Crepes Recipe and Crepes Round-Up (Bеселoй Масленицы!)

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Bеселoй Масленицы! A y Вас c чем? And what will you be having your crepes with?

I like them for breakfast with eggs and hubby will probably use jam. Today, I’m sharing my favorite crepes recipe with you!

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This week, I was gently reminded by my dad that it is Масленица (Maslenitsa) this week! I know what you are all thinking: “Say whaaa…?”

It’s a big holiday that is celebrated in Russia (and some other Slavic countries) at the end of winter. It’s a holiday to  celebrate the end of winter and welcoming spring. (There is more to it but I’m a bit fuzzy on the details.) I remember it going on for a week and ending with the big festival. I also remember everyone making crepes as a traditional dish for celebrating. There is lots of singing, dancing, festivities and finally, burning the straw lady mascot figure in a bonfire.

Like I said, crepes are a big part of this celebration. So in theme with this week, I made crepes and decided to round up other crepe recipes from the blogland! I am also sharing my main crepe recipe with you, as well as, some other crepes, I’ve made.

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Crepes Recipe

Ingredients

  • 2 cups flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup veggie oil
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 1 tbs sugar
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2-3 cups of boiling water*
  • Consistency should be like melted ice cream!!

Instructions

  1. Rub the pan with oil but don't pour the oil. Preheat the pan on medium high heat. If using a newer non stick pan, you may not need to grease the pan but if you will be using a regular pan, you will need to rub the pan with oil before every crape. (You can pour some oil on a piece of paper towel.)
  2. Combine flour, eggs, milk, oil, salt, sugar and baking soda. Whisk all well.
  3. Slowly, start adding 1/4 cup of the hot water at a time to the batter. Whisking constantly until the batter reaches the consistency of melted ice cream.
  4. Pour about half a ladle into the hot pan and swirl slowly.
  5. Cook for a few seconds on each side.
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Here are some of my crepe recipes:

Bananas Foster Crepes Collage

Bananas Foster Crepes

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Pomegranate Cream Crepes

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Chocolate Caramel Cream Crepes

I also want to share some great recipes from my fellow bloggers! They all sound so good, check them out!

chocolate ginger crepes

Chocolate Ginger Crepes from The Sweet Chick

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Crepes from Je Suis Alimentageuse

Peanut-Butter-Jelly-Crepes-Recipe

Peanut Butter and Jam Crepes from A Pumpkin and A Princess

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Strawberry Shortcake Crepes from The Taylor House

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Crepes with Caramelized Apples with Chocolate from Chocolate, Chocolate and More Chocolate

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Strawberry Festival Inspired Crepes from Organized Island

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Chicken Pot Pie Crepes from My Own Recipe Critic

I will be sharing this recipe at the wonderful parties in my party tab+ Weekend Potluck.

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Comments

  1. Mouthwatering photos!
    I’ve never know crepes could look so GOOD :)
    I was actually looking for a good crepe-recipe, so thanks!!
    BTW – I can’t forget your strawberry shortcake crepes post :)

  2. Обожаю тонкие блинчики!!!!!!!!!! And these photos look super delicious! By the way, I’m hosting a Link-Up party and would be thrilled if you decided to participate!!!
    http://dcinstyle.com/

  3. What a wonderful way to bring in spring! I’m ready for it to get here. Thanks for including my recipe! Your Chocolate Caramel Cream Crepes sound wonderful, can’t wait to try them!

  4. Thank you for this crepe round-up. They all look so good and I have a crepe pan that I need to use more. I found you at the DC in style link up party.

  5. I cannot wait to devour the goodness on this post…I love crepes!

  6. What a great treat these were!

  7. Yum! I’ve never posted about crepes but I do make them for my family. We also love eating them and there is a place at the Mall of America called Magic Pan Crepe Stand that makes outstanding crepes!

  8. I want to celebrate with crepes! YUM!

  9. Mmmmm- looks good. I haven’t had a crepe in so long.

  10. Love crepes! Love them! Found you at weekend potluck!

  11. These crepes look so yummy. Thank you for sharing. So glad I saw your link on Cheerios and Lattes.
    Leslie
    http://www.thememorynest.blogspot.com
    Would love for you to stop by and say hi.

  12. Love the name o your blog!

  13. This is great! My husband loves crepes. Can’t wait to try these. Pinned

  14. Yum Yum! We makes crepes at least once every spring for breakfast. So many tasty toppings!

  15. Ohhh MAN! Those look AMAZING. We are huge crepes fans around here and this recipe will almost definitely get me into some big trouble. :) Thanks for linking it up to Monday Funday!

  16. looks soo delicious….
    best as swedish….
    i would love to have….


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