Ya'll... once I figured this recipe out, I have NOT stopped using it.
Not only does it fit my macros (high protein and low carb), but it is also SUPER easy. I have a huge sweet tooth & this recipe allows me to hit that sweet tooth, but with little to no actual sugar involved, it's a win-win!
So here is what you need for the crepes themselves...
1 scoop (28.4g) of protein (I use SLAP Molten Chocolate Truffle because it's delicious & 0gC/0gF/24gP)
1 whole egg
1 egg white
1/8 tsp of baking powder
splash of water
Add ins: vanilla extract, cinnamon, &/or apple-pie spice
Heat a small-flat pan to medium heat and lightly coat with a non-stick spray (or coconut oil, but I use the spray to ignore the extra fat). While the pan is heating up, mix all ingredients in a small bowl or a blender bottle (yes this works!) in order to get all of the SLAP protein evenly distributed in the mixture.
Once the crepe batter is ready to go, place a thin later of the batter into the pan (like you would a pancake) and carefully spread the batter across the entirety of the pan. Let the batter begin to bubble, and when the sides start to fold up, use a spatula to carefully flip the crepe over (or if you're super skilled, flip it with the pan!). Let the other side of the crepe heat up for ~30 seconds and then BAM your crepe is ready to go! Repeat these steps with the rest of the batter, which should get you 3-4 crepes.
Once your crepes are all finished & looking beautiful, it's time for the filling. YUM! The filling part is simple, mix your ingredients together, place them at one end of the crepe, roll the crepe up & enjoy!
I've tried several different fillings: a) to play around with ingredients & b) I try to adjust the filling to fit my macros for the day. It's so easy to get creative & work with whatever is in your fridge & make it work!
-Raspberries & whipped Greek cream cheese (heat the berries in the warm pan & then mix them with the cream cheese... OMG amazing)
-Almond butter & Non-fat whipped cream (simply mix the two together & fill those crepes up!)
-Peanut butter (Crazy Richard's is one of my favorites!), plain Greek yogurt, and vanilla extra. (Mix all of the ingredients together & save some PB to throw across the top of your finished crepes)
Like I said before, these bad boys are quick, easy, and require minimal effort and are great for someone who is just getting into cooking or for someone who is always on the go!
Try the recipe out and let me know what you think!
Get your SLAP Protein here: www.weslap.com/
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