It's been a long time since I've shared a Greek yogurt recipe for my "Greek Yogurt 52 Ways" project! I think I needed a little break, but I'm looking forward to being more consistent with this, again, until I complete the project.
I came across this recipe last week. I had crepes for the first time in high school. I took French for my foreign language requirement. I can still count to ten and I know how to say hot chocolate amongst other things, but I don't sound nearly as good as I sound in my head. Anyway, my teacher made crepes in class towards the end of the year, and I loved 'em. I've made crepes a handful of times in my life and I'm thinking I should make them more often. They're delicious and less caloric than pancakes.
To make about 8-10 crepes, combine all of the following in a blender and blend until smooth: 1/2 c of water at room temperature, 1 c of milk, 4 eggs, 4 tbsp of melted butter, 1 c of flour, 2 tbsp of sugar, and a pinch of salt. Melt butter on a nonstick pan, pour a bit of batter into the pan and form your crepe. Cook until golden on both sides.
After you've made your crepes, combine 8 oz of cream cheese at room temperature with 1 1/4 c of vanilla, Greek yogurt. Beat until smooth. Spread a layer of Greek yogurt cream onto each crepe and roll or fold the crepe. Top with fruit preserves and/or fruit of your choice. You can add powdered sugar if you'd like, as well.
I'll definitely be making these again. This recipe for crepes was a good one!
Have any Greek yogurt, dessert (or breakfast!) recipes you'd like to share? Leave your recipes or links in the comments. :)
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**I'm making Greek yogurt 52 ways. Read about why I'm doing this project right here and read about the health benefits of Greek yogurt right here. See all of the ways I've incorporated Greek yogurt into my dessert or breakfast so far here. I recently completed a 52 sandwiches project. Read more about that project here.**