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Strawberry Crepes

Strawberry Crepes

Crepes is classic French and can be served as dessert or as a special breakfast. They are easy to make and kids will surely this.Crepes are thin and light  pancakes and there is a variety of filling,either sweet or savory. Here it is whipped cream and fresh strawberries. 

To make batter
All purpose flour- 1 cup
Eggs 2
Milk- 1 cup
Water- 1/2 cup
Sugar- 2 tsp
Salt- a pinch
Cooking oil/butter- 1 tbs
Vanilla essence- 1 tsp

For the filling
Sliced Strawberries- 2 cup
Sugar- 4 tbs
Lemon zest- 1/2 tsp
Whipped cream- 1 cup

Beat eggs till it is light and fluffy. Mix all the ingredients listed under 'to make batter ' and using a blender mix  into a thin batter without lumps. Keep this aside for half an hour.

Slice strawberries and mix with sugar and lemon zest and keep it aside.

Heat a frying pan and lightly grease with butter.Keep in medium flame.Pour about 3-4 tbs of batter in  the center and gently swirl around in clockwise direction so that the batter spreads all over the pan. After 30-40 seconds gently flip over the crepe and allow the other side to cook as well. Remove the crepe  into platter. Continue the same process to make more crepes. 

Place crepes flat spread a layer of whipped cream either in center or towards one half and spoon in strawberries along with the syrup on top.Fold crepe. Drizzle with chocolate, caramel or powdered sugar and serve immediately.

Try this
Hope you will all enjoy.


  1. Ho ,that's a torture.Looks perfect and professional Suja.

  2. Ho ,that's a torture.Looks perfect and professional Suja.

  3. Wonderful..loved the recipe and cute clicks!

  4. That looks yummy... French dosa with a different taste :)

  5. Delicious and mouthwatering strawberry crepes.
    DeepaHats off to you.


  6. Totally a deadly combo! I can't remember how much of these crepes i had in France, they look YUM!!

  7. Very tempting, looks so rich and yummy..

  8. Nalla fresh Strawberry and crepes looks perfect.

  9. What a delicious looking recipe!

  10. Crepe makes me hungry.sure rohith will love it.

  11. gimme Suja!! looks really mouth watering!

  12. Looks scrumptious!!

  13. Looks so gorgeous. I have never crpes and this looks super tempting !!

  14. wow....awesome tempting click....looks yummy yummy:)

  15. Omg, wat an irresistible and super delicious crepes,am inviting myself to ur place.

  16. woww..awesome darling..
    love to have one right now :(..wish you wr in banglore :)

    den, chemmen achar going to try it soon.. rarely i get enough sauce top top the pickle in a that i have to keep in fridge :)

  17. This looks awesome. The appealing straberry and crepes are tempting so much.

  18. pretty crepes i must say :) sure kids delight, will try it soon :)

  19. Pretty colours. Light crepes with a rich and yummy filling. Nice!

  20. Hi Suja tried ur Undan pori,turned out gr8,posted today..I tried to scrap u thru FB,ur ID not working.Did u change ur FB account? Strawberry crepes looks so delish..My fav filling for this one is ricotta cheese...

  21. looks delicious colourful for breakfast and snack

  22. Pancake looks so delicious...
    pine chemmen acahar kandu vayiil kappal odunundu kettoo..

  23. This sounds so simple & delicious..My son is a big fan of strawberries, For sure he will love it...

  24. yummy snack

  25. hi suja, your crepes pic is one of the most beautiful i have ever seen. have a nice day. i like the lemon zest too.

  26. ആശംസകള്‍........ ബ്ലോഗില്‍ പുതിയ പോസ്റ്റ്‌....... അറിഞ്ഞോ, എന്റെ അബ്ദുവിന് കല്യാണമായി.......... വായിക്കണേ...................

  27. Crepe looks like silk and delicious. Beautiful photo too.

  28. Beautiful pictures! I love fresh strawberries.

  29. sooper mouthwatery crepes...can have at any time..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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

  31. Looks ymmy and colourfull, beautiful pictures.I wii try it soon.


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