Bisquick crepes are a delicious and easy alternative to mixing
your crepes from scratch. You're certain to have the primary ingredients
close at hand. Try them for a quick breakfast or dinner recipe.
I was a little reluctant at first to give this recipe a try but I was pleasantly surprised by the results.
While the batter is a little thicker than our basic crepe recipe, it produces a crepe with a light and airy texture, slightly puffier than other recipes, due to the baking powder in the mix.
Nonetheless, as you can see from the picture, the finished crepe folds easily around any filling, savory or sweet, like raspberry preserves, for example. Give Bisquick crepes a try and compare the difference for yourself.
Combine all ingredients into a blender and mix until well-blended. You may also combine them by hand. If combining by hand, mix the eggs and milk separately and combine slowly with the dry ingredients.
Melt the butter in saucepan or microwave. Mix in the melted butter last.
Important: Refrigerate the batter for at least 30 minutes. This gives the batter the opportunity to rest and fully come together.
How To Make Crepes in 6 Easy Steps. Now that you've made your batter, we highly recommend that you read this detailed list of instructions—from flipping the crepe to storing them until ready to use.
Yield: 10 8-inch or 12 6-inch crepes
Side Note: The great thing about this recipe is, that you can adapt it to your nutritional needs. You can buy the Bisquick baking mix gluten-free, low carb (Carbquik Baking Mix) or even kosher.
And it's the quickest batter you can do. Add a bit of milk and eggs to the mix and you're done. It's a great emergency recipe when you don't have anything in the house.
Looking for a crepe pan? Read our Recommendation for the Best Crepe Pan.