All posts tagged: Crepes

Matcha Crepes

It’s almost Christmas and while many of you are already doing your Christmas shopping, I’m still stuck here studying for my final exams. And of course, being the crazy foodie that I am, that’s when I decided to make these beautiful Christmas-themed crepes to cheer me up a little AND to immerse myself in the mood of this joyful season. Help yourself and your loved ones by making this delicious French-Japanese inspired dessert. Then, top it off with your favorite fruits and toppings! Yield: 12 crepes Ingredients: 2 eggs 3/4 cups milk 1/2 cup water 1 cup flour 3 tbsp melted butter 2.5 tbsp sugar 1 tsp vanilla 1 tbsp matcha + 3 tbsp water (mixed until no clumps) Toppings: raspberries, bananas, whipped cream, maple syrup   Save 15% OFF all Matchaeologist products when you use code: TASTEOFRAINE at checkout.     Directions: Blend all ingredients, pulsing for 10 seconds. Place batter in fridge for around 1 hour. Heat a non-stick pan brushed with a smear of butter on low heat. Using a ladle, spoon …

Classic Crepes

  Crepes are one of my favourite desserts to eat and make. It gives off a nice and chewy texture, making it unique and distinct from normal pancakes. Because of how effortless it is to make these, this recipe is always my go-to if I crave something sweet while being very lazy. If you have a blender at home, you definitely gotta make these beauties! Yield: 14 Ingredients: 2 eggs 3/4 cups milk 1/2 cup water 1 cup flour 3 tbsp melted butter 2.5 tbsp sugar 1 tsp vanilla Toppings: fresh fruits, whipped cream, maple syrup, powdered sugar Directions: Blend all ingredients, pulsing for 10 seconds. Place batter in fridge for around 1 hour. Heat a non-stick pan on low heat and smudge some butter or oil using a paper towel. Using a ladle, spoon around 1/2 cup batter onto pan and quickly swirl the pan to create a circle crepe, making sure to fill any holes. Wait 1-2 minutes. Flip crepe and wait another 40 seconds until edges are slightly brown. Serve with fresh fruits and …