Flour (low gluten or regular)
Beet powder/cocoa powder (optional)
How to make chocolate crepes for a quick breakfast for kids
Prepare the ingredients, beat the eggs and mix with the flour, add the milk to the flour in 3 additions (for better mixing of the flour and liquid), whisk to combine until no flour particles.
Add the beetroot powder (for chocolate, replace the beetroot powder with cocoa powder, other same method, picture below), whisk with egg whisk and sift.
Low heat (the cookies get crispy over the heat)! Brush the pan with a layer of oil, pour some of the batter into the pan and quickly turn the pan! Let the batter spread evenly across the bottom of the pan before it forms.
When the edges of the pie crust rise, you can turn it over, the picture above is the crust after turning over
Place the pie crust on a plate, top with a layer of plastic wrap and then a second pie crust (use plastic wrap to separate the crusts and prevent the two from sticking).
Prepare the filling:
When I ran out of cream at home, I used yogurt instead, but you can also add condensed milk, honey, jam and other flavorings if you like;
Then it’s time to choose your favorite fruit, my teddy bear thinks banana filling is the best, and always choose a ripe banana!
You can also choose to add nuts to enhance the taste level, and personally I find the peanuts chopped to be very fragrant.
Put in the filling
Fold the icy crust and squeeze in the chocolate sauce.
To make the chocolate crust, replace the beetroot powder with cocoa powder in the same way, because I think the cocoa powder is bitter, so I added the powdered sugar at the same time.
Big satisfaction and no guilt at all
Attached is the original pie crust I made for breakfast yesterday, it’s very tender!
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