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Gluten-Free Crepes #2

Ingredients:
3 eggs
1 ¼ cup milk (we use rice milk)
¾ cup gluten-free flour mix
1 tablespoon sugar
½ teaspoon salt

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Directions:
Beat eggs until thick, stir in milk, add dry ingredients, mix until smooth.  Cook in a crepe pan or rounded frying pan (may need some oil).  

Eat like pancakes, or add crepe fillings. 

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Maria Elena Martinez
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Excellent upgrade to the website. You have taught me so much since my diagnosis 4 years ago. I rely on the information you send out to stay informed, and inform others!! Many, many blessings,
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anna
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31 Oct 2007 8:41:04 PM PST
Be careful with the rice milk. The manufacturers sometimes use barley in the processing.

 
Paula M. Gutowski
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31 Oct 2007 9:50:30 PM PST
I found gluten free waffles at the store and was in wonderland. Then I see Crepes that is something that I am going to try and I can hardly wait to taste them. Thank you for making another dream come true. Paula

 
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Good recipe




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