruit necessary 🙂

  277. Jennifer says:

    I have only had these as a child, a friend’s mother made them for us at sleep-overs…..and they were SOOO good! She served them with powdered sugar…it’s the only topping I have known, but I would love to try more!

  278. Carrie C says:

    I’m with you – strawberries, whipped cream and nutella! Though my kids all think hotdog slices and maple syrup would be great – lol – but then they love hotdog pancakes! 🙂

  279. Brenna says:

    I would keep it simple with a little butter and whipped cream. Yum!!

  280. Rachel says:

    Just Nutella. Lots and lots of Nutella! And maybe some whipped cream for good measure.

  281. Jenn M says:

    I am envisioning a lovely chocolatey peanut butter sauce with some whipped cream!

  282. Natasha says:

    My all time favorite topping is my mom’s buttermilk coconut syrup (it is heavenly!) with fresh strawberries and whipped cream! I’ve never even heard of ebelskivers, but I will definitely be trying them sometime soon! They look delicious!

  283. Deepa says:

    Starwberry ,nutella and whipped cream…. Yummo !!!

  284. n82 says:

    pure maple syrup, whipped cream and raspberries

  285. Cindy says:

    Blueberries and cream, but my two year old son is requesting syrup and sugar.

  286. Cindy says:

    Blueberries, Whipped Cream, and from my two-year old son he’d like sugar and syrup please. 😉

  287. Jan R says:

    Mmmm…I’m thinkin’ blueberrries, some whipped cream. I’d love to have one of these pans…PLEASE!

  288. Bobbie Czajka says:

    I would use one of two fillings: First, bavarian cream. Yum. Second, I make a canoli type thing with cream cheese and powdered sugar inside a quickly fried flour tortilla topped with strawberry sauce. Put all three inside, and awesome.

  289. Connie says:

    I love a mixed berry compote on top, with real whipped cream of course!

  290. Estee says:

    I’ll be exotic and say tahini & date syrup. But in reality, Nutella… yeah…

  291. Stephanie says:

    I’ve never had ebelskiver, but they sound amazing! I’d love to win a pan.

  292. Natalie says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream

  293. Erin says:

    Hmmm maybe peaches and powdered sugar.

  294. Rebecca says:

    I have never had one before but I love chocolate on anything so, chocolate and bananas or chocolate and strawberries or chocolate and peanut butter!! Oh I hope I win, my girls would lovvvve these!!

  295. Nancy says:

    My neighbors made these for us one Christmas when I was a young lass! I was just thinking about these a few weeks ago. Life is strange because I have never seen them since then…boom! Here they are after 30 years!

    Anyway, I would serve them with strawberries and/or blueberries, peanut butter and whipped cream! Thank you so much for the post. It really brings back great memories.

  296. Jessica says:

    I think raspberries would be awesome.

  297. Emma says:

    My family loves ebelskivers! I need a second pan to keep up with my ravenous 6 kids! My fav toppings are strawberries and whipped cream. Sorry, no nutella for this girl!

  298. Julie says:

    I would love them with a Hershey kiss inside and then covered in ganache!

  299. Bonnie says:

    I love all your recipes and had a good time with the different cookie ones recently for a family reunion . We often do waffles for a large gathering…(6 waffle irons) so I would love to do these…never even heard of them before. I would use blueberry, raspberry and plum cooked mixture (thickened with a bit of tapioca and very little sugar) with whipped cream and pure maple syrup.

  300. Allison says:

    You can never go wrong with nutella or fresh whipped cream or real Canadian maple syrop. My husband prefers strawberry jam, the original way I think.

  301. Andrea says:

    Bananas and nutella for sure!

  302. Shari says:

    Strawberries, bananas, blueberries, and a generous dollop of whipped cream. (Love the fruit.) Drizzle chocolate all over and top with a scoop of ice cream. Any kind will do! Yum!!

  303. paul says:

    How about bacon on top?!

  304. I would love to have these with fresh peaches and maple syrup! yum yum

  305. Charee says:

    Spread on some Biscoff for me!! YUM!!

  306. Lana says:

    Forget the berries… Nutella and whipped cream, and lots of it!

  307. Sarah says:

    I eat ice cream on everything 🙂

  308. Sarah says:

    Buttermilk caramel syrup!!!!!!!

  309. Christina says:

    Fresh fruit, a dusting of powder sugar and maple syrup. Yum!

  310. Jana Mae says:

    My family rolls with a whipped honey butter with a sprinkling of nutmeg as a topping – it may not be authentic to our Danish heritage, but it is tasty!

  311. Judy B says:

    I love these little beauties—so tasty with syrup–yum;)

  312. joanne says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream would be amazing on these!

  313. Marissa Rasmussen says:

    My favorite is homemade strawberry jam. We have some friends who have an aebleskiver party every New Year’s morning. If I win I may just have my own aebleskiver party. 🙂

  314. Michelle Davis says:

    I grew up with these too. Love them! We always cooked them with applesauce in the middle and then dipped them in melted butter and rolled in powdered sugar. The Nutella and strawberries looks amazing!

  315. Krystal says:

    Any kind of fresh berry and real whipped cream!

  316. Nicole M says:

    Yum!..Strawberries, Chocolate and Whipped Cream…however, my girls would love your version!

  317. Amanda_AB says:

    Blueberries and peaches

  318. Annie says:

    REAL maple syrup, strawberries, and sweetened whipped cream! This might be my favorite food ever…

  319. Andrea says:

    I’d go for some whipping cream, bananas, and toasted coconut. But the nutella/strawberry/cream combination sounds divine as well!

  320. Emily F says:

    I would probably just do butter and maple syrup. Yum!

  321. Greg T. says:

    Hello from Green Bay!! My stepmother introduced me to the wonders of the Ebelskiver 30+ years ago. All childhood things come around again and I have been cooking them up for our young ones for about 10 years now. Our favorite topping is just a bit of butter, good maple syrup and powdered sugar.

    My recipe is similar to yours except I add a dash of Cardamom or Cinnamon for a bit of flavor. Additionally, I separate the egg whites, beat them stiff and fold them into the batter as my last step.

    My favorite source of all things Ebelskiver (Aebelskiver) is Chef Arne Hansen in Solvang, CA. http://www.aebleskiver.com/index.htm

  322. Shanna says:

    My favorite toppings for sure would be nutella and raspberries! I LOVE those two together. Of course I would have to include the whipped cream! YUM YUM

  323. tonia dosch says:

    Raspberries and whipped cream

  324. Dezi A says:

    I’d have to go with plain ol’ maple syrup. Although your pictures with nutella, strawberries and cream look divine I’m sure I’d try those too.

  325. karen says:

    Sauted peaches and nectarines. I have lots of them coming off right now, and they would be delicious. 😉 Yum!

  326. Sheree says:

    I think sauteed apples with cinnamon sugar and vanilla ice cream would be a good topping!

  327. Angie H says:

    Definitely strawberries and a little bit of powdered sugar. Yum!

  328. Anna says:

    All of the sweet ones sound wonderful. I think it would be fun to try a savory one, maybe Swiss chard and gruyere?

  329. Kaysie says:

    Huckleberry syrup, whipped cream and powdered sugar! Or anything with Chocolate! Thanks!

  330. Lindsay says:

    Definitely nutella and any kind of berry!

  331. Cynthia Birt says:

    Blueberries and whip 🙂

  332. Emily H. says:

    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?

  333. Laurie says:

    Honey orange sauce would be fantastic on this! Yum! Or, even some nutella with honey orange sauce…

  334. Mallory says:

    Cream filling inside and strawberries on top.

  335. Sandra says:

    Definitely strawberries and powdered sugar!

  336. Becky says:

    Lately I’ve loved topping my pancake-esque breakfasts with powdered sugar and a squeeze of fresh lemon. I think I might add strawberries, too!

  337. Jessica says:

    I love these so much! My favorite is with jam and a little powdered sugar!

  338. Beverly B. says:

    How about bananas, dark chocolate, crushed nuts and lots of whipped cream. Sounds yummy!!!

  339. Amy says:

    Definitely berries and whipped cream. Yum!

  340. Gen says:

    I’d probably go with fresh berries and whipped cream.

  341. Amy says:

    Probably close to anything would be yummy on those! I think I would choose fresh peaches with vanilla and cinnamon whipped cream.

  342. Tamara says:

    Oh the possibilities! I think I’m with you – strawberries, nutella, and whipping cream!

  343. Megan says:

    I’d go w Nutella, bananas, and powdered sugar

  344. Katrina says:

    Ebelskivers with buttermilk syrup, and sometimes add banana to that! Although, I agree with you, Nutella and strawberries with cream is heavenly too!

  345. Lisa says:

    Fresh strawberries with sweetened whip cream and just a drizzle of real maple syrup.

  346. Eliza says:

    Hi – I think I would enjoy powdered sugar the most. But my Dad’s homemade maple syrup would also be good. I also wouldn’t turn away whipped cream or nutella!

  347. Cyd says:

    We keep it simple around here…powdered sugar.

  348. Sanetta says:

    I like the sound of lemon mouse, strawberries and a dollop of whipped topping! Oh my goodness, it makes my mouth water…I hope I win!! 🙂

  349. Andrea says:

    I love breakfast food, I NEED to try this!

  350. Liz says:

    Strawberries or raspberries, but I love them all. Thank you.

  351. Roni says:

    I have to go with you Mel, has to be strawberries, nutella and whip cream! YUM!! Never made these or even heard of them! Sounds like fun!

  352. LeeAnn says:

    Strawberries and Cream!

