Recipe by DancingCupcake11
"My spin on the classic crepe. The apple filling gives them a nice flavor and my family loves them!"
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Granny Smith apples, peeled and diced
1 1/2 tablespoons
vegetable oil, divided
I thought this recipe was excellent. It would be a very good item to prepare for a brunch or a hearty breakfast. Besides tasting great, it was easy to prepare. I followed the crepe batter recipe exactly as written.
When I made the apple filling, I noticed that it got dry very quickly. Maybe I had the flame setting too high on my burner. Since I was worried about scorching the cinnamon and sugar, I decided to add some apple juice. I added 2/3 cup of apple juice. It thickened up nicely with the sugar, cinnamon, and cornstarch. At the end I decided to add 2 Tablespoons of butter.
I highly recommend that you try this recipe. I love that it uses very common pantry ingredients. If you don't happen to have any apples at home, you could just spread some preserves or jam on these crepes. This apple recipe reminded me of apple pie. Thanks Dancing Cupcake for a very nice recipe that will impress anyone you serve it to. Enjoy!
I used the apple filling part of the recipe, as I have my own crepe batter. TOO MUCH CINNAMON!!!! Not impressed. Had to rinse the apples, cook them a little more with some water and sugar, and mixed them with some dolce de leche (caramel mixture) to give them a better flavour.
Very nice recipe. I did have to add more milk than the 1 1/2 T called for after the batter rested. It was pretty thick and I wanted the batter to be able to spread easily in that pan. These could be made ahead of time and assembled just prior to serving. A very pretty dish. Thanks.
I used the recipe for the filling with the "Dessert Crepes" recipe for the actual crepe, so I can't say whether that "crepe" part of this recipe is good, but the filling was yummy.
I made it with half red apples & half granny smith so it came out pretty sweet, but my group liked that. It was easy to make & hard to mess up given that I was only half paying attention while I was making it.
I filled the crepes once with just the apples, which everyone liked, & then I made another batch where I put a little creamy peanut butter & some melted chocolate sauce on the crepe first, and then filled with the apple filling. That sounded gross to me at first, but it was actually really yummy if you like chocolate peanut buttery desserts.
I am 15 and I made these for my mom for Mother's Day. This was my first time making crepes and they turned out amazing! This is a noce and easy to follow recepie!
Delicious. I even added some cream cheese to the apples for extra fatty yummyness.
Easy recipe that got great reviews from friends and family at our Christmas Eve Brunch. The filling was delicious. I let the crepe batter sit in the refrigerator overnight. I only used 1/4 cup batter per crepe for a 7 inch frying pan as the crepes were too thick with 1/3 cup. The crepes are time consuming but easy. I was baking cookies (from frozen homemade cookie dough) and preparing other recipes for the brunch while cooking the crepes so they didn't require full attention (great for an ADD cook!). I will make these again!
My kids loved this!!! It was super easy to make!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Apple Cinnamon Crepes
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 133
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