This is one of my favourite dinner recipes. It’s delicious, requires very little ingredients, and is super easy to make. I would never claim that these are as good as the crepes in Paris because I mean, come on!.. but if you make them thin enough, they are pretty similar.
I don’t feel like this recipe needs too much of an introduction, just try them yourself, and see how delicious they are!
My children absolutely love them, and I hope you and your family do too!
(makes about 4-5 small/medium sized crepes)
- 1 Cup of Flour
- 1 Cup of Milk (dairy/non-dairy)
- 2 Eggs
- 1.5 Tbsp Oil (olive, canola, coconut, etc.)
- Pinch of Salt
- Approx. 3-5 Pieces of Cheese per Crepe
- Oil for the Pan
- Measure the flour, and pour into a medium sized bowl.
- Add the salt to the flour. Stir.
- Measure the milk in a measuring cup.
- Add the eggs, and oil to the milk, and whisk together.
- Pour the milk mixture into the flour, and mix together. (You can use a food processor for a quick mix, or you can do it by hand).
- Turn the stove to medium, and heat up a small/medium sized pan.
- Grease the pan with your oil or cooking spray.
- Pour anywhere between 1/3-1/2 of a cup of batter into the pan, and move the pan around to spread the batter thin.
- Wait until you can see the batter starting to set around the edges, and then flip over.
- Place 3-5 pieces of cheese (or more if you prefer) on one side of the crepe.
- Let the cheese start to melt a bit, then flip one half of the crepe over the other, and remove from the heat.
That’s all folks! As you can see, it only requires ingredients that you most likely already have in your house, and it’s also, super easy to make. You can even health-afy it up a bit by using whole wheat, spelt, or another kind of flour.
This is my go to dinner when we are short on time, or if I just don’t feel like making a big production out of dinner. Add some raw or cooked veggies on the side, and you have a quick, delicious, and healthy meal.
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