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Danicakes brings Europe to BYU-Idaho

If you are in the mood for a charming and affordable snack, then head over to the Joseph Fielding Smith Building for a Danicake.

“We had someone in our IBC company who served a mission in Europe, and we thought of doing Danicakes,” said Hunter Hawkins, a BYU-Idaho senior majoring in business management.

The real name of the Danish pancake is aebleskiver and can be used as a sweet treat or savory meal. Prices range from $4.75 to $8.38.

The pancakes are at BYU-Idaho until the end of the semester. Danicakes offers a range of flavors, like “The Lemon Blueberry,” “Pizza” and “Cinnamon Roll.”

Danicake’s mission is, “To enable a memorable experience that provides a joyful bite of discovery to our campus family.”

To learn more, check them out on Instagram or their website and get yourself a Danicake.

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