Crêpes | Easy Family Recipe

You can find crêpes year round in most French kitchens. They make fantastic breakfasts, snacks, lunches and dinners. My name is Alex. Crêpes are one of the first recipes in my family cookbook, and I am pleased to share it with our community!

How to prepare the crêpes dough

How to cook crêpes

The best part about preparing crêpes is all the fun around the stovetop and this moment when you have to flip the crêpe, in the air if you are adventurous.

1- Heat a nonstick skillet over medium-hight heat.
2- Spread a 1/4 cup of the crêpes dough to one side of the skillet. Then either use your spreader or you can simply very quickly tilt the pan in a circular manner to cover the pan in one thin layer. this is the most difficult part of the recipe as it requires practice.
3- Cook for about 1 minute and then flip the crêpe using a spatula or flipping it yourself as shown below. This is the funniest part of the cooking to share with your kids.

Now your crêpes are ready, all you need to do is enjoy!

Fillings options are unlimited, and that what makes crepes great for anytime, every day. For sweet crêpes we love sugar with lemon. For salty crepes, it all depends on what we have at hand, but ham and gruyere is a must try, no doubt! TIP: Crêpes are always tastier with butter.

Cookware that make it easier

Crêpes make everything better, including the lunchbox. Show us what you send in your kids lunches by uploading a picture on Teuko.com. Any family recipe that you would like to share with us? Submit all your ideas by email .

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