Vegan Crepes with chocolate sauce. get the super easy recipe to DIY!
Crepes love! Born in France as a traditional symbol of friendship and alliance offered from farmers to their landlords. Traditionally, it was used to make a wish when flipping the crepe into the pan when cooking. My wish today is that this lockdown will be over soon and we’ll all get back to normal as soon as possible! How are you all people doing during this quarantine? I’ve decided to share with you this recipe that I developed on a rainy days after seeing some on a traditional recipe website. No eggs, no sugar, only healthy ingredients and really easy to make! Let’s see how together!
WHAT YOU NEED
For the batter:
- 1 cup flour
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 2 + cups almond milk
- 3 Tbsp coconut oil
- 2 Tbsp + maple syrup
- 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
For the chocolate cream:
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate chunks
- 2 Tbsp maple syrup
- 4+ Tbsp hot water
- pistachio chunks to decorate
WHAT TO DO
Mix all the batter ingredients till you get a creamy compound. If too thick add more almond milk (or any plant based milk of your choice). It shouldn’t be too watery but easily spreadable. Heat up a non-stick pan and pour in the batter. Spread to make it quite thin and when it starts to get pretty dry on top then flip it and cook for another few seconds on the other side. Then, in a microwave melt the chocolate chunks and then add maple together with hot water mixing well till you get the consistency you want the cream to be.
You can store the crepes into the fridge inside an airtight container so they won’t get soggy and just heat them up again in a pan for few seconds when needed.
I suggest to have your crepes together with fresh fruits topped with pistachio nuts or any other nut of your choice, maybe on a Sunday morning which would be the cherry on top to start your day in the best way possible! Hope you’ll enjoy them and let us know what was the outcome by tagging our instagram page @kaataa_get_closer! Have a great day and see you next week guys!
Since I was young I approached to a plant-based diet for healty reasons, realizing soon that what we eat can really make a difference. Being aware of this, I started a personal research by attending nutrition courses, and being passionated about the art of cooking, i decided to move to London to work in the best raw vegan restaurants of the city. After a few years, I came back to Italy to raise awareness there by spreading healthy eating and lifestyle knowledge, organising and taking part in events and meetings.