READY IN: 1hr 15mins
Recipe by Aroostook

I love these light crepes as a main course dish or as a dessert wrap. Remember not to add too much batter to the pan as these should be very thin.

Top Review by HeatherFeather

These were a breeze to make and came out great. They went over very well with my family - they kept eating them as fast as I could make them. I sprinkled the warm crepes with cinnamon sugar and folded them up to serve as a quick snack. Note: I got way more than 6 for the yield - I think it was somewhere between 12-15 crepes total, using an 8" pan. Thank you for a fast, easy, and tasty recipe that I will use again.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put the flour into a mixing bowl.
  2. Add eggs into the bowl and stir completely.
  3. Next add salt, oil, and milk and mix thoroughly.
  4. When finished stirring let the batter set at room temperature for 30 minutes.
  5. Cooking: Pour two tablespoons of oil into a small bowl.
  6. Cut the potato in half and remove the skin the around flat end.
  7. Stick the fork into round end of the potato and dip it into the oil.
  8. Place a small non-stick fry/crepe pan over medium heat.
  9. Lightly grease pan with the flat end of the potato.
  10. Add a small amount of crepe batter to the pan.
  11. Immediately twist and turn the pan to cover the surface.
  12. The crêpe should be lightly browned on both sides.
  13. It is recommended that you cook as many crêpes as possible and refrigerate the leftovers.

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