Nutella Crepes

I love math, and I’m good at budgeting. I’ve never had to freeze my credit card to avoid spending money. I have, however, had to freeze my Nutella to avoid eating it. I’ve also had to ask my husband to hide it from me. Why do I even bother buying it, you might ask? I don’t! But every Christmas, birthday or random care package my loving mother sends me some! She’s the best…and I’m learning more self control through this painstaking process. I try to be productive with my Nutella and try new recipes (rather than eating it by the spoonful), so today I bring you Nutella Crepes…a European favorite!

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1 cup flour

1 tbs sugar

3 eggs

1 1/3 cup half and half

3 tbs melted butter

1 tsp vanilla

pinch of salt



Blend all ingredients together.

Spray nonstick spray on a skillet (at least 8″). Heat to medium-low.

Pour about 1/3 cup of batter evenly onto heated skillet. Cook for about a minute. Until the edges don’t look liquid anymore.

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Flip and cook until done on both sides (will take less time on the second side).

My recipe will make about 8 crepes. I usually just set them aside under some paper plates to keep them warm while I finish cooking the rest.

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Once they’re all cooked, spread a heaping tablespoon of Nutella on each one.

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When I fold mine, I usually add a little extra like this so the second flap sticks just as well.

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Finish spreading the Nutella on all of them then top them off with a hearty sprinkle of powdered sugar!

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These make for a great dessert, and honestly just a great dinner! That’s how we usually end up eating them. Hope you fellow Nutella-addicts enjoy!

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Lover of all things sweet…my husband, our twins +1, our adorable cocker spaniel, and Reese’s peanut butter cups. But I know none sweeter than the name of Jesus.
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