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Easy French Blender Crepes

April 15, 2018
Easy French Blender Crepes

These easy french blender crepes are my kid’s favorite weekend breakfast. I love them too because they remind me so much of my childhood. I grew up eating these with a little melted butter and a sprinkle of sugar, so this is still my favorite combo. My kids and husband love it with any kind of homemade jam (especially this easy blackberry freezer jam or low sugar apricot jam) and sour cream, or nutella and strawberries.

French Blender Crepes

The secret to making really good crepes is getting a very smooth batter. I’ve tried many different methods to achieve this result but I love how simple, quick, and easy it is to use your blender. I love using my blender to simplify complicated recipes- like this 5 minute hollandaise sauce. It’s also how you get a very smooth batter for these crepes- it helps to break up all the lumps of flour that using a normal whisk just can’t do.

French Blender Crepes

 

French Blender Crepes

Easy French Blender Crepes Ingredients:

4 eggs
1/4 cup granulated sugar
4 tablespoons butter, melted
1 1/2 cups milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup flour

French Blender Crepes

Easy French Blender Crepes Directions:

Blend all ingredients together in a blender or food processor (or just whisk by hand until no lumps of flour remain)

French Blender Crepes

French Blender Crepes

Heat a medium-large non stick skillet on medium heat.

French Blender Crepes

Spray lightly with a touch of non stick cooking spray or melt 1 teaspoon butter and swirl around.
Pour batter into preheated skillet by 1/3 cupfuls and swirl around quickly so batter is evenly distributed.

 

French Blender Crepes

Cook 1 minute and flip to other side using a rubber spatula (you know the crepe is ready to flip when the edges turn golden brown. See picture below). Cook an additional 30 seconds or until golden brown. The second side always takes a lot faster to cook.

 

French Blender Crepes

Continue with remaining batter spraying with non stick spray every 5-6 crepes or as needed. *I usually use two skillets side by side when I make these for my family to make the process go a lot faster. However, if this is your first time making crepes, start with just the one skillet to get the skill down and when you feel comfortable enough with the one, add in another skillet to speed things up! 

Top with nutella, jam, powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar (my favorite topping!) and serve warm with a hot cup of coffee or a glass of milk. Bon Appetite!

Easy French Blender Crepes

French Blender Crepes

French Blender Crepes

 

If you love breakfast like me, check out this easy overnight french toast bake or these amazing overnight cinnamon rolls for a special breakfast everyone will love!

xoxo,

Irina

French Blender Crepes

 

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Easy French Blender Crepes

Ingredients

  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 4 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup flour

Instructions

  1. Blend all ingredients together in a blender or food processor (or just whisk by hand until no lumps of flour remain)
  2. Heat a medium-large non stick skillet on medium heat.
  3. Spray lightly with a touch of non stick cooking spray or melt 1 teaspoon butter and swirl around.
  4. Pour batter into preheated skillet by 1/3 cupfuls and swirl around quickly so batter is evenly distributed.
  5. Cook 1 minute and flip to other side using a rubber spatula. Cook an additional 30 seconds or until golden brown.
  6. Continue with remaining batter spraying with non stick spray every 5-6 crepes or so.
  7. Top with nutella, jams, or cinnamon sugar.
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