Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Easy Bisquick Crepes Recipe

Instead of making pancakes on Saturday morning, my mom always made crepes. It's a tradition I plan on sharing with my future children. Crepes and pancakes are very similar; however, crepes are thinner and more flexible. They are typically served rolled up with some sort of fruit or cream filling. At our house, we always used powdered sugar and lemon. This recipe is an easier version using Bisquick (which always seems to save a couple steps ;) )

You will need:
2 cups Bisquick
2 cups milk
2 eggs
Powdered sugar
a handful of fresh strawberries

Makes about 10-12 crepes.

1. In a large bowl, combine 2 cups Bisquick (here's an easy homemade Bisquick recipe if you  don't have any on hand), 2 cups milk, and 2 eggs. Whisk until blended. Heat a greased medium sized skillet on medium high heat and pour in about 1/4 cup of batter. Turn your skillet in a circular motion while pouring the batter to cover the pan evenly. When the batter has a significant amount of bubbles on the top side, flip over and cook the other side. Stack the crepes on a plate, this keeps them warm.

2. Chop up some fresh strawberries and toss them lightly with a pinch of sugar.

3. Lay a crepe on your plate, add powdered sugar right down the middle, and squeeze a lemon wedge on top of the powdered sugar.

4. Add your strawberries on top of the powdered sugar and lemon.

5. Roll it up and enjoy!

Super easy and delicious! 

<3 Lauren


  1. Yummy! It might be because I was born in France but I love crepes, there's nothing better to eat! I'm loving your version ;)