Make French Crepes

How To : Make light and fluffy French crepes

This video gives you a recipe for light fluffy crepes. It also shows you a technique for makeing them. You can add you own ingredients once they hit the table, fruit or sugar and cinnamon are always a good addition.

How To : Make easy and delicious thin French crêpes

Did you know that French crepes are actually a cousin to the American pancake? Yeah, we know, the difference is astounding. Not that we don't like pancakes, but crepes are just so much more delicate and thin, and taste sweet but not overly sweet like many pancakes with their p ...more

How To : Bake a French crepe cake with chocolate filling

Crepes, like guys who go jogging without their shirts on, only exist to make us happy. They're there for us when our sweet tooth urges overpower our diet and when our PMS cravings send us autopiloting toward the nearest bakery and patisserie. And we never thought that crepes, ...more

How To : Serve a traditional French crepe

In "How to Make Crepes", a video by Cayley Waldo, she describes one of the methods used at the Baker's Crust restaurant chain to create elegantly designed crepes. She starts by describing how to create the wrap to be used with the crepe as well as demonstrating the way to fold ...more

How To : Turn a Tortilla into a French Crêpe

Making a good crêpe takes practice and commitment. The batter is rich—most recipes incorporate melted butter, whole milk, and several eggs—and the cooking of the crêpe requires good technique. You have to learn to deposit and swirl just the right amount of batter to get the th ...more

How To : Make a French crêpe - kids can cook!

Watch this cooking video tutorial on how to make a French crêpe - kids can cook! You will get all the necessary information to make this French crepe recipe, including a list of all the ingredients needed, all right in the video. Jr. Chefs of America features original webisod ...more

How To : Cook vegan potato mushroom blintzes

Blintzes are thin pancakes that have their origins in Russia. Like French crepes, they can be eaten with either savory or sweet toppings. Some examples of what you might add to a blintz are honey, sour cream, butter, cottage cheese, and even caviar. Check out this video to le ...more

How To : Cook easy French food recipes

Looking for French food recipes but don't know where to start? Learn how to make French crepes, salads, and desserts, including ingredients and cooking methods and more, in this free video cooking series about French food taught by Marieve Herington. Part 1 of 16 - How to Cook ...more

How To : Make dessert crepes

Dessert crepes, a sweet French tradition, are delicate pancakes that can be enjoyed with many types of fillings after a meal – or even for breakfast. Watch this video to learn how to make dessert crepes. You Will Need * 2 c all-purpose flour * 6 tbsp butter, melted, plus ext ...more

Explore Ancient France : Locronan

By Camilla Cicconetti - Visit LifeStyleWebTV for more travel articles, videos, recipe demos and more. Located near the tip of the Brittany peninsula in northwestern France, Locronan is one of the region’s most spectacular villages. When you set foot on the cobblestone street ...more

Explore Ancient France : Quimper

Visit the charming historical town of Quimper in Northwestern France. Enjoy ancient architecture, cobblestone streets, a stunning cathedral, and world-famous crepes.. Explore Ancient France: Quimper By Camilla Cicconetti Located in Northwestern France, the city of Quimper is ...more

How To : 12 Food Hacks for Perfect French Toast, Every Time

French toast is one of those things that everybody kind of knows how to make, but few people know how to do really well. And while the dish originally does hail from France (its original name, pain perdu, means lost or wasted bread), it has become a beloved American breakfast ...more

How To : 6 Delicious Ways to Use Up Leftover Champagne

Unlike wine, you can't re-cork or stopper leftover bubbly after you've opened it, but all is not lost even if you haven't managed to finish every last drop. You can use your leftover champagne to make light-as-air crêpes or pancakes, to create a detox face mask, to cook seafoo ...more

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