We stood around and watched this interesting process.
She used a little stick (that came with the pan) to slowly turn the balls of batter as they browned on the bottom.
This resulted in balls of cooked, browned batter...
with holes in the middle, and semi-empty in the centers.
Here's our very interesting breakfast treat! I don't have any photos of us eating them, as they disappeared rapidly! She served them with jam, syrup and/or applesauce. She showed us how to break them open, put a little butter in and then the topping of your choice. My favorite turned out to be raspberry jam...yum! We all liked this novelty, and talked about how Julie's children would all think it really fun to have 'balls' for breakfast!