Sunday Morning Crepes

Family Classics: Sunday Morning Crepes

An absolute family classic: our Sunday morning crepes. Sweet crepes flavored simply with pure vanilla extract. We eat them plain with powdered sugar or sometimes with a thin layer of jam inside. If you want to take them up a notch, I’ve shared our orange syrup recipe as well that makes for the most irresistible sauce to soak the crepes in.

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Cinnamon Caramel Apple Crepes

Cinnamon Caramel Apple Crepes

Apple season has truly been getting the best of me! I’ve been making all things sweet (and savory) with apples, and I can’t wait to start sharing them with you. First up, these Cinnamon Caramel Apple Crepes. Best made over a crisp fall weekend with cozy candles and music on. YES PLEASE.

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Vanilla Crepes with Winter Spiced Cider Syrup

The inspiration for this dish came from a family tradition we have of making wassail, a traditional warm spiced cider punch from England. While hot chocolate is probably the most common winter drink, this cider is a whole new kind of cozy. It’s made with apple cider, three other fruit juices, and lots of cinnamon sticks. As it cooks, the flavors blend and the whole kitchen begins to smell of warm spice.

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