Chocolate Breakfast Taco (Crepes)
photo by Boomette
- Ready In:
- 2hrs 30mins
- 2⁄3 cup flour
- 1⁄3 cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 egg
- 1 egg white
- 1⁄4 cup vegetable oil
- 1⁄4 cup skim milk
- Mix all dry ingredients together in a mixing bowl.
- Add all liquid ingredients and stir until batter is smooth & creamy.
- Let batter rest in the refrigerator until the air is settled, about 2 hours.
- When ready to prepare crepes, heat crepe pan over medium heat & pour a small amount of the batter into the hot pan. Rotate the pan until the batter is cooked through & then turn to cook the other side.
- When done remove from pan & let cook on a rack.
- Store until ready to serve.
- May be made 1-2 days in advance.
- Fill with seasonal fresh fruit, sorbet & garnish with flowers from the garden.
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Reviewed for ZWT3. The whole family ate these for breakfast this morning and went cray for them. I filled them with fresh strawberries and poured a little homemade strawberry sauce over the top - divine! Easy to make, I didn't leave the batter to settle longer than 2 minutes and the crepes were perfect. Can't wait to have these again!!!
OK I followed this exactly, checked and double checked to make sure I did it right...my batter was way more like a dough. It was not porable like the recipe said.....and that was the only negative thing!!! The taste was great and after watering it down with more milk it worked just fine! A great valentines breakfast for my crew..thanks for the recipe!
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