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Crepes

  • Icon Serve 1 serv
  • Icon Clock 10 min
  • Icon Dificult Easy
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Ingredients

Ingredients

  • 2 Large eggs
  • 3/4 cup of Milk
  • 1/2 cup of Water
  • 1 cup of Flour
  • 2 tablespoons of Melted butter

Double Batch Ingredients

  • 4 Large eggs
  • 1 1/2 cup of Milk
  • 1 cup of Water
  • 2 cup of Flour
  • 4 tablespoons of Melted butter

Quadruple Batch Ingredients

  • 8 Large eggs
  • 3 cup of Milk
  • 2 cup of Water
  • 4 cup of Flour
  • 8 tablespoons of Melted butter

Steps

  1. Whisk eggs. Whisk in milk, and water.

  2. Whisk in flour a little at a time.

  3. Add melted butter last and mix until everything is combined.

  4. Set griddle to medium low heat.

  5. Once up to temp, use a ladle to pour batter onto a hot griddle and use a crepe spreader to spread the batter out into a large circle.

  6. Cook until the edges start to lift from the griddle surface then flip them over.

Notes

– Cream FillingLarge Batch|
– 32 oz. of Yogurt (Lemon or Vanilla flavor)
– 16 oz. Cool Whip
– Small box of Vanilla Instant Pudding powder
– Small Batch
– 12oz of Vanilla Yogurt (Two small containers)
– 8oz Cool Whip (Half of the smaller tub)
– 3-4 TBLS Vanilla Instant Pudding Powder

Instructions
Combine yogurt and pudding powder.
Fold in Cool Whip. Refrigerate mixture to let the pudding set up. Then spread on half of a cooked crepe, add fruit of your choice, and finish with fresh squeezed lemon.

5 thoughts on “Crepes

  1. Red says:

    How hot should griddle be?

    1. Venessa Pixton says:

      Thank you for pointing this out to us, we have added an extra step setting the griddle to medium low heat.

  2. laurier1691 says:

    I sure hope I can figure this out I am a widow and I don’t usually fool around with propane although I’m going to give it a try I got it for hurricane season hopefully I won’t have to use it but I really would love to use it because it looks so cool thank you for all the recipes

  3. David says:

    Why are ya’ll saying 2 unit large eggs. Is it 2 large eggs or 2 dozen large eggs. Why not drop unit from all of the recipes and just put 2 large eggs?

    1. Venessa Pixton says:

      Thanks David. It must have been a standard initial setting. From our programming side it did not say that. We have corrected it and appreciate your feedback. Definitely not 2 dozen eggs 🙂

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