We love crepes at our house. It’s one of our favorite breakfasts. My husband is especially a fan of filling them with nutella and strawberries while I’m perfectly happy with just plain berries. Though, the nutella is delicious
I love that crepes are something that you can fill with whatever you want, savory or sweet. I also love that they are so much lighter than a pancake, but you still get full on them. Delicious!
Adapted from an old recipe from someone I can’t remember
1 1/2 Cups Skim Milk
4 Tb Melted Butter
3 Large Egg Yolks
1 1/2 Cup Flour
1 tb Vanilla
2 Tb Sugar
1/4 Ts Salt
Mix the wet ingredients in one bowl and set aside. Mix the dry together and slowly whisk into the wet ingredients.
Heat a skillet over medium heat with a little oil in the pan. (We use nonstick so I skip the oil. The first crepe is always ugly, but the rest are all perfect) Pour about 1/4- 1/3 cup batter into the pan, lift off the burner and swirl with your wrist to cover the entire bottom of the pan. Once the edges start to lift and curl, carefully flip the crepe. We prefer to use a rubber spatula. It bends and slides right under the crepe. If the crepe is sticking I can use it to carefully slide it under the edges first. Let the other side brown a little and remove to a plate.
Serve with fresh berries and nutella!