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Jen encourages women to embrace both the beauty and bedlam of their everyday lives at BeautyandBedlam.com. A popular speaker, worship leader, and author of Just Open the Door: How One Invitation Can Change a Generation, Jen lives in North Carolina with her husband, five children, and a sofa for anyone...

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  1. This look much easier – and tastier – than the resurrection cookies I’ve seen recipes for! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I have to share a cute story about this. I tried these yesterday with my two boys, ages 5 and 3. I read the accompanying Bible passages to go along with the story as we made the rolls together. I explained how we were wrapping Jesus in the linens and placing him in the tomb. After we got the rolls out of the oven and let them cool, we opened them up and I asked, “So, where is Jesus?” My oldest, a literal one, says, “He melted!” 🙂 I said it’s true, the marshmallow did melt. Then I explained how He is risen, which means that He is living. Love the minds of the little ones.

  3. These are awesome! I will definitelly be making these with my toddlers. I have been trying to find a good way to share the true meaning of Easter with them. At 2 and 3, I think this will be an excellent way to help illustrate the point.
    Thank you so much! I am going to share with my readers as well.

  4. Thanks for sharing this! I know my kids will love it, and I’ll love being able to give them a yummy object lesson. 🙂

  5. I love this idea, I’d only heard of the cookies so this is definitely perfect for our family as they LOVE crescant rolls.

  6. So nice to meet you. Drop by and have a visit.

    I love this tradition. I haven’t heard of these before, but it is so fun to have something
    that portrays the real meaning of Easter! We will have to try this.


  7. […] Coconut Flour Aebleskivers 08 Apr Breakfast is definitely my favorite meal of the day, in fact I could eat breakfast food for all my meals, I love it that much.  I was recently watching The Best Thing I Ever Ate… on the Food Network, the Breakfast Food episode where Aaron Sanchez was eating these little fried puffed pancakes dunked in warm maple syrup…I had to have them!  I started doing some research on what exactly they were and how I could make them healthier, of course.  I searched for puffed or stuffed pancakes and the only thing that popped up was Aebleskivers, which are traditional Danish pancakes in the shape of a sphere…in America that simply means a puffed pancake.  I couldn’t wait to try to make them and knowing this also meant I was going to get a new pan as well!  I had seen the stuffed pancake pans in Williams Sonoma but for some reason they were never that appealing to me, that is until I saw those babies on TV, who knows…I may have just been hungry that day!  At any rate, I have experimented a bit with several gluten-free pancake recipes and a few different fillings, the possibilities are endless with this breakfast food.  If you are not gluten-free a simple buttermilk pancake mix works beautifully along with any filling.  Gluten free mixes are a bit more challenging as you will need to make sure the batter is pretty light and airy otherwise the Aebelskiver will not cook all the way through and will be slightly doughy in the middle, ick.  Now, since I am grain-free as well, I wanted to try to make the Aebleskivers with a coconut flour pancake recipe…to be perfectly honest I didn’t expect them to turn out, especially on the first try.  Surprise, surprise, this was actually my most successful attempt…they were perfect, light and airy, done in the middle and YUMMY! Aebleskiver with honey drizzle I used the Coconut Flour Pancake recipe from Cooking with Coconut Flour by Bruce Fife and stuffed them with chopped apples that I heated on the stove with some apple juice and cinnamon until they were soft.  The picture here shows them topped with a honey drizzle, they are also great dunked in maple syrup.  I eat mine with some additional cinnamon apples on top and a dollop of fresh whipped cream rather than syrup or honey…although they are great plain or hot off the pan with some butter too. Serve these with a side of homemade Maple Sausage and your good to go!!! Coconut Flour Aebleskivers 2 eggs 2 T. coconut oil or butter, melted 2 T. coconut milk or whole milk (any nut milk would work here too) 1 t. palm sugar (or other sweetener) 1/8 t. salt 2 T. coconut flour, sifted 1/8 t. baking powder (grain free) 1/4 cup filling of your choice (cinnamon apples, raspberry jam, chocolate chips, almond butter and banana) Blend together eggs, oil, coconut milk, sweetener and salt.  Combine coconut flour and baking powder and thoroughly mix into batter.  Let batter set for about 5 minutes, it will be thick. Heat Aebleskiver pan over medium heat, brush each cup with melted butter or coconut oil.  Spoon 1/2 T. of batter into each cup, place filling into the center of the mixture, top with and additional 1/2 T. of batter.  Use a spoon or chopsticks to turn the pancake over when the bottom starts to brown and cook until golden on both sides.  Remove from pan and serve warm. Makes 7-9 Aebleskivers. ***Please note there is not much sugar/sweetener in this recipe, if you desire a sweeter pancake you may add up to 2 T. of palm sugar, agave, maple syrup or honey. A few last thoughts…to date I have not perfected the Aebleskiver with a gluten-free pancake recipe, the ones I’ve tried so far all tend to be too doughy, next I will be trying my Quinoa Pancake recipe so stay tuned on updates.  Also, there are so many variations for an Aebleskiver, sweet, savory, breakfast, appetizer…the options are limitless so I think the investment in the pan is well worth it.  Enjoy! This recipe is shared at: Slightly Indulgent Tuesday & Tasty Tuesday […]

  8. Oh yum! I’ve heard of these before but never seen a recipe for them. Thanks for sharing. I’m going to try this with my kids!