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Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Crepe #Recipe

| October 22, 2013 | 47 Comments

For Mother’s Day, my father gave me a crepe pan and a very special spatula that comes in handy for flipping crepes. Of course, with his gift came his famous crepe recipe. When I was a child, I can’t say my dad was much of a cook, but, now that he is retired, he seems to enjoy showing off his expertise in the kitchen. I do remember him making me for breakfast a peanut butter toast spread with butter (how much more fat can you add to a toast!), but was it ever moist and good! Or a toast with butter, sliced bananas sprinkled with white or brown sugar, and sometimes cinnamon. So yummy!

Crepe Pan and spatula

At our house, we usually have toast, eggs, cereal, oatmeal, pancake, or waffle for breakfast, so crepes was a welcome addition to our menu. Now every weekend, my teenage kids want me to prepare them, so we enjoy trying different topping combinations such as strawberries with icing sugar and maple syrup or whipped cream with blueberries.

Gay Lea Cinnamom and Brown Sugar Spreadables- mix

As you may already know, I have been chosen by Mom Central Canada to be an Ambassador for Gay Lea. Gay Lea created a new product that will amaze your taste buds: a Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadable Butter! You can now make cinnamon and brown sugar toast in the morning thanks to this conveniently packaged butter spread. Why not substitute regular butter with this awesome product for making cookies, bars, and cakes? I added the Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadable Butter on the crepes for added flavour , rolled, and topped with icing sugar and maple syrup. I totally loved it! It was mouth watering goodness! If you would like to make the crepe yourself, the recipe is below.

Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Crepe Recipe #GayLeaFoods

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 5 crepes

Serving Size: 2-3

Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Crepe Recipe #GayLeaFoods

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 tbs of sugar
  • 1/4 tsp of salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cup of milk
  • 2 tsp of vanilla extract
  • PAM or 1 tsp of butter or oil
  • Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadable Butter by Gay Lea
  • Optional: maple syrup, icing sugar, fruits, whipped cream, and/or ice cream

Instructions

  1. Mix the first seven ingredients in a bowl with a whisk, cover, and keep refrigerated at least one hour or overnight.
  2. When ready to cook, mix well with a whisk, and drop a ladle full of mixture in the hot cooking pan or crepe pan. Heat cooking pan or crepe pan with PAM or 1 tsp of butter or oil.
  3. Wait 1-2 minutes then flip the crepe, wait 30 seconds to a minute, and flip in a plate.
  4. Spread the Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadable Butter by Gay Lea on the crepe.
  5. Roll the crepe.
  6. Optional: top with icing sugar, maple syrup, fruits, whipped cream, and/or ice cream!
http://ottawamommyclub.ca/cinnamon-brown-sugar-crepe-recipe-giveaway-1028-gayleafoods/

How many other creative ways do you think you would incorporate this new product into your recipes?

“Disclosure: I am part of the Gay Lea Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

 

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About the Author ()

Lyne is happily married and has two teenagers: a 16 year old son and a 20 year old daughter. She is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. It has always been her dream to create a website dedicated just for Moms since her children were young. Thus, after 10 years, she finally accomplished it, and the Ottawa Mommy Club was born in May 2011. She is also the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa. She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the Mayor's City Builder Award. Author's website.

Comments (47)

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  1. Jonnie says:

    It would be great to incorporate this into french toast or raisin bread.

  2. Heidi C. says:

    I would love to put this with French toast or apple pie!

  3. lisa bolduc says:

    I would make some cinnamon buns

  4. Karine says:

    I would like to use it for french toast or pancakes, this recipe looks really good 🙂

  5. Joy says:

    Lots! Toast, waffles, pancakes, cinnamon buns, biscuits…

  6. Brenda Penton says:

    I’d use it for coating my dough balls for making monkey bread

  7. Tina L. says:

    Use it to make Cinnamon buns or muffins

  8. Tammy Dalley says:

    I would add it to waffles and pancakes!

  9. angela m says:

    I would incorporate it in french toast , pancakes cinnamon rolls
    thanks

  10. Amanda Neilson says:

    I’d try this in cookies instead of margerine….I think it would work amazing in Snicker Doodles!

  11. Brenda Penton says:

    I’d spread it on my dough before rolling up cinnamon rolls

  12. Glogirl says:

    I would use this butter in waffles.

  13. caryn s says:

    I think this butter would be wonderful on french toast and cinnamon buns!

  14. Karla Sceviour says:

    I would use it on pancakes and waffles,I`m not very creative..lol..but it sounds yummy!

  15. Belinda McNabb says:

    adding this into an apple crumble topping would taste fantastic

  16. SueSueper says:

    I would love New Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadable Butter on my pancakes!

  17. Victoria Ess says:

    They would be perfect for spreading on banana bread, french toast, waffles, etc!

  18. Beth Gallinger says:

    This would be delicious on top of or baked into crescent rolls!

  19. Brenda Lacourciere says:

    I think I could use this for many things. Toast, ice cream, frosting,

  20. Lori Jackson says:

    French toast, bagels, apple pie

  21. Pamalot says:

    I could incorporate this into many baking and breakfast items, even peanut butter sandwiches.

  22. Andrea Williams says:

    I think it would be delicious on French Toast and waffles also.

  23. Fan R says:

    Would be great for my cakes, cookies and cupcakes.

  24. elaing8 says:

    For french toast,pancakes and make icing for cakes and muffins

  25. Emily L says:

    You could use it as a spread for muffins or toast. Or you could use it in place of regular butter when baking Snickerdoodles – double the cinnamon!

  26. Donna says:

    It would be delicious to make Apple Crumble Pie. Hm…yum yum.

  27. Tammy Dalley says:

    I would use it on toast with jam!

  28. Jim says:

    How many creative ways? I would incorporate the spread into one other recipe.

  29. Jasen H says:

    I’d like to incorporate it into a cookie recipe Cinnamon Brown Sugar Chocolate Chip Cookies could be interesting!

  30. Carol M says:

    French Toast

  31. missbobloblaw says:

    I think you could use this tasty stuff with most breakfast foods esp. stuffed French toast!

  32. nicolthepickle says:

    I think it would be really, really good on baked apples, or in a donut.

  33. Holly Messana says:

    i think it would be great to add my baking, cookies would be neat

  34. Tammy Dalley says:

    I would make sticky buns!

  35. Andrew P says:

    For waffles,french toast and pancakes

  36. Dreena says:

    On pancakes, toast, buns.
    Yummy.
    Thanks.

  37. Tanis says:

    French toast, pancakes, cinnamon buns are some of the things I would make, but would definitely try other recipes!

  38. Anna W says:

    I would melt it and dip my french toast in it 🙂

  39. Jamie says:

    french toast

  40. Angela Mitchell says:

    I’d make French toast with it, put it on top of pancakes, and use it on regular toast.

  41. Darwin says:

    I would use it to butter the pan to make cinnamon french toast.

  42. Laurie Sexton says:

    I can barely boil water, but I would start with putting it on toast. I would think you would be able to use it on just about everything and anything.

  43. Sarah Stickney says:

    it would be nice on a bagel

  44. Tammy Dalley says:

    I would spread it on my french toast

  45. lisa bolduc says:

    French toast, toast, cinnamon rolls, banana bread

  46. Jo-Anne Pfoh says:

    I have got to try this I have never made crepes before

  47. kathy downey says:

    I would add it to waffles

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