if you read my recent blog post about buckwheat crepes recipe, you will definitely love these ones even more.
In fact, the recipes are almost the same, except the toppings, which are not only the fruit and honey.
I find these crepes the best thing in the world when I am craving something sweet, but still want to eat healthy. As a matter of fact I don't even remember eating 'the white flour and milk' ones for ages.
I discovered this stevia line hazelnut spread which is way better than nutella, and guess what, it's healthy!
You can always use dark chocolate as well. I use it quite often, and mix it with coconut cream to get better taste.
The only negative side of making crepes is lack of time. It makes me avoid this recipe, but whenever I have one or two hours to spare, I choose crepes.
The dishwashing and cleaning of the mess afterwards is negative side as well, but hey, if you enjoy cooking and baking, it's worth it! Plus you know what you put in your belly. It's healthy and nutritious.
I'd rather spend a couple of hours preparing the meal at home, than treating my body like a trash can and filling it with fast food.
For this recipe you will need:
- 1 egg
- 500 ml of coconut milk
- 300 g of buckwheat flour
- coconut oil
- hazelnut spread (stevialine)
- some fruit (I used raspberries)
When it comes to toppings, as I have mentioned you can use dark chocolate, and lots of berries. Any fruit you fancy really! If you want to make it extra sweet (but healthy) you can use honey, agave syrup or maple syrup.
But let's be honest, whatever you choose, it's going to taste delicious!
Let me know if you have tried this recipe!
Hugs and kisses,