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Jul
17
2011

This weekend, my brother’s and SIL’s came to visit me for a Harry Potter filled weekend of funness! This morning we made crepes filled with strawberries, blueberries, and a delicious cream cheese filling. They were divine!

Recipe, adapted from food.com:

2 eggs
1/4 C milk
2 tablespoons water
4 tablespoons flour

Filling:
4 oz. cream cheese
8 tablespoons cottage cheese
fresh fruit

Beat eggs water and milk with whisk, add flour and mix until smooth. Heat a small pan, and coat with butter. Spoon about 2 tablespoons of batter into pan, and flip when just brown. Add filling and enjoy! So easy, and soooo so delicious! This has become a new favorite of ours, and we’ll definitely be making these again… So, what’s your favorite Sunday morning breakfast??

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  1. Lexi -

    these sound delicious! I just made red velvet brownies with a buttercream icing tonight! so good!

    • Michelle -

      They really were! And I love love love red velvet lately, its so fantastic.

  2. Bina -

    This is our favorite for when there is an occasion – decadent but delicious. Let us know if you ever want us over for brunch -we’ll bring it :)

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/tylers-ultimate/upside-down-apple-french-toast-with-cranberries-and-pecans-recipe/index.html

    • Michelle -

      You can come over ANY time to make those for us… Greg’s favorite breakfast is French Toast!! :) I’d love to have you guys over, though, for real, I wanna see that little man!

  3. JoAnn -

    New Samoas…
    instead of graham crackers, take two large round (4in. round) chocolate chip cookies and arrange chololate piece and marshmallow inbetween. Wrap in foil and heat over open fire (pit!) approx. 4-5 mins. Eat warm with a scoop of vanill ice cream on top…and do it this weekend at out house!!! <3

    • Michelle -

      ooooooh my goodness! Why haven’t we made those yet!?! Let me find out from Greg if he’s up to the drive Sunday I’ll let you know! ;)

  4. JoAnn -

    …I got the ingredients…just in case.

    • Michelle -

      Hold on to them, I think we’re coming for a visit soon! :)

  5. Bethany -

    those look sooo yummy!! I’m pretty sure they should be on the next BFF weekend agenda!

    • Michelle -

      Absolutely, they were divine!


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