Wholemeal Flour Crepes

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Wholemeal Flour Crepes

They are soft, tender, with the taste of cinnamon and vanilla - and surely whoever tastes them will ask me "where is the wholemeal flour?"

You should know that they are softer at work, anyway I give details in steps to make you look good, but if you are not a specialist in crepes and you see that 1-2 crepes do not come out to add a little white flour (here you will lose a little fragility, but over time you learn to work them and so on).


700 ml
3 pieces
50 g
3 tbsp
Whole wheat flour
210 g
White flour
70 g
60 ml
Water to be hot / boiled
Vanilla Extract
1 tbsp
Cinnamon powder
0.5 tsp
Sunflower oil
3 tbsp
0.5 tsp

Step by step


Heat the milk a little and pour it into a bowl in which you will make the pancake dough.


Beat eggs with sugar and add to milk - mix well the whole composition.


Add melted butter and oil, mix.


Now add the wholemeal and white flour - sifted - mix well with a whisk or mixer so that they are not lumpy.


Let the dough rest and swell for 15-20 minutes.


Heat the pan and during this time add the salt, cinnamon and vanilla in the pancakes - mix.

And just before you start baking them, add boiling water.


Grease the pan with a little oil, wait for it to be hot and pour a dough polish. Make them over medium heat and let me tell you a tip - take a toothpick and with it peel off the edges of the pan from the pan (when you see them browned), and if you gently stick it in a margin and lift it, see if it is baked, will easily come off the bottom.


Turn the pancake on the other side and leave it for another 5-6 seconds. I turn the pancakes with my fingers - I pull on an edge easily and quickly turn it - but you can also do it with a palette, what are you used to.


You can order the pancakes as you prefer - I chose such a shape of slightly overlapping triangles, I simply folded them into 4.

Serve them warm with whatever you like.

Good appetite!

Quantity: 12 pieces (12-15 pieces depending on the size of the pan)
Prep time: 30 min
Difficulty: intermediate
Ready in: 30 min
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