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Yummy Breakfast alt for these hot steamy days

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Yummy Breakfast alt for these hot steamy days

Kitchen Queen | Jun 25, 2006 07:37 AM

Well I live in the valley..............

I discovered at T.J's, their box of Swedish pancake mix. I treated this as a crepe mix. So easy to use. I don't even measure....Just pour some mix into a bowl - maybe 1 cup for 4 crepes. Mix in enough H2O to create a thin batter, thinner than traditional pancake batter. Butter a small skillet/crepe pan and heat to medium -don't burn the butter. Pour batter into pan and swirl around to expand beyond the pan bottom. This cooks very quickly so swirl quickly. Let crepe brown slightly and bubble underneath. Then flip to brown and bubble otherside -maybe 3-5 minutes. Remove from pan and make more. I stacked on a dinner plate. Then when finished, I left pan as is and added fresh sliced white peaches and strawberries. I added a little more butter and sprinkled sugar on top. I cooked just a minute or two to take the rawness off. I also carmelized bananas. Once fruit cooled a bit, I alternated the fruit into the crepe and rolled. For a couple, I also added fresh whipped creme inside. For my own crepes, I poured a bit of T'J's Maple Creme Top yogurt over the whole thing! It was so yummy, light and very refreshing for a warm Saturday morning.

The process took less than 30 minutes and had plenty that I shared with the apartment manager!

Give this a try. You may even want to consider experimenting and use as a dinner crepe option - Fill w/seafood and a little wine sauce or creme spinach and nutmeg...

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