19 Reviews

Great Recipe! I subtracted a little bit of butter on the first try, so I can't say that I followed it exactly.

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Queen Emily June 05, 2010

I like crepes you can eat with your hands, but there's way too much butter in this recipe for that. If you have a non-stick pan, I'd recommend leaving the butter out entirely, just put a bit on the pan.

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Sam Barnum #2 October 23, 2009

For those of you using metric measurements, 5 tablespoons of melted butter is equal to 50 gr of butter. Excellent crepe recipe - and I am really happy that the batter does not include sugar. In fact, they are delicious! We did not have time to let the batter rest in the fridge for an hour - we could only hold out for about 10 mins and the crepes turned out perfectly. My son said they taste just like the French crepes that we buy from the creperie as a treat.

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Simone's gone swimming October 13, 2009

Very simple - I used an immersion "stick" blender in a glass measuring cup and works very well. I reccommend straining the mixture to remove those little bits of egg that don't blend in. Also add a little sugar or a packet of diet sweetener just to add a touch of sweetness to the batter itself

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lindenwoof August 28, 2009

Easy and delicious! Was nervous at first because there was clumps in the batter..but once I poured the batter onto the pan...they came out great!!!!!!!! thx:) I spread nutella all over the crepe along with almonds, sliced bananas, strawberries and closed the crepe and placed powered sugar on top! sooo goood:) I think next time I will make sure to use a BLENDER and Not a food processor...I think that is why it was clumpy.

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dabkeh August 25, 2009

OMG, this recipe worked so well!! I made it with just sugar and we couldn't get enough! Also tried some savory toppings and it was absolutely deliscious.

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Rb85 June 27, 2009

This worked great for me. Large family so I did 1 1/2 times everything. Ended out with about 18 small crepes. I filled the middle with leftoverchicken with broccoli and cauliflower in a cream sauce and everyone loved it. Then the others I filled with berries cooked with apple juice and thickened a little, then mixed with light whipped topping for a very light and good dessert. Crepes have become one of our Friday night fun meals. Thanks!

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michelelord February 20, 2009
Crepe Batter