Pancake Puffs Cast Iron Set

 
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Product Description

Pancake Puffs Add pizzazz to every meal! Makes the perfect puff every time! Make the perfect Pancake Puff with the new cast iron pan! Now you can make Pancake Puffs from home just like grandma used too.Simply mix your batter! She might have called them German Pancakes, Dutch Baby Pancake, Danish Aebelskiver / Ebelskiver or even Puff Pancakes. They can be filled with apples, meat, cheese, pudding and many other fillings. Use regular pancake mix or make from scratch, recipes included. The pan makes 7 Puff Pancakes at one time! Forget frozen foods! Save time by making healthy, delicious new snacks with your Pancake Puff Pan. Use any filling-apples, pudding, jellies, meat, cheese-to create new and exciting hors d'oeuvres, appealing appetizers, and delectable desserts. Try some of the amazing recipes found in the included Pancake Puff Quick and Easy Recipe Book or get inventive and create your own. From apple puffs to omelet puffs to the all-time favorite pizza puff, the number of delightful creations you can make are endless! The pancake puff is not only great for quick meals, but it's also perfect for parties and special occasions! Pancake Puffs Includes: Pancake Puffs Cast Iron Pan Set of Flipping Sticks Quick & Easy Recipe Book Sugar Shaker Filling Injector Handle Holder Brush

Features:
  • Great for Hors d'oeuvers snacks and pastries
  • Use your favorite mix
  • Easier to flip
  • Set includes flipping sticks, sugar shaker, injector, and brush and handle holder.
  • Recipe book for quick and easy recipe ideas

Customer Reviews:

  • Great Device!
    The aebelskiver pan is genius pure genius! In India it was referred to as a "Paddu" Pan or aka "Dosa Ball Pan", for making these delicious vegetarian rice/lentil flour dumplings!

    My Mom would make these all the time when I was a kid...so to have my own pan and make the delicious dumplings my Mom made...is just pure awesome!

    My only concern is the "red handle holder thing"...since the pan is iron cast, the place holder does not hold up too well to the intense heat conducted through the metal handle from the base... The polyester melted...so use a proper overn mitt when handling...

    Otherwise great product to use and cook with!!

    -n...more info
  • Not so easy!
    I was so excited to get this kit, as were my children. It took a little trial and error to get the hang of it. There are several tricks to get the puffs to cook correctly and those aren't in the information guide. Also, the recipe book was a joke. I was very dissappointed in that aspect. However, once I figured out the tricks my children loved eating them. But in the end it is just easier and faster to cook pancakes or waffles....more info
  • Not so easy!
    I was so excited to get this kit, as were my children. It took a little trial and error to get the hang of it. There are several tricks to get the puffs to cook correctly and those aren't in the information guide. Also, the recipe book was a joke. I was very dissappointed in that aspect. However, once I figured out the tricks my children loved eating them. But in the end it is just easier and faster to cook pancakes or waffles....more info
  • Works Depending on the Batter
    I tried quite a few different batters in this today.

    Omelets didn't hold up so well. They just didn't really puff up and came out pretty flat and falling apart.

    Brownies did not work at ALL. I'm surprisedthey even advertised brownie batter. I had the heat completely on low and they burned and never really turned.

    Cake batter didn't fair so well either. They didn't advertise it but thought I would try it. I did manage to get a few to turn if I kept the batter thin, stayed on low heat, etc. But they just don't puff up well.

    The actual pancake batter was the only thing that worked, and it worked well. You have to keep the heat down low for sure, my setting was on number 1. You also have to use a fair amount of oil or else they will stick. They come out lovely as long as you follow those 2 steps.

    The down side is that you need a low heat so it takes a long time to make them. They are cute and fun for the kids, but to feed a family of 5, I would realistically need about 3 of them to make it work.

    I can't comment on the cleaning since I just got it today. I dried it down and oiled it so hopefully it will prevent rusting.

    I gave the rating a 3 because it does work well with pancake mix, and would be nice for 1 or 2 people. I would not really recommend it for a larger family....more info
  • pancake puff pan
    I got this pancake puff pan for my birthday. (I love to cook.) It was so kool. It was so easy to use and my puffs came out delicious!! Nothing stuck to the pan as I have read I have read in other reviews of this product. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to use it. Just make sure you spray with cooking spray.

    Love it!!!...more info
  • Non-edible Puffs
    This product is a disgrace to pancakes! My younger brother talked my mom into getting it. He even bought some brownie mix to make brownie puffs. When we tried making pancake puffs, we had to destroy half of them to flip them and only one survived. It was a little bit bigger than a quarter. When we tried making brownie puffs, it was even worse. They all got torn apart and burnt and I'm not even sure they were edible. We ended up returning it to the store. This is the last "As Seen on TV" product I will ever want....more info
  • Works Depending on the Batter
    I tried quite a few different batters in this today.

    Omelets didn't hold up so well. They just didn't really puff up and came out pretty flat and falling apart.

    Brownies did not work at ALL. I'm surprisedthey even advertised brownie batter. I had the heat completely on low and they burned and never really turned.

    Cake batter didn't fair so well either. They didn't advertise it but thought I would try it. I did manage to get a few to turn if I kept the batter thin, stayed on low heat, etc. But they just don't puff up well.

    The actual pancake batter was the only thing that worked, and it worked well. You have to keep the heat down low for sure, my setting was on number 1. You also have to use a fair amount of oil or else they will stick. They come out lovely as long as you follow those 2 steps.

    The down side is that you need a low heat so it takes a long time to make them. They are cute and fun for the kids, but to feed a family of 5, I would realistically need about 3 of them to make it work.

    I can't comment on the cleaning since I just got it today. I dried it down and oiled it so hopefully it will prevent rusting.

    I gave the rating a 3 because it does work well with pancake mix, and would be nice for 1 or 2 people. I would not really recommend it for a larger family....more info

 

 
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