Recipe here: Stephanie Jaworski of demonstrates how to make Crêpes. Crêpes are thin French pancakes that have a wonderfully soft and tender texture. They are not that different from an American pancake in taste and texture. I love how you can make the batter ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator for a day or two. But even better, you can make the Crêpes a few days ahead and then just reheat them in a warm skillet without any noticeable loss in quality.

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  1. Stephanie is a super teacher I am a French teacher that enjoys making these special French pancakes and I really appreciate all the details that she gives

  2. I have a great success with this recipe my husband loves these crepes and I myself enjoy fixing them I usually watch the program to make sure I'm doing it right just before I fix them

  3. I have been making crepes for many years from various recipes. They usually turned out good. A few days ago I decided to follow this recipe exactly, resting the batter overnight. These were by far the most tender, melt-in-your-mouth crepes I have ever made. Delicious! Better than many restaurants. I don't know how this recipe differs from others, but I will always use this recipe from now on. I used an immersion blender, and it worked great. It's easy to clean.

  4. You are soo helpful in my kitchen. I baked my own wheat bundt cake this week and Wow! It takes like crunch cake it was sooo good so your tips are turning me into a new wife! Literally. Lol so thanks again.

  5. thank you joy. i just made that and i have some leftover. and thanks to U i won't throw it out. i can make it tomorrow. you're so good at explaining how to do things. you are so AWESOME! 😉

  6. She seems like a nice sweet lady and I like how she explains everything, and also includes alternatives, while she bakes.
    I’ve learned a lot, and have made various sweets and pastries using her recipe which my family and friends have enjoyed.
    I never thought I had a knack for baking but everything I’ve made has been perfect!
    Thanks Stephanie

  7. I’m french and offended. Your recipe only got me 4 crêpes?????? are you kidding me? And you can’t even make round full crêpes 😩😩 Do never do that in France that’s insulting, when our moms do crepes, in one bowl we get at least a 15 crepes like it’s supposed to be for an whole family

  8. Very patiently and very detailed video..i definitely cannot do it 😅
    Big thanks for the video..i love pancakes, crepes.

  9. Also, to "store prepared crepes", I highly recommend placing a piece of parchment between each one then sealing them in an air-tight container/bag thus avoiding them drying out.  TOO, I often make TWO batches of crepes at once since they freeze beautifully and, with the parchment between them, they separate easily for a "quick dessert" as well; i.e..  put a scoop of ice cream along the middle and roll (perhaps, drizzle some chocolate upon them) and enjoy a delectable dessert like no other!!

  10. I LOVE crepes!!  Must mention that I prefer making them without the sugar since they are so versatile and can be used for dinner entrees.  May I suggest the following recipe:  2 cups of cooked poultry chopped into cubes (great way to use up leftover turkey on the holidays), combine with diced large sweet apple & onion, add a shake or two of salt & pepper THEN, spoon 3 tablespoons of the apple/poultry mixture along the middle diagonal of a crepe, roll tightly and fit crepes snuggly into a rimmed pan, ladle gravy over the crepes (don't go "stingy" because the crepes do NOT get soggy!), cover with foil and bake for 45 minutes in medium/high oven…..while the crepes cook in the oven, the apples' & onions' sweet flavors meld into the poultry.  AWSOME!!  Enjoy…

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  12. Me and my family and boyfriend loves thick crepes,not fat like pancakes just thicker crepes,they ask for them often,so its not a problem like everyone is talking.