French Snacks Recipes (Most Popular)
These delicate crepes are almost too pretty to eatóbut they're a snap to make! They also deliver a whopping 31 grams of protein per serving.
A delicious, nutritious snack - hot or cold! Leave the skins on the apples in this recipe for added colour, fibre and vitamins. Adapted from the University of Nebraska website.
Makes 8 1/2 cup servings.
Low-carb, fluffy little pancakes
This leaves you full for hours with very few calories. The egg white custard provides high protein, w/ no fat.
These make a great evening snack, but could also be breakfast
If you are in a hurry, and you desire a cinnamon roll, here is a quick replacement! (130 kcal/each).
Adapted from http://creampuffsinvenice.ca/2011/02/05/nu
Very simple and relatively healthy cookie recipe. Feel free to add lemon zest or any kind of nuts or dried fruits you have handy. Give it a try and let me know how it turns out :)
These make great savory or dessert crepes. Delicious!
Stuffed Crepes with Cream cheese and jam
A French classic breakfast or snack!
This is my version of Pierre Herme's macaron cookie, adapted from a method I found here on Serious Eats: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2007/10
/how-to-make-macarons-recipe.html. They turned out (mostly) wonderfully, and it was easier than I thought! Even more tips are available here: http://kitchenmusings.typepad.com/my_weblo
g/2007/10/the-macaron-chr.html. This recipe makes 24 individual cookies, or 12 sandwiches.
Depending on pan
12 - 6 inch crepes = 55 calories
6 - 12 inch crepes = 109 calories
healthy french toast
This is a delicious filling breakfast, and tastes exactly like french toast in a restaurant.
By far the best crepe recipe! Can be used with any filling!
This is Julia Child's basic crepe recipe except with a few switches to improve the nutrition a little.
Whole wheat, healthy and tasty french toast!
French bread by Peter Reinhart recipe.
A super treat for weight conscious gourmets.
Healthy, diabetic friendly and delicious!
My grandmother made this every year for the holidays - hope I remembered it right!
good as a snack, with maybe marmalade ,nut butters etc.
I brew finely ground coffee (dark roast) in a stove top espresso maker. I recommend starbucks espresso roast ground for espresso machines.
Sweeten weekend brunch with feather-light crÍpes that taste like they're straight out of a French cafť. Fill with ripe fruit and a decadent chocolate hazelnut spread for a morning meal.
REMEMBER TO GIVE TIME FOR CREPES IN THE FRIDGE
Love Nutella? Hate the sugar? You would like this low carb alternative made with banana and splenda.