State Fair Crepes
You find some pretty strange food combinations at state fairs, and this might be one that shows up one day. But for now, you're one step ahead. These flavors blend harmoniously, and a dollop of whipped cream or scoop of ice cream wouldn't hurt either.
When I was a little girl, my mother would always make us crepes on Sundays. I also loved the smell of vanilla when my mother would make her cookies. So, I would always ask her to make her cookies, and when she refused, I would take out the vanilla and sit it next to me with the cap open, so that I could breathe the aroma. My mother get a kick out of this, and said, well, if it's that important, we'll add a little vanilla kick, just for you. After the first time she put the vanilla in, there was never a last...it became a tradition.
Love Letter - Crepes
We used to have crepes in our hostel, but we called it love letter. We all loved it. I make this for my family and they also love this.
Ham and Cheese Crepes
You'll find ham and cheese crepes being sold by street vendors all over Paris, as well as in cafes and bistros. But it's a classic combination that's popular all over the world, and they're so very easy to make. Optional: garnish with chopped parsley.
Chocolate crepes with a subtle raspberry filling. Sprinkle with powdered sugar, fresh raspberries, and chocolate curls.
Savory Western Crepes
Crepes are a nice way to style up breakfast, brunch, or breakfast-for-dinner. You'll have all the awesome flavors of a Western omelet (also known as a Denver omelet) tucked inside a flavorful crepe. Garnish with salsa, sour cream, and additional Cheddar cheese.
Shrimp and Scallop Crepes
These shrimp and scallop crepes are a seafood lover's dream and will make the taste buds happy. Garnish with more sliced green onion if desired.
Cheese and Lemon Blintzes
Traditionally, blintzes are associated with Shavuot. This is a traditional holiday breakfast for our family. Rolled pancakes filled with cheese, fruit or both, they make a delicious dessert. Sweet blintzes carry on the tradition of cheese and fruit fillings. Serve either with sour cream and powdered sugar, or maple or chocolate syrup. We like to serve them with fruit pie fillings, like apples, blueberries, or cherries, and then put a dollop of sour cream and powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar on them.