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  1. I love crepes… bananas and nutella.. that would be my favorite combo!

  2. Those look delish! I’ve never tried making crepes before but you’ve inspired me. πŸ™‚

  3. I’ve never tried to make crepes before, it has always intimidated me! I would definitely fill mine with nutella and banana!

  4. These sound amazing! Love anything crepe-ish. Once again, I am in love with your recipe!

  5. Or in sweden they are called “Swedish Pancakes..” πŸ™‚ I love those things! sooo tasty.. we make them all the time over here. they’re even better if you do them on a pan over a bomb fire!!! πŸ™‚

  6. that brings back memories of when my Oma used to make those for us.
    we always had them with Nutella and of course just with Sugar and Cinnamon.

  7. I’ve never had a crepe! They look super tasty- simple recipes are always the best (in my opinion!!)

  8. Laura

    Yum! I remember my 9th grade French teacher brought in a hot plate one day and cooked crepes for our class. πŸ™‚

    How big is your ladle? The only one I have is fairly large so I was trying to figure out what a more appropriate amount of batter would work. Maybe 1/4 or 1/3 cup?

    • RhodeyGirlTests

      @Laura, The lady is probably about 1/4 cup… very small. I should have clarified that.

      They are much much better eaten right away, but you can keep them warm in the oven for a few minutes if you must. They are so fast to cook though that I don’t see why you would make them on the spot!

  9. Laura

    I also meant to ask if these can be made ahead and warmed in the oven or if they really need to be cooked and eaten immediately?

  10. I am sure your grandma’s will be better, but you can get pretty good rolls with jam at Penn.

  11. Those look so yummy! I had no idea they were so simple to make! I am definitely trying these!

  12. gina (fitnessista)

    we had a similar thing when we were younger, except they were made with fresh homemade tortillas. my nana would spread one with jam (strawberry tasted the best) and roll it up- we called them “jam things.” every time we went to nana’s house, we’d beg her for jam things πŸ™‚
    love your recipe, i’ll have to try it- tom LOVES crepes πŸ™‚
    hope you’re having a good week!

  13. wowza—that’s look fab. I cannot be trusted with nutella but I imagine it would taste ridiculously good. I’m with your brother on the 6 count.

  14. These look delicious! I love crepes, so I am sure these would be a winner too. I’ll add this to my list of things to make!

  15. These are bringing back childhood memories for me, too. My best friend’s grandmother used to make them for us on afternoons when she was watching us at her house in the south of France. I distinctly remember sitting by her pool in our bathing suits, soaking wet, stuffing our faces with crepes rolled with Nutella. To be a little kid again!

  16. I think my favorite combo would be bananas + Nutella. πŸ™‚

    It’s always so fun to recreate old family favorites…hope your brother wasn’t too jealous.

    These are getting bookmarked for my next potluck brunch. Thanks Sabrina, and I hope you have a good day!

  17. These sound so good right now!! My dad used to make these all the time (usually with berries and whipped cream with some powdered sugar sprinkled on…he’s fancy like that). He always stuck with a very shallow skillet- it makes flipping them a lot easier. Just my two cents. πŸ˜‰

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