My husband thinks that crepes are "Manna From Heaven"...in fact he is sure that they are! He loves them tremendously and would eat them every single morning for breakfast if I would make them for him... but since I don't/won't, he feels EXTRA special when he climbs the stairs to the kitchen and finds that I did make them for him! I thought I would try out a different way of serving them this time. I made Carmel Apple Crepes. They were so good...but seriously, the word "GOOD" just doesn't seem fitting for how yummy they really are...so lets use the word sensational or fabulous or even splendiferous...you get the idea. Try them, you'll like them. Give up your boring breakfast and serve this fun, festive, autumn dish to wake everyone up in the morning.
Carmel Apple Crepes
2 1/4 c. flour
1 1/2 t. salt
3 T. oil
3 3/4 T. sugar
3 c. milk
Mix until smooth, batter will be thin. Put 1/2 c. of patter into a very well greased, hot skillet. Move the pan side to side to spread the crepe batter out. Crepe will bubble and set up, then turn it over and let the other side cook. When its done, place on a plate and let cool slightly.
1-2 cans apple pie filling (1 can fills about 6 crepes)
1/2-1 c. chopped pecans or walnuts (amount depends on if you doubled your pie filling or not)
1 t. cinnamon
1 jar carmel topping
1 8 oz tub whipped topping
Mix pie filling, nuts and cinnamon together and heat over a medium heat.
Spoon a generous amount of apple pie filling mixture down the center of each crepe. Roll or fold up crepe and pour carmel topping over each one (I made each plate up individually). Top with whipped topping. Add a dash of cinnamon to the top of each crepe. THEN...my favorite part...Open wide and dig in! Whew...your taste buds will thank you...and so will your hubby!!