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    I finally got my new pancakepuff maker. For those of you who have no idea what im talking about here is the website http://www. pancakepuff.com . Anyways long story short! I finally got this darn thing after waiting 4 weeks to get it and was really excited to try some of the recipes for the upcoming big party. But one problem is MY SON TOSSED THE RECIPE book in the trash! ahhhh darn kids..hehehe. Anyways I have found a few recipes from the website but was looking to make more then just the 4 recipes they offer. Does anyone have one of these and can I pllllleeeease get the recipes? I just don't want to have to order another one just to use this thing...hahhaha

    Thank you in advance

  • #2
    Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

    I have one of those pans but a different brand. I don't have any recipes either. I did see a few on the net surfing a time back. Let me see if I can find some. Too bad about your booklet. Do you think you could ask them to send you another?

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    • #3
      Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

      https://www.pancakepuff.com/spark/index.php?tag=ppedseag100

      scroll down until you see click here to view cookbook they have sweet and savory recipes.

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      • #4
        Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

        My pan is called a "Aebelskiver".

        Type in "Aebleskiver Recipe" in a search engine and a ton of recipes come up.

        I know they are spelled differently but that is how the recipes came up.

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        • #5
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          [QUOTE=wishingstar;252982]https://www.pancakepuff.com/spark/index.php?tag=ppedseag100

          scroll down until you see click here to view cookbook they have sweet and savory recipes.[/QUOTE]

          LOL...you beat me to it, wish!

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          • #6
            Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

            [QUOTE=wishingstar;252982]https://www.pancakepuff.com/spark/index.php?tag=ppedseag100

            scroll down until you see click here to view cookbook they have sweet and savory recipes.[/QUOTE]


            Copied those, now I have a ton! Thanks!

            Guess what's for brunch Sunday? LOL

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            • #7
              Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

              Great link -

              http://www.aebleskiver.net/Recipes.htm

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              • #8
                Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

                Those little babies look good!

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                • #9
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                  WOW you both are faaaast!! I have never seen them before so I was really excited to use it this weekend. Thanks soo much to you both I really appreciate all your help.

                  And no they won't send me another one. They told me I had to order another whole set for $40.00.

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                  • #10
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                    [QUOTE=luv2bake;252990]Those little babies look good! [/QUOTE]

                    Don't they? I bought DH the pan at Christmas because he had been making brunch. It still has the wrapper on it. I will crack the whip on him come Sunday! LOL

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                    • #11
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                      [QUOTE=TasteeTampa;252992]WOW you both are faaaast!! I have never seen them before so I was really excited to use it this weekend. Thanks soo much to you both I really appreciate all your help.

                      And no they won't send me another one. They told me I had to order another whole set for $40.00.[/QUOTE]

                      YW!

                      Post back your results.

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                      • #12
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                        [QUOTE=Bean;252993]Don't they? I bought DH the pan at Christmas because he had been making brunch. It still has the wrapper on it. I will crack the whip on him come Sunday! LOL[/QUOTE]


                        Are you adding anything extra?

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                        • #13
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                          [QUOTE=luv2bake;252996]Are you adding anything extra? [/QUOTE]

                          Now that will be up to DH seeing he'll be cooking! But I am sure they'll sneak in!

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                          • #14
                            Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

                            I bought a cast-iron Aebelskiver pan last year. My boss' mom had one that she used when they were growing up.

                            I've tried it once, but they stuck in there so badly, it was awful. I can't figure out how to season it well enough to make it non-stick like our other cast-iron pans.
                            "What fresh hell is this?" Dorothy Parker

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                            • #15
                              Re: pancakepuff Maker Recipes

                              TasteeTampa, did you use your pan yet? We made these yesterday and loved them!

                              Thanks for the link Wish!

                              Luvs2eat, have you tried using butter before adding the batter? Mine is non stick so we didnít have any problems.


                              We filled a batch with raspberry jam, one with chopped jalapenos and another with raspberry jam mixed with chopped jalapenos. Topped with powdered sugar and maple syrup. Freakiní yum!



                              Basic Buttermilk Pancake Puff Mix

                              (You can use your favorite pancake or waffle mix)
                              2 cups bisquick mix
                              1 3/4 cups buttermilk
                              1 teaspoon baking soda
                              1 egg

                              Mix bisquick mix, buttermilk, soda and egg in bowl. Heat Pancake Puff Panô and brush butter into each well. Fill wells 3/4 full with batter. You can add fresh fruit, bacon bits or cooked sausage pieces in center. When bubbles form on top and edges dry out, turn. Cook other side until golden brown. Drizzle your favorite syrup, jam or preserves on top and enjoy.

                              Idea Selections

                              Fillings:
                              Jam
                              Jelly
                              Pie filling
                              Preserves
                              Honey
                              Pudding
                              Custard
                              Fresh Fruit
                              Meat
                              Eggs (use separated yolks)
                              Cheese
                              Chocolate
                              Whipped Cream
                              Nuts

                              Decorating Idea:

                              Sprinkle on powder sugar, cinnamon sugar. Roll in candy sprinkles or finely chopped nuts.
                              Drizzle with your favorite pancake syrup, fruit, syrup, honey, fruit preserves or sliced fresh fruit.

                              Source - Pancake Puffs

                              My Pics-

                              http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b202/sltrax/puffpancakes.jpg

                              http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b202/sltrax/puffpancakes2.jpg

                              I took this one for Luvís! See the jalapenos?

                              http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b202/sltrax/puffpancakes3.jpg

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