These marbled crepes are the coolest thing we’ve seen all month.
Make Halloween breakfast a thing this year! Since the holiday lands on a Sunday, you can spook up your breakfast table with tasty themed treats. But we’re not talking mummy Twinkies or witches fingers. We are classing up the act with some black marbled crepes.
Amy Richardson shares how to make them. She went through some trial and error getting the perfect marbling. The trick is to have your black batter and regular batter in two different pitchers. Then, pour them both on the pan and swirl them together. Amy shares what she likes to fill them with, including a white chocolate whipped cream.
Black Marble Crepes
- 4 eggs, beaten
- 3 cups milk
- 2 cups flour
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil
- 1/2 tsp fine salt
- 1 tsp black food coloring
With a whisk or electric blender, mix together eggs, milk, flour, oil & salt.
Pour half of the mixture into a spouted measuring cup or small pitcher. Add food coloring to remaining batter and blend until smooth. Pour into a separate spouted measuring cup or small pitcher.
Cook according to manufacturers instructions. Browning one side only. Or heat small nonstick skillet.
For marble technique go to Amy’s website.
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Electric Crepe Maker, Cucinapro $38-$45. Available on Amazon, Target, Bed, Bath and Beyond, and Orson Gygi.
Recipes by Amy Richardson.