Sunday, July 15, 2012

Betty Crocker Crepes

1cup Original Bisquick® mix
3/4cup milk
1/4cup butter or margarine
1teaspoon grated orange peel
1/4cup orange juice
1/3cup sugar
1/4cup orange-flavored liqueur 
Mix eggs, bisquick and milk together in either a bowl, or I prefer a large measuring cup with a spout to pour easily. Heat the  frying pan in between 6 and 7. When it is ready, coat the pan with some butter and pour in about 2 TABLEspoons of mix while doing a circular motion to spread the mix. I keep mine off the heat to prevent it from cooking too fast

Use your spatula to run it around the rim of the crepe and flip. After it's taken off you can either dip it in the orange sugar butter (that you heat until mixed- not boiled) Or you can do like my mom and put butter and powder sugar- it's not healthy but it's good :)
Try to make sure you dont get it too thick in the pan
And then I ripped my second one :)
My two did not like the orange flavor and growing up on a particular taste and feel for crepes, I didn't like it much either. I think that using Bisquick was much better than regular flour the way mom made

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