Crêpe Mix Instructions
Buckwheat Millet Crêpe Mix
Find a recipe instruction and tips of the batter recipe listed on the back of our crêpe mix packaging as well as a video demonstration!
Prep: 5 min.
Cook Time : 10 min.
- 150g Flipcrêpes Original Mix
- 2 large eggs
- 1.1/4 Milk (Substitute for Dairy-free or water)
- 1 Tbsp of vegetal oil or metled butter
- Deli meat & meat
- Salads & Veggies
- & More
- Place 150g crêpe mix in a medium-large mixing bowl and dig a little well in the middle.
- Crack eggs and place them in the little well.
- Pour half of the milk into the bowl and start whisking.
- If using, add oil/butter and the remainder of the milk and continue to incorporate slowly with the whisk until the batter is homogenous.
- Let the batter rest for 15-20 minutes.
- Heat up a 9"-10" crêpe pan over medium burner.
- When the pan is hot (no smoke), add a little butter in the center and grease it up with a paper towel or griddle wiper.
- Use a 3oz ladle or 1/3 cup measuring cup and pour the batter into the pan. Swirl the pan around to coat the base with the batter.
- When the sides of the crêpe are brown, flip it in the pan to cook the other side for 10-20 seconds.
- Remove the crêpe from the pan and put it aside on a plate.
- Repeat steps 9-11 until all the batter is used up.
- Serve the crêpes warm with your desired toppings.
Hint: If the batter does not cover the pan easily, the batter may be too thick still. Add a little water/milk to the batter to calibrate and try again.
Enjoy your delicious crêpes made with Flipcrêpes Crêpe Mix!
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