Recipe by LESSA80
"This is a great egg-free version of the classic French crepe that can be used as as snack, lunch item, or dessert (this was developed from the vegan version)."
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I actually didn't refrigerate for 2 hours and they still turned out. This was a nice, simple recipe that worked perfectly for our needs. We ate the crapes with fruit and whipped cream. Yum!
I was excited when I found this recipe, because my 15 month old is allergic to eggs. Although the taste alright, it was very rubbery & he wouldn't have anything to do with it. I won't make this again. Thanks anyway Monica.
We found this recipe excellent. Prepared as directed it turns out wonderfully. We has searched in the past for an eggless crepe recipe for our family and had given up when a teacher gave us this one. Having someone allergic to eggs is challenging and is frustrating for the person who is limited on what they can eat. This one is a real winner. Thanks.
This is a delicious recipe that I made since my son has an egg allergy. I have almost no cooking experience and found the recipe easy -- and my wife liked them better than real crepes!
Make sure the pan is HOT before adding the batter and spread the batter very thin very quickly (swirling pan as per the directions). The result is really light and crispy crepes. A little powdered sugar on top makes them look great and taste even better.
The only problem is that I can't make them fast enough to keep up with how quickly they're eaten!
I asked my son what he wanted for supper on the way home. He said "those really thin pancake things you put strawberries in and stuff." So, always enjoying the health benefits of a vegan diet, I came across this egg less recipe. It was glorious. Tasted great! We couldn't wait the two hours in the refrigerator, so we iced the liquid portion of the batter after mixing in the butter. (yeah, the butter solidified but didn't affect the outcome at all). The challenge was to get the batter thin enough in the pan. Don't let the pan get too hot and smooth out the batter with your scooping spoon very thinly before it sets up.
These were awesome- Even without the eggs! I wanted to make crepes, but realized I was out of eggs! Then I found this recipe- It worked out perfect! I filled mine with Nutella and bananas---yummmm!
I tried to make this and was very disappointed. It didn't taste good, and the texture was very questionable. My children refused to eat it, and I can't say I blame them.
delicious and life saving recipe! i made this on mothers day for my mom and she loved it, as did i . great vanilla flavor and i dont know what those two are talking about because it had great texture and was not rubbery at all.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 287
** Calories from Fat: 138
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