The summer before I went to high school, I went as an exchange student to Paris, France. I absolutely loved being over there and experiencing the different atmosphere. One of my fondest memories was when me and another American exchange student went out shopping. On the way back, we decided we wanted a Nutella crepe, but we needed to be back to the flat soon. So after some confusion on how to say we'd like to place our order "to go", we finally walked out of the cafe with a crepe in hand. And ruined our dinner that night, but it was totally worth it.
Here is the recipe that my exchange family gave me, and I think it taste amazing. You can add nutella or any other dessert toppings you would like. They are also amazing for breakfast! I think this is also the perfect dessert for Valentine's Day!
3 large eggs
3 tbsp unsalted butter (melted)
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
3 tbsp sugar
few dashes of cinnamon
Pam (for the pan)
1. Combine all ingredients in large bowl and whisk together. You'll want to let it sit for a few minutes to let some of the bubbles rise out.
2. Put your pan on the stove on medium heat and let it get warm. Spray Pam in the pan before making each crepe. You want to be able to flip them easily.
3. Spoon a small about of batter into the pan and start moving the pan around to get the batter in an even thin coat along the whole bottom of the pan.
4. Watch for your crepe to start turning golden brown, flip it at this point. I had to keep watching mine and knew they were ready to flip when I could get my spatula under the edge.
5. Let the other side of the crepe sit on the pan for about a minute then place on a plate.
6. Let your crepes cool for a few minutes, you don't want the nutella to melt and become a gooey mess. Once cool, spread the nutella and strawberries on the inside of the crepe. Fold the crepe up like a burrito and place some nutella and strawberries on outside if desired.