Friday, December 21, 2012

My Scandinavian Christmas day 21

I'm thrilled to announce Jennifer Hagler from the impeccable A Merry Mishap as day 21 of My Scandinavian Christmas. If you're just joining us, My Scandinavian Christmas is a series of guest posts from my favorite Scandinavian bloggers sharing how they celebrate the holiday season. A Merry Mishap is Jennifer's blog and shop where she sells her beautiful, geometric and Scandinavian-inspired jewelry. Welcome, Jennifer!

I wanted to share one of our Christmas traditions, something we look forward to making every Christmas morning. For the last few years I've made Aebelskivers for Christmas breakfast after my husband and I decided we needed to start a holiday tradition for our new little family of 3. We are not from Scandinavia but have a fondness for the culture and design so this just seemed like a natural solution.
Of course Aebelskivers are great with fruit preserves and Nutella but you can also stuff them with ham & cheese or even bacon, I love that they are so versatile. I prefer the buttermilk version of this recipe, this one works fine!

They're easy to make and delicious but more importantly remind us that Christmas is here. I hope you give them a try, and of course you can make them any time of the year, not only in December!

Thank you, Jennifer for participating in My Scandinavian Christmas. Check out her lovely blog and shop. Check out more of My Scandinavian Christmas here.

6 comments:

Annabelle said...

These look righteously delicious! I'm going to have to try these...

The House That Lars Built said...

me too! they look authentic too!

Traveling Mama said...

I just adore Jennifer and pretty much everything she does! I keep saying that I want to learn how to make these because they are one of our favorite treats and now I have new motivation!

Mammamsterdam said...

In the Netherlands they call them 'poffertjes' and are served with powder sugar, or chocolate sause, or whipped cream (or any combination of them)

The House That Lars Built said...

oh interesting! I thought they were just Danish. Good to know!

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