Learn how to make an all-purpose crepe batter! My Blender crepes are easy to make because it’s as simple as tossing everything into the blender and blending until smooth. Just heat a pan, and you’re ready to make French-style crepes!
It’s brunch season!
And normally, around this time I’d be sharing casseroles of all sorts because we all need a little something special on the table for mother’s day and all the spring and summer brunches you’re planning on hosting this year.
But this time, I’m bringing easy blender crepes! Okay, if you’re wondering what in the world, allow me to explain. Blender crepes are crepes where the batter is made entirely in a blender as in press one button and you’ve instantly got crepe batter that you just need to pour into a hot skillet!
Take it from someone that hardly ever made crepes in the past (because for whatever reason, I found them terrifying) crepes are so easy when you make the batter in the blender!
I’m always looking to share easy brunchy recipes with you guys. Quite possibly because the lines are so easily blurred between breakfast, lunch, and even dessert sometimes. In the past, I’ve shared my veggie breakfast casserole  with you, sun-dried tomato and basil strata , as well as my blueberry cheesecake casserole , breakfast croissant boats , blender hollandaise , breakfast migas , oh, and breakfast pizza , my smoked salmon casserole , then there are also breakfast sandwiches , and basically, you can see how much I love my brunchy foods just my scrolling the recipe index.
The one thing that was missing? BLENDER CREPES.
A crepe is a lighter, thinner version of a traditional American pancake. Crepes can be made savory or sweet. Sweet crepes often involve adding sugar to the crepe batter. Savory crepes can be made with a variety of fillings such as vegetables, seafood, chicken, or meat.
Since there are no leavening agents in crepes, prepared crepes are much thinner than pancakes. The lack of leavening agents also allows us to make crepes much further in advance. Making the crepe batter in advance is actually preferred as it allows for the flour to soak up all of the liquid in the batter.
Okay, first and foremost, you don’t need a crepe pan. You might want want to invest in one if you make crepes very often, however, for this recipe all you need is a trusty nonstick skillet, and it will work beautifully.
But here’s what you will need:
For sweet blender crepes:
The best thing about my blender crepes recipe is that you can make them sweet or savory by making a couple of minor adjustments. Just drop the sugar down to ½ teaspoon and increase the salt to ½ a teaspoon! That’s it!
For savory blender crepes:
The batter should be about the consistency of heavy cream, thick but still pourable.
I have so many childhood memories attached to this blender crepes recipe. My mom would make savory crepes for dinner all the time, but there were always a few extras for my brother and me to have with golden syrup while she popped them out hot and fresh. My hope is that you’ll share these with your mom for Mother’s day! 🙂
Learn how to make an all-purpose crepe batter! My Blender crepes are easy to make because it’s as simple as tossing everything into the blender and blending until smooth. Just heat up a pan and you’re ready to make French-style crepes!
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 veggie breakfast casserole: http://littlespicejar.com/veggie-loaded-breakfast-casserole/
 sun-dried tomato and basil strata: http://littlespicejar.com/sun-dried-tomato-basil-breakfast-casserole/
 blueberry cheesecake casserole: http://littlespicejar.com/blueberry-cheesecake-french-toast-casserole/
 breakfast croissant boats: http://littlespicejar.com/baked-breakfast-croissant-boats/
 blender hollandaise: http://littlespicejar.com/blender-hollandaise-sauce-eggs-benedict/
 breakfast migas: http://littlespicejar.com/easy-breakfast-migas/
 breakfast pizza: http://littlespicejar.com/breakfast-pizza-basil-pesto-sun-dried-tomatoes/
 smoked salmon casserole: http://littlespicejar.com/smoked-salmon-breakfast-casserole/
 breakfast sandwiches: http://littlespicejar.com/freezer-breakfast-sandwiches/
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