Breakfast crepes




  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2  cup water
  • 2 tbsp melted butter
  • pinch of salt
  1. Mix wet and dry ingredients separately, and then combine.
  2. Over medium heat (on a stove or griddle), pour about 1/4 cup batter and spread out to make a large circle.
  3. Cook until one side is brown, and then flip and cook the other side.
  4. Fill with whatever you like, and enjoy!



This recipe is super simple and makes delicious crepes. You can make them for any meal and fill them with whatever you want, which is why I love them so much!

I made these over spring break for my mom and sister for breakfast one morning. One of them had strawberry jam and banana with it, and the other had strawberry jam and pear in it. I heated up the pairs over the stove, and it was delicious! And, of course, always sprinkle a little powdered sugar and berries on top. Yum! These crepes are more on the sweet side, but you could also make them savory, maybe for dinner! I’ve never made a savory one, but you could fill it with all sorts of veggies, or lettuce, or cheese.

I’ve only made crepes a couple times, so I was kind of confused on how I was supposed to spread them out on the griddle (I made mine on a griddle, you can also just use a pan over the stove). My sister, Ruby, came along and showed me how because she’s the “expert” she says. How you do it – pour the batter on, and then spread it out it circles to make it thin and bigger. If you are doing it in a pan, just swirl around the pan until the batter spreads out. This makes it so they are cooked perfectly every time!

This recipe makes a lot of crepes, so you might have left overs. We just put ours in the fridge, and put some jam in it the next morning for a quick breakfast. They are so yummy and you can’t go wrong with them!

I definitely recommend trying these out, and if you do, comment how  you liked them!          Thanks for reading and have fun cooking!

🙂 Angel






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