An elegant and tasty breakfast for Valentines Day. With a pretty pink syrup made without artificial ingredients!
Want to surprise your Valentine with breakfast in bed? These Ebelskivers are simple yet elegant and incredibly adorable!
As we mentioned in Great Aunt Boline’s Poppy Seed Bread we have Danish ancestry. We think it is incredibly fun to experiment with Danish recipes! It feels like a link to the past for us. We came across Ebelskivers a while ago and thought they were the cutest things ever! You can use your favorite pancake batter (or the batter for World’s Best Waffles) and have an elegant meal in no time.
What really makes these perfect for Valentines Day is our Valentines Day Syrup that we are sharing below. It tastes divine and is made without any artificial ingredients or colors! Can’t beat that for a healthy holiday!
Ebelskivers are very easy to make. We have posted a link to a video with directions to make them. We hope this makes your Valentines Day even more enjoyable!
½ cup maple syrup
½ cup cream cheese
1 cup fresh or frozen red fruit or berries (cherries, raspberries, strawberries, etc.)
On medium heat whisk maple syrup and cream cheese until cream cheese is melted. Add the fruit and stir until the fruit is warmed. Blend well with an immersion blender and serve over warm Ebelskivers.
The Food Nanny is our favorite version to show how to make Ebelskivers. Here’s a link to the episode! She shares a lot of other great Danish recipes on this episode too!
What are your favorite recipes from other countries?