  353. Jennifer says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream. Yum!

  354. Carol says:

    Love learning about something new to eat. Never heard of them or the pan before. Would top them with Nutella, strawberries or whatever happened to be on hand. Thanks for the chance to win!

  355. Deborah says:

    Your favorite of strawberries, nutella, and whipped cream sounds and looks delicious, but I would also like to try lemon curd with blueberries and whipped cream.

  356. Shellie says:

    I’d keep it simple with strawberries, powdered sugar, and whipped cream.

  357. Bonnie says:

    Strawberries and whip cream!!

  358. Kassidy says:

    Strawberries, nutella, and whipped cream sound good to me!

  359. Linda Sherman says:

    I’d make them three different ways.
    1) little bits of bananas and chocolate chips
    2) raspberries and whipped cream.
    3) cinnamon and sugar
    All with maple syrup
    Can’t wait to try these!

  360. Brandy says:

    cinnamon and apple syrup

  361. Roger says:

    First found these in Solvang California over 40 yrs ago. This Danish town sells them from street vendors and small window shops. We have enjoyed them for years.. try them with Huckleberry syrup and whipped cream. Sweet and simple.

  362. Katja says:

    just try them with blueberries, whiped cream and and a tiny dash of egg liqueur (not for kids of course) 🙂

  363. Nicole S. says:

    Nutella and fresh strawberries!

  364. Pam says:

    Oh my! The possibilities are endless. Fresh fruit and whipped cream please.

  365. MDtripmom says:

    Never had these little beauties before but fresh raspberries with a chocolate drizzle on toop sounds mighty tempting!

  366. Holly says:

    Oh the possibilities. I think sautéed apples or pears with cream cheese melted around them sounds good.

  367. Tammy caputo says:

    I know the perfect topping, i have wanted a pan for 14 years. so i have had a lot of time to think about this. I would sauté bananas in butter quickly, then add maple syrup and walnuts or pecans, and pour the deliciousness over the ebelskivers.

  368. Nancy J says:

    Maple syrup sounds good to me, but strawberries, hot fudge and whipped cream would be yummy too!

  369. Alli says:

    Custard! Mmmm. 🙂

  370. Beth Ripplinger says:

    Strawberries, chopped pecans, and ReddiWhip

  371. Catherine says:

    Nutella + fruit + whipped cream = HEAVEN!

  372. Anne says:

    We have enjoyed lemon curd on Dutch Babies recently. I bet it would be amazing to fill these with! I’ve never had an ebelskiver but would love to try them. They are so pretty!

  373. Ann says:

    Juicy strawberries and whipped cream!

  374. KathyM says:

    Any fresh berry in season with freshly made whipped cream.

  375. Jackie lee says:

    Honey-cinnamon butter and a gentle sprinkle of Nutmeg! With fresh sliced bananas on the side! Oh, and of course a steaming mug of coffee or tea and a glass of banana/strawberry juice! Then a short morning snooze on the porch swing!

  376. Liz says:

    I would top them with peanut butter and cinnamon syrup!

  377. Diane says:

    Diced fresh mangos, whipped cream, and a sprinkling of toasted coconut on top would be heaven!!!!

  378. Kesa says:

    Chocolate and strawberries are sounding pretty awesome right now!

  379. Natasha says:

    Definitely strawberries with hot chocolate fudge sauce 🙂

  380. grace says:

    i’ve been coveting one of those pans for about 10 years now…
    my ideal toppings would be melted peanut butter, maple syrup, and whipped cream.

  381. Squeezed lemon juice and powdered sugar! Yummo!

  382. Crissie Roberts says:

    Thanks for the tips! My mom makes them just like you do. I would love to have a cast iron pan. I only have a metal pan and the handle broke off years ago! We like our ebelskivers with Buttermilk Syrup!

  383. kelsey says:

    While in reality I’d probably eat them with fruit and whipped cream the most, I think I’d like to try savory add-ons to really see the possibilities!

  384. Stephanie says:

    I love homemade raspberry freezer jam, so I would try that with my yummy buttercream pancake syrup!

  385. Stacey Roberts says:

    Bananas and chocolate!

  386. Carrie B. says:

    First and foremost I promise to season the pan! My favorite topping would probably be raspberries and whip cream, although I could easily be swayed to try anything with Nutella too. Thank you for your wonderful blog.

  387. Dowhy says:

    I love peaches! And whipped cream! And nutella! And theres’a whole bunch of other toppings I’d love to eat these with 😀 I i have this pan I’ll probably make this a whole 3 batch at a time and try out some topping and fillings combinations. But I’m guessing- good ol’ maple syrup and butter’ll do it for me! And whipped cream, strawberries and nutella sounds incredible too :9

  388. Jill Emett says:

    My grandma was from Sweden and she talked often of abelskevers. I have never eaten one and would love to have a pan and learn to make them. I think I would love them with strawberries and real whipped cream!!

  389. Cyndi says:

    Hands down Nutella and powdered sugar.. My husband would love the strawberries and whip cream, but I am more of a sweets girl!

  390. Paris says:

    To be completely truthful, I’m a bit of an odd duck and would probably go with sprinkling pieces of mild breakfast sausage and/or ham and/or bacon pieces broken up small on top with a nice little puddle of maple syrup for them to float on, because I believe you can never have too much maple syrup.

    That and the maple syrup never stays on the top of my breakfast cake of choice.

    If you haven’t been able to tell, my Daddy raised some heavy meat eaters in my house. XD

  391. Heather says:

    We have ebleskievers every New Years Day. Such a yummy tradition! Your nutella, strawberries and cream sounds wonderful! I love buttermilk syrup, raspberry sauce, butter. Yum!

  392. Vanessa G says:

    Drizzled with a hot fudge sauce and topped with whipped cream!

  393. Betsy Hartmann says:

    My homemade strawberry-rhubarb sauce with fresh whipped cream and powdered sugar.

  394. Sara says:

    Strawberries and caramel syrup sound divine!

  395. Kathryn says:

    Chocolate!

  396. Venessa says:

    Dark chocolate and strawberries sound divine! I’d love to win so I can try these out!

  397. Helen says:

    We like to cook them with different jams, jellies, & pie fillings in the middle …. Delish!! Spriinkled with powdered sugar and whipped cream… I want to try cream cheese in the middle too … I need a pan 🙂

  398. norniea says:

    Homemade whipped cream and a ton of fruit drizzled with chocolate!

  399. Molly Engel says:

    I love love love ebelskivers!! My husband does too! He always gets them at one of our fave restaurants, (it’s the one where we had our first date!) Old European. We do breakfast for dinner, or “brinner” in our house frequently and this sweet little pan would make those nights complete! And if I had my choice? I would drown those babies in Nutella until my heart’s content!!!

  400. Madeline says:

    Hmm, blackberries and sweetened cream cheese sounds good.

  401. Ashlee says:

    Nutella, Nutella, and more Nutella! Heaven bless that deliciousness.

  402. Marie says:

    These look so yummy! I’ve never had them before. I think I’d like to eat them just the way you prepared them in your pictures. Sounds like a delicious combo. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

  403. Emily says:

    Homemade buttermilk syrup and strawberries.

  404. Amanda says:

    I desperately want a cast iron ebelskiever pan! My parents bought one on their honeymoon and we grew up eating them. I still don’t have my own pan! I haven’t given a lot of thought to what I would top them with–but I suddenly got an image of eating them with sausage and syrup. (Maybe even putting a little sausage in the ‘skeiver…)

  405. Katie says:

    Blueberries and whipped cream all the way! You are the best!

  406. joyce says:

    I’m loving your idea of nutella and whipped cream. Yum!!!

  407. AmandaM says:

    It’s a toss up… Nutella or PB with bananas and maybe a little creme fraiche

  408. Rachel Russell says:

    hmm- for a not skilled pancake maker. . I am nervous at this multiple turning-method. . . .- but am game to try! I vote for bananas and Lee Lees chocolate sauce as ultimate topping

  409. sarahw says:

    Maple syrup looks like such a delicious option…yummy!

  410. Erin says:

    Fresh blackberries from the garden made into syrup and whipped cream!

  411. Valynn Melzer says:

    I’m Danish and I would have strawberry jam and whip cream. Yum!

  412. Mickie says:

    Strawberries, Nutella and Whipped Cream you say? I’m in! Ebelskiver me baby!

  413. Julia L. says:

    I think I’d have to follow you with the Nutella and whipped cream. I can also see myself stuffing them with some kind of cheesecake concoction. 🙂
    Thanks for all your giveaways and recipes Mel!

  414. Amy G says:

    I’m with you, definitely strawberries, whipped cream and some type of chocolate..YUM

  415. Michelle E says:

    Fresh whipped cream and strawberries!

  416. Corinne says:

    Homemade syrup, sprinkled with some powdered sugar. Yum!

  417. Debbie says:

    Nutella and bananas! Yum-o!

  418. Sarah L says:

    I’d like to try them with fresh berries and whipped cream.

  419. Jackie says:

    Dulce de Leche, pecans and whip cream!

  420. Joyce Pringle says:

    Oh these look absolutely scrumptious! I would love to have one of these pans to make these delecate looking gems. I think that my favorite would be with a bit of cream cheese tucked inside with a little sprinkle of powdered sugar and a dab of butter, then top them off with blueberries and white chocolate then loads of powdered sugar and blueberry syrup or maple syrup. Oh My Gosh! I can just taste them already! One thing wrong though, I don’t have a pan and hope I win one so I can gain a few more pounds and have the luxury of knowing what heaven would be like. Nice and fluffy and Very satisfying and end with a smile…

  421. Diane Riedel says:

    Fresh raspberries, freshly whipped cream and Nutella. Oh yea!

  422. Tiffany says:

    I would like to try it with peaches and cream!

