8 Responses No. 64: New Year’s Eve madness Dec 2014 […] Need to fight some evil spirits of your own? Check out our fool-proof recipe! […] Reply Linda Dec 2014 Thanks for posting this! My mom always made these on new year’s eve, along with appelflappen (apple fritters) and sometimes banana fritters. She always used “sukade” (candied citrus peel) instead of fresh apple, which may not be absolutely traditional but its the BEST 🙂 Reply Stella Jan 2015 After fishing out of the pan, first let them drip off on kitchen tissue. And then the powdered sugar. But do have a try without the sugar. Reply TFLittlefoot Jan 2015 or get someone in NL to send you a pack of ‘Oliebollen mix’ =) Reply wimbersWimbers Jan 2015 For proper oliebollen you need some good beer to go into the dough. My grandma always did that and i’ve never had them as good ever since Reply Peter Sep 2015 Yes. Dark sweet beer (oud-bruin). Reply Sharon Hoogstraten May 2015 Put the powdered sugar in a small brown paper bag and then throw in a couple of oliebollen and shake it all about! Reply Katrina Dec 2015 How much beer to add? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.