Thanksgiving Crepes

by Caterina Borg, Good Food Gourmet on December 1, 2013

Thanksgiving leftover crepe, www.goodfoodgourmet.com

This is probably the easiest post I have ever done. Like many other Americans celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ve spent the last few days enjoying leftovers and trying to be creative with new recipes to keep things interesting. I first had a Thanksgiving crepe when I visited the local creperie in downtown Annapolis called Sofi’s and simply loved it, so as we celebrated the last of the leftovers, it was going to be a Thanksgiving crepe kinda day.
Preparing the crepe recipe is easy, and since everything else is already cooked, that’s all you need to make. While you’re at it, make a few extra and have them for dessert. Whip up a batch of savory crepes and just add whatever you have left. Today it was turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce all in a neat little bundle that you can wrap up and enjoy at any time.

Thanksgiving Crepes
1 recipe versatile crepe
Thanksgiving leftovers

Prepare the crepes by following the recipe and the directions at the link above. For this application, I would make larger crepes, either 8″ or 10″ depending on how hungry you are. The crepe batter is thin, like it’s supposed to be, so it won’t be very filling on it’s own. Before adding the Thanksgiving leftovers to the crepes, make sure everything is warm, then add whatever you like, roll them up and enjoy. These are also great on the go, so wrap them up in some foil and take them with you if you are heading out for some shopping.

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