Easy Fruit Crepes

I make my pancake batter thin, then I put it in a hot frying pan and spread the batter thin. Brown both sides. Then take a can of cherry, apple or blueberry pie filling and fill crepe. Roll crepe seam on bottom and top with powdered sugar and cool whip. It is a family fav.


By Bonnie from Saint Petersburg, FL

May 22, 20070 found this helpful

I grew up eating crepes, but thought they were just thinned pancakes. My grandmother was from Europe, and made them for us all the time. We'd spread homemade jelly on them and roll them up. To this day, I absolutely love them. Thanks for the memory.

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November 28, 20080 found this helpful

Some hotel/casino restaurants in our area have these on their brunch buffets. MMM good!

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