Mmmm….Crepes (and a pan review)

I have mentioned this before, but I love breakfast food.  But I hate mornings.  So every morning we eat cereal – easy peasy.  To solve the love of breakfast food, we have Breakfast Tuesday – – breakfast for dinner, every Tuesday.  The kids love it, and I love it even more.

Last week I made crepes – I had never made them before, but it was so Easy!!  They are going into the breakfast food rotation for sure!!  They are kind of like pancakes, but with a lot more egg – so I thought they were healthy because they’re low carb :)

You pour a little batter in a pan, then tilt the pan to spread the batter really thin.  Let the batter sitting on top of the poured spot spill over and cover the pan, if that makes sense:

Now let me take a quick minute to tell you about the pans I got to review.  Remember CSN?  Well they’ve changed to, and I picked these Kitchen Aid pans to review:

I used to have Caphalon pans, but the protective stuff was gnarled and scratched and I wasn’t that impressed.  These Kitchen Aid pans were amazing – but so were my old pans when I first got them, so be sure to ask me about these pans in 5 years.  Anyways, NOTHING sticks – see the crepe just slides right out!

 I even sizzled up a goey mess of apples and cinnamon and sugar, and it wiped right out:

 Great pans.  I’ve in love with them.

But back to the crepes – – mmmm.  The kids loved being able to add various toppings.  And they kept going back for more.  They were a huge hit all around!

 Mmmmmm…. I got the recipe by looking up one on AllRecipes, but I don’t even remember which one.  I’m sure they’re all about the same – it was pretty basic.


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  1. says

    Oh my goodness, Mandy!! You have never made crepes before? Welcome to the world of deliciousness! I ADORE crepes. I don’t make them often enough.

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