This is the best recipe for crepes I have ever found.
I serve these with various syrups, fruit, picante sauce, or rolled holding, chicken, shrimp, crab meat, etc.
This makes crepes that are perfect....thanks.
cassie August 2, 2009 REVIEW:
I didn't measure out my flour or milk and the batter turned out fine. The only problem I had was that I couldn't flip them over,they didn't stick together, they fell apart. They looked terrible but tasted pretty good. I'll make these again, it was very easy and the recipe will be easy to remember! I had mine with blueberry sauce..yummy:)
CDKitchen Staff Reply: try measuring next time for better results
kerry November 15, 2008 COMMENT: My batter was lumpy and it also stuck to the pan! not sure if I did something wrong since it's fairly straight-forward.
CDKitchen Staff Reply: If the batter wasn't mixed smooth enough it would have clumps of flour that could cause the crepes to stick to the pan.
Liz aka Dark Orchid September 11, 2007 REVIEW:
this is a constant printed recipe
on my fridge. You can even reduce the flour somewhat and it still turns out wonderful!! Fill it with
savory or sweet stuff, and they will think you spent hours in the kitchen! I did add alittle salt though.
djasy-06 May 5, 2007 REVIEW:
I'm 11 and i made this for my whole family, it was really easy!
Guest Foodie January 11, 2007 REVIEW:
Simply the best easiest, classiest, tastiest recipe in the world!!!!
Just like the name says, this rich dessert is made with bread and essentially a custard sauce which is baked until set. Some of the variations on the basic recipe use croissants, pound cake, or even doughnuts instead of bread.