French Crepes

You may already use this recipe, or your own 
version of them.  If you don't, then you've got to 
try this!  We eat breakfast for any meal
around this household.  It is probably 
because I grew-up doing that and have a great 
love for egg-y things. 

French Crepes

1 1/2 Cup flour
2 Cup milk
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 tsp. salt
pinch of sugar
2 eggs
1/4 Cup melted butter

Whisk together the flour, milk, vanilla, salt & sugar.  Mix in the eggs one at a time, then add hot butter and chill for 1 hr.  (btw: I never add the butter to the batter.  I always use the butter in the pan and I rarely chill for an hour, it still turns out yummy).
Cook on med-high with lots of butter. Pour batter in frying pan and move pan around so that the batter spreads out and thins. Once it bubbles a bit flip onto other side.
Fill Crepes with nutela and bananas, fruit and powdered sugar, strawberries and yogurt, or squeese fresh lemon juice on and add powdered sugar (sounds weird, but is DELICIOUS!)

**TIP: I love swedish lingonberries in my Crepes with some powdered sugar.  I was ecstatic to find recently that IKEA sales lingonberries.  They are fabulous in Crepes or on German Pancakes.  I also tried some of IKEA's other fruit preserves from Sweden and I really liked them.  Just one more reason to like IKEA, right?


  1. I make these often and I they are absolutely delicious! I will have to try your recipe. Come visit me when you can at http://showmemama.blogspot.com

  2. My mouth is watering! This sounds like a perfect thing to make on a Sunday morning.

  3. That looks wonderful! I may have to hide this recipe from my husband or he will want it often.

    Every time I see your blog title on SITS I have to come over. I do love Pina Coladas.

  4. mmm...those look delish! i may just have to try this recipe!

  5. Yumm.. can't wait to try these...


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