  423. Candace O'Connor says:

    I would fill the middle with a cinnamon, sugar and cream cheese mixture. Then coat them with cinnamon sugar when finished cooking.

  424. Sally says:

    Chocolate ganache and raspberries! 🙂

  425. Kirsten G says:

    I would top my Ebelskiver with strawberries, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce!

  426. Jeff says:

    I would go with some banana slices, chocolate chips and whipped cream on top of those mountains of goodness!

  427. T.R. says:

    Strawberries in syrup and homemade whip cream. Yummy.

  428. Jack Kamminga says:

    My canned Strawberry/Blueberry Jam with scoop cherry Ice cream, thank you.

  429. Jamie says:

    Strawberries and Hot Fudge!

  430. Deidre Reinhart says:

    mmmmmm…I think I would try bananas and homemade salted caramel sauce or butter with cinnamon and sugar…*mouth watering*

  431. Danielle says:

    Maybe too many summer snow cones inspired the ‘tiger’s blood’ concoction of strawberry puree and coconut buttermilk syrup that we came up with for waffles one Sunday afternoon (yes I agree this is a perfectly acceptable meal for a Sunday afternoon). And if we were feeling extra festive, some toasted coconut and chopped macadamias. Yum.

  432. suzanne says:

    I would pile on strawberries, blueberries and whipped cream….yum.

  433. Sarah VanDeventer says:

    Lemon curd filling would be the best!!! Maybe with some lemon juice and lemon zest on top and a generous dusting of powdered sugar.

  434. Anna H says:

    whipped cream and raspberries

  435. Joyce B. says:

    I would have them with Nutella and fresh fruit and whipped cream. They would be fun to make for the grandkids!

  436. Melissa says:

    Ooh! Definitely blueberries, maybe with a cream cheese something or other.

  437. Cathy says:

    Never had them, even after having lived in Minnesota for 14 years. I must be missing out on something wonderful!! I’m sure my kids would LOVE them. Powdered sugar, strawberries and a touch of chocolate! Maybe just a little syrup to dip them in?

  438. Susanne says:

    We make them at Christmas and my favorite way to eat them is by putting blackberry jam in the middle of them.

  439. Emily C. says:

    yummy buttermilk syrup, of course!

  440. Debra Chilson says:

    Always wanted to try one of these! Would have to soak them in rum sauce then top with whip cream!

  441. Marilee says:

    I couldn’t agree with you more. Strawberries, Nutella & whipped cream is the way to go!

  442. Amanda c says:

    Mm, I would love to try these! I would love maple syrup, cream and berries. And Nutella, of course.

  443. Mollie says:

    Honey, Cinnamon, and then roll those suckers in cornflakes!

  444. Amy Pellitteri says:

    Well, I’ve never heard of these or tried them, but since they are full of carby goodness I’m sure I’d love them 🙂 My topping of choice would probably be strawberries and whipped cream.

  445. Tyshelle says:

    Mmm. Lemon juice with powdered sugar!

  446. padnerual says:

    I’d love fruit and real maple syrup. My kids would probably just go for the syrup. lol

  447. Beth Buster says:

    I think butter and sea salt. I am a purist with my pancakes, so would probably be that way with these as well. However, I have NEVER had an Ebelskiver, so who knows!

  448. Suzanne says:

    I think you just won me over with the Nutella-strawberry combination. YUM. I’ve only had these little bites of deliciousness once so far, and it was with cinnamon and and sugar on them. However, my favorite kind of crepes are nutella-banana ones, so I’m definitely going to have to try the Nutella on ebelskivers idea. Thanks!

  449. Carol says:

    Anything sweet would be great…but if I had to pick it would be banana and nutella–to hearken back to my days in Brazil.

  450. Cheyenne Slivinski says:

    Either strawberries and blueberries OR an apple cinnamon sauce, both with lots of whipped cream.

  451. Mandy says:

    honey pecan cream cheese! mmmmm

  452. Aimee says:

    I think peanut butter, bananas, peanuts, a maple syrup would be lovely!

  453. sarah k says:

    There are so many possible toppings and fillings, whipped cream, maybe a mascarpone
    filling or chocolate, I have seen savory varieties to so I would definitely experiment if I won a ebelskiver pan:)

  454. Rachel says:

    Strawberries with whipped cream or vanilla yogurt. (Greek Gods brand at walmart is insanely delicious)

  455. Stacie D. says:

    Yum! I want mine just like yours–strawberries, Nutella and whipped cream!

  456. Being the daughter of the Dutch oven master, known in three counties for his amazing cobbler, I absolutely adore cast iron and always look to make Dad proud with my cooking. This would be awesome to share! And since blueberry cobbler is my favorite, I’d have to go with blueberry filling with some green yougart. I think the sweet with the tart would be delish! With a dash of powdered sugar. Love it!

  457. Lorie Hainsworth says:

    I’ve never heard of them before and after seeing the picture with Nutella, whipped cream and strawberries, I think those must be the best toppings. But I’d give some buttermilk syrup a try too.

  458. Lauretta Ayers says:

    Fresh blueberries, slightly sweetened and warmed. And a nice glob of softly whipped cream.

  459. Juanita Albright says:

    I have never had an ebelskiver, but I would love to try making them. I love strawberry and Nutella crepes so I am sure that would be my favorite on these delicacies as well.

  460. Rebekah Komada says:

    I’m thinking Turtles! Stuffed with toasted pecans, add some caramel sauce, a drizzle of dark chocolate and to top it off, whipped cream, mmmm, good!

  461. Tiffiny says:

    Favorite topping would be the awesome raspberry sauce I had at a restaurant in Idaho where I first experienced them!

  462. barbara byram says:

    I’m sold on the nutella, strawberries and whipped cream!!

  463. Melissa says:

    Raspberry freezer jam. YUM.

  464. Karen C. says:

    Filled with jam and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Yum!

  465. Elisabeth says:

    Peanut butter and chocolate, though I love the idea of Nutella.

  466. Jeanie Ray says:

    I would mix strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries with a little sugar to make some juice. Then put this on top with some homemade whipped topping!

  467. Sascha says:

    nutella banana

  468. Matt borsheim says:

    Homemade raspberry jam. Done. Yum.

  469. Kirsti M. says:

    My mother is Danish, so I grew up with Ebelskivers for most special occasions. I also know exactly how I like them best: they are *sinfully* good if you fill them with a squirt of homemade caramel right after you pour the batter in the pan. Top with whipped cream. (Calories never count on holidays, right? Right.)

  470. Steven G says:

    Butter and maple syrup with a powdered sugar sprinkle.

  471. Megan says:

    How could anything possibly be better than strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream? You have a winning combination there.

  472. Shannon says:

    My grandma’s lemon syrup and strawberries!
    http://keepanopenmouth.wordpress.com/2013/07/03/lemon-syrup/

    Although I’ve never tried them with Nutella…

  473. Amy Veach says:

    My Granny use to make us ebelskivers as kids! My favorite are the cinnamon/butter inside and to top it off maple syrup and crumbled bacon! Yum!

  474. Heather k Miller says:

    I would be right there with you and the strawberries and whip cream and Nutella!! Thanks!

  475. Kirsten Smith says:

    Yay! I’m so excited you’re doing this because I’ve always wanted to make these!! I love a chocolate cream of some kind, like any kind if it involves chocolate….

  476. Fairlight says:

    strawberries and nutella would be yummy

  477. Erma Yoder says:

    Strawberries and cream or dewy fresh red raspberries in the fall with winter just around the corner, or big juicy blackberries, fresh picked, or luscious ripe peaches. Can you tell I am a fruit nut?

  478. Linda Easley says:

    I would LOVE buttermilk syrup on them!!! Yum!!!

  479. Erma says:

    Nothing can be better than strawberries and whipped cream unless it is dewy red fall raspberries when winter is just around the corner. Or big juicy blackberries, or fresh luscious peaches fresh off the tree. Maybe I mean any fresh fruit that I pick off my plants.

  480. Lisa says:

    Christmas in our (very Danish) household always involves abelskiver with brown sugar whipping cream. Fruit is optional, whipping cream is not.

  481. Hannah says:

    I think I’d start with butter and maple syrup and see where my stomach takes me from there!

  482. Brenda Atchison says:

    Strawberries or boysenberry syrup!

  483. joyce says:

    I would love to win one of these. I would fill them with a mixture of whipped cream cheese, powdered sugar and homemade peach or berry jam. Then on top I would have fresh berries and whipped cream. YUMMMM!!

  484. Heidi says:

    You can never go wrong with Nutella!!

  485. Karen says:

    Raspberry jam that I made yesterday, it’s just waiting for a purpose!

  486. Angela says:

    I like caramel syrup and whipped cream mmmm….

  487. Cara Singer says:

    nutella= yum!

  488. Jennifer B says:

    I love nutella and strawberries, but I also like blueberries, lemon and powdered sugar!!

  489. Laura Bischoff says:

    Homemade whipped cream and strawberries..yummy!!

  490. Brandy says:

    Coconut butter, Nutella, and strawberries!

  491. Jessica K says:

    I would love a mix of blueberries, raspberries, and stawberries. Then top with whipped cream. But I would also try a topping bar to make it really fun for the whole family. My kiddos love topping everything with sprinkles!

  492. Anna says:

    Found your blog today. I’ve never heard of them but am dying to try them now. My mouth is watering just thinking of them topped with strawberries and whipped cream. Yum maybe even get a little crazy and stuff with sweeten cream cheese and drizzled with a little chocolate.

  493. Tanya says:

    I would love just powdered sugar or maybe apples.

