Christmas Crepes

Another recipe that goes well with Christmas Spirits and Holidays mood

This simple and easy to make Japanese style Crepes goes well with the holidays and festive moods and I learn to make this by watching the You tube from Cooking with dog

Ingredients : Crepe batter

  • 100 gr Flour
  • 2 Eggs (beaten)
  • 240 ml Milk
  • 2 table spoon sugar
  • 2 table spoon melted unsalted butter

Toppings :

  • Whipped Cream/ Custard Cream
  • Bananas/Strawberries
  • Choco sauce/ any fruit jams or sauce
  • Chopped roasted nuts
  • Ice cream
  • Any Christmas ornaments made from icing sugar

Steps :

  1. Whisk flour, sugar and beaten eggs until the batter is smooth.
  2. Add the melted butter and whisk until butter blend well to the flour mixture.
  3. Pour in  milk , whisk and once batter mixed, strain batter  to get rid of any excess lump.
  4. Cover the batter with plastic wrap and leave at room temp  for about 30 minutes.
  5. Heat a flat bottom pan on low heat, add a mixture to the pan to make thin crepe.
  6. Once the edge start to change color, flip to the other side and cook for another 10 seconds.
  7. Remove and cool Crepe on cooling rack.
  8. Slice the strawberries/banana into thin slices.
  9. Take 1 piece of crepe and put it on a plate, add whipped cream make V shape,  and place strawberries on the V shape area, add any sauce/fruit jams.
  10. Fold 1/3 of bottom part of the crepes  horizontally and then  roll the side of the crepe making a cone, wrap with paper and put on a stand.
  11. Scoop 1 spoon of ice cream into the crepe and garnish with banana, choco sauce, almond and Christmas ornaments (made from icing sugar).

   

    

   

Wish you a Blessed Christmas and Joyful Holidays…

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