Crepe Batter Recipe

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Time: 20 minutes



  1. flour
  2. milk
  3. salt
  4. eggs
  5. butter


  1. combine flour , milk , salt and eggs in a blender
  2. blend for 15 seconds
  3. scrape down sides
  4. blend again and add butter while blending
  5. blend 10 seconds
  6. cover and let rest 1 hour in refridgerator
  7. when ready to cook , heat and season crepe pan
  8. pour enough batter onto a hot pan to coat
  9. pour remaining batter back into the blender pitcher
  10. cook over medium heat until edges just begin to brown
  11. use a butter knife or spatula to remove crepe from pan
  12. flatten and allow to cool slightly before filling
  13. delicious sprinkled with sifted powdered sugar , or fill with your favorite fruit or pie filling and topped with whipped cream

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