I usually make the plain crepes. I thought I would try this recipe and instead of lemon peel I used lemon juice,they were really good. I also used strawberries for the filling and topped with redi whip cream. So filling.
Scrumptious and with a fantastic presentation. I filled ours with Maine wild blueberry jam and powered sugar. The instructions were very helpful, such that anyone could make thin crepes by following them -- including me! Thanks, Deantini -- my fellow Unruly! Made for ZWT6.
* Reviewed for Whine and Cheese Gangs visit to Scandinavia ZWT6 * Made these knowing that they were an authentic Danish recipe and my daughters both loved them. Stuck with tradition and used strawberry jam and sugar. Very easy to make and cook. Like a sweet crepe for us. Editting to add that we used the cardamon in these pancakes. Photos also being posted
This was really good! I loved it, and your instructions were very helpful. I enjoted it very much with your Mole Sauce (Chocolate Based).
I don't know what went wrong with these crepes. I made about half the batch before tasting them. I ended up throwing them all away & making regular pancakes instead. Sorry I couldn't rate higher. Made for 123 HITS
I served these with the abundance of fresh strawberries we have at the moment, absolutely wonderful
Very good. We had some blueberries leftover so we used them on these. Topped with whipped cream and some pecans. A great breakfast for the 4 of us. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
These were wonderful just wonderful, I made both variations and enjoyed both. The citrus pancakes were refreshing while the cardomon pancakes were spicy and comforting. I served these stuffed with strawberries and cream, sprinkled icing sugar over top and garnished with more whipped cream and fresh sweeten strawberries...yummo Thanks for sharing this lovely treat.