Aunt Eacy's Aebleskiver recipe
Also known as Scandinavian Pancakes
I suspect this recipe actually came from Eacy's husband, Christian Andersen, or his family, since he was the Scandinavian. A great Dane, actually.
You'll need an Aebleskiver pan for this recipe. It is a cast iron pan with seven indentations each about 1-1/2 inches in diameter and 1/2 inch deep. They are available in some cookware stores.
2 cups sweet cream
Beat egg yokes with sugar, salt. Add cream, flour, cardamom, & beaten egg white.
Cook in greased Aebleskiver pan. When bottom is light brown, turn over with a fork or a toothpick and cook the other side. For variety, add a piece of dried apricot or a drop of jam before turning.
You can substitute sour cream for the sweet cream but if you do, add 1/2 tsp. baking soda.