The Perfect Keto Crepes (Low-Carb)

CREPES ARE THE PERFECT TREAT ANY TIME OF DAY   I know that making French crepes sounds overwhelming for some people but trust me when I say these are just as easy to prepare as you would make fluffy keto pancakes. This week we decided to make keto crepes for everyone to enjoy at home but without the gluten and sugar. Breakfast is typically something easy in our family which also includes pancakes, french toast or waffles. These beauties are my version of low-carb, keto crepes British-style however the only British in this recipe is the guy that makes them. I’m no stranger to making crepes though. Growing up in the UK we ate more crepes than we did pancakes so I’m familiar with this French cuisine thanks to my mum. Crepes with lemon filling sprinkled with confectioners sugar were one of my favourites in my teens. What is a crepe? A crêpe or crepe is a type of very thin pastry. Crêpes are usually of two types: sweet crêpes and savoury galettes.- Wikipedia Our aim is to keep any keto recipes that we create simple and without extra hassle because nobody loves to be in the kitchen all day. […]

grocery game monthly challenge

The Grocery Game Challenge Feb 11-17 Stock-up When You Can! Pancake Day!

Photo Image: Grant Cochrane/Freedigitalphotos.net This is the second shop in the February Grocery Game Challenge and today is also Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday. I know it’s going to be hard to squeeze down those luscious pancakes dripping with hot maple syrup and butter, but someone has to do it, right? In the UK we call this day Pancake Day and everyone knows what it is. What we call pancakes, at least what I am used to are very thin and not fluffy like the North American pancake yet comparable to what would be a crêpe. Apparently like any baking there is a science behind making the perfect pancake according to some profs at the University of Wolverhampton in the UK. The article has a breakdown of the math behind the perfect pancake which ideally has no lumps, actual and ideal batter consistency, easy to flip, the actual and perfect pan temperature is 377, let the batter stand 30 minutes and finally don’t let the pancake sit after you make it. That is true because there is nothing worse than cold, soggy pancakes. When we make them at home we like them fluffy, little bit of crunch and golden brown, with hot maple syrup and butter […]

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