.:: { Kitchen } Crepes ::.


I live for easy weekend mornings – simple breakfast, a cup of coffee and cross stitch. Combine all three, and I’m a happy girl. It was drizzling and cold this morning, and I wanted to whip up something nice but easy – like crepes! It takes very little time to make and superbly delicious. Perfect for a lazy cold morning when all you want to do is snuggling inside your home!


I recently discovered Entertaining with Beth YouTube channel and I’m hooked. She has great cooking/baking tips with clear instructions for each recipe – a very informative and enjoyable watch. Watching her videos instantly makes me want to jump to the kitchen and recreate her recipes! I adapted this crepe recipe from one of her video and I’m really pleased with this great recipe! The batter is light and smooth and easy to swirl onto a pan. The resulting crepe is not too sweet on its own, making it perfect when topped with chocolate sauce or powdered sugar and slices of fresh fruit.


Adapted from Entertaining with Beth

1 cup plain flour
1 tbs sugar
1/4 tsp salt
2 cups milk
2 eggs, beaten well
60 gr butter, melted

1. Combine flour, sugar, salt. Pour milk and whisk together until smooth. Add beaten eggs, then melted butter, mix well.

2. Spoon batter with a 1/4-cup measuring spoon to a skillet on a medium heat. Swirl until it completely covers the bottom of the skillet and cook for 1 minute, or until the crepe is slightly moist and golden underneath. Gently flip the crepe upside down and cook for 30-40 seconds on the other side.

3. Serve warm with your choice of toppings.


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