Recipe by ChrisNf
"Umm Umm Ummm! This recipe was given to me by a friend and I just love it. Crepes with chocolate, strawberries and a whipped topping -- what more can I say!"
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semisweet chocolate chips
sliced fresh strawberries
frozen whipped topping, thawed
This recipe was great! It was quick and easy. However, I found that the batter was slightly thick to achieve thin crepes. So I added a little more milk and water. For variation, I added some vanilla extract to the batter and served them with nutella, bananas, whipped cream and syrup. DELICIOUS!
this was messy. Kids did not like it, but my wife did.
UMMMMM is right Chris! This was incredible and that's coming from someone who rarely eats desserts! I adore strawberries and it's one of the few fruits that I'm not allergic to, so I really enjoyed this. I'm not a whipped cream person, so I used powdered sugar, but the kids had a blast spritzing with the canned chocolate whipped cream. (by the way, I also thinned the batter) And Nan:), LOVED your idea using the nutella. Nutella rocks and I know that my younger daughter and hubby would love it coupled with bananas!
These will be on my Easter table. Bought ready-made crepes as a timesaver. Next time, I will make them per the recipe. Take the time to make some homemade whipped cream or at least buy it in the can form instead of using Cool whip. Presentation was spectacular -- I put all the crepes on a huge platter and put chocolate covered strawberries around it, dusted with powdered sugar and cinnamon. Great combination.
Yum! A few things though. Only got 3 crepes - batter is a bit thick - I would probably double the batter and make 4 or 5 (filling was plenty for 4). They tasted good (the crepes themselves) but could add extra sugar or vanilla to batter. Melted chocolate works well, syrup or nutella would work too as others said. Cool whip was fine for us :-)
They take 10 minutes and make a great dessert. Batter could be used for any crepes. Btw, nutella and bananas is a crepe served by a breakfast restaurant called Cora's - it's DELICIOUS :-)
These are one of the most addictive desserts I have ever made. They are fast and easy to make and you won't have to worry about left overs.Every must try these.
I've never made crepes before but this was easy ( I made a different filing with pineapple) very easy. Oh and I melted some Pillsbury frosting and drizzled it overtop.
I have tried out about three different recipes for crepes, and this is by far the best one. They were so easy to work with and tasted amazing. It was my first time trying chocolate in my crepes and I thought it was an excellent addition. I only had enough batter to make three crepes, but mine were on the thick side so that's probably why. This is my favorite crepe recipe and I will be making these more in the future.
* 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: 279
** Calories from Fat: 121
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