Gopfrich Crepes

Mmmm crepes..I love crepes. This is my crepe recipe and I must say..it makes some pretty darn good crepes. Especially when they are warm and you smear butter and jam on them and roll them up. If you don't know what crepes are, they are like a pancake. A very thin pancake. That you can put whatever you want on, just like pancakes, but then you roll them up. Very tasty and extremely easy and quick once you get the hang of it!


1 1/2 Cup Milk (we use soy)

1 Cup Flour

2 Eggs

1 Tbsp Oil

1/4 Tsp Salt

Vanilla Extract Optional (However much you would like)


Mix all the ingredients together. Heat pan to medium with some oil in it. Pour enough batter in so when you swirl the pan around the batter makes a nice thin layer on the pan. You'll figure it out, my first batches were a mix of too think and some thin hahaha. They brown quickly so be sure to watch them and then gently un-stick it with a spatula if its stuck and then flip it over. Wait until its brown and then done. Repeat everything. I use a bit more oil every time I make a new crepe, just to be sure they don't stick. We use metal pans and not non-stick so depends on what your pans are like.

Makes a nice sized batch, just cover and let them sit on the counter and eat as you please if you want or for breakfast. I just make them and snack on them when I feel peckish.

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