Monday, June 6, 2011
Crepes are probably one of the most over estimated goodies to make in so far as their difficulty, fear not friends and countrymen! you only need to keep two things in mind to make some dangerously tasty crepes; pour the batter nice and thin, we're looking for less than half the thickness of pancakes, and don't overheat the pan, low to medium heat is fine as long as you let it warm up nicely before pouring in the batter.
Let's begin, shall we?
Firstly, round up
1/3 cup milk
1 1/2 tsp melted butter
1/4 cup all purpose flour
and a pinch of salt
the original recipe I found called for 1 1/2 tsp sugar, but because of the fillings I'm using I don't think they need it. you are welcomed to add it in though!
mm, who doesn't love the timeless combination of peanut butter and bananas? also, no decadent breakfast is complete without one or two nutella crepes. It's just too bad my strawberry plants aren't ripe yet, that would be divine.
The next step is as easy as could be, simply throw together the wet ingredients, followed by the dry and whisk away. Your batter will be very thin, and don't worry about getting all of the lumps out because over mixing will cause a tough end product.
Enjoy the recipe, it will certainly help to shake off those Monday blues.