Recipe by MakeItHealthy
"I love this recipe because it is so simple to make. I have made it healthier by substituting whole wheat flour and 1% milk. I like to fill them with non-fat plain Greek yogurt and blueberries warmed in maple syrup. Yum!"
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white whole wheat flour
low-fat (1%) milk
non-fat plain Greek yogurt
After adding an extra 1/2 cup milk, these were truly delightful, healthy crepes!
The original recipe makes a batter that's too dense.
(A side thought: "Whole Wheat Crepes" would have been a much better recipe title.)
I forgot the butter altogether, used skim milk, otherwise used the recipe exactly as stated and they turned out beautiful and quick. I got 7 crepes and a mini crepe out of this recipe
its very easy to make used unsweetened almond vanilla milk on second batch a lot better taste...oh i mixed the wet ingredients first and then slowly added the four...also sift the flour if its been sitting awhile
It's a good basic recipe to use, I added a tsp good vanilla, 2 tbsp of cane sugar and some dried lemon zest to add flavor since I don't like syrup. Tastes great with fresh fruit. It really does make 8 crepes exactly. My daughters enjoyed them too.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Healthier Basic Crepes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 83
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