What’s better (and easier) for brunch than home made crepes?
Don’t say cereal.
Never made crepes? If you have a blender, they take about 2 minutes to throw together.
Hello Olympic crepe brunch party. Ready for 17 days of TV in the summer?
USA USA USA.
Shoot. Should have thrown some blueberries in there.
Team USA Crepes
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 to 3/4 cup milk any type skim to whole
- 1/3 cup water
- 1 cup all purpose flour
- pinch of salt
- 3 tablespoons melted butter
Combine all ingredients in a blender and pulse 10-12 times.
At this point, batter may be stored in fridge for up to two days.
Refrigerate batter for one hour if time allows, but not necessary! Refrigerating will allow the batter to thicken a bit and produce a crepe that is easier to handle.
Heat a crepe pan* or small pan (6-8 inch) coated with teflon over medium high heat. Once the pan is heated, spray with non stick cooking spray or drop a small amount of butter into the pan and coat the pan evenly. Pour just enough batter into the pan to coat the bottom of the pan. Tip the pan until batter is evenly distributed. If the pan is heated properly, the batter should cook quickly. After about 20-30 seconds flip the crepe and cook on the opposite side. Cook for about another 20 seconds and remove to a paper towel-lined plate. Continue to cook the crepes until all of the batter is cooked. Stagger the crepes on the paper towel so they cool and the paper towel absorbs the moisture from the cooked crepes.
To serve, roll up fresh fruit in crepes and top with sweetened whipped cream and more fresh fruit.
See other topping ideas below.
-*No need for a fancy electric crepe cooker. I use a simple 6 inch teflon-coated crepe pan that I’ve had for about 25 years. You may also use a small teflon pan.
-Other toppings: Nutella, a popular chocolate spread in Europe is wonderful drizzled (heat up the Nutella a bit) on top of crepes or spread inside. Top with fruit and more Nutella and cream if desired.
-Cook several crepes ahead of time and have a crepe bar for brunch. Crepes may be served at room temperature. Serve with fresh fruits, nuts, Nutella, whipped cream, yogurt, powdered sugar, cocoa powder, etc. Let everyone build their own crepe.
5 thoughts on “Team USA Crepes”
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I loooooove crepes. And the olympics actually. I'm completely addicted
Beautiful looking crepes. I've been spending hours watching the Olympics, most of which is late night and early hours of the morning for us in the Southern Hemisphere. These crepes would make a great breakfast treat for some early morning viewing.
Such a great Crepe recipe! Thank you, Si!
My kids beg me to make this at least once a week. We love it with strawberries, Nutella, and whipped cream. Delish!!!