Last Saturday we were at home for breakfast, and the older 2 kids were gone. Joe requested crepes, which sounded fine to me once I realized I wouldn't be standing over the pan all morning since 2 out of the 6 of us were missing. I love crepes (which Monkey calls "craps") and they are simple to mix up and really don't take long to cook, but with only one small pan they can only be made one at a time.
Quick and Easy Crepes
3 cups milk
2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 Tablespoons oil or melted butter
Put all ingredients into a blender pitcher and blend for 30 seconds, scrape sides, and blend again. This will make a nice smooth batter.
Heat and lightly grease (or spray) a 6-inch skillet on medium heat. Pour in 1/4 cup of batter and lift and tilt the skillet to spread the batter. Brown only on one side. Crepe will usually slide right out of the pan when done. Repeat with all remaining batter, re-greasing the pan as needed. Will make 20-24 crepes.
Serve with whipped cream and strawberries, or even with plain maple syrup, or apple pie filling, or almost anything you please.
Creamy White Chili made with the turkey meat from last week's menu
Homemade bread in the bread machine
Leftover Creamy White Chili and Cornbread, or clean out the fridge night!
Pork chops baked with apples, red potatoes and sweet potatoes
Thursday: This is a night filled with basketball, meetings and singing practice. I'm leaving it open to sandwiches or picking up something on the go.
Saturday:Mario's birthday dinner, and he's requested homemade pizza.
Leftover Soup in the crockpot
Linking to: Menu Plan Monday @ orgjunkie.com