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Anna's Dad's Crepes

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Category: Breakfast
Recipe Created By: Anna McCartney


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4 eggs
1 cup flour
milk or dairy-free milk alternative


Beat 4 eggs. Add flour, and whisk in enough milk or milk alternative to make the consistency like heavy cream.

Preheat skillet over medium heat. Put margarine over skillet - make sure that all the area is "greased up".

Spread out on a skillet like a HUGE pancake. You can sort of tilt the pan so it goes to all corners. You want this to be VERY thin, not like a regular pancake.

After 1st side is cooked, flip and cook on the other side.

You can fill this with anything - either savory (ham and cheese, just ham, whatever), or sweet (butter + sugar or whipping cream or fruit or whatever). If you are doing a sweet one, it looks fancy if you sprinkle powdered sugar over the top.



I made one version with cow milk and one with rice milk. Couldn't tell the difference!


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