  494. Janis says:

    Greek yogurt and berries!!!! Lots and lots of berries. blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries

  495. mandy says:

    Nutella and powdered sugar oh my…strawberries would be nice.

    This looks great.

  496. Heather says:

    strawberries and whip cream looks amazing!!

    Thank you for your site and all you do!!!

  497. Lindsey says:

    Nutella and powdered sugar. And cream. And bananas. Or strawberries.

    But I’ve had ham and cheese ones before that are also delightful, and perhaps just slightly less guilt inducing.

  498. Sheriece says:

    Nutella for sure!!!

  499. Chelsea francis says:

    Oops pushed publish too soon! I would like Nutella and bananas!

  500. Chelsea francis says:

    Ooh pick me!!!

  501. Shannon C says:

    Yum! I would like kiwi, strawberries and melted chocolate!

  502. Angie says:

    Strawberries and chocolate!

  503. Rebecca M says:

    Strawberries and coconut whipped cream… Maybe some toasted coconut too!

  504. Laurie W says:

    These look fun. Everything is better with chocolate syrup and strawberries. My grandson would need whip cream and a cherry.

  505. Court says:

    Stuffed with a little sweetened cream cheese and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar…yum..dessert for breakfast anyone? 🙂

  506. Terri P says:

    I vote for cannoli cream and mini chocolate chips with a dusting of powdered sugar

  507. erika says:

    Ice cream. Vanilla. And maybe like a hot peach sauce or something. ….mmmmmmmmm

  508. Heather says:

    Oh girl… Can’t I have a topping bar to go with these? Please. These look so incredibly delicious. I love all your ideas and turning this into a Sunday family tradition would be SO FUN! My kids love strawberries so I would have to say one topping selection would be strawberries with cool whip and drizzled chocolate. But I on the other hand love peaches so I’d go with warm peaches and maybe a little vanilla ice cream? Oh I think my mouth is watering. Oh ebelskiver pan… Please come to our home.

  509. Kris says:

    I would keep it simple with some butter and powdered sugar.

  510. Heather B says:

    Either apple butter or pumpkin butter. yummy!

  511. Karen says:

    I would have to find some way to add cream cheese and strawberries or peaches and then of course I would do the nutella/ strawberry topping

  512. Jackie Deeh says:

    Well, if my husband had his way it would be with a blackberry sauce but I’ve been on a huge coconut/honey/lime binge lately and am thinking that sounds really good!

  513. Natalie says:

    Nutella and strawberries would be my choice!!

  514. Megan says:

    You had me at nutella!!

  515. Melissa Jackson says:

    My mother-in-law stuffs them with applesauce and tops them with a dusting of powdered sugar. Yummy!

  516. Lindsay says:

    Definitely powdered sugar and syrup. Or Strawberries and Nutella. It is a toss up. Possibly the first serving with one topping and a second helping with the other. 🙂

  517. Raspberries & Nutella

  518. Lori H says:

    Peanut butter and honey sounds like it would be great on these. (oh, I promise to season — my dad taught me well)

  519. Becca says:

    Apple inside and powdered sugar on the outside. ALthough I’ve never tried Nutella

  520. SARAH says:

    Peanut butter, banana, honey

  521. alyce d. says:

    strawberry freezer jam. yum.

  522. kirsten mattijsen says:

    I never knew about these, let alone tried them but they look amazing. Because my husband is not a fan of Nutella, even though the rest of us are, I might try them first stuffed with sweetened cream cheese, with strawberries and cinnamon and sugar or maple syrup.

  523. stephanie says:

    Oh my…my boyfriend is currently hooked on my homemade version of White Chocolate Wonderful PB, so I would drizzle the Ebelskivers with that along with whipped cream and chopped honey roasted peanuts. Thank you, Mel!!

  524. KatieQ says:

    When I was a nursery school teacher, I was lucky to have a student whose mom was from Denmark. She brought ebelskivers for the class dusted with powdered sugar and served with jam on the side. They were heavenly. I was thrilled when her second child was in my class because I knew I was in for another treat.
    I loved them served with strawberry jam, but would also try them with fresh fruit.
    Thanks for offering such a generous giveaway. I never thought of making them for myself.

  525. Jenna says:

    A variety of berries and chocolate!

  526. Krista Riley says:

    Because this is the way I like my crepes, I’ll have to go with…strawberries, bananas, Nutella, a dusting of powdered sugar and a dollop of whipped cream:) sounds heavenly!!

  527. Ali says:

    Bacon and chocolate. Yes. I said it.

    If that wasn’t the most delicious thing, then strawberries, blueberries, Nutella, and whipped cream.

    These look so cool!

  528. Ashli Crookston says:

    Chocolate syrup and powdered sugar!

  529. Melody M says:

    Cinnamon apples or bananas!

  530. Shelli says:

    -fresh fruit and carmel syrup- : )

  531. ginger says:

    definitely maple syrup and whipped cream (sweetened of course)

  532. Nicole Peck says:

    I definitely like your idea of strawberries, Nutella and whipped cream, but I think powdered sugar and homemade buttermilk/caramel syrup would be divine too!!

  533. Nicole Altvater says:

    My ideal topping would have to be:
    – whipped cream
    – blueberries
    and..
    – flavored agave syrup

  534. berry sauce and powdered sugar

  535. Emily says:

    Berries and cream. Not original I know, but why mess with success?

  536. Susan says:

    I would love to try these with Caramel Syrup and toasted salted pecans!!

  537. Sam says:

    Butter and maple syrup all the way!

  538. Leisa says:

    The pan looks like the Dutch poeffertje pan my in-laws have, but I’ve never seen this flipping technique. We’ll have to try it. My favorite topping is butter and powdered sugar!

  539. Julie says:

    Fun! Our good friends made these for us several years ago and I’ve desperately wanted to track down a pan ever since. Nutella sounds divine. Or maybe rolled in butter and cinni-sugar. Mmmmm. Love ALL your recipes. 🙂

  540. Audrey says:

    Quality chocolate and fresh whipped cream!

  541. Chelsea says:

    Where have these been all my life? I’m with you on Nutella, strawberries, and whipped cream. Delicious!

  542. TrishInFL says:

    I would probably try strawberries and whipped cream! It sounds right up my alley 🙂

  543. Leisa says:

    We’ve had the Dutch panekokken, but these look like even more fun since they’re spherical!! I love them with butter and powdered sugar.

  544. J Zaman says:

    Whipped cream, maple syrup, nuts, bananas or strawberries, and a bit of thinned out nutella. mmmmm

  545. Jackie says:

    any fresh fruit and some true maple syrup – yum!

  546. Sara says:

    Mmmm, I am always a sucker for butter with cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on top. But I’d also try cream cheese sweetened up with some powdered sugar and raspberries. Yummy.

  547. Cherryl says:

    Strawberries would be awesome!

  548. Jenn in AZ says:

    Toppings. Hmmm…. I think I would have to go with blueberries and whipped cream, or peanut butter and maple syrup, or your strawberries and nutella and whipped cream, or cinnamon sugar, or maybe just powdered sugar or try all of the above. The last option for sure.

  549. amanda e says:

    I love them dusted with powdered sugar with a side of buttermilk syrup for dipping.

  550. I have never had them, but I would say strawberries would be on the list. Possibly peaches and caramel. Maybe some buttermilk syrup. Not all at the same time, but maybe a combination. There’s my stream of consciousness answer 🙂

  551. Mary G. says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream! And I promise to season the pan!

  552. Josie says:

    Dried cherries stuffed inside. Dreamy!

  553. Tanzly says:

    bite-sized bacon pieces and chocolate fondue sauce (I hope this is open to international readers)

  554. Amber says:

    I’m thinking some homemade caramel sauce with sliced bananas and pecans. Maybe some whipped cream on top if I’m feeling industrious that day! I’ve never made these before, but I see me getting pretty proficient at it if I win one of your pans!

  555. Heidi says:

    I remember these fondly from my childhood! I would love this as I am of proud Danish ancestry. I would love them with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and syrup!

  556. Melanie A. says:

    I’d whip some cream cheese and add some strawberries at the last minute to crush them into it. Stuff that mixture in. Then make a strawberry and amoretto reduction. Drizzle over top and sift some powdered sugar on top.

  557. Holly says:

    Nutella!

  558. Ashly Fabrizio says:

    Wow this pan looks like fun, never heard of this type of “pancake,” I normally use this website just for recipes for what i have. I would probably cover it with any sort of fruit covering and whip-cream, and if i had it in the house then definitely nutella or some sort of chocolate since i am hugely prego. My little girl would probably eat these better then normal waffles/pancakes since they look just the right size for a childs mouth. Has anyone tried to put in a filling inside? Like a stuffed waffle? Or mix in meat pieces into the batter? I was thinking that might be pretty tastey to.

  559. Kathryn says:

    I’d love to try these with strawberries and whipped cream!

  560. Shannon says:

    I think anything with Nutella sounds awesome. Or any kind of fruit. Thanks!!

  561. Maury says:

    Ice cream. And Chocolate. LOTS of chocolate.

  562. Lisa Lokenvitz says:

    Applie pie filling with vanilla icecream. YUMMY!

  563. Melissa says:

    Berries and cream. Never had it with Nutella, but that sounds supper yummy too!

  564. Marsali says:

    Buttermilk syrup or Butterscotch syrup would be WONDERFUL on these with some strawberries!
    These look like so much fun!

  565. Jolene Beard says:

    Powdered sugar, baby!

  566. Tiffany says:

    hhhmmmm…to narrow it down…strawberries and ice cream!

  567. Shonna says:

    Nothing beats good old-fashioned homemade raspberry jam with a dusting of powdered sugar.

