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Strawberries and Cream Crepes

Apr 19





I believe that every woman should have a specialty when it comes to cooking- a go-to, adaptable item that is always a hit. I have a friend that makes the most amazing cupcakes, and another who’s casseroles are to-die-for. My signature dish is crepes. My mom made simple crepes for me as a child with butter and maple syrup. Since then I have come up with many different crepe options, both savory and sweet. This recipe is an easy one to start with if you have never made crepes before, and is delicious at any time: morning, noon, or night. Most ingredients are probably already in your cupboard or fridge. I use an ancient electric skillet (someday I will own a crepe pan!) but you can use a large stovetop skillet as well.


Steps to make crepes


Strawberry Creme:

2 c Sliced Strawberries

1/4 c Sugar

1 pkg. Softened Cream Cheese

1/4 c Powdered Sugar

Crepe Batter:

2 T Sugar

1/4 tsp. Vanilla

2 Eggs

3/4 c Milk

1 T Butter

1/2 c Flour

1/4 tsp. Salt


Whipped Cream

Powdered Sugar

Berries of Your Choice

To Make the Strawberry Creme:

Combine strawberries and sugar and chill. Mix cream cheese and powdered sugar. Stir in chilled strawberries.

To Make the Crepes:

Combine all ingredients in food processor. Pour about a six inch circle of batter onto a greased skillet (350 degrees for electric, medium high for stovetop). Swirl the batter into a 10-12 inch circle. The crepe will be done when the edges are turning golden brown. Transfer the crepe to a plate, and fill with the cream. Fold the crepe in half and top with whipped cream, powdered sugar, and berries.

Serves 4



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5 Comment to “Strawberries and Cream Crepes”

  1. Hubby and I were just speaking of trying to make crepes …think we just found our Easter morning breakfast…served with mimosas ! By the way you are just too adorable!

    Apr 19, 2011
    • Thanks:) Let me know how they turn out!

      Apr 19, 2011
  2. That sounds delicious! I am totally going to make those. Maybe when I have when I finally get Nate’s Aunts over here.

    Heather Richmond
    Apr 18, 2011
    • Some people flip them over, but I just cook one side to get a mix of soft and crispy textures! Let me know how they turn out:)

      Apr 18, 2011
  3. Do you need to flip the crepe over and cook both side like a pan cake?

    Heather Richmond
    Apr 18, 2011
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