|I did not make the food in this picture :)|
I debated getting one but it is too much trouble and I'm not sure I would get my money's worth from it. Also, kitchen space is getting to be more valuable, so I don't think I want to take up valuable space with this pan I can only make two things I know of with (the other being a Thai dessert).
So, with this dilemma, I decided I would just try to make regular pancakes with this mix.
I followed the recipe on the back of the canister, except I didn't bother to separate the eggs and whip up the whites as instructed. I didn't think I would need to do that to make regular pancakes. I whisked together all the wet ingredients (milk, 2 eggs, and melted butter) and then poured it into the dry mix. I also added some fresh blueberries.
I cooked it up on my griddle pan and sprinkled some powdered sugar on them. We ate them with some butter and maple syrup on top. We loved them! I think I ate three of them at breakfast and one later in the day as a snack.
I made these pancakes just to use up this mix that I already had. I'm not exactly sure if I would buy it again. They were really good but I tend to think William Sonoma is a little overrated and definitely overpriced. Mark said he would buy it again. I would like to try to make Ebelskivers one day, when I have a bigger kitchen to store all the kitchen gadgets. But I think I might wait until then to buy the mix again.