27/ 06/ 2014

Someone Deserves A Crepe Cake

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Hello everyone,it’s Boyfriend’s birthday (I know he’s getting old and grumpier each day),and I thought it’s the best time to put my big hands into my sleeping flour,mixing bowl,whisk etc. etc. again (ooh let’s not forget my apron).

Today I’m sharing (because sharing is caring) my crepe cake recipe,it’s my first time to try,i wasn’t so happy with my filling (there’s always a room for improvement right???),but the crepe itself was great.

Here we go:

INGREDIENTS FOR THE CREPE:

This will make 5-6 crepes

1/2 cup cake flour

1 cup milk (we didn’t have milk so I used coconut milk)

1/4 cup white granulated sugar

1 tbsp. matcha green tea

2 eggs

1/8 cup melted butter

INGREDIENTS FOR THE FILLING:

1 package of Hershey’s white chocolate pudding (100.8 g)

1 cup cold water

1 can Nestle’ table cream

(not the best filling please suggest a better one,thanks.)

PREPARATION:

1.Mix dry ingredients together,sift.

2.Add milk,whisk,add eggs whisk again then add butter.

3.The rest is pretty much self-explanatory,follow the photos along,you should come out with a good version,yes you can.

4.For the filling,mix all the filling ing. together.

5.assembly,stack crepes on top of each other rubbing your filling as you stack it up,cut the assembled crepe in half to make it taller,cut them into smaller triangle and serve.

Have fun making your version and good luck.

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Thanx for visiting my blog,xoxo.



One response to “Someone Deserves A Crepe Cake”

  1. elb743 says:

    Happy birthday to hubby!
    I think that crepe cake looks exotic and delish- love the bit of green tea!
    He is a lucky man!
    XX, Elle
    http://mydailycostume.com/

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