  568. Mirien says:

    I’m with you. Strawberries, whipped cream, and chocolate sound perfect to me.

  569. Tammy Crow says:

    We always used jam as kids! It’s still my fav!

  570. Linda says:

    I once had these a bizillion years ago at my college roommates house. We had them with applesauce and they were delicious! I would love to try them with strawberries, too.

  571. Tamar says:

    Berries and powdered sugar

  572. Katrina A says:

    Love ebelskivers!! I like them with jam and whipped cream. Yum.

  573. Karen F. says:

    They look wonderful! I’d try fresh raspberries with whipped cream.

  574. Jill says:

    I think stuffed with cream cheese and topped with strawberries and whip cream wold be pretty amazing!

  575. Dalyn says:

    Sliced peaces with raspberry sauce with just a bit of whipped cream.
    A peach melba of sorts.

  576. Clare says:

    Berries & cream sounds good to me!

  577. Jodi says:

    “Candy, candy canes, candy corn, syrup” Elf. I feel the same way!! 🙂

  578. Lisa Garrett says:

    Blueberries and powdered sugar!

  579. Sarah Jane says:

    Powdered sugar is always how we ate them growing up, LOVE!!

  580. Lindsay Hammel says:

    I would make them with peanut butter inside and top them with chocolate sauce! Yum!!!

  581. Rachel says:

    REAL maple syrup!!! And then strawberries and whipped cream 🙂

  582. Tanya says:

    Bananas, Nutella and whipped cream. Yum!

  583. Linda says:

    I once had them with applesauce a bizillion years ago at my college roommate’s house. They were delicious! I’d love to try them with strawberries, too.

  584. J Kelley says:

    Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate!!! What more can I say?

  585. Kelly says:

    Raspberries and strawberries with melted chocolate.

  586. Tammy E says:

    Yum! Bananas and strawberries and whip cream!

  587. Leonora Saunders says:

    I love fresh fruit with whip cream! Strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and raspberries are some of my favorite.

  588. TT says:

    I think I would try homemade buttermilk syrup on them. But I think I would have a buffet style of toppings and try them all, I’ve never tried ebelskivers 🙂

  589. rosemarie says:

    Ooh they sound lovely! I woudl make a wee hole into the middle of each one
    and first squirt some strawberry jam( jelly?) in then some whipped cream.
    Them mix some maple syrup with nutella, and drizzle over the top then add a strawberry to the topping.,oh and sprinkles if the kids want them!.

  590. Candela says:

    Because I’m Argentine, I’d definitely try them with dulce de leche first. But I think warm raspberry jam and whipped cream would go pretty darn well, too!

  591. Barb says:

    Real homemade Maine maple syrup and fresh blueberries and sliced strawberries, dash of fresh cream on top. M-M- GOOD!!!!

  592. Katheryn says:

    Almond butter if I was feeling healthy, and chocolate with whipped cream when I’m feeling indulgent.

  593. Jesica says:

    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!!

  594. Sue says:

    strawberries and whipped cream for me, or maybe a little dulce de leche

  595. Dixie Dixon says:

    strawberries, nutella and whipped cream…looks good to me! 🙂

  596. Lisa Brown says:

    Cream filling with raspberries on top :).

  597. Joyce Pilger says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream!

  598. Laura says:

    Cookie butter and blueberries!

  599. Zoey says:

    Honey and powdered sugar

  600. Emily says:

    I think I’d have them with strawberries and cream. Or maybe chocolate chips. Or both.

  601. april ki m says:

    I am thinking a mixture of berries and powdered sugar and I like your idea of nutella. They sound delicious. I can’t wait to make some

  602. Brittany says:

    I’m thinking pb and chocolate syrup!

  603. Julie says:

    I’ve never had them, but your picture of nutella, strawberries and whip cream has me drooling and aching to try!

  604. Marie says:

    Raspberry jam and powdered sugar! Yum!!

  605. i would definitely open a jar of boozy peaches for this and add a soft peaked heavy cream. i am a great believer in the seasoned iron pan, from years of experience thanks for the chance to win this pan

  606. Tyler says:

    I’d do mine with some butter and syrup.

  607. Shauna A. says:

    Huckleberry syrup/fresh berries with whipped cream. Yummy!!

  608. Tiffany Alleman says:

    I’d do nutella and whipped cream… no fruit. 🙂

  609. Katherine says:

    Oh, my! These looks so fun! We are a Nutella family so I’m sure that would go on top for sure!

  610. Melissa Quinn says:

    Definitely some bananas and coconut syrup (can’t get enough of that stuff!)

  611. Ashley says:

    Nutella and bananas! yum!

  612. Ella Phair says:

    Homemade raspberry jam…… yum!

  613. Laura Niemela says:

    Simply fresh berries and real whipped cream!

  614. Courtney L says:

    Whipped cream and chocolate

  615. Lindsay says:

    Oh my goodness, Nutella, powdered sugar, and strawberries all the way!

  616. Kristelle says:

    i was in high school when I was introduced to Ebelskivers. I would attend an early morning religious study group and my teacher would make these on Friday mornings. We all loved them and looked forward to them more than the ice cream we got for breakfast on our birthdays. I have a cast iron pan that I am trying to reseason as it was badly mistreated (by previous owners). After dealing with this issue I would love to have a new pan to start with.

  617. Erica says:

    My husband’s family is Danish and make them. I have only had them once and we ate them with different sugars, powdered, cinnamon, plain.

  618. Rosemary says:

    My fater-in laws favorite is butterscotch or caramel with bananas and whipped cream. Yummy

  619. Michelle Hoffman says:

    Chocolate, definitely chocolate!

  620. Audra says:

    Um sour cream and brown sugar mixed with strawberries. Life changing!

  621. Linley says:

    Homemade buttermilk caramel sauce and bananas. Yum.

  622. Sheila Hartley says:

    Peanut butter, butter and maple syrup my favorite toppings for all kinds of pancakes. (Just the way I was raised!) Love your blog! I have tried many of your recipes and they are always a hit!

  623. Natasha says:

    A friend made me ebelskivers years ago with apricot and raspberry sauces made from jams, but I’m a chocolate fiend so Nutella, strawberries and whipped cream it is!

  624. Anna says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream for sure!

  625. Jessica says:

    I am a strawberry banana nutella kind of gal myslef! Thanks for the giveaway

  626. Tuire Adams says:

    Raspberry pie filling.

  627. lisa says:

    my kids would eat up strawberries and nutella… Yummy!

  628. Melissa says:

    Peanut Butter for Steve, strawberries and whip cream for me, syrup and powdered sugar for Trevor!

  629. Dorene Peterson says:

    Melted butter then powdered sugar. My husband is of Danish descent and I can’t believe I don’t make these.

  630. Caroline says:

    Whipped cream and strawberries:)

  631. Melissa O. says:

    I would top them with strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries with whipped cream!

  632. Andrea says:

    Lemon butter!

  633. Julie Palbicki says:

    Maybe just some simple powdered sugar!

  634. Tori says:

    Nutella filled with strawberries on top!

  635. Kim says:

    Fresh berries and cream sound heavenly. (I’ve never had ebelskivers, but I think you’ve convinced me that they are wonderful.)

  636. Jessica K. says:

    I’d be leaning towards maple syrup or powdered sugar to start getting to knowing Ebelskivers properly, and then I’d advance to berries and whipped cream.

  637. Audrey says:

    Dulce de Leche and Bananas!

  638. Julie H says:

    Now that I know they exist, I really want to try them! Probably topped with some kind of sweetened cream cheese mixture, cinnamon, and bananas.

  639. Alicia says:

    Once a year, 2 days before school starts here in AZ, my awesome friend Beth has hosted an aebelskiver party as an annual back-to-school tradition for several friends and all our kids. It was this morning, I kid you not. I can’t believe this is what you posted today! 🙂

    With that said, we LOVE the traditional butter-based (almost caramel) syrup that she has always made to go with them. Your post is making me think outside the box, though.

    I would LOVE a second aebelskiver pan; the same awesome friend gave me one several years ago. I can see how having another one would help speed the process of making them. 🙂 Pick me, pretty please!!

  640. Denide says:

    Peaches and whipped cream, yum!

  641. Soonhee Blackburn says:

    Those look so delicious! I’ve never had them and hadn’t heard of them before but definitely want to try them. They look wonderful as pictured. I imagine other fresh berries would be good to try too. Yum!

  642. Babs says:

    Got to have some Bing cherries, dark chocolate sauce and whipped cream. Oh, wow! I can almost taste it!

  643. Amanda B says:

    I’m a strawberries, nutella and whipped cream girl myself. I would also like to try bischoff’s spread and bananas. Or something like it. 🙂

  644. Juli says:

    I’d probably want blueberries, strawberries and some powdered sugar.

  645. Kristin says:

    The kid in me says Boysenberry Jam and powdered sugar on top, just the way we ate them in my house growing up 🙂 The adult in me says bananas, pecans, pure maple syrup and whipped cream!

  646. Melanie says:

    I think your picture with strawberries and whipped cream looks perfect! My daughter would love these!

  647. Lorianne says:

    Strawberry jam and whip cream. My kids just love them with syrup.

  648. Anneka says:

    Nutella! Or strawberries and cream.

  649. Julie Gonsalves says:

    Yummmy! i think strawberries and powdered sugar and/or whipped cream would be right up my alley!

  650. Carli says:

    Toss up between Nutella and cookie butter but if I’m going fruity route love to put my canned peach pie filling on them with whipped cream topping! Yummy!!

  651. Amber Petersen says:

    Strawberry sauce and whip cream. Both homemade. yum.

  652. Heather says:

    I’d put a slice of cooked sausage in the middle, and drizzle some syrup on top. Heavenly.

