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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Crepes

First I have to give a shout out to my dad.... since it is Fathers day after all. My dad is the coolest dad ever and I love him more than I can say. I would do a whole blog post about it.... but I did last year, and everything I said then is still true now. So if you missed hearing how cool my dad is.... check it out here.

It has been a while since I have done a recipe, mostly because I was on the crazy diet. But I'm not anymore, so it has been fun and exciting to cook again. I just hadn't tried anything new... until tonight. It is silly really. It is not like I have never had crepes before... I had just never made them myself. My family didn't really ever have them growing up. They sure are good though, especially for dessert! So my friend Jeanna, who is pretty much the crepe EXPERT, showed me how it is done tonight. Taught me how to do it and then had me make a few for her roommates birthday celebration.

For those of you who have not made them before like me... the recipe is simple. It can fit on a small ripped off piece of paper... like Jeanna has here.



You throw it all in a blender. Mix it.



Then you pour some in a pan, make sure the layer is real thin. When it starts to bubble, you flip it and let it cook on the other side.


Then its topping time! We used Nutella (one of the best things ever made) sliced up banana's & strawberries, whipped cream and powdered sugar.



YUM!!!



Here is Jeanna (my Crepe teacher) and I after making my first Crepe. Tender.

4 comments:

politicchic6 said...

I ALSO love crepes, but never make them. Alan has a really excellent crepe recipe, so he makes the crepes and I invent fillings. I like savory crepes the best!

jamie hixon said...

I just decided. THIS is what you are going to make for me in a couple days.

Jeanna said...

mmmmmm.....those were so good! I believe you are a Crepe Master in the making!

Bethany and Shanam said...

I just made these for breakfast and they were so easy and delicious! Thanks for sharing! Shanam thanks you, too :)