First step is to get a blender and set it up to put the ingredients into.
The trusty blender ;)
Now you want to get your butter melted and cooled so you can add it in later. Cut the two tablespoons of butter and put in a dish, placing it into a microwave for 50 secs, or until thoroughly melted.
Use the measurement guide, if available.
After 50 sec. Mine was melted ;)
You can set your butter aside for the moment and start adding your flour, water, milk, salt and eggs to the blender.
Adding flour ;)
Adding water and also the two extra tablespoons of water.
Adding milk ;)
Adding my awesome chicken eggs that I took out of the nest today! What good girls they are ;)
Now it's time to add your salt and cooled butter to the blender.
Butter going in. Didn't take a photo of the salt but its in there.
Put the lid on your blender and time to blend. Blend ingredients for 5 seconds. Turn off blender and scrape the sides. Then blend for another 20 seconds.
Now take your batter and pour into a bowl. Then refrigerate for at least one hour. After that, we will make the crepes. ;)
Pouring batter into a bowl.
While we wait for the batter to be ready, it's time to fry up the bacon.
Chop your bacon into little bits.
Add some oil or butter to a fry pan and get it heated up.
While your bacon sizzles, you can flavor it up with some pepper or granulated garlic. Use your imagination and get creative ;)
When bacon is sufficiently browned, dump onto paper towels sitting on a plate.
The paper towels will soak up the bacon fat and retain the crispyness.
Next you will want to get your eggs scrambled. Get two or three more eggs out to whip up.
My many shades of eggs from my six lovely lady chickens ;)
Drop two in a bowl.
Whisk them up
Add a little butter to your pan and dump in the egg.
Take them off the heat when they begin to get solid and finish whisking.
Transfer to plate for using when ready.
Now the crepe batter is ready so here we go.
Get your crepe pan on the burner and turn it on to medium. Do not go past medium as it will warp the bottom of the pan. I am on my second one because of it.
Gather your batter, bacon, eggs, cheese, and a stick of butter together. ;)
Add some butter to pan to lightly coat the pan.
Pour about a 1/4 cup of batter on the pan and swirl it around until spread out.
Should look like this.
When your crepe feels loose, and it can move with a jiggle, it's time to flip over.
Should look like this when flipped ;)
Next, add your bacon, egg, and cheese in the middle of the crepe.
Fold over once, and then....
Once more ;)
Now it is time to put on a plate and eat!
My dog is convinced it's for him... Sorry pups. Maybe doggie crepes are in a future guide ;)
- 1.0c All- purpose flour
- 0.0c Water, plus two tbsp extra
- 0.0c Milk
- 3.0 Large eggs
- 2.0Tbsp Unsalted butter, Melted and cooled
- 0.0tsp Salt
- 1.0 Package bacon
- 1.0 Bag of cheese