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Custard Crepes


Sweet crepes can be served as a wonderful dessert. This is a simple and delicious crepe batter recipe. I have used flour and custard powder in this recipe with a sweet fruit filling. You can also use custard sauce as a filling which will enhance taste and serves as a tasty dessert.

Ingredients
All purpose flour- 1 cup
Custard powder- 5 tsp
Milk 3/4 cup
hot water 1/2 cup
Eggs- 2
Salt - a pinch
Sugar- 1 tsp
Choice of chopped fruits-  1/2 cup
Maple syrup- 2 tsp
Vanilla essence- a few drops

Combine one tsp of sugar and custard powder with a few tsp of water and make a smooth paste. Add 3/4 cup of hot water and set aside. Allow it to cool.( If you want to make the sauce use the same process but add milk instead)
In a large mixing bowl whisk together the eggs and flour and slowly add milk little by little and finally the custard mix and stir to combine. Scoop batter into a hot greased griddle and spread the batter just like a pan cake or dosa.Cook on both sides. Mix fruit with maple syrup ( or you can use custard sauce) and use as a filling. Enjoy


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Comments

  1. aweee,this crepe looks yummy and very different.I will try it :)

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  2. Wow! that looks wonderful and a very lovely picture

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  3. Wow Wow! crepes look scrumptious..i started making these only recently n we all love it..

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  4. Oh my.. this looks terrific. Yummy to the core. Custard flavoring makes me drool for it :)

    Congrats for all your awards dear :)

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  5. Great presentation and looks so yummy...

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  6. thank you for the sweet words and mentioning the event :)
    these crepes are delicious a must try
    Well deserved awards

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  7. Looking delicious...looking at the ingredient list i'm sure it tasted delicious too...

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  8. Congrats wishing many more to come..that looks very tempting.....bet it must have tasted great...can't wait to try this recipe.

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  9. Eniku kothy varunu ethu kanditte. Adipoli, sweets enikoru weakness ane...

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  10. Never tries sweet crepes. Looks so awesome and wanna have a slice:) congrats on the well deserved awards dear.

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  11. congrats suja, crepes are really yummy and great

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  12. Congrats dear on your awards. What beautiful crepes :)

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  13. suja really delicious one and very simple one da.. sure kids can really enjoy this sweet crepes.. yummy.. and congrats on ur awards..

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  14. kollallo.. Love this.. congrats on your awards dear..

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  15. Congratz ..... U well deserve the awards. Custard Crepes look gorgeous .... lovely clicks !

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa
    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  16. Suja, this is so delicious and the pics are great...

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  17. Custard crepes looks very beautiful and your pics are always very nice and tempting and congrats on your awards,hope theres lots more coming your way.

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  18. very new to me.. looks really good :)

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  19. wow... what a presentation. the crepes look wonderful

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  20. Wow... what a lovely crepes....mmmmm you have two right.. i will take one...

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  21. A very differnt and unique crepe recipe! Looks lovely!

    Congrats on all the awards!

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  22. oh wow!! awesome...i m hungry for some now...
    Congrats on the award shower..

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  23. Mind blowing click....actually can't resist myself ...Congrats on your well deserve awards
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. Terrific..seems like it would just melt in the mouth..adipoli da

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  25. WOW! This looks super-tempting..Congrats on your awards, chechi..Wishing you many more...

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  26. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments:)

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