Sunday, August 29, 2010

Peach Crepes

On a trip to Fredericksburg, Texas last year I went to the Peachtree Tea Room. For dessert they have peach crepes that are filled with a cream cheese mixture topped with delicious Fredericksburg peaches. My friend brought peaches from there recently and we froze them. Crepes are not all that hard to make, but they take a light touch. I think mine turned out more like burritos! They were good, but next time I will go easier on the crepe batter I think.



2 eggs
2 tablespoons butter, melted
1 1/3 cups milk
1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar

Blend eggs, butter, milk, flour, salt and sugar together in order given. Blend or mix on high speed until well incorporated. The batter may be refrigerated at this time or used immediately.
For each crepe, put 2 to 3 tablespoons batter into a medium warm, slightly greased 6-inch to 7-inch skillet. Tilt to spread batter evenly to make a thin crepe. When the crepe is light brown, turn and cook on second side.

Cream filling:

8 ounces cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup powdered sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup sour cream

Blend together until smooth. Refrigerate until time to fill crepes.

Sugared Peaches:

Slice fresh peaches
Add sugar to taste
Macerate to make a sauce

This is easily done if your peaches are frozen as when they defrost they are soft and have quite a bit of liquid on them.

Fill crepes will cream filling. Pour sauce over top.


bellini valli said...

So delicious Anj. If I hadn't just had breakfast I would be heading to the kitchen.

Abby said...

Crepes ARE hard! My high-school French teacher had a crepe-maker that he'd let us use in class. They tear like paper. I'm impressed!

Katy ~ said...

Crepes ARE tricky; I usually have to toss out the first couple til I get the hang of them and then they seem to come in all kinds of thicknesses, LOL. I love peach anything, so would def have to have these...hmmmmm...I have a little peach brandy....

Marilyn said...

I just finished putting a bunch of fresh peaches - sliced and sugared in the freezer. I still have more. This sounds divine - unless you want to make a Dutch baby for breakfast and have it with fresh sliced peaches....