Jun 9, 2011

Cheesecake Crepes
But to be honest - I made up the name!
As I used a crepe recipe but
I concocted the filling myself. 

Mix together 
3 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup water
3 tblsp. melted butter
1 cup flour
1 tblsp. sugar
1/4 tsp. salt

Brush small fry pan or crepe pan with small about of butter and/or olive oil and heat.  Add just enough batter to cover bottom of pan tilting pan to distribute evenly. Cook, turning once until delicately golden on both sides. Keep warm in oven until ready to fill.

* If you find the batter too thick just add a few more drops of milk to the remaining batter before using.

8 ounces of riccotta cheese
one egg beaten
3 tblsp flour
8 ounces cream cheese

Mix by hand so the cheese doesn't break down too soft, leaving small chunks of cream cheese pieces to melt in your mouth.

Fill crepes, cover with canned pie filling of your choosing. Heat in pre-heated oven @ 350 degrees until heated through.  Approximately 15 - 20 minutes.

Combine a small amount of sour cream added to powdered sugar to make glaze.


Thank you Ali for the invite 
to link  this post with:
Sweet Tooth Friday


~mel said...

Oh my gosh ~ you're killing me with these food pics! I've been making breakfast every morning for the last week for Slim and Eric before they head to the woods ... this just might turn up one of these morns:) I'll tell them they have you to thank.

~mel said...

me again... lol
Soooooooo??? How many thousands upon thousands of crepes do you figure the two of us made when we were cooking at Northwoods? Although we had some fun times back then ... Geeze... I'm glad those days are behind us!!

The White Farmhouse said...

Yum! I am bookmarking this for later! It looks sooooo good! Thanks for posting the recipe!

Danielle Cleveland said...

Sounds delicious and like something I might actually be able to make. You will have to ask Darla and Andy, I am not very domestic in the kitchen! lol!

Dar said...

Maaaan, now ya done it! Dang, those look too sinful.
As for Danielle in the kitchen, she's getting braver by the minute.

jack69 said...

Listen to Mel, fussing about the food pictures, I can't believe tha audacity! hahahahah

They look and sound delicious. You are a genius, and without using chocolate, you done good!!!

Love from down here wishing we were a little cooler. (will be tomorrow!)

Allison @ Alli 'n Son said...

Sounds heavenly!

I'd like to invite you to share this recipe on my weekly link-up, Sweet Tooth Friday. I hope to see you there. http://alli-n-son.com/2011/06/09/key-lime-strawberry-shortcake/

Dee said...

Yum..you yuppers sure can cook. :)

Jill said...

Wow! Those look sooooo very tasty! You newest follower.

Leontien said...

It looks yummy!

Thanks for sharing