Wednesday, November 02, 2011

P.S. Eggnog Crepes

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The other night, I wasn't sure what to make for dinner, so I went for easy and convenient: 
Breakfast for dinner

I decided on crepes because, honestly, they're soooo easy.
As I was mixing ingredients, I was hit with some bad news:
We had no milk or eggs 
(key ingredients here, people).

...But we did have eggnog 
(key ingredients being milk and eggs ...and heaven, of course)

Hence, Eggnog Crepes were invented.
Please make and enjoy:)

Eggnog Crepes
1 cup flour
1 cup eggnog
1/2 cup water 
(or more. however much it takes to get the batter runny)
2 TB butter (melted)

whisk all ingredients together and then pour about a cup into heated, greased frying pan (medium heat)
Move pan around so batter fills bottom of pan and is thin.
Turn crepe over when edges look dry.
yield: 4 crepes

We filled ours with mixed berries and whipped cream, but they tasted a little odd with the eggnog. I would recommend filling them with apples (Mmmmm, fall favorites...)

Click Here to see how Martha Stewart does her apple filling. I figure hers is better than anything else I could write on here.

Let me know how yours turn out!

11 comments:

  1. boy does that look delicious! yumm!

    <3 Sharmaine Ruth
    underpeachtrees.blogspot.com

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  2. Um- YUM! WOW! That seriously sounds delicious!

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  3. You're a genius, Andrea!

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  4. oh my goodness, what a brilliant idea, perfect holiday treat!

    http://chicgeekery.blogspot.com/

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  5. This sounds amazing. I don't see how there could be anything bad about these!

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  6. i love EVERYTHING eggnog. these look delicious. and sound even better. ahhh. i really wish i bought eggnog when i went grocery shopping on monday. fml.

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  7. um that sounds good. I love eggnog. I don't know why so many people DON'T! genious idea.

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  8. these sound delicious! my family loves eggnog, so we'll definitely have to try out this recipe this holiday season. :]

    thanks for the follow!

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  9. Um, this sounds amazing! Eggnog=delicious. Sounds like a delicious way to incorporate the holidays!

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  10. nom nom nom.
    my breakfast every single morning this winter? just found it. ha.

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  11. Thanks for the compliment on my bloG! You are sweet! Coming from someone like you it is a compliment for sure!!

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