Sunday, January 30, 2011

Fresh Blueberry Crepes

I bought some gorgeous and huge Organic Blueberries the other day and this morning I asked my husband to make me Blueberry Crepes. We only started making Crepes about 10 years ago, it is so easy to do I have no idea why were so afraid to try it.

I looked at a few recipes and decided none of them were what I was looking for so I came up with my own filling. It was so delicious, the sweet taste of the bursting whole blueberries with the cream cheese and a bit of a tang from the sour cream, YUM. We will be making this again very soon!

This is a full crepe recipe, we only made a half batch which was about 10 crepes.


4 eggs
2 1/2 cup 2% milk we had 1% and it worked fine
2 cup flour
2-3 tbl butter (melted)
1/4 tsp salt (optional)


1 brick cream cheese at room temperature
1 pint rinsed blueberries
1/4 cup sour cream
3-4 equal packages or you can use sugar
3 tbl blueberry Jam (I had homemade Jam from last summer thankfully)
Powdered sugar for presentation

In a medium bowl beat the eggs well, add the milk, flour, salt, butter and beat till smooth,

Mix the filling together until well incorporated, set aside.

Pre heat a non stick skillet and butter the pan well, pour about 1/4 cup of batter per crepe and swirl into a circle, it will cook very fast, about a minute per side. It should be very thin. Repeat until you run out of batter.

You can put the crepes into an oven at 170 degrees on a plate until you have them all cooked.

Place a line of filling down the middle of each crepe and roll, top with additional blueberries and powdered sugar if desired.


teresa said...

so gorgeous. i love the way you filled them!

Debbie said...

They look delicious.....for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

The Blonde Duck said...

LOVE blueberries. Love them.

Marjie said...

They look delicious. I am soooo ready for summer fruits!

Pam said...

What a rich and decadent breakfast! You lucky girl.

The Blonde Duck said...

Happy Tuesday!

Dewi said...

Love having crepe for breakfast, I am sure blueberry add nice addition.

Mary Bergfeld said...

What a fabulous and special breakfast. Your crepes look elegant but I'll wager they are also delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

grace said...

crepe-making has always intimidated me, but your work here is masterful. LOVE that filling.

Patyskitchen - Exploring Global Flavor Around The World said...

Lokk's fantastic, I follow your recipe

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