Saturday, June 30, 2012

Honey-Cinnamon Crepes with Honey Yogurt n Berries

I barely have breakfast on the weekdays, except for 2+ cups of coffee and then when 11 a.m. comes, I found myself starving for food!   I know that a lot of us are juggling every morning this way since we have to get on the road trying not to be late at work and choose not to get up of bed early…bad idea!   

Waking up this Saturday morning, I wanted to treat myself (and a hubby, of course!) something light and healthy for breakfast that takes little time to prepare so I could sit down and enjoy a nice morning breeze of Summer.  So, I made crepes.

Making French crepes for breakfast is very easy. Just whip up a batter follow a simple recipe or change it into something healthier in your own version and slightly add whatever flavor you like such as honey, OJ or lemon juice, vanilla, rum, or spices and you are ready to go. As for the fillings, you decide!

Even though, I have learned, that French people do not really have crepes for breakfast and I am Thai, but that doesn't mean I can’t have crapes for breakfast, right? C’mon it’s Saturday and I just wanted to enjoy my weekend!

What you need:  for 2

1/2 cup all pp flour
3/4 cup milk
1 egg white beaten
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp melted unsalted butter
1 tsp ground cinnamon
A few drops vanilla extract
Cooking spray for cooking
Powdered sugar
Blueberry, raspberry, or any of your favorite fruit

The filling:
1 cup non-fat Greek yogurt  or plain yogurt
1 tablespoon honey
- Mix them together and set it aside

The Crepes:

- Whisk all the ingredients together until very well blended
- On medium-high heat, spray a pan with a cooking spray and pour over the batter into the pan for about 2-3 tablespoon depends on how big you want for the crepe size and swirl the pan around to make the crepe and cook it on both sides until it turns lightly brown
- Serve immediately with yogurt honey and berries with slightly dusting of powdered sugar



  1. Hi Sissy.

    I love this recipe! How have you been? The blog is awesome, and such an abundant resource of excellent recipes. You just don't stop, and it's inspiring. The food you make is just gorgeous and totally appetizing. I'm hungry for your desserts every time I see a new pastry recipe on my blog roll, and it's amazing that you can cook as well as you bake. Great stuff. Thanks. Take care.

    1. Hi Frank,
      Thank you so much for stopping by. I'm doing great, how about you in Vegas? and thank you very much for your kind words. Can you tell that I obsessed with food?! ^__^

      Take care.


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