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chocolate breakfast taco crepes

Desciption

a very light taco or crepe good for breakfast or for dessert. cooking time includes two hours for the batter to 'stand.'

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Steps

  1. Mix all dry ingredients together in a mixing bowl
  2. Add all liquid ingredients and stir until batter is smooth & creamy
  3. Let batter rest in the refrigerator until the air is settled
  4. About 2 hours
  5. When ready to prepare crepes
  6. Heat crepe pan over medium heat & pour a small amount of the batter into the hot pan
  7. Rotate the pan until the batter is cooked through & then turn to cook the other side
  8. When done remove from pan & let cook on a rack
  9. Store until ready to serve
  10. May be made 1-2 days in advance
  11. Fill with seasonal fresh fruit
  12. Sorbet & garnish with flowers from the garden

Step 9

Total Time in Minute 150

Ingredients Count 7

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Ingredients

Flour

Sugar

Unsweetened cocoa powder

Egg

Egg white

Vegetable oil

Skim milk

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