Fruit Crepes

Fruit Crepes

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The time to make breakfast for your baby is so tight every day, you must have a quick breakfast to help you. With this improved crepe, just cut all the fruits, add some yogurt, and spread a thin omelet with custard, roll it up and start it.

The general crepe recipe will add butter, but in order to prevent the baby from getting too much saturated fatty acid, I replaced the butter with vegetable oil, so that the baby eats healthier.

A lot of milk is added to the quiche (you can replace it with soaked milk powder), and yogurt drizzled in the fruit, this fruit crepe can supplement the baby with rich calcium.


Fruit Crepes

1. Prepare ingredients: 36g flour, 90g milk or soaked milk powder, 1 egg, a little vegetable oil, 2 strawberries, a little banana, and a little yogurt.

PS: Normal all-purpose flour can be used for flour.

Fruit Crepes recipe

2. Sift the flour through a sieve.

PS: Some powders, such as flour and cocoa powder, will inevitably form agglomeration during storage, so it is best to sift them when adding these powders. After the powder is sieved, it can become more bulky and fine. You can also use a spoon to gently crush the caked flour on the sieve, and pass through the sieve to become a fine powder again.

Fruit Crepes recipe

3. In this step, you can decide whether to add a little sugar to flavor according to your baby's taste.

PS: Because the quiche we made this time is a variation of the crepe, it has a sweeter taste, which is different from the usual vegetable quiche.

Fruit Crepes recipe

4. Pour an appropriate amount of milk or milk powder into the flour.

PS: If your baby usually drinks powdered milk, use powdered milk; if you drink milk, use milk. Breastfeeding babies can also be replaced with water, but the milk flavor is missing.

I added about 36g of flour to 90g of milk. Different brands of flour have different water absorption properties, and the amount of milk added will vary. It depends on the thinness and consistency of the batter after mixing.

Fruit Crepes recipe

5. Then add a small amount of linseed oil or perilla seed oil (other vegetable oils are also possible, of course, the taste will be more fragrant if you use butter).

PS: Normally, crepes are made with butter, but butter is animal fat and contains more saturated fatty acids. In order to reduce the intake of saturated fatty acids and increase the proportion of unsaturated fatty acids, I use vegetable oil instead .

Fruit Crepes recipe

6. Beat the eggs and set aside.

Fruit Crepes recipe

7. Add the beaten egg mixture to the batter and stir well.

Fruit Crepes recipe

8. Usually when you stir the batter, you will be more worried, and there are always small gnocchi that can't be mixed. So, I will filter the batter with a sieve to filter out all the small bumps on it, and then rub it with a spoon, and the small bumps will be filtered out. The cakes made in this way will not eat the undercooked gnocchi.

PS: Crepes are thin cakes, so the batter will be thinner, and the cakes made with too thick batter will be thick, so the important thing is to make the batter thinner.

Fruit Crepes recipe

9. Cover the batter with plastic wrap and let it stand for about 15 minutes.

PS: Before frying the crepes, mix the batter again, or the lower batter will be thicker.

Fruit Crepes recipe

10. Brush a small amount of oil in a flat-bottomed non-stick pan, use a spoon to scoop a spoonful of batter and gently pour it into the pan. Gently slide the bottom of the spoon to spread the batter thinly.

PS: If you want to spread round crepes, you still have a certain skill. Like me, you can spread round and thin crepes. When the batter is poured in, the batter should be spread out immediately, and the batter will solidify after a long time.

It doesn't matter if the first crepe is fried, because the first one is usually used to test the size of the fire and practice hands. When the second one is fried, it will be much smoother.

Fruit Crepes recipe

11. I spread the batter very thinly, and in about 1 minute you will see that the batter has solidified and a lot of small bubbles are bulging on the surface.

PS: The small bubbles on the surface indicate that the bottom of the cake is cooked. You can turn the cake over. The pancake must be heated all the way down. If the cake is battered, it will not taste good.

Fruit Crepes recipe

12. When the surface is bubbling, we can turn it over. Use a spatula to gently turn the cake over and fry it for a while. After it is cooked, it will be out of the pan.

PS: Due to the thickness of the pancake, the firepower of the pan is different, and the time required for the pancake will also vary.

Fruit Crepes recipe

13. Wash the strawberries and cut into small cubes.

Fruit Crepes recipe

14. Peel the banana and cut into small cubes.

PS: Cut bananas are very easy to turn black, so eat them right away.

Fruit Crepes recipe

15. Put the right amount of diced strawberries and diced bananas on the fried biscuits, and the amount of fruit can be whatever you want.

Fruit Crepes recipe

16. Top with homemade yogurt. The yogurt refrigerated in the refrigerator will be a little cold, so you can take it out of the refrigerator in advance and let it pour slowly at room temperature.

PS: Don't pour too much yogurt, it will overflow when you eat too much yogurt.

Fruit Crepes recipe

17. Roll up the biscuits again with a spatula. When eating, you can help your baby hold it to avoid dispersal.

PS: You can use whatever shape you want to roll into, and use your imagination to make cute shapes.

Fruit Crepes recipe

18. The delicious little dessert is ready, let’s taste it with the baby, the tender little cake, you will eat the fruit inside with one bite, and the taste of yogurt is also delicious and nutritious.

PS: When the big baby eats, you can help the baby hold it. If the baby eats, it must be cut into a suitable size with complementary food before feeding it to the baby.

Fruit Crepes recipe


The general crepe recipe will add butter, but in order to prevent the baby from getting too much saturated fatty acid, I replaced the butter with vegetable oil, so that the baby eats healthier.


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