Starting this Sunday, I am setting a little personal challenge for myself – to post a new crepe recipe every Sunday, for the next 2 months. Hopefully, each Sunday morning, if my challenge keeps up, I will have a new crepe recipe up on my site. And, to kick off this personal challenge, today I am posting a recipe for 4th of July crepes!
I see 4th of July desserts and recipes all over Pinterest lately, but, being a little short on time to make a cake, I decided to take an easier route and just make patriotic crepes instead!
It was actually quite a fun and very easy project, and I thought that this would be a great activity for kids to do over the 4th of July holidays. Each kid can decorate his/her own individual crepe and then, of course, eat them! I have a very good post about how to make crepes from scratch in a regular frying pan – that post always gets positive reviews, and it explains in detail (including step-by-step photos) how to successfully and easily make delicious, paper-thin crepes! Definitely check it out!
I am using both peanut butter and Nutella here, but if you like one better than the other, just use peanut butter or only use Nutella. Whatever suits your tastes.