Hi all! I am Heather from Belle’s Bazaar and I decided I needed an outlet from my busy life of 3 kids, 1 husband, tutoring and husband’s schooling. This has been surprisingly helpful to remind me that I still have a brain!! My blog is a mish mash of a bunch of things: Muffin Mondays, Thinking Thursdays (all about books), Fat Fridays (the best fattest desserts ever!) and crafts mixed in. I hope you enjoy what I have and any input you have would be great!
These originally began as strawberry crepes and I wanted to make them pretty, so I started adding more stuff. When we tasted them, they tasted like banana splits!! I am serious! I was pleasantly surprised and so were my kids who had 3 each. (Won’t even mention how many my husband had!)=)
This crepe recipe comes from a woman in my church who is pretty much the most amazing woman/mother/person I have ever had the pleasure of knowing! 7 chilren, homeschools, seemingly endless patience and on top of that, cute as a button! So, I knew this recipe had to be great!!
1 cup flour
1 1/4 c. whole milk ( I have used 1% and it is fine.)
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/4 tsp. salt
2 T powdered sugar
1 heaping tablespoons heaping butter, melted
Mix and mix and mix except eggs and butter, until there aren’t any lumps. Add the eggs and butter and mix again. Chill in fridge for half hour.
While it’s chilling, cut bananas and strawberries and make the SECRET WEAPON! Yes, this is the secret weapon that makes these crepes taste like banana splits. I had this dip at a playgroup 3 years ago and we make it every summer. It is heaven. It is easy! It is perfectly perfect!
Mix large cool whip and large vanilla pudding. Have also used sugar free everything and it tasted exactly the same!
Heat skillet to medium heat. Spray. Spoon 3 T of batter onto pan and swirl around till coats pan. Let it cook 1 minute until the top isn’t wet anymore. Flip and cook for about 30 seconds more.
This is so easy! Your kids will love it! I am on a mission to fill with more fun stuff.
Add mini chocolate chips and a bit of syrup and a bit of cinnamon. You can use anything you love on a banana split, nuts, chocolate syrup, powdered sugar, but please no cherries!!!
If you have even read down this far, let me know what you like in crepes?!
Those look yummy, I want to make some now, thanks Heather!