GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe – #BreadBakers (2024)

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GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe – #BreadBakers (1)

This month’s Bread Baker’s challenge is all about Pancakes around the world. I wanted to try these yum Danish pancakes since a long time and so I tried it with coconut flour to make it low carb. I also used erythritol as the sweetener as it is zero cal and perfect for my ongoing diet. Erythritol is mildly sweet and so if you love your pancakes sweet, then increase the amount. After using coconut flour for more than a month, I found that even a table spoon of it makes a decent portioned meal. It is highly absorbent and so if you are substituting it for APF, then for a cup of flour, you need only 1/3 cup of coconut flour. You can get both erythritol and coconut flour on Amazon. I will give the links for those.

The pan you need to make these pancakes is a special pan. It is so much like our paniyaram pan and so I didn’t have any problem. These pancakes tastes so much like the sweet paniyaram we make in Southern part of India. Next time I will be adding some grated coconut and nuts to the batter to make it more like our traditional paniyaram. Never feel worried that you can’t eat tasty when on diet. It is a myth. I make sure that I make varieties of food but just with all the restrictions in mind to make dieting fun.

GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe – #BreadBakers (2)

Makes 13 – 14 pancakes

Ingredients:

Eggs – 3

Erythritol – 1 1/2 tbs

Melted Butter – 20 gm

Milk – 1 tbs

Coconut Flour – 2 tbs

Baking Powder – 1/2 tsp

Procedure:

In a bowl beat together eggs and erythritol for 2-3 minutes or until double in volume.

Add melted butter and milk and beat to combine.

Finally add coconut flour and baking powder and beat until a tsmooth batter is formed.

Heat a paniyaram pan / aebleskiver pan. Grease the moulds.

Fill the moulds with batter and cook on medium flame until the bottom is cooked.

With the help of a skewer, flip the pancakes carefully.

Cook for a minute or two.

Remove them from the pan and serve them hot.

GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe – #BreadBakers (3)

GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe – #BreadBakers (4)

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GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe – #BreadBakers (5)

GF Low Carb Danish Pancakes Aebleskiver Recipe - #BreadBakers

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Course Sweets

Cuisine International

Servings 1 person

Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • Eggs-3
  • Erythritol - 1 1/2 tbs
  • Melted Butter - 20 gm
  • Milk - 1 tbs
  • Coconut Flour - 2 tbs
  • Baking Powder - 1/2 tsp

Instructions

  • Procedure:

  • In a bowl beat together eggs and erythritol for 2-3 minutes or until double in volume.

  • Add melted butter and milk and beat to combine.

  • Finally add coconut flour and baking powder and beat until a tsmooth batter is formed.

  • Heat a paniyaram pan / aebleskiver pan. Grease the moulds.

  • Fill the moulds with batter and cook on medium flame until the bottom is cooked.

  • With the help of a skewer, flip the pancakes carefully.

  • Cook for a minute or two.

  • Remove them from the pan and serve them hot.

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FAQs

What's the difference between poffertjes and Aebleskiver? ›

What's the difference between poffertjes and aebleskiver? Poffertjes (or Dutch pancakes) are usually made with yeast in the batter. Aebleskiver (or Danish pancakes) use baking powder. Also they are prepared in different pans.

Why are my gluten free pancakes chewy? ›

This gluten-free pancake recipe will turn out chewy if the egg whites have not whipped long enough or the batter was overmixed. Since the pancakes rely on the egg whites for their light and fluffy texture it is important to carefully fold the egg whites into the gluten-free pancake batter.

What does aebleskiver mean in English? ›

One of the most popular Danish Christmas treats is Æbleskiver. The name literally means “apple slices” in Danish as they were originally filled with small pieces of apple or applesauce.

What does adding more eggs do to pancakes? ›

Add an Egg

The egg will add richness to the recipe and make the end result taste like homemade pancakes. If your pancake mix already calls for an egg, try adding an extra one.

Why are my gluten free pancakes dry? ›

Gluten-free baked goods have earned the reputation of being dry and gritty. That grit—that evil grit! —is the result of gluten-free flours that are often high in starches and rice flour, which take longer to absorb moisture than regular “gluten” flour.

Why did my gluten-free cake turn out gummy? ›

Gluten-free baked goods often benefit from extra liquid to hydrate the flour blends, eliminate grittiness, and achieve a less dense or dry texture. However, it's very important to drive off this extra moisture during baking, or you'll wind up with a gummy texture.

What is the difference between poffertjes and takoyaki? ›

The pancakes are flipped over and cooked brown on both side. Unlike Takoyaki , Poffertjes do not have stuffing, so the pancakes are flatter than Takoyaki. The finished piled up Poffertjes pancakes are topped with a piece of butter and lavished with powdered sugar.

What is the difference between takoyaki and poffertjes pans? ›

They are not dissimilar to the pans the Danish use for their traditional aebleskiver (pancake puffs), or the Japanese for their octopus Takoyaki. The indentations in the poffertjes pan are shallower though, so they don't come out as spherical as the Danish or Japanese versions.

What is the meaning of poffertjes? ›

Poffertjes (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈpɔfərcəs]) are a traditional Dutch batter treat. Resembling small, fluffy pancakes, they are made with yeast and buckwheat flour.

What is a poffertjes pan used for? ›

You can use this pan just as well for American-style pancakes, for crêpes, mini-galettes or small meatballs and mini-burgers - and all that from the grill, too, because our poffertjes pan proves itself not only on the gas or electric stove.

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