Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Aunt Else's Aebleskivers Starter Kit Giveaway!


 
Why oh why is Enzo licking his fingers?

Because of this...


I made Aebleskivers for the first time and thanks to some nice e-mails, encouragements, and a you-tube video  it came out great. Aebleskivers are traditional sweet Danish pancakes. Some people like them with a piece of apple in the middle. I decided to try savory kind with ham and brie cheese with Parmesan on top.

When the folks at Aunt Else's Aebleskivers offered me a starter kit to try out I was a bit nervous (o.k fine, I was very nervous). It just seemed too complicated. But then when I got my kit in the mail I was totally stoked, maybe it was the pretty packaging with red and white ribbons, or maybe it was the heavy cast-iron pan that could also be used as a weapon if needed.

In full disclosure I did get my starter kit for free but also in full disclosure I am loving it and I want to give you one too.
 
(above is a screen shot. For the actual product description and to purchase visit Aunt Else's Aebleskiver website) 

Giveaway Rules:
What do you get: An Aunt Else's Aebleskivers Starter Kit shipped to your home.

Who is eligible: Anyone with a U.S mailing address

To Participate: Leave 1 comment telling us what you would put inside your Aebleskivers.

For extra chances: You can leave extra comments for each of the following
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Giveaway ends: On December 11. Winner will be contacted via e-mail.



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115 comments:

Sarah D. said...

I'd like to put cheese and pear in mine.

sienna said...

i just like them with a little jam. they are delish.

Christina said...

Crumbled turkey bacon, finely diced scallions, cilantro and a little dab of sour cream and salsa.

Kaity said...

I would put a raspberry in the middle of each one. I have been wanting a pan for a while too.

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Danny said...

I would put white chocolate chips in mine.

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cdziuba said...

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Anonymous said...

i would add cream cheese

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janeh said...

strawberry-rhubarb jam would be great.....

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

strawberry jaqm

Fangirl Jen said...

I like to put either Strawberry Jam or Apple Sauce in my aebleskivers.

Fangirl Jen said...

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MP said...

I can't figure out how to subscribe, or I would...

MP said...

I do follow you.

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MP said...

I would put dark chocolate and cream cheese in mine. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

MP said...

If I win, I will, most certainly, write about this giveaway in my blog.

chelsea said...

i love cast iron:}

chelsea said...

oops..I would put turkey, mustard, and swiss cheese

Drew and Edith said...

i'd love to put fresh fruit and cheese

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Terri L said...

I think I would like it with a cream cheese filling. I would definitely go for the sweet, not the savory!

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Snack-Girl said...

I have had these and they are fantastic. I would use cooked apples.
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balancejoyanddelicias said...

awesome giveaway!!!
I'd definitely add nut butter with fruit jam! :D

suburban prep said...

I would love chocolate chips and toffee bits. Sounds wonderful and yummy.

Michelle AKA blabla3269 said...

yum raspberry or chocolate for me

~ Cee ~ said...

I might put some jam in the center. I've never heard of these, but they sound ABSOLUTELY delicious! Thank you for alerting me to this :)
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Missybeez said...

I would put Pepperoni and Cheese in mine!


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Beth said...

YUM! How about some Nutella and raspberry jam?

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Aileen said...

I would put some raspberry jam or nutella in mine.

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Anonymous said...

These sound wonderful! Like you, I would be nervous making these the first time, but they sound delicious. I would put in whichever berry is in season that is growing in our yard - strawberries or blueberries.

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aerialkabuki said...

I would put blackberry jam in mine.

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cariboucake said...

chocolate chips


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Kimberly L said...

I'd add small pieces of apple to mine

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De said...

I would put apple and caramel inside them. Yum!!

Destiny said...

Oh what a wonderful post. Id have to do mine half and half.

For me: Asparagus and ham sprinkled with a bit of kosher salt on top.

For my Vegitarian boyfriend: Asparagus and mushroom sprinkled with a bit of kosher salt on top.

For the sweet tooth: I say mini chocolate chips inside sprinkled with a bit of powdered sugar on top.

These seem so vesitile, i could go on and on ... but then id be salivating even worst then i alread am.

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EDRing said...

I would love to try them with Bluberries.

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mary sue said...

lingonberry jam - a little sugar on top

Love these!

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jsc123 said...

I would love to try the Aebleskivers with peaches and just a touch af cream in the middle.

Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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Becca said...

I have only tried them with jam so that is the first thing I would put in them...maybe I would try chocolate too. Thanks! sbcashortie (at) hotmail (dot) com

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Becca said...

I am following you on twitter (I am sbshortie) and I tweeted the giveaway at http://twitter.com/sbshortie/status/6394553818

Becca said...

I blogged about the giveaway at http://beccascontestlist.blogspot.com/2009/12/aunt-elses-aebleskivers-starter-kit.html

Ken said...

Apple and cinnamon inside sounds good. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

Michele said...

Thank you for the giveaway. I think that we would try cheese and bacon in them.

Linda said...

What a nice pan. I'd make them with an asian twist. Use savory and simple fillings, like green onion, roasted sesame seeds, and a bit of sea salt.

Ann (Healthy Tasty Chow) said...

I'd like to try some pancetta and peas in them - looks fun!

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AEKZ2 said...

Chocolate and custard sounds great.

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samsakara said...

I would put strawberry jam in them

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heaventrees said...

I love what you did with them, so I'd try a savory version as well and put a slice of chicken, a slice of ham and some cheese in mine for a Cordon Bleu sort of version.

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Smooshy said...

different types of cheese!

jaredandmatisse said...

I would put raspberries in mine, but for Jared, Nutella! Love your blog, Damaris!

karen said...

They would be fabulous with fresh peaches.

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ferriz said...

boysenberry jam! mmmm!

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Egare1 said...

We like sweet things, so I'd put a piece of apple in the middle of mine!

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missrantsypants said...

I'd prefer to go the savory way, and I would choose ham and some cheese as well!

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Hotsnotty2 said...

I would put different kinds of cheeses in them, thanks!

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amy said...

chocolate chips.yummy.thanks
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etrnlone said...

hard choice, first i would make some with rasberry jam
next i'd like to try them with brie in the middle
the options are never ending.
they look really yummy

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Deb K said...

My first choice would be cream cheese~Thanks for the chance to win!

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sherri419 said...

Yummy! I would like a piece of proscutto and mozarella in mine!!!!

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js22 said...

yum, ham and swiss inside them would taste wonderful!
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Pamela S said...

I would put blueberries and dust with powdered sugar. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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Maja said...

bacon, cilantro, cheese

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Aisling said...

I think cream cheese and strawberry jam would be great.

Jill said...

I'd put nutella inside! Then sprinkle with powdered sugar!

Deborah said...

I think the first time, I'd make a traditional Aebleskivers and use apple, but I like your idea of ham and brie. asthenight at gmail dot com

Carolsue said...

Apple pie filling
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naynays1 said...

I would add cream cheese and raspberry.
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Atreau said...

I would put apple slices and a little brie.

Jinxy and Me said...

I would put raspberries and chocolate chips!

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Gianna said...

I'd love to try some with nutella or cream cheese :)

masonsgranny59 said...

cream cheese and ham

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liliesrnice said...

slice of apple and raspberry jam.

purango said...

I would put strawberries inside them. garrettsambo@aol.com

Bakersdozen said...

I think I would use canned pie filling or strawberries and cream cheese. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Donna said...

I would like to try them with apple in the middle.
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