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Monday, February 15, 2010

Monday's Recipes- Peach Crepes

When my husband and I first started dating, I had never had a crepe. At that time, he went to his mom's ever other Sunday for breakfast. Eventually, this is how I met his family. He told his Mom I was coming, she excitedly stated that she would make peach crepes.
I, on the other hand, was made nervous. I didn't know what the heck I was getting into.
As I nervously ate my breakfast that morning, I realized that I rather liked these "peach crepes". For the next year or so, we only had them when she made them, and she only made them when we requested them. They quickly became a favorite breakfast to me.

Now, my husband likes to make them for me anytime he's sucking up, it's a special occasion or once in awhile "just because".

I want to share the joy of peach crepes with you all this morning.

You start by making "Basic dessert crepes"

1 c all-purpose flour
1 1/2 c milk
2 eggs
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon cooking oil
1/8 teaspoon salt

In bowl, combine flour, milk, eggs, sugar, oil, and salt; beat until blended.
Heat a lightly greased small pan. Remove from heat.
Spoon in 2 Tablespoons batter; lift and tilt skillet to spread batter.
Return to heat, brown on one side
Remove Crepe onto a paper towel or plate. Repeat to make about 16 crepes

Now to make super delicious...;D
We heat about 4 oz of cream cheese to make it easily spreadable.
Than spread a small amount of cream cheese on each crepe, rolling the crepe up after words.

In a small pan, heat a can of peaches, sliced into small squares. Add a small amount of corn starch to thicken sauce, whip well.

Lay crepes on a plate, still rolled up, spoon peaches and sauce over and enjoy.


  1. Hi! These crepes look amazing! Gotta try them.

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  2. This is too funny, I just visited Penniless Parenting, and got this link from her. I JUST made crepes yesterday, filled it with a similar filling and used a raspberry sauce to go on top!

  3. Penniless Parenting, THANKS!

    Marcee, they simply are amazing. I am very spoiled from my husband and mother in law making them!