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Whole-Wheat Crepes

Spring 2004

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This basic crepe recipe is a tasty wrap for sweet and savory fillings.



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"I thought this turned out well for my first time. I had a little difficulty forming these so I ended up adding a bit more soda water to thin it out while cooking and that seemed to help. For the filling I used half vanilla yogurt and half...
Whole-Wheat Crepes Recipe

5 Reviews for Whole-Wheat Crepes

02/17/2013
Anonymous
Easy, delicious and impressive!

These are fantastic. I made a couple of substitutions...only had skim milk so I used 1 Tbsp butter instead of 2 tsp and instead of soda water used sparkling cider. I attribute my crepe pan (old style standard not anything fancy) to making them easy too cook. We ate them with sweetened ricotta, peanut butter, bananas and blueberries (mix and match).

Easy, healthy
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12/08/2010
easy and tastey

This is a great recipe. I searched all over the internet before settling here. I cook a lot (a lot!) from EW, so this is where I should have started. It's the only recipe with the sparkling water and it really makes a wonderful difference. I used all whole wheat flour, though (we use King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour for everything these days). Used these to wrap the EW Moo Shu Vegetables and they were perfect.

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11/21/2010

I thought this turned out well for my first time. I had a little difficulty forming these so I ended up adding a bit more soda water to thin it out while cooking and that seemed to help. For the filling I used half vanilla yogurt and half whipped cream topped with strawberries

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08/09/2010

The taste is great! I am a new cook and it was my first time making these. I had a hard time making my crepes into thin circles... I guess I need more practice.

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07/15/2010

My crepes turned out great! I had my doubts about the soda water at the end but it made them really light and bubbly! I will be making these again very soon....

I did let the batter stay over night in the fridge and it worked very well.

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