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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 1
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 394.1
  • Total Fat: 9.4 g
  • Cholesterol: 186.0 mg
  • Sodium: 118.6 mg
  • Total Carbs: 68.5 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 11.0 g
  • Protein: 16.1 g

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Easy Fruit Crepes

Submitted by: BLOGILATES
Easy Fruit Crepes

Introduction

This delicious breakfast (or dessert) comes together in minutes but looks as good as it tastes! This delicious breakfast (or dessert) comes together in minutes but looks as good as it tastes!
Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients

    1/3 cup oats
    1 egg
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1 banana
    1/4 cup almond milk (or other non-dairy milk)
    1 packet stevia (optional)
    4 strawberries
    Vegetable oil spray

Tips

If you don't like bananas, you can substitute another soft fruit like a mango. When you pour the batter into the frying pan, make sure you coat the pan in a thin, even layer. Watch recipe creator Cassey Ho demonstrate how quick and easy it is to make this recipe!

Be sure to subscribe to Cassey's YouTube channel for weekly additions to the "Cheap Clean Eats" series, as well as fun workouts!


Directions

1. Grind the oats in a blender or Magic Bullet
2. Add half the banana, the egg and the almond milk; puree until smooth
3. Pour 1/3 of the mixture into a non-stick frying pan coated in vegetable oil spray and heated on low/medium
4. After bubbles begin to form on the crepe, flip it and cook the other side
5. Fill cooked crepes with sliced strawberries and bananas
6. Optional: top with Greek yogurt and honey


Serving Size: 3 crepes






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  • Incredible!
    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    This recipe was amazing!! Even my picky 6 year old ate every single bite. We used Low fat Vanilla yogurt instead of greek though. No greek yogurt lovers in this house. Judy1260, if you watch the video she says low fat dairy milk is fine to use. - 9/21/13

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    Made this this morning. The only thing I changed was using 2% milk instead of almond milk (husband doesn't like it) and it turned out great! Will make again. - 9/21/13

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    YUm! She is so fun to watch too. However I did notice that the recipe calls for regular(rolled oats) while the calorie breakdown says steel cut oats. Steel cut is more like a groat; chunky like and not the flat stuff like Quaker Oats. Which accounts for the calorie difference. A little oat lore. lol - 5/30/14

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  • I love this recipe! And moreover, so does my husband, and that's a big deal because he doesn't like "diet food" much. The first time I had major problems with my nonstick ceramic pan. I don't think it is the right pan for this use. I had better luck with my regular electric skillet. - 7/14/14

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  • Will try using a different oats the next time. Used 1 minute oats and it didn't make a flour like consistancy in the blender. Also didn't blend long enough for the banana to completely break down. Other wise it was delicious. Will also have to make them for my grandson. Sure he will like them. - 7/10/14

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  • These are great and even my gluten intolerant self can eat them (using certified GF oats). They actually taste like oatmeal in crepe form. Love them! - 5/20/14

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  • @DEBBIE985 - The video may have used different substitutions, and brands. The calories on here are accounted for, just check the calorie break down by ingredient. - 5/20/14

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  • I made these this morning. Super easy to prepare and they were absolutely delicious. I topped them with lemon Greek yogurt. The Video puts these crepes at 250 calories but recipe shows 394. Which is correct? Does anyone know if crepes be prepared and frozen (unfilled)? - 9/21/13

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  • 0 of 3 people found this review helpful
    I'm curious why this calls for non-dairy milk. Can regular low fat milk be used? - 9/21/13

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