  653. Jill Martin says:

    Fruit. Any kind of berry or peaches.

  654. Vicki Almond says:

    I would love them with strawberries and powdered sugar and whip cream! I’m so hungry just looking at the picture! I’m from Idaho why didn’t I know about these?

  655. Amanda says:

    Apple pie filling…mmmmm…….

  656. Peggy says:

    I think they would taste great with almost anything! ;0)

  657. Nicole L says:

    Strawberries & Nutella would be my first choice, but ANY type of fresh fruit…blueberries, peaches, banana, with Nutella or chocolate would be divine! Thanks, Mel 🙂

  658. Beth L says:

    I’m with you – strawberries, nutella, and whipped cream.

  659. Courtney says:

    Bananas, whip cream and caramel sauce would be my ideal!

  660. Tonya says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream for me…..yummy!

  661. Amanda says:

    I would dust them in powdered sugar, then drizzle with fresh raspberry syrup, and finish with a dollop of vanilla whipped cream. Yum!

  662. Rebecca Roe Hale says:

    Savory, with ham, cheese, and avocado.

  663. Melissa says:

    Oh my heavens! So excited about this. Strawberry and nutella all the way!

  664. Tanya Phillips says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream sound yummy. Some apples and whipped cream would be good too! Thanks!

  665. Britt-Marie says:

    We are definitely a Nutella family! I also love any kind of fresh berries/fruit.

  666. ankerah says:

    The Dutch have a similar puff pancake we eat topped with fresh berries.

  667. Maeg. M says:

    Buttermilk syrup and bananas and strawberries!

  668. Melissa says:

    I’d try lemon juice and icing sugar. These remind me of bubble waffles.

  669. Joni Christman says:

    I think the fun will be in trying everything from syrup to chocolate, fruit to nuts and everything in between. I can’t wait to try it.

  670. catherine says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream!

  671. Marissa says:

    Nutella, strawberries, and whipped cream because I’m newly pregnant and very persuaded by any food suggestion I hear!

  672. Michelle says:

    I love them filled with raspberry jam! I’m happy with almost any sweet topping. Thanks for the giveaway!

  673. Jennifer says:

    My favorite toppings would be peaches, whipped cream and honey! Love me some fresh peaches in season!

  674. Jami says:

    Have you ever tried Biscoff? Oh my heavens! It is so delicious! It’s the consistency of peanut butter but much sweeter! I would smear that on with either bananas or strawberries.

  675. Hilary says:

    Real maple syrup with chocolate covered bacon. Delicious, and you get the best of chocolate and bacon, and earthiness of maple syrup. Can’t.Go.Wrong.

  676. Hilary says:

    Real maple syrup with chocolate covered bacon. Delicious, and you get the best of chocolate and bacon, an earthiness of maple syrup. Can’t.Go.Wrong.

  677. Minnesota Red says:

    Bananas Foster!

  678. Beth says:

    Strawberries and whip cream would be delicious toppings. 🙂

  679. Keri Frates says:

    The strawberry/nutella topping you have there looks divine but I think I would do a banana’s foster topping. Bananas, butter, cinnamon, rum extract (only because I have little ones!) and of course REAL whipped cream! Yum!

  680. Darlene Epps says:

    Blueberries and freshly whipped whipped cream

  681. Jen S says:

    i’m so with you. Love me some nutella, and whip cream!!!

  682. Kasee Thomas says:

    Definitely strawberries and cream!!

  683. Cindy M says:

    My great gramma used to make us ‘horseapples’ when I was little! My mother took over and we always used just plain sugar for dipping. I absolutely LOVE them.

  684. Sara says:

    Probably fresh raspberries and cream.

  685. Stephanie says:

    I would love to make these at home! Sugared mixed berries sounds yummy to me!

    Thanks for the giveaway and for your awesome blog!

  686. Cammi says:

    Probably cream cheese in the middle and pomegranate jelly on top. Yum! I’ve always wanted to try these!

  687. Jane says:

    Fresh strawberries and whipped cream

  688. Kimberly says:

    My family grew up doing the flip once and then we would dip them in butter and sugar, but fresh strawberries and whipped cream sounds like it would be really good.

  689. katie says:

    Fresh blueberries and granulated sugar…yum

  690. Julia C. says:

    Oh my daughter would just love this. She’s two and pretty much only eats carbs or things that are enclosed within carbs. I’m tryin’ on the veggies, but so far no luck! 🙂 I can just imagine her delight when i give her little pancake balls! 🙂 We would top them with syrup!

  691. Sharon D says:

    I think I’d add maple flavoring to the batter………and maybe add a bit of cooked sausage in the center………Top with cheese……….yum!

  692. Nathan says:

    Nutella and peanut butter

  693. Clayton says:

    Fresh raspberries with a little drizzle of raspberry syrup!

  694. Betsy says:

    Strawberries and Cream and maybe some homemade syrup.

  695. Shelly says:

    ALL OF THE ABOVE! I’m willing to make the sacrifice of trying out each and every of the suggested toppings…and reporting back. My preliminary results: YUM!

  696. Jolene P says:

    These look similar to the Dutch poffertjes! Would love to try my hand at them!

  697. Stephanie says:

    Fresh peaches from my parent’s tree that grows the sweetest, most delicious peaches I have ever tasted and whipped cream…mmmmmmmmmmm!

  698. Nancy Church says:

    I think I’d have to top mine with fresh peaches. Yum!

  699. KayLynn says:

    Powdered sugar with a drizzle of nutella.

  700. Natalie says:

    I imagine my best topping would completely depend on my mood! But no matter what the mood it would need to be a sugar based topping!

  701. emily says:

    I would have to go with your strawberries, nutella, and whipped crème.

  702. Tammy says:

    I like mine with lemon curd. So yummy!

  703. fenella higgins says:

    I’d probably top them with a butter/brown/sugar/cinnamon and chopped apple syrup I like to make! These look like fun, I’m sure my kids (and I) would love them!

  704. Melissa says:

    Definitely nutella, sounds delicious!

  705. Kristen Pollard says:

    Homemade caramel sauce, pecans, sliced bananas and whipped cream! Thank you so much for all of your wonderful recipes.

  706. Abby says:

    We always have ours dipped in cinnamon sugar but strawberry jam is good too!

  707. Rhonda says:

    I’ve never tried them, but I am guessing anything with caramel and fudge would be fantastic.

  708. Marna says:

    Bananas with pecans and maple syrup

  709. Traci S says:

    Strawberries, Nutella, Dulce de leche, and cinnamon whip cream!!

  710. Anjeanette says:

    I think raspberries and cream would be delicious!!

  711. Teena says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream!

  712. Dorie says:

    I would have to say fresh peaches and whipped cream! Yummm….

  713. Allison C says:

    I would have PB, bananas, and honey

  714. Tanya says:

    I would top mine with warm apple pie filling and sweetened whipped cream. I can almost taste it now!

  715. Jen says:

    Sweetened cream cheese, macerated strawberries, and coconut!

  716. Whitney says:

    Definitely Nutella and fruit. Mnm I’m getting hungry

  717. Cookies4kids says:

    Hands down, it would be raspberries and chocolate. Is there anything better, lol?????

  718. elizabeth Brooker says:

    We used to make these at my friend’s house in my teen years. They were so yummy, nothing even fancy, just powdered sugar, and they never hung around for long.

  719. Kristen Green says:

    Nutella and loads of whipped topping!

  720. Being more of a savory than a sweet, I think I would top them with grated cheese and then some fresh pico de gallo and a tiny slurry of refried beans.

  721. Michelle says:

    My grandma’s homemade jam! Mmm Mmmm! 🙂

  722. Anna says:

    I think I will go with fried apples and whipped cream

  723. tiffany says:

    Raspberry syrup and whip cream!

  724. Adrienne says:

    Coconut buttermilk syrup! I have never grid ebelskivers but they look good!

  725. Angie says:

    Nutella and strawberries sound good! I might dip them in raspberry syrup too!

  726. Bonnie says:

    Hello! Mine would be lemon curd, blueberries and whipped cream. Also, I use a wooden skewer to turn so it wouldn’t scratch a non-stick pan! Thanks for the giveaway!

  727. Hanna says:

    Strawberries and pure maple syrup. Nice and simple.

  728. Julie says:

    Mine would so be nutella, strawberries and whip cream too. Heck I put those on my french and pancakes all the time. Can’t get enough of that deliciousness 🙂

  729. MIchelle D says:

    With a cinnamon filling and cream cheese frosting!!!

  730. Pineapple and Whip Cream

  731. Kim says:

    Definitely whipped cream in our house!

  732. Angela says:

    Just dark chocolate–plain and simple!

  733. Brooke says:

    That would be the same way they were done the first time I had them, strawberries and homemade whipped cream!

  734. Heidi says:

    Anything chocolate!

  735. Jen Saputra says:

    I would put chocolate syrup and raspberries on them.

  736. Susie Espinosa says:

    I would try sort of a bananas foster type thing, with sliced bananas, drizzled caramel sauce & whipped cream. But first I would do strawberries, nutella & cream… 🙂

  737. Bobby says:

    I’d have my sweet wife do a bananas foster version!

  738. Melanie from SLC says:

    I’m gonna have to go with just plain old syrup.

  739. Cheryl says:

    Love strawberries and a chocolate drizzle.

  740. Amanda says:

    Strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream too!!

  741. Holly W says:

    Fresh fruit and maple syrup!

  742. Jamie Cotter says:

    Buttermilk syrup!

