Easy Whole-Grain Crepes

January/February 2012

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This basic recipe makes a tasty wrap for any type of filling. In this method, we fold the crepe into a square leaving a little “window” in the middle to show off what’s inside, but you can simply roll the crepe over a filling or fold it in half. Try lightly sweetened ricotta and a drizzle of apricot jam inside or, for a savory crepe, fill the crepes with sautéed spinach, mushrooms and garlic.

Easy Whole-Grain Crepes

2 Reviews for Easy Whole-Grain Crepes

Easy and delish!

I used whole wheat pastry flour instead of white whole wheat and the substitution was fine. I found the recommended amount of batter made the crepes too thick so I used only 1/2 cup per crepe and the thickness and texture were perfect. Next time, I'd like to use two 9" skillets so I can get an assembly line going and make a bunch verynquickly.

Healthy and tasty
Whole-Grain Crepes

I made the crepes today. They turned out just as the recipe said.
There was 7 crepes-my husband & I ate 6 of them.
I stuffed them with shrimp & ham , sour cream and put grated cheese on top of them.
They were SO good, I plan on having them when our relatives come to visit next week.
Since I can make them ahead of time-I certainly will make them.
And anybody can make them. Just follow the simple directions.
I can't put a photo, we ate them too fast. Sorry.


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