This is a bit of a 'fancier' version for my kids (as they usually just spread it with nutella or jam) and they love it like this.
Strawberries, nutella, crepes my kids are on cloud 9-seriously, the excitement on their faces, always make me smile.
I like to use sliced bananas also with the nutella, works really well.
You can go to my original posting for crepes as it gives a little extra information regarding crepe making. Give crepes a go, they aren't that hard, and just get easier and easier the more you make them.
Makes 10 crepes
160g plain flour
2 eggs, lightly beaten
Canola cooking spray
1 punnet strawberries, hulled, sliced
Icing sugar, for dusting
Make the pancakes: Place the eggs in a mixing bowl, add the flour. Add half of the milk; using a whisk, whisk until your mixture is lump free. Keep adding milk slowly until all the lumps have disappeared, then add remainder of milk, mix through. It is easier to get the lumps out, if the mixture is thick, so don't add all the milk in straight away.
Leave to stand for 30 minutes. Strain the mix through a sieve to make them completely lump free-I however never do, more cleaning up, and a few tiny lumps don't make a difference.
Once you have made crepes a few times, you won't even use a recipe, it is something that is done by feel- the consistency determines how much of what ingredient is needed.
For me the first crepe is your tester, it rarely turns out great, as the pan is usually not hot enough. It is where you see if your mixture is too thick, if yes, add more milk, if it is too thin, add more flour, if your pan wasn't hot enough it will now heat up. The batter is only supposed to cover the base of the pan, so if you had too much mix with 3/4 of a ladle full, use less, or more if it wasn't enough-you can't have holes in your crepes.
Place the sliced strawberries only on a quarter of the crepe, starting from the centre, going outwards, slightly overlapping each strawberry slice.
Now fold the bottom half of the crepe over the top half, fold again in half so it looks like the picture below. Dust with icing sugar, if you like.
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