Recipe Review

This Recipe Perfectly Makes Crepes for Two

published May 12, 2017
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If you’re still scratching your head about what to give your mom this Sunday for Mother’s Day, don’t stress — you can always make her something! This recipe perfectly makes crepes for two, so you can spend less time at the stovetop (and more time with Mom!) and sit down to a fancy-ish breakfast together.

The batter for these crepes come together quickly in a blender. Just throw some milk, egg, sugar, flour, salt, and melted butter in there and blend for a quick 30 seconds or so. The important step is to let the batter rest for about five minutes before ladling it into the pan.

This recipe yields exactly three large crepes, so cut one in half and serve one-and-a-half crepes on each plate. Serve with plenty of powdered sugar and some fresh fruit (and maybe some shaved chocolate or chocolate sauce, because today is a special day) and dive in!

These thin eggy, custardy crepes don’t need much to accompany them, but if you want to mix up a breakfast beverage or cook a side of bacon, I’m sure Mom would love it.

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