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“With a decent mixture of cinnamon, apples and crepes can be a great match. With these personal touches, it can be a more personalized experience. Crepes are a very flexible recipe, it makes an excellent lunch or breakfast dish.”
3 crepes

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a medium/large mixing bowl, whisk together the milk, eggs, flour, and salt. Mix until you get a creamy mixture; without any bumps or flaws on the surface.
  2. Heat a frying pan over medium high heat. When the pan is hot, add a small amount of butter (a teaspoon) and lightly spread it across the surface of the pan.
  3. Pour about a cup of the batter into the pan and spread it slowly across the pan's surface. Try to even it out as best as you can.
  4. After the course of two minutes, use a spatula to check the bottom of the crepe. Do not do it too early on, to avoid any dysfuction in the cooking. If you do, it may mess the structure of the thin crepe.
  5. After the side browns, lightly tip it over to cook the other side. Repeat the previous step, and then transfer to a plate or a platter to add the cinnamon and sugar.
  6. Slice the apples into somewhat thin layers, then place on the skillet. Add cinnamon as they are cooking to bring out the sweet and unique flavor. Cook them until they are somewhat brown or a dark yellow.
  7. Add a bit of sugar to the mixture then let them sit for a second or two to let the sugar sink inches.
  8. Transfer the apples to another plate.
  9. Tint the surface of the crepe with a bit of cinnamon and sugar. Use as much as you prefer.
  10. Add your favorite jelly of however much you want. Be careful not to add too much, as when you roll it up it may tear the surface.
  11. Lay in the cooked apples onto the surface. Be sure to keep them them towards the center to make it easy to curl up.
  12. Curl up the crepe slowly and carefully. Be careful not to rip them, they're very thin.
  13. Top it with a bit more cinnamon and sugar, then finish it with a bit of whipped cream.

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