Sunday, August 7, 2011

CLICKtastic Crepes

My crepes are great but add CLICK Espresso Protein and they are CLICKtastic. Had fun experimenting this morning for breakfast. Had even more fun eating the results.

Shelly's CLICKtastic Crepes

2 Eggs, beaten
1/2 cup Soy Milk (I use Silk Vanilla)
1/4 cup minus 1 Tablespoon Water
1 Tablespoon Sugar Free Torani Syrup (I used SF Vanilla)
2 Tablespoons Canola Oil
1/2 cup Spelt Flour
1/4 cup CLICK Espresso Protein (any flavor)
1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda
dash of Salt

Blend all ingredients on low till thoroughly combined. Pour into a bowl, cover and refrigerate for a half-hour.

Spray a non-stick 8 to 10 inch crepe pan with Pam. Pour 1/4 cup of the batter into the pan and twirl it around to spread the batter in a thin circle.

Cook till top appears dry and flip. Cook a minute or so on other side. Repeat till all batter is used. While you are making them you can keep them warm in a low oven 200 degrees or nuke for 20 seconds before serving. Makes 8-10 crepes depending on size of pan. They are great with Sugar Free Maple Syrup, Shelly's Vanilla Latte Ricotta Cream or one of these filling ideas.

Yes, you can use a fry pan but crepe pans with their shallow sides make the process so much easier. I also made little crepettes (basically silver dollar sized pancakes but thinner) when I got sick of making big ones...

More CLICKtastic Eggface recipes:

Shelly's CLICK'n Granola
Shelly's Coconut CLICKacchino
Shelly's CLICKcakes Espresso Protein Pancakes
Shelly's Espresso Protein Souffle
Shelly's Tiramisu Protein Shake
Shelly's Banana Protein Mochacchino
Shelly's Cinnamon Bun CLICK Latte
Shelly's Espresso 5 Minute Cakes
Shelly's Espresso Protein Truffles
Shelly's Espresso Protein Fudge
Shelly's Coffee Toffee Crunch Protein Ice Cream
Shelly's Vanilla Latte Ricotta Cream-filled Crepes
Shelly's Strawberry Cannoli
Shelly's Peppermint Espresso Protein Truffles
Shelly's CLICK Fondue
Shelly's Caramel Almond CLICKacchino

If you love coffee, you must start CLICK'n.

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Bren said...

Would these be ok using Whole Wheat flour? What makes spelt flour different/better?

DebMcFr said...

So glad to see the crepe recipe! I am still on a soft diet and 9 weeks post op so when I have time in the morning, my Breakfast (and BFD -Breakfast for Dinner!) choice is ALWAYS the ricotta crepe. I stuff them with Fage yogurt and to sweeten it I use the Torani sf syrup....either vanilla or Black Cherry and then also add 1 Tbs of Trader Joes Organic Superfruit Spread and mix well.

Thanks so much for giving me another crepe flavor choice!

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Hope you guys enjoy them!

Bren, Yes WW would work. I prefer the taste and protein content of Spelt :)

Samantha said...

My boyfriend loves crepes and click now I know what to make him for his Birthday breakfast this week :) Thanks!!!

Now I just need to figure out where to buy Click in bulk since we go through so much of it! LOL

Ellen said...


Being overseas I don't have easy access to spelt flour. Is there something more common you would recommend substituting instead?


Michelle "Shelly" said...

Whole wheat can be subbed. I prefer Spelt's protein content & taste.

good goods & co said...

Please. When will you just publish a cook book?????

Angie said...

Shelly - gotta tell you that your site is such a boost to wls folks. I'm just under 1 1/2 years out from surgery and I've been exploring your site since before surgery. My guy bought me the cuisinart ice cream maker for my bday last week and I just tried the apple pie protein icecream. It was great! Ice cream was one of my biggest weaknesses prior to surgery and to have it without the guilt, was wonderful. Thank you for all you do for us!

Lisa said...

I've been salivating over your Click recipes, but I just found out from my dietitian that I can't have Click!

Epic sadness. However, there is a Canadian whey protein called Whey Gourmet that looks super delicious and I'm allowed to have that.

speckledmorton said...

Love crepes. Can't wait to try. Do you have a page that just has all of your recipes listed out? I want you to know right now not having made any of it yet - you are my hero!!!!

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Not really that would be a reeeeeaaaalllly long page LOL but head over to my pinterest page that might help