What better way to start a rainy September morning than fresh crepes?
Fresh sliced peaches and ricotta filling. You say it sounds like a naughty thing to have for breakfast? Well, the crepe batter was soaked overnight (to aid digestion) and was made from 100% fresh ground whole wheat flour. The ricotta filling was sweetened with xylitol, and one filled crepe has as much protein as a medium-sized egg. (Wow, that means I had equivalent of over a half dozen eggs for breakfast! baby will love it!)
The only drawback – having to hop up and down from my seat to flip the next crepe every 30 seconds. Some day I shall be Queen and someone else shall make me crepes for breakfast every morning…
Oh man, I love Crepes, we had a person bring in some for a demonstrative speech one time, they were fantastic! Hmm, now you make me want to actually cook in the morning.
Well, now I wouldn’t even have thought about enlarging to “steal” the recipe! What a great idea lol. >>I’ve always wanted one of those crepe maker machines but the thrift store hasn’t provided one yet, lol.
When I clicked on the picture, the picture enlarged to fill my screen and I was able to write down your recipe. I have a recipe that fills them with chicken and a sauce for a dinner meal.>>Auntie
They look yummy!
Julia Marie says
Oooh, yummy! I’ll have to try those sometime…. are they practical for big families? 🙂
Sarah Parah says
oohhhh, looks <>very<> good, Trina! And, is that a Susan Branch book I spot? 🙂
Mmmmm….these look good! My favorite are Nutella crepes. Now that is naughty for breakfast, but I ate some in Paris and now I’m hooked! >>I’m hungry now!>>(Not sure if I’ve commented on your blog before, but I’m from the Sense and Sensibility forum and I read your blog daily!