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A simple crepe which can be filled with whatever your heart desires; fruit, jam, applesauce or powdered sugar.
1) In a large bowl, sift together flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Stir in the remaining ingredients; mix until smooth.
2) Heat a lightly oiled griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. Pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle, using approximately 1/4 cup for each crepe. Tilt the pan with a circular motion so that the batter coats the surface evenly.
3) Cook the crepe for about 2 minutes, until the bottom is light brown. Loosen with a spatula, turn and cook the other side. Stack the finished crepes by putting wax paper between each one. Keep covered with a dry cloth until ready to eat
northt1 3w agoGreat basic crepe recipe. Has become my go to. As some have said melt the butter before adding if you add it at all. Perhaps the butter was intended for the pan?
Idida 1m agoUsed all ingredients on this recipe and just added cinnamon to the dry ingredients. I sift the dry ingredients & mixed the wet ingredients separately. Then combined them. Very smooth batter. My family & I loved them! Very delicious.
turowsb 2m agoThese are delicious, especially with Nutella and bananas inside. But I will use one egg instead of 2 to make the edges softer.
lenacalgary 3m agoSo good everyone stole each one off the plate before I could make the next one! Lol
garympriceq3i3 1y agoButter is good, but I use canola oil. I also like two or three more eggs and one cup more milk or buttermilk. Everything can be put in a blender for mixing without lumps. Let the batter set in the frig overnight. The crepes are a little bubbly if cooked right after mixing. Last week this recipe with the added eggs and milk yielded 24-30 nine inch crepes for seven of my grandkids. We ate with a savory filling of sausage, egg, kale, and potato; then for desert filled them with something sweet. I like them with lemon curd.
Carolynliz 1y agoWhile I haven't tried the recipe yet, it seems to me there's an easy solution to prevent the lumpy batter. Instead of stirring the dry and wet ingredients, why not whisk them together. As well, one reviewer said she/he melted the butter before adding it. P.s. Since I haven't made it yet, I can't rate it. But big oven requires some sort of rating in order to publish the review
Fm33913 1y agoMy wife's birthday is tomorrow and I plan on making these with raspberries with vanilla yogurt.
ees55 2y agoYum! These are easy to make and very tasty topped with fresh berries and whipped cream.
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