  743. Heidi says:

    I’m intrigued! I’ve never heard, nor seen these and I LOVE cooking. I can’t wait to try them regardless of the outcome. I’m going to go with a home made caramel sauce with toasted pecans. Yummy!

  744. Mrs Petri says:

    I would also go with strawberries, nutella and whipped cream : }

  745. Amy S. says:

    The strawberries and nutella sound fantastic. I might do fresh peaches & ginger syrup!

  746. Janelle Belka says:

    Oh I would love to try these with strawberries and some powdered sugar.

  747. Suzanne Nelson says:

    the whole reason I love your recipes is because I think we must have the same taste pallot!!! I would go with strawberries, nutella, and whipped cream as well! YUM!

  748. Emily O says:

    I’m thinking strawberries and whipped cream or cinnamon sugar and maple syrup!

  749. Anna says:

    I think I would love strawberries and fresh whipped cream!

  750. Melanie Helm says:

    Definitely nutella… any excuse for nutella.

  751. Julie P says:

    I think I would like to try it with the sweetened cream cheese and some fresh strawberries! This looks like something my ten-year old would LOVE to try!

  752. Kat says:

    I’d eat them with sweetened condensed milk. Maybe some matcha icecream and fruit? Reminds me of brick toast, hehe.

  753. Celia says:

    We are an applesauce family to be honest… Can’t get enough of the stuff!

  754. Blayre says:

    Peanut butter.

  755. Emily Sutherland says:

    As long as they had nutella I’d be happy…any other fruit along with that is yummy…

  756. Erica says:

    My favorite is raspberry syrup and powder sugar

  757. Hannah Johnson says:

    Bananas, whipped cream, and orange sauce.

  758. Rachel says:

    I would love them with any fruit, with almonds, caramel sauce and whipped cream!

  759. Andrea D. says:

    I think a berry sauce would be perfect on top of these. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  760. Tiffany says:

    I must say I would have to try your version for these with Nutella(love it), strawberries and whipped cream…I also think I would try stuffing them with peanut butter and top with dark chocolate and a bit of whipped cream!

  761. Sara says:

    These look so good! Raspberries/ homemade raspberry jam with whipped cream and possibly Nutella!

  762. Jadzia says:

    A good quality cherry preserve and dark chocolate anything!

  763. Meg says:

    I’ve never had Ebelskivers before, but I’ve always wanted to learn to make them. I love your idea of topping with strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream. Let’s be honest, that’s my favorite topping for a lot of things. 🙂

  764. Mary Ann Stewart says:

    I love them rolled in powdered sugar! But honestly I have never turned one down topped in cinnamon sugar or maple syrup or filled with strawberries! I love them all!

  765. Kathryn Way says:

    My perfect topping would be whipped cream and fresh Blueberries!

  766. Boe C. says:

    My favorite topping would be all kinds of fruits, dusted powdered sugar, and whipped cream! YUM! Thanks Mel!

  767. Michelle says:

    These look like they’d be lovely with some rhubarb jam! Thanks so much for the chance!

  768. Allyson says:

    So hard to pick just one! I love the sound of your strawberries and nutella, but also the melted butter others mentioned sounds heavenly!! My Danish blood would probably like nearly any topping!!

  769. Emily says:

    Strawberries and powdered sugar! 🙂

  770. Laura says:

    My ideal topping would be strawberries and whipped cream.

  771. Jenny says:

    I would put chocolate, and then whatever fruit I had on hand.

  772. Rachael I. says:

    Strawberries, softened cream cheese and nutella! Yummers!

  773. Michelle says:

    Totally Nutella and strawberries!

  774. Desiree says:

    I’d have to try them before I could say for sure. But fresh squeezed lemon juice and powdered sugar would be worth a try.

  775. Stephanie C says:

    Hmm..peaches and cream..although the strawberry idea sounds pretty good too!

  776. Heather says:

    I’d probably just stick with plain old maple syrup.

  777. ashley harper says:

    I am obsessed with coconut syrup and whipped cream these days. YUM! I’ve been wanting one of these pans…fingers crossed!

  778. Sharon says:

    Fresh whipped whipping cream and lingonberries! Yum!

  779. Jessica Nordgren says:

    Same here…strawberries and whipped cream! Possibly some homemade caramel syrup too!

  780. Erin says:

    I would try baked apples with cinnamon!

  781. Ally says:

    Melted Almond butter, Chocolate chips, and Coconut

  782. Beverly says:

    I think I’d make a warm blueberry sauce, and dip the ebelskiver bit by bit.
    Maybe add toasted, buttered pecans.
    Yummmmmmm

  783. Coreen Tanner says:

    I’d have to say homemade caramel syrup and butter!

  784. Betsy says:

    It would have to involve chocolate!

  785. Ashlee says:

    Any fruit and whipped cream! Or nuts! Or peanut butter with homemade syrup. Oh I love breakfast!

  786. Em R. says:

    Mmmm – a chunky raspberry/lime compote with barely sweetened whipped cream!

  787. Rebecca says:

    Bananas, whip cream, and real maple syrup. Yum-o.

  788. Jordan says:

    Homemade maple syrup

  789. Andrea says:

    I remember my great aunt from Denmark making these. We would eat them with strawberries and homemade butter syrup.

  790. brandy anderson says:

    peaches and whipped cream!! OR buttermilk syrup and whipped cream!

  791. Amber B says:

    Almond butter, raspberries and a dusting of powdered sugar!

  792. Rosie says:

    Nutella, strawberries and whipped cream all the way. Yum!

  793. Missy says:

    I’m totally a breakfast person so I can’t believe I haven’t tried them! If I don’t win I’m going to have to invest in my own pans … Or go visit Dan and Marilyn! Berries and whipped cream sound good. I also love the strawberries and Nutella. I’m not a big maple syrup fan, but I’d definitely try these with buttermilk syrup or chokecherry syrup! Yum! My mouth is watering!

  794. Shannon says:

    I haven’t had these before but would sure like to give them a try. I would start with syrup and powdered sugar–although I love many of the other suggestions.

  795. Katie says:

    Stuff ’em with walnuts and top those babies with strawberries, bananas and whipped cream! Mmmmm…

  796. Carrie says:

    Lemon curd, and homemade blueberry sauce.

  797. Barbara Bradford says:

    It would have to be a strained raspberry syrup ( I detest raspberry seeds, yet I love chia & poppy seeds, go figure). with a light sprinkle of confectioners sugar.

  798. Melissa says:

    Peanut butter, chocolate syrup and some powdered sugar… yummo

  799. Kari says:

    I love pancakes. i love waffles. I love French toast. There is no doubt in my mind that I would love ebelskivers.
    I have the recipe, now I need the pan!

  800. Erin Garner says:

    Nutella, Bananas and Whipped cream.. Might have to add just a few drops of maple syrup too! 🙂 I love these things! Super Yummy!

  801. Becky says:

    Oh yum! I would go with bananas and Nutella, plus a little (or a lot!) whipped cream.

  802. Vicki says:

    A friend of my mother’s made these when I was a little girl for a brunch that we attended…couldn’t have been more than 10 at the time, but I always remembered them. One day a few years ago (30+ years later), I was thumbing through a catalog that came in the mail and, low and behold, I saw the pan (cast iron, of course) and finally found out what they were called. I was so excited! My husband bought me the pan as a gift and I immediately made a batch to serve with just powdered sugar and strawberries (my favorite fruit). Yum!

  803. Mary Cate says:

    mmmm, Caramel!

  804. Erin Garner says:

    I absolutely love these things! My mom has a pan (CAST IRON) that I remember her using when I was a kid to make this wonderful treat! I would probably say nutella, banana’s and whipped cream! YUM!

  805. shelley w says:

    I would say lots of whipped cream, bananas, chocolate sauce, chopped nuts

  806. Laurie says:

    What a fun giveaway! Syrup & powdered sugar would be delish!

  807. Mary Jane says:

    I’d probably go with powered sugar to start with!!

  808. Mama P says:

    It would look like a sundae bar. Strawberries, chocolate sauce, whip cream, mini chocolate chips and bananas. Mmmmmmm.

  809. Janell says:

    Definitely can’t go wrong with your strawberry/nutella combo. I’ve been loving peaches lately though so my first try would have to be with peaches and whipped cream.

  810. Joy says:

    Strawberries…hands down.

  811. Kim in MD says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream would be perfect!

  812. Paula says:

    Haven’t made these before but would love to. I would try adding a little cinnamon to the batter and then a few blueberries into the center of the batter once in the pan. Then pour blueberry syrup over the top to eat!

  813. Tara says:

    Your combo sounds great, but another would be using buttermilk syrup, strawberries and pecans.

  814. Lindsay G says:

    I would do peanut butter syrup with bananas and strawberries. And maybe buttermilk syrup with blueberries and whipped cream! 🙂

  815. Kim Tucker says:

    Peaches and whipped cream in honor of my adorable husband whom I love so much!!!!

  816. Sandy says:

    Lightly sweetened cream cheese in the middle and raspberry jam or fresh raspberries on top. Slurp!!

  817. susanna says:

    What you said sounds delicious. Strawberries, nutella, and whipped cream can’t wait to try them.

  818. Lauren says:

    Butter, powdered sugar and cream!!! Reminds me of what I had in holland!! Yum!!

  819. Lauren says:

    Yum!!! These remind me of the most amazing little pancakes I had in holland years ago! The just put butter and powdered sugar on top with some cream, they were perfection!!!

  820. Michelle S says:

    Most definitely in the nutella camp! Nutella with fruit and real whipped cream. YUM!

  821. Jean Pearce says:

    I’m thinking a peach sauce mix together with some cream cheese and a little powdered sugar. My grandchildren would love that.

