Wednesday, June 17, 2015

DELISH, easy & healthy CREPES {a recipe}

Eric found this incredibly easy, healthy and delicious recipe for crepes that we absolutely fell in love with! We eat them multiple times a week and I can't help but share the recipe with you all! If you're anything like me, I was way too intimidated to try making homemade crepes until now... I kid you not when I say these are the easiest ever! Enjoy!!


Crepes

150 ml Silk Vanilla Almond Milk
200 ml Liquid Egg Whites
1 scoop Protein Powder of choice

Combine ingredients, mix thoroughly, then pour a thin layer into a greased pan and cook over low-medium heat. Flip when crepe starts to "wrinkle"- don't overcook.

*Since the measurements were given in milliliters we just poured everything into a blender bottle, gave it a good shake then poured desired amount into pan and it's been perfect! SO easy and no extra dirty dishes ;) If we don't use the whole mixture in one morning, we just put the bottle in the fridge and finish the rest off the next day!

*We use coconut oil to grease the pan.

*Eric has what seems like an endless amount of supplements now that he's really hitting the gym hard, so we have been able to play with multiple flavors of protein powder for the crepes. Chocolate is our favorite, but we also love caramel and banana cream pie! We always top the crepes with a ton of berries and banana slices- tastes like heaven!

20 comments:

Living out of Wedlock said...

These look amazing! Can't wait to try these!

Jenn said...

These look SO yummy!!

Elizabeth Birenbaum said...

You had me at crepes and then healthy makes it even better! I'm so trying these!

Courtney [Sweet Turtle Soup] said...

oh I'm super intimidated by crepes! One day...

Pamela {Sequins and Sea Breezes} said...

What?!? Healthy crepes? Love it! These sound so good and look so pretty!!

<3, Pamela
Sequins & Sea Breezes

BLovedBoston said...

I've never tried to make my own crepes but i'm up for the challenge!! Seriously sound amazing! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

Desiree Macke said...

Oh. My. Yum!! These look like the perfect summer snack/meal!!

P!nky said...

These look and sounds soooo delicious and not a bad indulgence. I'm worried I can't make the crepes thin enough.

Kim Petersen said...

I love that you used almond milk for these, they look sooooo good. Thanks for sharing it with us! Love your blog and family! XO -Kim
www.thethirtysomethinglife.com

christina @ the new mrs said...

Yum! This would be so fun to try to make!

Karra said...

Crepes are my FAVORITE! There's a crepe window out here somewhere in Portland, but these look super delish!!

Alana Livingston said...

Yummy! I love crepes!!

Alycia said...

these look yummy. no matter how hard I try and all the different recipes I've tried, I cannot make crepes. They always turn out thick, or I can't get them right on the pan. Major fail every. single. time!

Sprinkles and Glitter said...

That sounds SOO good!! Definitely going to try these out!! :)

The Siberian American said...

I love crepes! Those look so good! I love all those berries you added too!

meandmr.com said...

Yum, this looks incredible!
Melanie @ meandmr.com

Sara Elizabeth said...

All that fresh fruit looks AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

Evelina said...

I love making crepes too! how fun that you use protein powder instead of flour!

Laura Marie Keenan said...

I have been on a crepe kick lately! Will have to try these!!!

Kirsty and Seth said...

These look amazing! They are what English pancakes look like. Both Seth and I are huge fans so we will definitely have to try this recipe!

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