Delicious crepes stuffed with peanut butter, Nutella and topped with strawberries in syrup. If you love chocolate and peanut butter - you'll love these! Strawberries are soaked in sugar for 30 minutes to make them sweeter, softer, and more flavorful. You don't even have to stuff these crepes with strawberries to the brim, just add a couple of strawberries inside the crepe, and then sprinkle it with powdered sugar like this:
To assemble, spread Nutella over one half of the crepe (or in the center of it), then add swirls of peanut butter:
Then, fold the crepe into a thick tube. At this point, you can just sprinkle the crepes with powdered sugar and serve them:
Or, top with more strawberries. I like to soak the strawberries in a little bit of white sugar for about 30 minutes until strawberries soften and release juices, forming a delicious, sticky syrup. Such strawberries are often referred to as "macerated strawberries". After 30 minutes, remix the strawberries again to coat them all evenly with syrup and then add on top of a crepe:
So good and easy to make, as long as you have a stack of pre-made crepes (I have a very good tutorial on my site - follow the link in the recipe instructions below).
Peanut butter Nutella crepes topped with strawberries in syrup
- Hull, clean, and slice the strawberries. Place them in a medium bowl, add sugar, mix and let them sit for about 30 minutes. The sugar will draw out water out of the strawberries, making them softer and sweeter.
To assemble crepes:
- Place a crepe on a plate. Spread Nutella thinly over one half of the crepe, then add swirls of peanut butter here and there. Place just a few strawberries on top of Nutella and peanut butter, then fold the crepe into a tube shape by rolling it from one side towards the other.
- Top with more strawberries and syrup. Alternatively, you don't have to top these stuffed crepes with strawberries, instead just sprinkle them with powdered sugar.
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