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Park Cafe Áebleskivers

Park Cafe Áebleskivers
Park Cafe, long known for their mouthwatering brunch dishes, serves their Ebleskivers with Blueberry Lemon Preserves. Photo by Cassidy Hurt

Have a house full of holiday overnight guests? Don’t stress! The Park Cafe in Charleston, South Carolina has a recipe for Danish Áebelskivers that will delight anyone that wakes up to them. Áebelskiver are little balls of sweet goodness similar to a pancake, except in this case the batter is cooked in a special pan that creates puffy, golden brown cakes. Park Cafe, long known for their mouthwatering desserts, serves them for dessert with Blueberry Lemon Preserves, but they are versatile and can also be served for breakfast or made with a savory batter and served with pimento cheese or figs and prosciutto for an afternoon snack.

Park Cafe Áebelskivers
from Co-owner Karalee Fallert of The Park Cafe, Charleston, SC