  822. Heather says:

    Strawberries, nutella and whipped cream all the way. I’m with you 100%. Love them on crepes and while I’ve never tried these, you’ve certainly inspired me to!

  823. kandi v says:

    Maple syrup-and bacon!

  824. heather bell says:

    chocolate! Need I say more?? =)

  825. Valerie says:

    nutella, strawberries and whip cream sound fantastic!!

  826. Becky says:

    Strawberries, blueberries, and whipped cream – yes, please 🙂

  827. Krysta says:

    I’m with you. I think strawberries and nutella sound great. I would also try caramel syrup!

  828. Erin Springer says:

    Warm Raspberry preserves and powdered sugar!! Yum

  829. Lainey says:

    Raspberries and caramel icing. YUM! 🙂

  830. Amanda says:

    These would be fun to try! I would attempt strawberry creamcheese inside with strawberries and nutella on top.

  831. Jenny says:

    Nutella and raspberries!

  832. kathryn says:

    I would say nutella, raspberries, and whip cream. And it is calorie free if you eat it for breakfast, right?

  833. Doreen says:

    Fresh picked blueberries! yum….

  834. John C says:

    Nutella and Bananas… You can’t go wrong with that!

  835. Jenn W says:

    I think I’d like to cover them in buttermilk syrup.

  836. Aurelia says:

    I’m thinking some kind of fruit pie fill and cool whip or even chocolate pudding and cool whip

  837. Mary Anne says:

    Can’t decide, either custard filled with chocolate drizzle or some sort of berrylicious goodness filling with cream on top!

  838. Kristen says:

    I would make them just like you Mel, because you have a lot if experience with these and I have none. AND because you have the MOST delicious recipes! 😉

  839. Jessica says:

    Definitely strawberries and chocolate or nutella.

  840. Heidi says:

    I’m with you, I would put Nutella and strawberries on mine.

  841. Diane K says:

    I’m usually too cheap for Nutella (a shame, I know) and too lazy for whipped cream, but I would love me some strawberries or bananas and chocolate chips. And powdered sugar.

  842. Lanette Raugust says:

    I’ve only ever tried the frozen ones from Trader Joe’s. But I’d love to try them with strawberries and whipped cream. Sounds heavenly!

  843. Nancy says:

    A vanilla custard sauce and sliced strawberries.

  844. Cathy says:

    Maple syrup, brown sugar, and pecans slowly cooked then hot while you pour on top true Southern style

  845. Peggy Crawford says:

    I used to get ebelskivers at a Danish restaurant and she always served them with raspberry jam and butter. Oh, how I love them so!

  846. Christine Roeder says:

    Fresh raspberries and raspberry syrup.

  847. Leslie says:

    Yummy! My bf would definitely say powered sugar and maple syrup only (but he’s my picky eater and rather boring haha), but I’m with you on the strawberries and Nutella! I love those toppings on my regular ol’ pancakes and waffles as well. Mmm.

  848. jordan says:

    so many great toppings to choose from! i think i’d have to go with tried and true pure maple syrup though 🙂

  849. Melanie says:

    Nutella and strawberries sounds heavenly!

  850. Katie says:

    I would top them with cinnamon apples, caramel sauce and whipped cream! Yummy!

  851. Lyndsey says:

    I’d love to try biscoff spread with strawberries, raspberries and whip cream. Yum!

  852. ELAINE says:

    My grandmother would make these for my Sister and I when we would visit her in Portland Oregon, we were told that this was her Danish recipe! Haven’t tasted these in over 60+ years. She made this simple, cinnamon and a sprinkle of sugar!
    Thanks for the good memories. Elaine

  853. Jackie Gonzales says:

    Maple butter with bananas and pecans. My new favorite!

  854. Heather says:

    I’ve never even heard of these before but they look delish! I think I’d go for peanut butter-banana-chocolate with whipped cream. But I keep thinking about a sour cream and chives type of one too.

  855. Belinda Ellis says:

    Very simple for me – Jam – Blackberry is my favorite!

  856. Rhonda says:

    I’ve never had one of these gems so I’m going to trust your opinion and give the strawberries, nutella and whip cream a try if I win one! 🙂

  857. Valerie says:

    I have a thing for Peaches…So probably peaches and cream…Sounds soooo good.

  858. ScottC says:

    I’m simple. I like syrup, sometimes with powdered sugar too.

  859. Lisa Ramirez says:

    Chocolate syrup and powdered sugar!

  860. Jessie C. says:

    I would like fresh blueberries.

  861. Emilee H. says:

    I can’t even think past your favorite toppings as I am salivating just thinking of the strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream. I might have to add powdered sugar to the mix though. Yum!

  862. Dana says:

    I’ve never had them, but I’ve been hearing about them from a friend in my home ward since I was a child…why he rants and brags about ’em but fails to actually PRODUCE some is beyond me, but I digress! 🙂 Dying to try them…and I admit, I’ll stick to the strawberries and nutella, because that mash-up has never steered me wrong! 🙂

  863. camille says:

    I meant fruit!

  864. Pamela says:

    I would go with carmel and nuts. Or a maple syrup and make like a cinnamon roll. Oh I can think of many. Thank you

  865. camille says:

    Either crumbled bacon and powdered sugar or any kind of frit and whipped cream

  866. Carol H says:

    This sounds like a new favorite grandkids food! We’d start with strawberries, pecans and real maple syrup. Thanks Mel!

  867. Blueberries and whipped cream!

  868. Amber says:

    Great Idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I would throw strawberries and cream! or just eat them plain!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

  869. Katie says:

    I think warm chocolate sauce with some raspberry sauce and whipped cream.

  870. Laurel Alger says:

    Variety of fresh berries & whipped cream!

  871. TamiR says:

    Homemade strawberry jam and fresh blueberries!! yum!

  872. Jocelyn says:

    I would have to say choke cherry syrup and butter.mmmmmm The simple things in life make me so happy!

  873. Joann says:

    Hmmmm, I think bananas and nutella or bananas, walnuts, and a sprinkle of cinnamon… blueberries and lemon curd… raspberries and almonds… the possibilities are endless!

  874. Stacey says:

    Chopped macadamia nuts and coconut syrup!

  875. Melissa says:

    I would love to try them. Probably with whip cream and hot fudge. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  876. William Salter says:

    I’ve never heard of an ebelskiver before but you’ve sold me. I’d top it with blueberries and maple syrup.

  877. Stephanie R. says:

    I would top my ebelskivers with raspberry sauce, fresh raspberries and a dusting of powdered sugar…mmmmm

  878. michelle says:

    not to be a copy cat, but i’m with you on the strawberries, whipped cream and nutella (warmed slightly so it pours). i cross my heart that if i am a lucky winner, i will season it well!

  879. Melanie Erickson says:

    I’m with you! Nutella, strawberries and whipped cream! Dessert for breakfast…the best way to start a day!

  880. Whitney says:

    Berries and cream!

  881. Sierra Nelson says:

    Love the idea of Nutella/strawberries, also how about bananas foster, or sauted’ bananas or apples or peaches with a caramel sauce. The peanut butter syrup also sounded fabulous. That is the fun part of these little eblskivers you can go sweet, savory, simple or all jazzed up. You feel special when served these little treats. Thanks so much for offering the give away.

  882. Melissa says:

    Oh my god…my kids would love these. My husband and son would love these topped with blackberries and whipped cream while my daughter and I would go for strawberries and whipped cream.

  883. Natalie says:

    YUM! Need these covered in powdered sugar and dipped in syrup now!

  884. Caitlin says:

    Well besides eating them for breakfast with a side of maple syrup for dipping (my children and I love all things breakfast and make breakfast for dinner once a week) I would also try stuffing these with cheddar cheese and serving with a steaming bowl of tomato soup for dipping!

  885. Emily M. says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream–you can’t go wrong!

  886. Jill says:

    Raspberry jam and powdered sugar! Yummy!

  887. Beth says:

    Strawberries and whipped cream!

  888. Katie G says:

    Nutella and orange syrup. I make a great orange syrup.

  889. Kim VanDeWater says:

    I would top it with Chocolate Hagen Daas Ice Cream, fresh whipped cream anda drizzle of cherry jam.

  890. Marsapon in the middle ANC drizzle dark chocolate and whipped cream on top. Yum, yum….

  891. Jennifer says:

    Fresh strawberries, blueberries, real whipped cream and maybe some coconut syrup! Yum!

  892. Cora S. says:

    Peanut butter, chocolate chips, and whip cream!

  893. Jackie says:

    Fresh peaches and whipped cream!

  894. Kelly says:

    Probably cream cheese and jelly!

  895. Kristin says:

    Buttermilk syrup and strawberries

  896. Jean says:

    Cherries and chocolate. Or maybe ham and cheese.

  897. Julia says:

    Raseberries, pudding and cream.

  898. Sheila says:

    I’ve never heard of ebelskivers before, but they sound divine! I would probably serve them with fresh peaches and peach syrup for breakfast and stuff them with vanilla cream and drizzle them with ganache for a dessert later in the day :o)

  899. Katie says:

    Sprinles mixed in to the batter and then a powdered sugar glaze with sprinkles on top.
    Maybe for a birthday.

  900. Lan D. says:

    NUTELLA! And homemade whipped cream. Mmmm.

  901. Nancy D. says:

    nutella or maple syrup… yum.

  902. Jean Connor says:

    Ham and cheese, or chocolate and cherries. Both. Some of each.

  903. Johanna says:

    Maple syrup and powdered sugar 🙂 cinnamon sugar for the little one and pb for the hubby!!

  904. Tahnycooks says:

    Freshly made pastry cream and with a drizzle of hot salted caramel, oh, and some toasted pecans would be divine too!