& a happy wednesday to YOU!
yesterday i was feeling all domestic & wanted to make something delicious that i had never tried before. so, for husbands lunch break, we had crepes! homemade by me!
they were so yumm to say the least! we had ours with a peanut butter & chocolate dip since its all we had at the house... (grocery shopping day is finally here though people, & you can bet we will be getting some strawbabies & nutella, oooweeee) anyhow, these were SO stinkin easy & delish that i wanted to share the recipe with you! 
happy crepe making!
1 cup flour
1 tbsp sugar
1 1/3 cup milk
1 tbsp vanilla
3 eggs
3 tbsp melted butter

1. In a large bowl combine the flour sugar and salt.
2. In a large measuring cup combine the milk, vanilla, eggs and melted butter. Mix with a fork to break up the eggs.
3. While whisking rapidly, slowly pour the milk and egg mixture into the dry ingredients. Whisk until very well combined. I keep the whisk in the bowl and continue to mix the batter occasionally as I make the crepes.
4. Heat an 8" non-stick skillet to medium heat. coat pan with butter. Pour ¼ cup of batter into pan and tilt pan so that batter covers pan in a thin layer. Cook until the edges start to lightly brown, about 30 seconds to 1 minute. Flip over and cook for a few more seconds until done. I sprinkle about a teaspoon of sugar over each crepe and roll them up & place them on a plate in the oven at 175 degrees to keep them warm until they are ready to serve.

original recipe found here (i nixed the salt, always do)
& having a little helper at your feet never hurts!

1 comment

Abby (Diligent Joy) said...

I love crepes but have never made them before. It's just one of those things that I never think of. These look amazing and not too difficult. I'll have to try your recipe!